GAI’s Top Articles of 2023

In 2023, GAI enjoyed one of the company’s most successful years to date for both financial performance and corporate development. Forefront among our company happenings are the initial growth and development opportunities made possible by our late-2022 merger with Comvest Partners, a move that will power GAI to cultivate valuable new service areas, enlarge our professional team, and expand our geographic footprint to serve a wider base of clients. Amid these and other advances, we continued our practice of sharing our staff professionals’ views on news and developments both within our firm and in the larger AEC space—here, we share some of the top articles featured on the GAI website over the preceding 12 months.

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GAI renewable energy professionals discuss green hydrogen, a multipurpose fuel created using renewable energy that is projected to serve a $1.4 trillion worldwide market by 2050. Read more.

This article from Environmental Business Journal details the life and accomplishments of the publication’s 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award winner, GAI Chairman & CEO Gary DeJidas, PE, MBA, F. GBA. Read more.

Four GAI professionals discuss the firm’s AML services and how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law helps power abandoned mine land projects. Read more.

Get to know GAI’s Mary Beth Berkes, PE, a water resources engineering specialist who was recognized as the Society of American Military Engineers’ Young Professional of the Year in 2019. Read more.

This article by GAI’s Community Solutions Group leader Pete Sechler, PLA, AICP, MBA and its accompanying video explore the origin and mission of the landscape architecture discipline. Read more.

Transportation design and planning professional Darrell Smith, PE describes how a childhood fascination grew to a career supporting clients with rural and urban roadway design, bridge projects, planning studies, and more. Read more.

This technical article discusses the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed supplemental rulemaking to strengthen certain discharge limits in the Steam Electric Power Generating category (40 CFR Part 423). Read more.

GAI environmental professionals Adam Mann and Adam Duffey discuss a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ruling that expands the need for wildlife environmental services to clear sites for project work. Read more.

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