Nearly 40 million Americans will kick off one of the busiest travel seasons in history this Memorial Day weekend, jarred by potholes on America’s roads, crossing her aging bridges, riding her antiquated railways and taking off from airports that draw international scorn.

Long a source of national pride, America’s infrastructure is in critical need of repair, but federal government spending on the issue has gone down 9% in the past decade. As former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood says, “We’re like a third-world country when it comes to infrastructure.”

SAI is proud to announce that Katelyn Novak, Steve Haluska, and Justin Drager, have all successfully met the requirements and passed their Professional Engineer (P.E.) exams. With 66 professional engineers on staff, SAI continues to demonstrate its commitment to excellence in engineering and the growth and advancement of its employees through professional registration.

SAI welcomes Mitchel Anthony, EIT, who joins our Harrisburg office in the Structures Department as an Engineer I.

McCONNELLSBURG - Preparations are underway for replacing eight Fulton County bridges under Pennsylvania’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.

The Great Cove Road (U.S. 522) bridge over Big Cove Creek is scheduled to undergo construction starting in mid-June. Traffic will be restricted to a single lane controlled with temporary traffic signals. Construction will take about five months to complete. A more detailed construction schedule will be released closer to start of construction. The bridge averages 2,507 vehicles a day.



The dedication and hard work of the inspection staff helped to achieve a quality project.  In particular, the dependable leadership and construction expertise provided by Sam Hill (TCIS) was invaluable to the success of the project.

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 11-0
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