SCI Engineering’s CEO Mark Harms played host for the Sister Cities International Panel discussion that highlighted the success of the City of St. Charles – Ludwigsburg Sister Cities Program. The focus of the discussion was on ways both cities could gain insight from one another about sustainability and the changing social, financial and environmental conditions
SCI Engineering Senior Vice President Tony Kreutz and Senior Engineer Rick Mauch met with Missouri Governor Michael L. Parson and the ACEC/MO’s 2018-19 Governmental Affairs and Transportation Committees to discuss the future of transportation funding for the state. Shown, from Left, are: Joe Hagerty, Bruce Wylie, Tony Kreutz, Governor Parsons, Ed Alizadeh, Vicki LaRose and
“Four decades in any business is something to be celebrated, however being part of a firm that has put people first for 40 years feels more like an honor than an achievement,” said Mark Harms, Chief Executive Officer of SCI Engineering, Inc. Founded in 1978, SCI Engineering is now celebrating its 40th Anniversary. The firm
SCI Engineering was thrilled to host a “Concrete Day” program for a group of campers from the 2018 Society of American Military Engineers STEM Engineering & Construction Camp. The program, held at Scott Air Force Base, invites students to participate in hands-on, engineering activities in a competitive environment that promotes teamwork, leadership, project management and
SCI is pleased to congratulate Scott Harding, President, on his recent honor from the Society of American Military Engineers National Office. Scott was honored by SAME National at the recent Industry Day for his service as SAME Scott Field President in 2017 and particularly for his work with Scott Air Force Base in securing the
Chief Archaeologist Don Booth digs deep into the Archaeology of the St. Louis Riverfront in the most recent edition of The Confluence magazine. Don explains the discoveries and disappointments that accompanied the amazing work that was done on the Riverfront. SCI’s entire team is thrilled to have performed numerous services during the renewal of one
A new Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Rule, which was to begin being enforced on June 23, 2016, has been postponed until September 23, 2017. This new rule significantly reduces the Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) for crystalline silica. The previous PEL was 250 micrograms per cubic meter for the construction industry and is now being
In this issue of SCI FYI, we are sharing a synopsis of The Mitchell Site: An Upgrade, a paper presented by Don Booth at the 82ndAnnual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada. The Mitchell Archaeological Site is a pre-Columbian Mississippian (A.D. 1050-1350) mound center located at the western end of University Drive in Mitchell, Illinois.
Southern Illinois has a rich history of coal mining, dating back to the early 1800s where coal was first observed outcropping along the bluffs above the American bottoms. Fast forward to present day and the historic abandoned underground mine works now pose a significant mine subsidence risk to an area that has seen heavy development.