Tag: Brown and Caldwell
Brown and Caldwell opened a new, permanent office in the Metro Vancouver area to better serve clients in the region’s municipal and private water and wastewater sector.
Brown and Caldwell solidified its smart water sector standing by joining the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN), the leading global hub for the smart water and wastewater sectors.
The City of Palo Alto, Calif., selected Brown and Caldwell to provide design services for secondary treatment upgrades at the city’s Regional Water Quality Control Plant.
Brown and Caldwell launched BC Blue, a smart utility approach to efficiently manage and operate water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities.
Brown and Caldwell was awarded a contract to provide program management services for Portland Water Bureau’s (PWB) $500 million Bull Run Filtration Project. The project marks a critical transition for PWB and its customers, who have relied on unfiltered water from the federally protected 102-square-mile Bull Run Watershed as its primary source of water for over a century.
The American Public Works Association announced the winners of its 2018 Public Works Projects of the Year competition. Within the environment category, two water projects were deemed best-in-class.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a $699 million low-interest loan to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) to help finance its Southeast Treatment Plant Biosolids Digester Facilities Project.
Following a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Consent Decree to improve Windward Oahu’s sewage collection and treatment system by June 2018, Brown and Caldwell worked with the City and County of Honolulu and its team of construction partners to deliver the Kaneohe-Kailua Wastewater Conveyance and Treatment Facilities Project on an accelerated schedule and within budget.
HASSELL+, a multidisciplinary resilience team that includes Brown and Caldwell, presented its Resilient by Design|Bay Area Challenge proposal for the Colma Creek Watershed in San Mateo County, South San Francisco, at the Resilient Bay Summit.