On the evening of Wednesday, July 19, 2017, employees of SAI's Harrisburg, PA Office took part in the 36th annual Harrisburg Mile along Front Street, which benefited the Harrisburg area YMCAs. SAI Harrisburg formed a five-person team and competed in the Corporate Challenge under the name “SAI Bridge.”  This year’s race brought an unexpected storm midway through the Corporate Challenge Heats.

SAI will be in Morgantown, West Virginia, Thursday, September 14th, for the 2017 West Virginia University Statler College Fall Career Fair! We are looking to meet with and accept resumes from graduate civil engineers with highway/traffic, bridge, or construction management concentrations. Be sure to look for the SAI recruiting booth at the WVU Student Recreation Center!

SR 0436-552, Margiotti Bridge Replacement in Jefferson County, PA, for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, District 10-0 Construction Progress - construction of the concrete cantilever abutments and pile driving for the piers is continuing.

SAI attended the official ribbon-cutting on August 30, 2017, for the US 19 Safety Improvements Project.  SAI performed the construction inspection for this intersection safety improvement project for Route 19/Arch Street intersection to Route 2028 (Sugar Run Road) intersection in Franklin Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania.



 After working with Brian Schull for more than a year now on this job, I have no doubt in my mind that SAI was the right choice for this job - and in particular, Brian as the CM.  He has great organizational skills, he is very thorough, he supports the owner and is always looking out for our best interests, and is one of the most professional persons I have ever had the opportunity of working with.  He is definitely someone I look up to and hope to emulate in my future as a manager.  I think it is very important to give feedback, both positive and negative, when I see something exceptional, or when I have issues that I cannot seem to work out with a consultant.  My experience in working with Brian has been nothing but a positive one, and I am looking forward to continuing our relationship with this project and in any future projects that I may be lucky enough to work with Brian.  Thanks again for the support that SAI has given the Authority over the past several years!

Paul Hoback, Allegheny County Airport Authority
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