April 2014

  • Seven ideas for funding non-motorized trails

    By Scott Post, PE Whenever I meet with a new non-motorized trails group or client, one of the first questions I am asked is, “Where can we get grants to pay for our trail?” If your group or community is planning a non-motorized trail, check out my seven favorite trail funding sources: Michigan’s Natural Resources […]

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  • Buchanan’s McCoy Creek Restoration wins ASCE SW Branch “Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award”

    The American Society of Civil Engineers Southwest Michigan Branch has honored the City of Buchanan with its “Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award” for the McCoy Creek Restoration Project. Congratulations to the City of Buchanan! This was a great project that we wrote about last summer, but here’s a summary: The McCoy Creek Restoration Project in […]

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  • Ludington State Park wins ASCE Quality of Life Award

    The West Michigan Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers presented Prein&Newhof with the 2014 Quality of Life Award for its work on the Ludington State Park. Congratulations to our project team that was led by Barbara Marczak! Read about the project on our website.

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  • APWA names Fred Meijer Grand River Valley Trail its 2013 Project of the Year

    The Michigan Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) named the Fred Meijer Grand River Valley Trail connecting Ionia and Saranac its “Project of the Year” in the Small Cities/Rural Communities category. Congratulations to the City of Ionia, the Village of Saranac, and P&N Project Manager Scott Post for making this recreation trail a […]

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