There are certain areas in life where winning is the only thing that matters.
In a previous post I discussed the benefits of using a three-dimensional design model for civil engineering projects. And I’m not referring to sitting in an IMAX theatre with dorky, oversized plastic glasses
Post by Lancaster Civil Engineering Co.
I’m old enough to have started my college education by drafting with a 2B pencil, a few right-angle triangles and a protractor…and young enough to have learned that method side-by-side with computer aided design (CAD).
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 ›
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 ›
“Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? For if you lay the foundation and are not able to finish it,… Read more ›
Post by Pennsylvania-Community Conservation Partnerships Program-Grants-Recreation.
This trail is the complete package. It sits a little way back from the river so along the way you’re teased with glimpses of the big river through the trees. There are nice stretches of woods, meadow and active Lancaster… Read more ›
Many communities are putting a great deal of time, effort and money into creating terrific new trails for us to use – such as the 8 miles of the Enola Low Grade Line that Providence Township just finished. And once that… Read more ›
“A two-day summit focusing on planning, building, marketing and sustaining local and regional trails.” That’s how the Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways and Trails Summit is described in the 2014 program – available here. I think it’ll be beneficial for trail planners,… Read more ›
Part of the reason that I decided to travel every trail in Lancaster County is because I was sure there would be trails that I never knew existed that would become my favorite walking or jogging destination. The Noel E.… Read more ›
I like to keep things simple. There are enough things going on in my life that I’m not really looking for additional complications when it comes to…well…pretty much everything. I don’t need all the frills. Strip it down – whatever… Read more ›
Lancaster Civil is thankful to have been chosen to be the project manager for revitalization efforts at Riverfront Park located along the Susquehanna River in Wrightsville Borough. Lancaster Civil is partnering with the good folks at C.S. Davidson Inc. who have… Read more ›