The City of Traverse City, Mich., recently approved a five-year contract renewal with CH2M for operations and maintenance of the Traverse City Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Mississippi State University’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders has completed the implementation of nine water wells in Simwatacheula, Zambia, providing sources of clean drinking water to approximately 10,000 people in rural communities.
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Bentley Systems announced the availability of the new CivilStorm and StormCAD CONNECT Edition applications for the analysis and design of stormwater networks.
H2M architects + engineers participated in completion of a historic Water Resource Recovery Project. For the first time ever on Long Island, reclaimed, treated sewage is being used for off-hours irrigation at the Indian Island County Golf Course.
The Waterfront Alliance honored Malcolm G. McLaren, president and CEO, McLaren Engineering Group, with the 2016 Heroes of the Harbor award for his contributions to the New York harbor and waterways.
The DC Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) issued the nation’s first environmental impact bond (EIB) to fund the initial green infrastructure project in its DC Clean Rivers Project, a $2.6 billion program to control stormwater runoff and improve the District’s water quality.
The Michigan Department of Transportation awarded Parsons a three-year contract to provide structural services for the Michigan-owned portion of the Blue Water Bridge. This twin-span international bridge serves as a gateway linking Canada and the United States.
Advanced Microgrid Solutions and the Irvine Ranch Water District announced a public-private partnership (P3) to install the largest network of energy storage systems at a public water agency in the United States.
The U.S. Senate passed the Water Resources Development Act of 2016 legislation containing the Water Systems Council's (WSC) top federal priority, The Water Supply Cost Savings Act on a vote of 95 to 3. The Savings Act aims to reduce federal, state and local costs of providing high quality drinking water to millions of Americans in rural communities by facilitating the use of cost-effective alternatives like water well systems.