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Gresham Smith Joins Team to Rehabilitate Interceptor Sewer for Guam Waterworks Authority
January 22, 2019
Gresham Smith announces that it will serve on a team to rehabilitate 45,000 linear feet – over eight miles – of 18- to 42-inch diameter sewer line as part of the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) Refurbishment Project in the Northern District. The existing sewer infrastructure, referred to as the Route 3 interceptor sewer, was constructed...
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Gresham Smith Selected for Wastewater Equalization Facility in Clarksville
January 21, 2019
Gresham Smith is proud to announce the firm’s recent contract with the City of Clarksville for a new wastewater equalization facility in its New Providence community. The new infrastructure will mitigate peak flows in the sewer collection system and reduce the frequency of sanitary sewer overflows during periods of wet weather, leading to improved water...
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Three Gresham Smith Architects Elected to AIA Richmond Board of Directors
January 10, 2019
Gresham Smith is proud to announce that Krystal Anderson, AIA, Mayda V. Colón, AIA, and Sarah Stumpo, have been elected to the American Institute of Architects Richmond chapter Board of Directors. Anderson will serve as the chapter’s president during 2019, while Colón and Stumpo will serve as directors. They will focus on advancing architecture among...
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Moving Freight Forward: Gresham Smith’s Meredith Cebelak Talks Innovative Intersections
January 9, 2019
Gresham Smith Senior Transportation Engineer Meredith Cebelak, Ph.D., P.E., has authored an article for Civil + Structural Engineer magazine discussing innovative intersection designs that keep the freight industry trucking along. In the January 2019 issue, Meredith highlights the benefits of Diverging Diamond Interchanges and roundabouts, making the case that freight considerations should no longer take...
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Walking and Working: Gresham Smith’s Ann McGee Talks Exercise Paths in Workplaces
January 8, 2019
Gresham Smith Senior Architect Ann McGee, AIA, was interviewed in the latest issue of Workplaces magazine about walking paths at workplaces. The article explains that walking paths offer an easy and inexpensive way to integrate health into office culture, and Ann offers tips and tools for designing appealing, highly usable paths. Check out the article here.
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Gresham Smith-Designed Addition Advances Master Plan for Sentara BelleHarbour
January 7, 2019
Gresham Smith announces the completion of a 90,000-square-foot, 4-story addition to the Sentara BelleHarbour campus in Suffolk, Va. This medical building is a key piece of the Gresham Smith-led master plan which aims to administer innovative, full-service care and be a focal point for medical care in the community. “This new medical building is an...
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Gresham Smith Employees Spread Holiday Cheer in Local Communities
December 21, 2018
Gresham Smith is proud to announce that staff in many of the firm’s  office locations are busy spreading holiday cheer this season, partnering with charitable organizations to give back to the communities they call home. “We’re committed to making contributions to the communities where we live and work, both through our design efforts as well...
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Gresham Smith’s Erik Higgins Elected to AIA Jacksonville Board of Directors
December 20, 2018
Gresham Smith is proud to announce that Erik Higgins, AIA, LEED Green Associate, a senior architect in the firm’s Jacksonville Healthcare studio, has been elected to the American Institute of Architect’s Jacksonville chapter Board of Directors. He is the chapter’s current treasurer and will next serve as president-elect in 2019 before serving as chapter president...
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Gresham Smith Completes Phase I of South Haven Trunkline Project for Knoxville Utilities Board
December 20, 2018
Gresham Smith is pleased to announce the completion of phase I of the South Haven Trunkline project. The project is part of the Knoxville Utilities Board’s Century II program to replace aging infrastructure and reduce inflow and infiltration in the South Knox sewer basin in Knoxville, Tennessee. The firm provided engineering services for the project,...
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Gresham Smith Providing Planning and Design Services for McLaren Health Care’s Greater Lansing Hospital
December 17, 2018
Gresham Smith announces that it is providing design and planning services for McLaren Health Care in Lansing, Michigan in support of their collaboration with Michigan State University (MSU) to create a new healthcare campus. In addition to the development of a campus master plan, the firm is providing planning, architecture and interior design services for...