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Daniel Schultz and Nate Young of the West Chester office volunteered at the first local “Run to Rescue 5K Run & Walk” to benefit AIM (Agape International Missions), a non-profit organization that rescues children from sex-trafficking in Cambodia. The race, which was organized by Daniel’s wife Janine, was held in Norristown, Pa., on June 23. A total of $1,628 was raised, with 54 runners participating. The amount is enough to fund a SWAT team rescue mission, which will liberate anywhere from 3 to 15 girls. Nate’s wife, Hope, also volunteered, and Schnabel was a Bronze Sponsor for the event. http://ow.ly/F81630kZveN
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From exhibit booth 516, Brad Boyer and Christine Ferrazzano, CPSM look forward to meeting and greeting fellow #GAWP2018 attendees at the annual Georgia Association of Water Professionals conference in Savannah, July 15-17. http://ow.ly/aHxe30kVuQr
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Construction in progress! Gary Brill, Johanna Mikitka Simon, Steve Penzone, and Walter Rabe observed tie back anchor installation at Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston, West Virginia, for a new soldier pile wall that will allow for rebuilding of the #airport #runway.
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Construction in progress! Gary Brill, Johanna Mikitka Simon, Steve Penzone, and Walter Rabe observed tie back anchor installation at Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston, West Virginia, for a new soldier pile wall that will allow for rebuilding of the #airport #runway.
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What happens when Schnabel's Women's Initiative Network (WIN) and the Female Engineers of Moretrench (FEM) get together on a beautiful summer day in #Philly? #Networking!
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Sharon Krock (2nd from r.) is a mentor this week for the Echo Flight of campers at the SAME STEM U.S. Air Force Academy Engineering and Construction Camp. There are 8 flights of 12 students from all over the country that have been sponsored by SAME
posts to attend. In these photos, the campers are constructing a concrete beam that they designed and then we’re with the finished product. The beam will be tested/broken on the last day of camp. #SAME #STEM #USAF #education #summercamp
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Ben Like (center) enjoyed taking a technical field trip during the Transportation Research Board's ADC-40 Transportation-Related Noise and Vibration Summer Conference in Washington, D.C. to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's shop where they receive and test new train cars arriving from the manufacturer.
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Lori Crossland, Jonathan Harris, and Tom Fitzgerald are representing Schnabel’s Dams Engineering Group at the #HydroVision International conference in Charlotte, N.C. It's the largest hydropower event in the world, with over 3,000 attendees. The Schnabel crew have spend their days and evenings meeting with clients and nurturing new relationships. http://ow.ly/Ui5E30kHXXa
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Alpharetta-based engineer J.R. Collins judged middle and high school students in TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science) competitive events at the 2018 National Technology Student Conference in Atlanta. #STEM #education http://www.tsaweb.org/TEAMS
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#SiteVisitTuesday - Our SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) certified team of Rob Indri and Hawkins Gagnon is rock mapping the spillway slope of the Conklingville Dam at Great Sacandaga Lake in New York’s Adirondack Mountains in preparation for a rehabilitation project that will ready the dam for another 100 years of service! The Hudson River – Black River Regulating District is overseeing the project for New York State. http://www.hrbrrd.com/
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