• New Wave: Work-Life Balance

    finding work-life balance
    Maggy Fermo

    Work-Life Balance Unless you’ve been living under a rock, which if you’re reading this, I assume you haven’t, you’ve heard the term “work-life balance”. For years, generations have been making their contributions to society and changing the way we live. For example, Gen Xers gave us MTV and the Atari and introduced the concept of ... Read More

  • Colorado, Know Before You Dig!

    Denver Skyline
    Maraliese Beveridge

    With 31 offices nationwide, Maser Consulting has followed a path driven by opportunity to serve community needs. While most of its locations are along the eastern seaboard, the company has been veering west into Tennessee, Texas and New Mexico. But most recently, the firm took a hard jump into Colorado! Why you ask? To help ... Read More

  • Working with the Big Wigs and Doing it Right

    Maggy Fermo

    In this post of "Am I Doing This Right?," we discuss being thrown in the deep end and left to fend for yourself against the big-wigs at your company! Just kidding... well sort of. To get tips and tricks on how to impress these people, click here! ... Read More

  • Finding the Right Engineering Internship for You

    Students working at engineering internship
    Alexis Eades

    It’s that time of year again when college students are looking for internships. We know there are many prospective interns trying to find a place that is right for them. As an intern myself, I know there are certain things one looks for in an internship. Like more learning and less coffee runs. So, how ... Read More

  • Geographic Information System (GIS): The Ultimate Guide

    Maggy Fermo

    What is GIS? A geographic information system (GIS) is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing data. It integrates many types of data. It’s rooted in the science of geography and is an extension of cartography – the science of making maps. According to Discipline Leader of GIS Asset Management Services Suzanne Zitzman, it’s built ... Read More

  • Mobile LiDAR and its use for Curve Analysis

    Maraliese Beveridge

    Have you ever wondered who sets the traffic speed limit on a roadway curve sign? You know, the ones you see as you drive along a winding road or off-ramp with a speed advisory on it. It points the direction and posts a recommended speed usually somewhere between 10 and 35mph. To determine this speed, there's a science involved. Read ... Read More