Meet Greg Shearer, PE, CISEC! Greg is a Project Engineer in R&M’s Construction Administration Department and has been with the firm for eight years. He has nine years of experience serving as project engineer, office engineer, paving inspector, grade inspector and SWPPP inspector on airport, roadway, bridge and marine construction projects for DOT&PF and other public clients Greg is currently working on Phase I of the Seward Marine Industrial Center Improvements, where he is providing onsite inspections and materials testing for the upgrades to the harbor facilities. He is also currently assisting with the construction administration of the Chignik Public Dock Project for DOT&PF. He is responsible for ensuring materials and work incorporated into the facility…
New Poster Highlights How Efforts for Sage Grouse Have Come Full Circle
By Heather Emmons, NRCS Nevada Check out NRCS’ new Healthy Sagebrush Communities digital poster, which explores the unique sagebrush ecosystem and how ranchers are working to restore and protect these native rangelands. Download here We’ve all heard the saying: what’s good for the goose is good for the gander – meaning, what’s good for one is good for another. In the sagebrush country of the West, that sentiment has rung true for another feathered friend: the greater sage-grouse . But this time we say, “what’s good for the bird is good for the herd.” Sagebrush country is composed of large, intact and mostly treeless landscapes with sagebrush, native grasses and wildflowers. This working landscape is one of the most imperiled in the United States. At one time, it spread over 240,000 square…
Religious understanding of transgender issues
The Boy Scouts of America announced on Jan. 30, 2017, that, “Starting today, we will accept and register youth in the Cub and Boy Scout programs based on the…
How to Trust God With Your Decisions and Stop Looking for Neon Signs From Above
Decision making is no fun. Especially when the decisions we’re struggling with could have life changing or drastic repercussions, or at a minimum have lots of pros and cons to consider. That’s why in my Proverbs 31 devotion running today, I shared about being frustrated with having so many important decisions to make, and how I …
What Steps Should You Take to Trim Around a Chain Link Fence
Are you looking for some tips to maintain your chain link fence? Here are a couple actionable tips to help you effectively trim around your chain link fence.
Fresno residents can get rid of old tires at Saturday event
The so-called “tire amnesty” event is only open to Fresno residents. It will take place at Duncan Polytechnical High School from 8 a.m. to noon, or until the trailer is filled with tires.
I’ve Always Noticed A Black Diamond On My Tape Measure, But Had No Idea Why Until Now
Carpenters must know this, but a whole lot of other people do not.
Cleaning Between the Oven Door Glass
Quickly and easily clean between your oven glass with no tools.