Coastal/Marine Geology Pioneer Greg Rudolph joined NV5 Geospatial

Greg “Rudi” Rudolph will be the Hydrospatial Practice Lead for NV5 Geospatial’s Hydrospatial Services Greg “Rudi” Rudolph is the youngest person in history to receive North Carolina’s highest civilian honor, the Order of the Longleaf Pine. Carteret County Beach Commission Chairperson Jim Normile, left, gives former Carteret County Shore Protection Officer Greg Rudolph a cannon ball in a … Continue reading Coastal/Marine Geology Pioneer Greg Rudolph joined NV5 Geospatial

How Humanity is Conquering the Darkness: From a Burning Stick to the LED

— by Norm Russell LC An ancient proverb states that it is better to “light one candle than to curse the darkness.” And humanity found a means to conquer the darkness, evolving from a burning stick to a candle, to a gas light, to an electric lightbulb, and finally, electroluminescence: the light-emitting diode (LED). The … Continue reading How Humanity is Conquering the Darkness: From a Burning Stick to the LED

What you should know about CalGEM’s Public Health Proposed Draft Regulations

By: Kristy Monji-Chung Oil and gas production is regulated in California by many agencies, and in 2019 Governor Newsom ordered one of these agencies, the State Department of Conservation’s Geologic Energy Management Division better known as CalGEM, to draft regulations to strengthen public health protection for communities near oil and gas production operations. On October … Continue reading What you should know about CalGEM’s Public Health Proposed Draft Regulations

NV5 Golfer Tyler McCumber Shoots Course Record Tying 60 at RSM Classic

NV5 sponsored golfer Tyler McCumber had a historic day yesterday at the RSM Classic in Sea Island, GA. He just narrowly missed a putt to shoot 59 one of golf’s holy grails in the sport. His 60 was good enough to tie the Sea Island Resort Seaside course record and finish in a tie for … Continue reading NV5 Golfer Tyler McCumber Shoots Course Record Tying 60 at RSM Classic