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Intersecting Mission Assurance with Regional Resilience

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The security and resilience of the United States, its military installations, and its communities is an enormous effort. We can simplify that effort by identifying the intersections of installation and community functions that are essential to sustain government services and business operations, to withstand impacts from natural and man-made disasters, prevent and adapt to cascadingRead More »

Making Project Delivery Happen

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To borrow from the U.S. Postal Service’s 1990s slogan, “We Deliver for You.” That concept, of delivering successful, efficient and sustainable projects to the federal government, connected every aspect of the 2014 SAME/DBIA Federal Project Delivery Symposium…from the opening keynote through the closing debrief. Held Aug. 19-21 in Washington, D.C., at the historic Omni Shoreham Hotel,Read More »

Get to Know Joe!

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Brig. Gen. Joseph “Joe” Schroedel, P.E., F.SAME, USA (Ret.), joined SAME as the new Executive Director, effective Aug. 4, 2014. According to SAME National President Col. John Mogge, Ph.D., RA, F.SAME, USAF (Ret.), Gen. Schroedel brings to SAME a wealth of knowledge acquired through his years serving in leadership positions in both the uniformed servicesRead More »

Plan Ahead for PDHs in August!

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Mark your calendars as SAME’s Continuing Education Program has two opportunities to earn PDHs from the comfort of your living room during August. The webinars will hit two timely topics: resilience within coastal communities against climate impacts; and public-private and public-public partnerships. And, coming up next week, SAME in conjunction with the San Antonio PostRead More »

Building DC’s Metro: From the TME Archives

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As the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority prepares to unveil the new Silver Line on Saturday, July 26, take a look back 40 years to the September-October 1974 issue of The Military Engineer for a detailed “Progress Report” on construction of the then-planned 98-mile Metro system. “Washington’s Metro: A Progress Report” was authored by Brig.Read More »