Sep 24, 2020

September 2020-21 Casebook

I think it’s safe to say that 2020 has been nothing like what we anticipated. Despite that, though, we’re adapting and innovating how we work and how we learn as individuals and as an industry. As an industry resource, we always strive to help our…
Located just southeast of Dallas, Texas, Cedar Creek Lake has long been popular as a recreational and lake home destination. Inspired by getaways including Seaside, Watercolor and Horseshoe Bay, Long Cove was created by Dallas developer (and local…
Sometimes, as John and Valerie Dewitz learned, finding a solution can cause more problems than you started with.  The married owners of Above & Beyond Hydroseed in Ridgefield, Washington, were approached by a client. Their large builder client needed…
A northwest Washington retail store was experiencing excessive overgrowth of Himalayan blackberries, about 40,000 square feet, along the slopes of an existing vegetative storm water detention/infiltration asset. Himalayan blackberries are identified by…
In May of 2017, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) discovered pavement failures in the west-bound lane of I-94 in New Buffalo, Michigan, near the weigh station just inside the Michigan border. Further investigation revealed that a 1,000-…
A substantial volume of the pollution in our nation's waterways comes from everyday materials like fertilizers, pesticides, motor oil and household chemicals. Rainwater washes these substances from streets, yards and driveways into storm drains. Research…
The Studio Park project was an opportunity to introduce the world to the brand new Triton Vault System. The vault system was created to save money in a variety of ways. In addition to saving money on excavation, stone, labor and haul away; the…
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) constructed a Pow Wow area to host cultural gatherings and public awareness events, and they required a space nearby to park trailers and other vehicles. The ground consisted of soft clay that rutted…
The East of Hudson Watershed Corp. is a development corporation established by the municipalities in northern Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties in the New York City Watershed to install storm water retrofit projects to meet requirements for…
Torrent Resources, an Oldcastle Infrastructure company, was awarded the contract to develop, manufacture and install a storm water infiltration system to achieve low impact development (LID) goals at the Kirkland Shelter for Women and Families. Occupying…
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