April 2012

Dear Clients, Colleagues and Friends,

Spring is upon us, and with it comes growth and renewal. The mountains are changing color as their trees grow green buds, flowers bloom brightly as they reach for the sun, and the offices of LDG buzz with excitement as new opportunities shape our future.

There will be many new faces among us as we head into summer. Michael D. O'Connell, P.E., joined our Corning branch as Project Manager with Site Engineering. Michael brings plentiful experience, having worked for Michael Baker Corp., Sear-Brown Group, and Tetra Tech prior to joining LDG. Two outside members will also join the LDG board; Charles "Skip" Homan and Marshall D. Welch III will formally join LDG at the reorganization meeting on April 24th. Look for an in-depth profile of these new members in next month’s newsletter.

LDG was delighted to be the winner of the Short Bridge category at the Association for Bridge Construction and Design (Susquehanna Chapter) awards dinner on April 16th. The honored project was the bridge LDG designed for Strasburg Rail Road in Lancaster County. The bridge engineers worked hard on the project, and we're all delighted to see their efforts recognized.

There will also be extended opportunities for stewardship in the coming months. Whether our employees are volunteering to run the concession stand at a little league game, taking part in a charitable 5k, or coaching a softball team, there's no doubt that LDG employees will take pride in helping their communities this summer.




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LDG Wins Association for Bridge Construction and Design Award
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LDG Welcomes Michael D. O’Connell, PE
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LDG Designs CNG Fueling Station
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LDG Engineers Assist Bucknell University Engineering Students
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Events in Attendance by LDG for April & May
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  • On February 22, 1861, President Abraham Lincoln made a stop at Leaman Place, PA on his inaugural train ride, en route to Lancaster. His four-minute visit brought nearly 5,000 people out to cheer for the President and Mrs. Lincoln.

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