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UgCS for High-Resolution vertical inspections of concrete arch dam with Niricson – WEBINAR

Jun 2, 2022 10:00 AM CT ✅ UgCS by SPH Engineering gives professional drone pilots the ability to plan detailed survey missions in a 3D...

LAND & WATER STARTS RESTORATION WORKS AT LONGLEAT’S HALF MILE POND

Leading wet civil engineering firm, Land & Water, has started restoration works on the Longleat Estate to preserve Half Mile Pond, to the east...

The Lake Leatherwood Dam: Construction, Life, and an Uncertain Future

By Luke Carothers Lake Leatherwood and the dam that created it are located in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, nestled snugly in the Boston Mountains region of...

Comprehensive Monitoring of Victoria Dam

Modern Monitoring of Victoria Dam Performed by Sri Lanka Authorities Using Trimble Monitoring Solutions An automated monitoring system, optical total stations, GNSS receivers and other...

Spencer Dam Failure Investigation Provides Lessons to Engineers and Dam Professionals

By Martin Teal, Mark Baker, Robert Ettema, and John Trojanowski In the early morning of March 14, 2019, the Spencer Dam on the Niobrara River in...

Michigan DNR letter pledges $8M to Asian carp barrier at Brandon Road Lock and...

Recent eDNA findings in waters near Lake Michigan underscore need for action Michigan Department of Natural Resources Director Dan Eichinger today confirmed the commitment of...

Gannett Fleming Wins Outstanding Project Award for Water Impoundment Project

The American Council of Engineering Companies Maryland presented Gannett Fleming with an Outstanding Project Award for Maryland American Water’s Bel Air Impoundment project during the 2019 Excellence in Engineering Awards.

Black & Veatch to provide program management services for Colorado dam expansion

Black & Veatch was selected to provide program management services to Denver Water on the Gross Reservoir Expansion Project.

Update: Concern at Oroville Spillway triggers evacuation orders

In an update issued Monday evening, Feb. 13, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) said that the primary spillway continues to flow at 100,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) and Oroville Lake levels had dropped to 894’ feet.

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