Beavers really are “Worth A Dam”Beavers really are "Worth A Dam" Editor: Debbie Reaney Located in Westerly, Rhode Island along the southern border of Newton Swamp, the Cottrell Bridge, which carries Westerly Bradford Road (Route 91) over McGowan Brook, was one of many around the state deemed structurally deficient. The replacement and upgrade of this structure was vital to ensure the safety of the surrounding wildlife habitat as well as the over 4,300 vehicles that traverse it daily. The Newton Swamp M ... Read more
Keller Promotes Student Achievement in IllinoisKeller Promotes Student Achievement in Illinois Editor: Allison Braswell The complete overhaul of Lanphier High School in Springfield, IL will have its 1,200 students excited to go to class! Renovations of the 85-year-old school that began in Spring 2022 are expected to convert it into a state-of-the-art learning environment, revamping the entire property while making sure to preserve its historical nature. Major upgrades call for a 2,000-seat field house, a fully ... Read more
Rosethorne Tidal Project: Protecting the Louisiana CoastlineEditor: Debbie Reaney When Hurricane Ida made landfall in the state of Louisiana in 2021, it brought with it torrential rains and unexpected flooding. The areas in Jefferson Parrish saw 11-foot storm surges during the massive storm system that devastated many homes and businesses. The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, along with the help of the Louisiana Transportation Department, plan to install 29 miles of levees, flood-walls, and gated structures at an o ... Read more
Rio de la Plata Flood Control ProjectReconstructing the Rio de la Plata River Basin to prevent flooding Since 2007 the US Army Corps of Engineers have granted permits to study and perform supplemental environmental assessments (SEA), in efforts to reduce flood damage along Puerto Rico's Rio de la Plata River Basin. The rainy season torrential downpour combined with the steep headwater slopes along the banks, causes the river to overflow into the surrounding coastal towns. Currently, about 11 miles west of San Juan, there is $5 ... Read more
ICE® 7E Side Gripping the FutureEditor: Ashley Steele Heavy rains and drastic weather patterns are always wreaking havoc on the wastewater infrastructure in the northeast and especially in Maryland. The WSSC Water department is working to get approval for a massive overhaul of the water and wastewater lines. Within the 11,000 miles of pipe, over 45% is 50- years or older. The combination of aging of the pipes and environmental impacts is cause enough to replace this water and sewer infrastructure. The Schna ... Read more
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