The Public Land Survey System was created because, in the 1780s, the new United States of America needed money. The Revolutionary War had left the federal government with debts, and its leaders planned to raise funds by selling off land where American colonists had yet to settle. Atlas Obscura on has a great article on how the Public Land Survey System was created.Read More
Maurer-Stutz, Inc is now providing Aerial Services through Maurer-Stutz Unmanned!Read More
World Dairy Expo 2017 Discover New Dairy Worlds
ALLIANT ENERGY CENTER - MADISON, WI- USA
OCTOBER 3 - 7, 2017
Stop by and say hi to Gayle Baker or Aaron Orebaugh at booth AL159 lower level of the coliseum.
World Dairy Expo is where the dairy industry meets. No other dairy event in the world compares. Designed for dairy producers and industry partners World Dairy Expo is a showcase for elite dairy cattle, cutting edge research, and modern technologies.
As a visitor you might choose to tour the huge commercial exhibit display area or watch the virtual farm tours to gather ideas for your operation. Or you might relax with the Coliseum crowd to see the dairy cattle exhibitors compete for coveted awards or get caught up in the lively bidding at one of the breed sales to purchase top genetics. Some families like to attend to observe the latest fitting and showing techniques to implement at home. Other producers and family members might compete in the World Forage Analysis Super bowl, Champion Dairy Products Contest, Youth Fitting/Showmanship Contest and 4-H/Post-Secondary or Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contests as well as the FFA Dairy Judging events. And don’t forget to stop at the Purple Cow Gift Shop to buy a dairy souvenir for those at home before you leave the show. There are plenty of activities at World Dairy Expo for your family members and friends.
Join us as one of the 70,000+ dairy industry enthusiasts who make the trip to World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. It is truly the international meeting place for the dairy industry. Make plans now to attend the 2017 event, October 3- 7.
When one thinks of civil engineering, the first things that spring to mind are bridges and buildings. Of course this is true; however, to someone that is aspiring to become a civil engineer, it is important to understand that there is a lot more to working as a civil engineer than just bridges and buildings. In summary, “civil engineers have to come up with solutions to complex problems and implement them; they literally shape the world we live in.”Read More
We are excited about being a part of the upcoming Duryea Apartment project in Peoria Heights, IL. The proposed three-story apartment building will be a mix of two- and one-bedroom apartments and studios. Maurer-Stutz is providing structural engineering services on the project.Read More