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Feb 19 2019
Copt Hewick Hall is a privately owned “special interest” building in North Yorkshire, England, on 86 acres of land. As part of an extensive…
USACE study finds flood control structure near Los Angeles may fail in 900-year storm
USACE study finds flood control structure near Los Angeles may fail in 900-year storm
Feb 19 2019
In a series of public hearings, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) revealed that the 60-year-old Whittier Narrows Dam in Pico Rivera, Calif.,…
Feb 18 2019
Catch six keynote webinars and additional on-demand webinars during this free, three-day online event April 23 to 25.
Chicago suburb approves storm water management plan
Chicago suburb approves storm water management plan
Feb 18 2019
Wilmette, Ill., officials approved a $68 million storm water management plan expected to prevent flooding for 98% of homeowners on the village’s west…
Feb 15 2019
Brown & Caldwell Opens New Office Brown and Caldwell opened a new, permanent office in the Metro Vancouver area to better serve clients in the…
Cape Town proposes new plan to combat Day Zero and future drought
Cape Town proposes new plan to combat Day Zero and future drought
Feb 15 2019
The city of Cape Town, South Africa, has proposed a new strategy to increase their water resiliency and avoid possible drought. The plan currently is…
Severe storm brings floods to Sacramento and San Francisco
Severe storm brings floods to Sacramento and San Francisco
Feb 14 2019
On Feb. 13, an atmospheric river storm brought flooding to parts of Northern California, including Sacramento and San Francisco. The storm broke a…
Feb 13 2019
UrbanPond’s square tessellation assembly provides superior strength and material efficiency, and its high void percentages maximize storm water…
Feb 13 2019
This storm water management project meets regulations and reduces potable water consumption.
Feb 13 2019
The city of Willoughby, Ohio, revealed they are seeking an immediate and temporary repair to help curb erosion in Osborne Park along the Lake Erie…
Value of Water Campaign releases progress report
Value of Water Campaign releases progress report
Feb 13 2019
The Value of Water Campaign released a three-year progress report. The campaign is a collaboration between water industry leaders and policy groups…
Students work to renovate campus rain garden to filter storm water runoff
Students work to renovate campus rain garden to filter storm water runoff
Feb 12 2019
The Youngstown, Ohio, Environmental Sustainability Society and students have begun renovating a rain garden at Youngstown State University. The empty…
Study explores permafrost coastal erosion in Alaska
Study explores permafrost coastal erosion in Alaska
Feb 11 2019
A new study by researchers from Pennsylvania State University explored permafrost coastal erosion in the Arctic. The study, funded by a four-year…
EPA increases investment in aging water infrastructure
EPA increases investment in aging water infrastructure
Feb 11 2019
The U.S. EPA announced it is accelerating investment in the nation’s aging water infrastructure in support of President Donald J. Trump’s…
Mexico Beach, Fla., works on eroded highway following Hurricane Michael
Mexico Beach, Fla., works on eroded highway following Hurricane Michael
Feb 8 2019
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) announced that work is expected to begin this month to repair an eroded stretch of U.S. 98 through…
Opera recalls historic Midwest flood and the flood control laws that followed
Opera recalls historic Midwest flood and the flood control laws that followed
Feb 8 2019
A new opera, called “The Flood,” recalls the Great Flood of 1913 that struck the Midwest, claimed hundreds of lives and triggered major flood control…
Naples Bay restoration project wins award for living shoreline and wetland restoration
Naples Bay restoration project wins award for living shoreline and wetland restoration
Feb 7 2019
The Naples Bay Restoration and Water Quality Improvements at the Cove Project in Naples, Fla., has received the Envision Silver award for sustainable…
Staten Island, N.Y., embarks on $28 million flood control project with new best management practices
Staten Island, N.Y., embarks on $28 million flood control project with new best management practices
Feb 6 2019
The New York Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Design and Construction (DDC) announced that construction has begun on a…
Completed infill repair using Concrete Cloth GCCM
Completed infill repair using Concrete Cloth GCCM.
Feb 5 2019
A part of California Highway 1—located in Big Sur, Calif.—has been closed for 14 months to reconstruct the slope and road damage caused by the Mud…
Southern California faces flooding in burn zones
Southern California faces flooding in burn zones
Feb 4 2019
Following a week of record cold temperatures across the county, Southern California was hit by a storm that flooded highways and forced evacuations…
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