GAI’s Top 10 Articles of 2018

Here is a roundup of GAI’s 10 most widely read web articles for 2018. It’s an easy way to get caught up on our most popular topics from the previous 12 months. Be sure to visit throughout 2019 as we continue to share news, project updates, technical developments, and professional perspectives from contributors from all areas of our company. Have a Happy New Yearwe look forward to bringing you more news and insights about exciting projects, advancements, and trends in 2019.


In the wake of devastating floods, a repurposed West Virginia railroad line has undergone a ‘rail-with-trail’ makeover, taking on new life as a recreation and tourist destination.

Guest blogger Kathy Leo, PE, GAI Vice President and Director, Private Development, offers her insight into emerging U.S. real estate development trends for 2018.

In evolving districts of St. Petersburg, FL, GAI’s Community Solutions Group engages with local stakeholders to craft a vision for the community’s future.

GAI Chairman and CEO Gary M. DeJidas, PE, MBA discusses GAI’s programs for sharing profits and the corporate benefits of the 2018 tax cuts with staff.

GAI offers insights into today’s renewable energy industry, and how the current political climate may affect renewables in terms of funding and policy.

GAI Assistant Planning Manager Patrick Panza, AICP, and Senior Planning Manager Kristin Caborn, CPRE, FCP talk about GIS technology’s role in GAI’s work on a parks and recreation master plan for the city of Casselberry, FL.

The Carrie Furnace Brownfield Redevelopment Project is just one example of GAI’s contributions toward transforming industrial brownfields.

GAI’s Community Solutions Group helped develop the award-winning OBT Next master plan, which offers a new path to success for a challenged section of Orlando’s Orange Blossom Trail.

GAI Engineering Director Richard Krajcovic Jr., PE, PTOE, MBA identifies five traffic engineering best practices that boost safety for pedestrians, motor vehicles, and cyclists.

GAI got the call when a bridge over I-465 in Indianapolis needed immediate repair. Engineering Manager Matt Mason, PE, SE describes the award-winning effort.

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