Not my Job, Not my Responsibility
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06 Jun

Not my Job, Not my Responsibility

By: Jerry Oberholtzer, PE Civil Engineer June 6, 2019 I’m an engineer, father, husband, grandfather, ex-mayor, and even a heck of nice guy.  I’m not really a blogger.  However, I do have considerable experience managing civil engineers, so I wanted to share some advice that I have learned in my 38 years in engineering on..

23 Apr

Networking 101

By: Sally Riker, F.SAME Partner, Director of Business Development April 23, 2019 Networking is part of my job description. I think I was born for networking without knowing really what it was, formally speaking. But while it may come easy for me, this isn’t the case for many others. Some people dread it and avoid the..

20 Jun

The City of East Point Selects Lowe Engineers

The City of East Point selected Lowe Engineers to inventory the storm water conveyance system for the City of East Point! More info linked below:

13 May

Lowe Engineers wins Largest Award in its 60 Years of Business

Atlanta, GA – Lowe Engineers, LLC is pleased to announce being selected for award, by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).  This is a contract to perform Airfield Foundation Data and Vertical Obstructions worldwide as part of the overall Janus Aeronautical Features Program.  The new contract has a 3 year base period, with two additional option periods..

18 Aug

Dunwoody Public Works Department rewarded for ‘Excellence in Planning’

Andy Edwards, far left, Planning Team Leader for the Federal Highway Administration Georgia Division presents Public Works Director Michael Smith, center, and Mayor Denis Shortal with an award for the Dunwoody Village Parkway design. (City of Dunwoody) The city’s Public Works Department was recognized at the Aug. 14 City Council meeting by the Federal Highway..

23 Dec

Sally Riker, Partner at Lowe Engineers, to Co-Chair ULI’s Center for Leadership 2016

Sally Riker is honored to co-lead the Urban Land Institute’s Center for Leadership in 2016.  The nine-month program teaches leadership and life-strategy skills, for emerging leaders in Atlanta’s real estate and land-use industries, and encourages collaboration to tackle any issues that exist in the region. “Participation in ULI’s Center for Leadership is an excellent way..