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Ecology and engineering intersect to make “room for floods”
Ecology and engineering intersect to make “room for floods”

Climate change is producing increasingly unpredictable weather patterns. This growing uncertainty necessitates alternative management strategies.

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No such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution
No such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution

Sometimes, the obvious solution is not right for a project. Ultimately, thinking outside the box and trying an atypical strategy gave the client a successful solution and ended up saving them a lot of money.

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Why is corrosion control so important in our water systems?
Why is corrosion control so important in our water systems?

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) is going through more substantive changes due to a compelling need to clarify its implementation requirements.

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Using online technology to understand the past
Using online technology to understand the past

In the field of historic preservation, technology can help better identify, document, and evaluate resources in the built environment.  We’re really excited about using technology to help our clients achieve their preservation goals.

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Waste not, want not: reclaimed water can help secure a sustainable future
Waste not, want not: reclaimed water can help secure a sustainable future

Water, in all its forms, is valuable, and our collective future depends on careful use of this resource. Large quantities of water supply withdrawals can be saved by wastewater reuse, so reuse of water will necessarily increase with the global population and climate change.

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Megan’s got it right, she’s starting early
Megan’s got it right, she’s starting early

What really sets someone apart in the AEC industry? Each year, ENR attempts to answer this question as it honors outstanding young professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industry.

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FERC AFTER ACTION PANEL: Oroville is still inciting dam safety changes nationwide
FERC AFTER ACTION PANEL: Oroville is still inciting dam safety changes nationwide

When it comes to dam safety it is vital that regulators take a hard look at guidelines in the wake serious incidents and make changes to protect lives and property.

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In the wake of Oroville incident, dam owners face new EAP requirements
In the wake of Oroville incident, dam owners face new EAP requirements

The Oroville Dam spillway incident has had far-reaching ramifications for the dam industry. Numerous pieces of legislation have sprung up in the wake of this incident both statewide and on the national level.

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#OneWater: United purpose and diverse experience create a powerful combination
#OneWater: United purpose and diverse experience create a powerful combination

Mead & Hunt’s #OneWater strategy seeks to synchronize and mobilize the talents of all our professionals working in the hydrologic cycle to provide innovative, effective solutions to clients.

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Maryland Quality Initiative Conference harbors transportation’s finest leaders
Maryland Quality Initiative Conference harbors transportation’s finest leaders

The Maryland Quality Initiative Conference brings Maryland’s finest transportation professionals together. Stop by and “Seas the Day” with Mead & Hunt!

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