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Kraken Filter Receives Washington Ecology TAPE GULD Approval

Announcing the only membrane filter with Washington Ecology and NJCAT/NJDEP approval! Overview The Kraken Membrane Filter is the newest stormwater solution to receive distinguished performance recognition...

“Water Investing Gap” in Michigan Stands in Way of 90,000 New Jobs in State,...

$22,000 a Day on Bottled Water for Flint:  Chronically Underfunded, Maintenance-deferred Water Infrastructure Costs Michigan Money. Investing $12 billion on top of existing water infrastructure...

EPA Announces $2.5 Million in Funding to Restore and Protect Water Quality on Tribal...

WASHINGTON — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing an estimated $2.5 million in federal grant funding to improve water quality on tribal...

Lane Construction Wins First Contract in State of Washington Valued at $255 Million

CHESHIRE, CT – The Lane Construction Corporation, the U.S. subsidiary of Salini Impregilo Group, has won its first contract in the state of Washington...

Designing Hard-Armored, Flexible Channels with 3D HDPE Geocells

Poured-in-place concrete channels control stormwater & erosion Hard-armoring channels to resist severe velocities and hydraulic stresses are typically accomplished by reinforced concrete or articulating concrete...

Is a Stormwater Utility Right for You?

Managing stormwater quality is an unfunded mandate. The cost for capital and operations will have to be funded at the local level, through taxes...

Rutgers University Announces New Courses for NY and NJ Continuing Professional Competency Credits

OSHA HAZWOPER Training - 8 Hour Refresher September 12, 2019 Bordentown, NJ NJ Professional Engineers: 8 Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) Credits NY Professional Engineers: 7.5 PDHs (NOTE: This class may not be used...

Having a Field Day

Geothermal System Cools and Warms Atlanta Braves SunTrust Park Turf, Additional Pipe Systems Drain and Recycle Stormwater. By Steve Cooper Designing a natural turf field for...

Jacobs Designs Resilient Solution for Flood Ravaged Mountain Corridor

Floods across the Front Range in the fall of 2013 caused widespread damage to critical infrastructure. In the Big Thompson River canyon, floods destroyed more than 10 miles of the US 34 roadway embankment. The Colorado Department of Transportation committed to completing emergency, temporary repairs, followed by a flexible and resilient permanent solution — for which they engaged Jacobs.
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