Updates to Deep-Rooted Historical Area in Downtown Asheville

March 26, 2020

Haywood Streetscape Construction
“The Haywood Street project is a prominent streetscape project for the City of Asheville with much historical significance,” said Mike Norris, PLA, Director of Land Planning and Recreation at McGill. “This project is providing a safer sidewalk for the businesses, visitors, and residents, and a more pleasant pedestrian experience overall.” READ MORE »

National Surveyors Week

March 19, 2020

McGill Survey Team
McGill is proud of our capable and enthusiastic surveying team who continuously provides high-quality services to our clients. Since 2005, our surveying team has used advanced instrumentation and software technologies to supply accurate data for a variety of projects, including public infrastructure and mapping, route surveys for utility design, as-built surveys, construction stakeout, right-of-way retracement, FEMA flood elevation certificates, FEMA flood study cross sections, ALTA surveys, GIS mapping, topographic site mapping, and geodetic control surveys… READ MORE »

McGill Takes Precautionary Steps

March 17, 2020

Covid_19 Image
Protecting and providing for our employees’ health and safety during the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) is of paramount concern. McGill has taken steps – as recommended by government leaders and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – to minimize health risks to our family of employees, communities, and clients. Through our robust technology and communication tools, we continue to serve our clients and move projects forward. Our thoughts and prayers are with each… READ MORE »

Iredell County Opens Doors to New Detention Center

March 16, 2020

The dedication ceremony and tours of the new Iredell County Detention Center were held on March 13, 2020, at 204 Constitution Lane in Statesville, North Carolina. Iredell County Sherriff, Darren Campbell, and Iredell County Chairman, James Mallory, opened the celebration with remarks, thanked all involved for bringing the project to fruition, and opened the doors for tours, following a ribbon cutting. READ MORE »

2020 Spring Bass Fishing Tournament

March 5, 2020

2019 McGill fishing tournament group photo
It is time again for our annual fishing tournament! The McGill Associates 19th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament on Lake Rhodhiss will be taking place on Friday, April 24, 2020. This event always ends up being a fun day out on the water for all. Come join us for fishing, food, and prizes! READ MORE »

Arc Flash Lunch N Learn Scheduled in Shallotte

March 3, 2020

McGill Arc Flash Warning Label for MSD Pump Station
Join your colleagues over lunch to learn what you need to know about arc flash and walk away with action steps you can implement in your organization. For those who would like Professional Development Hours this Lunch N Learn provides 2 PDHs upon completion of the end presentation. McGill will provide a certificate of completion. READ MORE »

National Engineers Week

February 21, 2020

McGill celebrates National Engineering Week
Our dedicated and passionate engineers make a difference in communities across the Southeast every day. In their honor, McGill celebrated National Engineers Week 2020 all week long across our nine offices with coffee and breakfast parties. In addition, this week we spoke to a few of our rising stars to learn why they got into the profession and what excites them most about projects. Check out our Q&A with them! READ MORE »

Advice From a Current Student and Part-Time Employee

February 10, 2020

Silas McClure
Silas McClure, Engineering Technician at McGill and current North Carolina State University engineering student, provides advice and insight for college students and recent graduates about working at a professional engineering firm and his experience at McGill. READ MORE »

Collaborative Designs at Bobby N. Setzer Fish Hatchery

January 22, 2020

Setzer Fish Hatchery Project Feature
The Bobby N. Setzer Fish Hatchery is preparing for major renovations and improvements with the help of McGill. Located in Transylvania County within the Pisgah National Forest, Setzer is one of three coldwater hatcheries in North Carolina. Together, the hatcheries produce over half a million brook, brown, and rainbow trout each year, which are released into streams, rivers, and lakes of 15 western North Carolina counties. A part of the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission's… READ MORE »



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