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GS&P-Led Traffic Studies Lead to Safer Roadways in Northwest Florida
January 29, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners is proud to announce the completion of two traffic studies in northwest Florida. The firm analyzed an unsignalized intersection along State Route 61 in Leon County and conducted a speed study on Walton County’s State Route 81. The work was performed under the firm’s five-year on-call contract to provide traffic operations and access management consulting services for a variety of projects within the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) District 3. The findings from each study will improve traffic operations and create safer roadway conditions for the surrounding communities. 
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GS&P’s Jody Barksdale to Present on Resilient Water Utilities of the Future
January 18, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Jody Barksdale, P.E., ENV SP, senior vice president in the firm’s Water + Environment market, will present at the Resilient Utility Coalition Summit on Jan. 25 in Miami. The presentation, entitled “Resiliency and Sustainability – How Large Metropolitan Cities are Accepting the Challenge,” will explore the ways two large municipalities and a major U.S. airport are addressing critical infrastructure planning, design and construction needs while keeping resiliency and sustainability in mind. 
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Marcia Musico Joins GS&P’s Healthcare Practice as Director of Business Development
January 17, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Marcia Musico has joined the firm as a director of business development for the Nashville Healthcare practice. Musico brings more than 25 years of healthcare business development experience in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. She will work with the healthcare team in Nashville to expand the firm’s business through new opportunities and clients. 
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Cilin Hospital Designed by GS&P Wins a First Prize of Excellent Architecture Design from Shanghai City
January 15, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners is proud to announce that the firm’s Cilin Hospital received a First Prize of Excellent Architecture Design in the Public Architecture Design category from Shanghai City. The awards are given by the government’s official association for architecture, civil engineering, land planning and surveying, and are the most prestigious design awards for Shanghai City. Of the 29 projects awarded first prize, only three were hospital projects. 
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GS&P Employees Spread Holiday Cheer in Local Communities
January 12, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners is proud to announce that staff in various office locations spread holiday cheer this season, partnering with charitable organizations to give back to the communities in which they live and work.
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GS&P Selected for Wastewater Plant Expansion in Guam
January 12, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners is pleased to announce it has been selected as the lead process design manager, as a prime sub-consultant to Dueñas, Camacho and Associates (DCA), to expand the Northern District Wastewater Treatment Plant (NDWWTP) located on the northwestern coast of Guam, the United States territory located in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. NDWWTP will be upgraded to increase capacity to 12 mgd and provide secondary biological treatment to reduce pollutants in the wastewater before being discharged into the Philippine Sea. 
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GS&P’s Jim Harding to Lead Course on Wayfinding for Aging and Disabled Travelers
January 11, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Jim Harding, SEGD, director of environmental graphics, will lead the Airport Consultants Council’s online training program on enhancing airport wayfinding for aging travelers and persons with disabilities on Jan. 18. Alongside Mark D.K. Adams, RCDD/NTS, principal systems manager at Burns Engineering, Inc., Harding will discuss the findings in Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 177, a continuation of wayfinding research that explores the complex navigational challenges faced by aging travelers and passengers with disabilities such as low vision or blindness, mobility limitations or problems with short-term memory. The duo will cover best wayfinding practices and principles outlined in the report, equipping industry professionals with the tools needed to promote independent travel at airports worldwide.
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Sam Mehta Joins GS&P, Brings Over 30 Years of Aviation Environmental Experience
January 10, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Sam Mehta, P.E., has joined the firm’s Water + Environment practice as senior vice president. Mehta brings more than 30 years of experience in environmental sustainability, project management, environmental compliance, construction management, engineering and litigation support. He will provide client, project, and thought leadership with a focus on aviation environmental management, compliance, and sustainability.  
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GS&P Designs for New Holistic Community Health Model
January 9, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners is pleased to announce that is has won a contract to design healthcare buildings for UF Health as part of the planned Wildlight community in Nassau County. GS&P will design the ambulatory services hub as well as the co-branded UF Health and YMCA wellness center. The architecture and its expression will support holistic community health, embrace Florida’s “Lowcountry” culture, and reflect UF Health’s advanced, quality care. 
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GS&P’s Design Advances Quality Care and Efficiencies While Enhancing Human Experience  
January 4, 2018
Gresham, Smith and Partners announces the completion of a new surgical unit at Baptist Medical Center Nassau. The firm designed the 29,500-square-foot addition, which expands and modernizes the campus’ confined surgical department. By relocating the existing surgery department, new opportunities for future improvements become available in the vacated space. The addition serves as the new public face for the campus and features updated signage to welcome patients and visitors. These improvements aim to enhance the patient experience, and support the health system’s commitment to quality care.