McGill’s Triangle Office Relocates to Raleigh

April 16, 2019

Accommodating Growing Needs McGill expanded into the Triangle region in 2014, opening an office in Cary, North Carolina. On April 8th, McGill’s Cary office relocated a few minutes east to Raleigh. We are excited about the move and the benefits that it has and will continue to bring to our clients and employees. The new office space is located at 5400 Trinity Road, Suite 107, Raleigh, NC 27607. READ MORE »

Surveying Transformed Over the Years

March 21, 2019

Meet Dallas Gordon, PLS, McGill’s Surveying Services Manager. Dallas has over 27 years of experience and has been with McGill since October 2005. In honor of National Surveyor’s Week (March 17-23), Dallas took a few minutes out of his day to tell us more about what attracted him to the field and how he stays energized. READ MORE »

Coffee with the President

February 19, 2019

[Excerpt from an interview by Juli Smith, President of The Smith Consulting Group] Juli:  Tell me about your journey to become an engineer. Joel:  My grandmother was the secretary for the Dean of Civil Engineering at the University of Kentucky and she would take me to the exhibits in the civil engineering department when I was a kid. It all just fascinated me. READ MORE »

2019 Spring Bass Tournament

February 19, 2019

What better way to spend a Friday than joining McGill for our 18th Annual Spring Bass Tournament. Join us on Friday, April 26th, for a great day of fun and fishing.  READ MORE »

New Hire Highlight

February 6, 2019

Bringing over 30 years of experience in the city management field, Gary Jackson joined McGill Associates on January 3rd, as the new Business Services Manager. Gary recently retired from his position as Asheville City Manager, after serving the city for 13 years. READ MORE »

35th Anniversary and Brand Refresh

January 27, 2019

Thirty-five years ago, five employees came together to open the first McGill office in Asheville, North Carolina, offering civil engineering. Since that time, McGill has grown to fill nine offices and expand its service offerings. On January 22nd, McGill celebrated a milestone year by hearing special memories from staff and looking to the future by launching a refreshed brand. READ MORE »

McGill Adds Water Resources Program

September 4, 2018

McGill Associates continues to expand and diversify its services offerings, meeting the needs of communities across North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. On August 6, 2018, Michael A. Hanson, PE, LEED AP, joined the firm to lead McGill’s Water Resources Program. READ MORE »

Protecting Your Organization and Your Employees

August 21, 2018

It is estimated that five to ten Arc Flash incidents occur each day in the United States. An Arc Flash is an explosion caused by an arc of electrical energy between phase to ground (energized part and grounded part) or phase to phase (energized part to energized part). These potentially fatal explosions occur for a variety of reasons, such as improperly maintained equipment and lack safety precautions. READ MORE »

McGill Project Receives Buncombe County’s 2018 Griffin Award

June 29, 2018

McGill Associates and Mathews Architecture teamed to complete an adaptive reuse project at 14 Riverside Drive in Asheville, North Carolina. On May 24, 2018, the project team was awarded a 2018 Griffin Award by the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County. These annual awards highlight projects and individuals who further historic preservation efforts in the County. This project had a rich history and multiple challenges to overcome, but regardless, the team persevered and the… READ MORE »

Thermal Belt Rail Trail Brings Life Back to Historic Rail Corridor

June 7, 2018

McGill Associates has been working with the Thermal Belt Rail Partners (Town of Forest City, Town of Rutherfordton, Town of Ruth, Rutherford County, and the Town of Spindale) on the Thermal Belt Rail Trail, a 13.5-mile-long trail that will connect multiple communities throughout Rutherford County. The project includes converting an abandoned rail corridor into a public multi-use trail. The railroad was once a very important part of these communities and this trail commemorates its history.… READ MORE »