Building Drought Resilience and Coping with a Changing Environment

Understanding Drought Impacts and Preparing for Changing Conditions By Michelle Hallack-Alegria, PhD, NV5 Water availability and future water conditions are uncertain, thus planning, preparedness, and designing for sustainable infrastructure to support long-term water resilience in a highly variable climate have become a priority to community leaders. The California Governor’s office released the final 2020 Water … Continue reading Building Drought Resilience and Coping with a Changing Environment

Joanne Eakin as the Cultural Resources Program Manager

NV5 is proud to announce Joanne Eakin as the Cultural Resources Program Manager in New Mexico. She has over 25 years of cultural resources management and research experience.  Ms. Eakin has worked for state and federal agencies, academic institutions, and private cultural resources management firms in the U.S. Southwest and in the Pacific region. She … Continue reading Joanne Eakin as the Cultural Resources Program Manager

ANNOUNCED: 2021 ALTA/NSPS Minimum Standard Detail Requirements Revision

As anticipated, a new version of the ALTA/NSPS Minimum Standard Detail Requirements will become effective on February 23, 2021.  This is the tenth edition of the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements that were recently adopted and accepted by ALTA (American Land Title Association) and NSPS (National Society of Professional Surveyors).  It is interesting to recognize the … Continue reading ANNOUNCED: 2021 ALTA/NSPS Minimum Standard Detail Requirements Revision

Hidden Portland

(OR: WEIRD THINGS I’VE LEARNED BECAUSE OF MY JOB) Before I came to work for NV5, my knowledge of Portland, Oregon, was limited to awesome places to eat and Powell’s Books. And that’s not a bad place to start, but there’s a lot more to Portland than meets the eye. The Lewis and Clark Exposition, … Continue reading Hidden Portland