Photo: Brett Rosenberg (NV5) and Stephanie Doll (WRPS) [second row] receive instruction from Kevin Konzen (WRPS, at podium) and Mike Stabin (NV5, not pictured) in the health physics review course sponsored by the Columbia Chapter Health Physics Society. The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Hanford Site in Richland, Washington, has a current and future need … Continue reading Addressing the Need for Radiation Protection Specialists at the DOE Hanford Site
By: Angie Chiatello NV5’s environmental scientists are often asked, “What do bats have to do with transportation?” or “Why do departments of transportation care about bats?” The video “Saving the Virginia Big Eared Bats” by the Blue Ridge Conservancy answers these questions and more. Click here to watch the video (11:47) >> The engaging video … Continue reading Bats and Transportation – A Short Video
by John Spanhake, PE Senior Mechanical Engineer, NV5 Click here to download PDF Beautiful campuses, pristine landscaping, historic buildings, and new construction may blend perfectly into the campus environment. However, the lifeline that keeps the buildings going remains invisible and so often misses the attention it requires to support the visible campus. This lifeline, the … Continue reading THE CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT: EDUCATION’S BEST ASSET
NV5 participated with 50 other Companies to meet and greet over 200 near Graduates of the Civil, Environmental and Construction Department at University of Central Florida!
Click here to download PDF version by Kathy Collins, Director of Sustainability, NV5 In our 21st century built environment, sustainability advocates are focused on creating spaces that support human health and wellness. With the world’s population estimated to exceed 9 billion by 2050, it is crucial that the places where we live, work, learn and … Continue reading Elevating People’s Experiences in the Built Environment by Designing for Human Wellness