DCNR just announced the recipients of their 2014 Community Recreation Conservation Grants list and I was thrilled that one of my projects made the list. Do you want to increase your chances of being on the list of next year’s awardees?… Read more ›
Few things strike fear into the heart of an owner or project manager as much as finding out that their building site has potential for containing “significant cultural resources”. Let’s talk about what that means for your project…
I pulled into the parking lot and I’m not ashamed to admit it…I was stumped.
Occasionally I’ll pick up the newspaper and there’s a story about a sinkhole that’s “big enough to swallow a car”…or a truck…or a house. Incidents like this tend to cause a bit of concern for those of us living in… Read more ›
October 8th is International Walk to School Day. And you’re probably not welcome to participate…
How can schools, churches, municipalities, businesses, non-profits and community residents come together for a unified purpose? That’s what’s happening in one Lancaster County community as these folks collaborate for one common goal: helping to make their community better for its residents.… Read more ›
The majority of pedestrian and bicycle accident fatalities in PA occur at intersections and crosswalks. So here are five important rules to remember whether you’re driving, walking or riding. At painted crosswalks, pedestrians and dismounted bicyclists ALWAYS have the right-of-way (except… Read more ›