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Sain Associates Announces Acquisition

Sain Associates has acquired Vision Engineering and Planning (Vision E&P), a transportation planning and engineering DBE firm with locations in Columbia, Maryland, and Atlanta, Georgia. This acquisition will add specialization in travel demand forecasting, transit and freight planning, and regional planning to our current engineering, planning and surveying services.
Paul Gilliam, the President of Vision E&P, has joined the Sain team. He has 24 years of experience performing and managing construction engineering, roadway and rail transit design, traffic engineering, and transportation planning projects in over a dozen states for a variety of public and private sector clients.
“The addition of Vision E&P brings an exciting opportunity to broaden the transportation planning services we offer our clients,” said Jim Meads, P.E. “Our firm strives to evolve and stay ahead of the ever-changing industry so that we will continue to be recognized as one of the top engineering firms in the Southeast.”
Sain Associates has worked on numerous projects with Vision E&P in the last decade, and their shared commitment to delivering exceptional client services makes them a great fit.

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