Tag: water

Improving Risk Mitigation with WINT

By Luke Carothers When water leaks, it has the potential to wreak thousands, if not millions, of dollars in damages to buildings, inventories, and job...

Precise Pipeline Design Provides Stormwater Runoff Control to Protect West Vancouver

New Pipeline Fights Flooding and Erosion in a Growing Region The first consideration for preventing flooding and erosion from stormwater runoff in this upscale and...

Water is Life: Protecting Water Resources and Infrastructure With Purpose-Built Cloud Technology

By Colby Manwaring Water is life. This is a statement of fact—and a daily reminder of the responsibility our team at Innovyze, now an Autodesk company, has...

Simplifying Stormwater Compliance

By Clayton Hall Stormwater management and compliance is necessary to meet often-changing — and sometimes challenging — regulations that serve to protect the environment and...

Sun & Water

By Luke Carothers In Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, the way of life for indigenous tribes like the Kara, Mursi, Hamer, and Nyangatom has survived for thousands...

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...

Wilmington’s Riverfront Park

Along the Cape Fear River, Riverfront Park, previously a lumber yard mill and cargo weigh station for the Port of Wilmington, has been transformed...

Land & Water Improves Ecological Status of Southmere Lake as it Safeguards UK Waterways

Water is a compound vital for all known forms of life. It is the main constituent of the Earth’s hydrosphere and it plays an...

A Texas-Sized Endeavor

Houston Public Works’ Northeast Transmission Line Takes Shape By Christine Kirby and Kevin Tran Things are indeed bigger in Texas.  And Houston’s Northeast Transmission Line is...

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