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R.A. Smith National to Speak at 2014 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium

by Lindsie Nelson 15. August 2014 05:11

2014 Mid Continent Transportation Research Symposium
Concourse Hotel & Governor's Club — Madison, Wisconsin
August 21-22, 2014

Scott Ginal, P.E., S.E., and Joseph Diekfuss, Ph.D., will be presenting with Christopher Foley, Ph.D., of Marquette University on reliability-based inspection scheduling for sign support structures on Friday, August 22 at the Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium. This event provides an opportunity for professionals from the Midwest and beyond to network with their peers, learn about advancements in technology and discover the direction of research. For more information visit 

R.A. Smith National Provides Surveying Services Pro Bono

by Lindsie Nelson 6. August 2014 06:43

R.A. Smith National  — a multi-disciplined civil engineering and surveying firm — Brookfield, Wis., is providing restaking services pro bono for Junior Hilltoppers’ youth football program in Milwaukee County for the fifth consecutive year.

In 2009 R.A. Smith National provided surveying and field layout services for the installation of fields at Dretzka Park (home field) and Brown Deer and Greenfield Parks (practice fields). Every year since, R.A. Smith National has perpetuated the exact location, size and orientation of the practice fields in preparation for the new paint markings to replace those lost during ground maintenance.  

Junior Hilltoppers Sports Clubs, Inc., an independent non-profit organization affiliated with Marquette University High School, coordinates the youth football program for fifth through eighth grade students. 

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About Junior Hilltoppers Sports Clubs, Inc.
Junior Hilltoppers Sports Clubs, Inc. is an independent non-profit organization which strives to develop the individual God-given physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual talents of male grade school participants in its sports programs, and through sportsmanship, team competition, and fun encourages responsibility, compassion and excellence in all aspects of performance, consistent with the faith-based mission ideals of good citizenship reflective of Marquette University High School. 

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