Tales From The Field

Recent Work Had Us Surveying Wetlands and Coastline

Cows, Drones and Projects in the News…

Calvin Weingart surveyed wetlands in North Stonington – he was greeted by a few wandering cows on this assignment.

Zach WeingartΒ provided a drone survey for the Sachem’s Head Yacht Club where a grounded barge had to be removed from the breakwater. An article in the New Haven Register provides the backstory in further detail – link here to read about it.

How are Drones Changing the Face of Construction?


Construction Drones of the Future:

3DR_Solo_Commercial_Application.jpgThe future is here and drones are already changing the way we do construction. Many construction sites across the country are utilizing drones to help with project management. They provide real-time data, 3-D scans, project support and much more! They can also provide images for documentation, and most importantly monitor safety and security.

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Construction Engineering in Connecticut

construction engineeringConstruction Engineering is a branch of engineering that involves planning, designing, managing and constructing infrastructures such as bridges, dams, and commercial buildings. Creation of such projects requires the skills of an engineer and the knowledge of management principles.

It is a cross between Civil Engineering and management in such a way that construction engineers can learn the design aspect of the project like Civil Engineers and can also perform management functions like project managers.

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