Tag: Stormwater

Investing in Asset Management: Seven Steps to Help You Strategize

By Thomas Tym From clean water to sanitary sewers to safe roads, elements of our infrastructure are key components in a life where our public health is protected and our desirable living environment is preserved. Problem is, many communities struggle to maintain their deteriorating and aging assets in the wake of limited resources and decreased… Read More »

Stormwater Modeling Can Save Money

A vegetated greenway in the Village of Windsor, Wisconsin, is a good example of a way to remove phosphorus from stormwater runoff. The vegetation filters out pollutants before they reach wetlands and waterways. By Pete Kolaszewski and Curt Hulterstrum When it comes to a community having its stormwater runoff problems evaluated, spending a little money… Read More »

What I Learned at School Today: Cofferdam Design, of Course

Tim Foushee, a drainage engineer in our Sarasota office, was peppered with many good questions about engineering when he visited the classroom of Rene Pikula, a third-grade teacher of gifted and advanced students at Glenallen Elementary in North Port, Florida. The kids recently read the classic, “Bridge to Terabithia,” and as a culminating project they… Read More »