Tag: stormwater management

4 Trends in Sustainable Site Design

By Mike Makris, P.E. Sustainable site design is a hot topic in the AEC industry. As Civil Engineers, Landscape Architects, and Planners, we are challenged...

Underserved Chicago

By Michelle Inouye In the spring of 2013, a severe rainstorm in the Chicago area resulted in 3,300 City Services (311) calls from businesses and...

Planning for Smart Cities and New Urbanism

By Niek Veraart and David Reel New urbanism has been changing the design of communities for the past 30 years. Today, in many cities and...

Report: EPA Should Strengthen Science in Permitting Program for Management of Stormwater Pollution

A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine offers guidance to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to inform the next revision of a permit program that requires industries to manage stormwater to minimize discharges of pollutants to the environment.

Phase I of AMT’s Wharf Project Wins National Recognition Award

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) announced the winners of this year’s Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) — the “Academy Awards of the consulting engineering industry.” AMT, LLC received a National Recognition Award for exceptional civil engineering design work on Phase I of The Wharf development project in the District of Columbia. 

Nitsch Engineering receives award for MIT North Corridor Project

Nitsch Engineering of Boston earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies’ 52nd annual Engineering Excellence Awards for the North Corridor project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Prince George’s County and Corvias Complete Stormwater Partnership

The Clean Water Partnership (CWP), a 30-year community-based public-private partnership (CBP3) between Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Corvias, completed the initial pilot phase in half the time, under budget.

Green infrastructure: Taming the asphalt jungle

Designs that move toward more naturalized stormwater management can help counterbalance impervious urban development. By Gerald DeFelicis, Jr., LLA, RLA, PP, with Maraliese Beveridge Managing surface...

New Orleans selects Stantec team to design Blue & Green Corridors

The City of New Orleans selected Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. to provide planning, design, engineering, and community engagement for an innovative resilience project in the city’s Gentilly Resilience District, reflecting New Orleans’ new “living with water” approach to water management. 

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