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Engineers Week Spotlight: Cooper Cason, PE

Engineers Week Spotlight: Cooper Cason, PE

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Engineers Week Spotlight: Rachel Sternberg, PE

Engineers Week Spotlight: Rachel Sternberg, PE

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Engineers Week Spotlight: Chris Ralph, PE

Engineers Week Spotlight: Chris Ralph, PE

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Embracing Balance: Russ Tidwell on Career and Family Time

Not too long ago, a typical work week for Russ Tidwell was like a ceaseless 50-55-hour marathon starting at 6:30 a.m.

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The Dynamic Field of Land Surveying

From NMSU graduate to Director of Land/Site in Phoenix: a Civil Engineering Career in Full Motion

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James Kelley, PE

The Call for Adventure

From NMSU graduate to Director of Land/Site in Phoenix: a Civil Engineering Career in Full Motion

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Donna Graves, SPHR

The Benefits of Mentoring in Today’s Workplace

When it comes to employee retention and engagement, more and more companies are embracing informal and formal mentoring programs. Why?

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Marissa Wyrick, PE

We all can help with sustainability

What do you think when you see the word ‘sustainability’?

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Julia Frankovich, PE and Sachin Paudel, Ph.D, EIT

PFAS – Get Ready, Forever is Coming

Even if you know the answer to the question – or, more likely, if you review the annual report each water utility sends out to residents, the items reported on that list could grow.

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Andrew Kenyon, EIT

Pay It Forward

Have you ever wanted to pay it forward?

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Stacy Mulholland, PE

The Importance of Obtaining Your Professional License

Hard work and determination. Those are attributes I learned early on while growing up with two brothers, who taught me how to be competitive, how to be a strong female surrounded by men and how to not back down from a challenge. These lessons helped shape me to be the engineer that I am today!

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John Howard

What’s Used Is Made New Again!

An old proverb says if you give a man a fish, he eats for a day; but if you teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime.

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Jenna Gardner, PE and Lizzie Wilson, PE

BGE Engineers Making a Difference in Tanzania

Water is undeniably one of Earth’s most precious and underappreciated resources. Here in the United States, we have unfettered access to some source of water at any given time, so it’s easy to forget the same cannot be said in other regions of the world.

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Haylee Morrison and Kara Britt

College Career Fairs – What You Should Know

Every spring and fall, the BGE team heads to various universities where we set up shop to interact with and potentially recruit young talent. Career fairs have that unique flair where excitement intersects with curiosity and career opportunities.

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Chuck Davis, PE

Leading a New Regional Office in a Pandemic

Many of us are taught to be strategic and anticipate potential shortfalls in the corporate arena. But what happens when you’re asked to help open and manage a new office from scratch for a rapidly growing company and the world turns upside down?

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Lauren Miller, MA, RPA

Four of Our Most Interesting Finds in the Field

I really enjoy stumbling across little pieces of history in my job. Every aged item we find reminds me just how far we’ve come and how different the world is today.

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