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Use Geographic Informational Systems to Optimize Quality Control in Geotechnical Environmental Testing

By Adewumi Andrew In the world of environmental testing, numerous systems can complement traditional due diligence to produce the most accurate data for clients. One...

Sustainable Marine Lumber Helps Bridge Environmental and Structural Goals for the Ponquogue Bridge...

By Richard Zimmerman, Jr. For anyone whose travels have taken them to Long Island’s East End and, in particular, the old whaling town of Sag...

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers comes to the aid of hospitals

Coronavirus Pandemic By JoAnne Castagna, Ed.D. The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) surprised us all, especially our nation’s hospital system which was not prepared for a pandemic. Hospitals...

COVID-19 & the New Normal for the A/E/C Industry

By Michael Drost In the immortal words of the great American philosopher and New York Yankee Yogi Berra, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially...

Strict Testing Standards for Steel Windows Needed to Reduce Insurance Losses from Extreme Weather...

Robust product testing improves life-safety and reduces property and casualty claim costs  By Seth Rose, Founding Director, Eneref Institute Atlantic hurricanes have become significantly more powerful...

Port Forward

Underground tunneling reduces disruptions By Jodie Hartnell Prior to 2016, the busy Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) had “No enterprise GIS, no GIS software, and...

Stormwater Control Lessons in the Age of More Extreme Weather

Debris Removal, Repair and Mitigation of Drainage System Damages, and FEMA Funding By Matthew Burnette Water is a cornerstone of life and commerce as well as...

FLOOD PROTECTION PRODUCTS EVOLVE FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS IN THE AFTERMATH OF HURRICANE SANDY

By Gene Kennedy, President of Savannah Trims; Riviera Beach, Florida As super storms become more the norm than the exception, municipalities are well under way...

Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Approaches Meet Community Treatment and Large Commercial System Demands

By Dennis F. Hallahan, PE and Donald Prince Introduction Two general methods are considered for wastewater treatment planning and design: centralized and decentralized models. As environmental...
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