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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission takes action on hydroelectric project license terms
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission takes action on hydroelectric project license terms

FERC approved increasing the 30-year default license term to a 40-year default license term.

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Save money while saving the planet: New wastewater equipment and control technology
Save money while saving the planet: New wastewater equipment and control technology

For us wastewater wonks, new equipment and control technology is awesome.

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Advancing sanitary design at food processing facilities
Advancing sanitary design at food processing facilities

The food processing industry has made great progress in applying basic sanitary design techniques to new and remodeled processing facilities.

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Mead & Hunt recognized for outstanding contributions to SAME
Mead & Hunt recognized for outstanding contributions to SAME

Mead & Hunt was recognized by the Society of Military Engineers with the President’s Silver Medallion award for “Outstanding Contributions to SAME”.

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The Hyperloop takes one step closer to becoming a reality
The Hyperloop takes one step closer to becoming a reality

Hyperloop One narrowed down its pool of Global Challenge finalists, making mass high-speed land transportation a possibility within our lifetimes.

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Dam removal: Safety as a priority
Dam removal: Safety as a priority

The Mill Pond Dam Removal and Habitat Restoration project is underway in northeast Washington.

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Ports needing harbor funding turn to Wisconsin grant program
Ports needing harbor funding turn to Wisconsin grant program

The State of Wisconsin budgeted $14.1 million for Harbor Assistance Program grants

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Milwaukee Riverside Pump Station project wins engineering award
Milwaukee Riverside Pump Station project wins engineering award

The Milwaukee Water Works Riverside Pump Station project received an engineering award from the Wisconsin Section of the ASCE.

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Architecture of the recent past: Why care?
Architecture of the recent past: Why care?

Buildings constructed after 1945 everywhere. So many seem to look alike. And they often do not feel especially important, especially if you remember them being built.

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Challenging bulkhead design: Dam closure system at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes
Challenging bulkhead design: Dam closure system at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes

Tulsa District of the USACE would like to replace the bulkheads at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes.

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