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Why does a civil engineering project need a brand?

In the world of civil engineering, where function and practicality take precedence, it is easy for artistry and marketing to take a back seat. So, why should it matter? Isn’t branding for commerce? Why does an engineering project need a brand identity?  1. Credibility and trust: Civil engineering projects, such as road improvement, involve significant […]

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Open House Engages Community in Efforts to Create a Safer Dixie Highway

Public involvement is crucial to the success of any transportation project – but it is especially important when the project affects one of Louisville Metro’s busiest and widest traffic corridors. The New Dixie Highway project is a $35 million investment to improve safety, mobility and livability along a 14-mile stretch of roadway that runs from

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C2 breaks ground on new headquarters

By Sheldon S. Shafer The Courier-Journal C2 Strategic Communications, a growing public relations and marketing firm, has broken ground on a new headquarters in the Lyndon Centre Office Park being developed by Pinnacle Properties. C2 Strategic is the first company to take up residence at the site — an infill development near New LaGrange Road and Lyndon Lane.  A

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