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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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From Mentee to Mentor: How to Build a Career Based on Learning
From Mentee to Mentor: How to Build a Career Based on Learning

Nathan Rockwood interviews Stephen(Steve) Sullivan about his extensive career in the civil engineering field.

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Open Data – For Water, Why Does it Matter?
Open Data – For Water, Why Does it Matter?

Due to shifting demographics, aging infrastructure and climate change, our nation’s infrastructure is in a state of flux. The result is a fragmented information system.

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Water Resources in Review: 2018
Water Resources in Review: 2018

As we head further into the new year, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on where the Water Group has been in 2018.

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It’s Official: FERC Final Rule Issued to Eliminate FERC Form 80 Recreation Report Requirement
It’s Official: FERC Final Rule Issued to Eliminate FERC Form 80 Recreation Report Requirement

As I originally reported in July, on May 17, 2018 the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission proposed a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to eliminate Section 8.11, which would remove the requirement to file a Form 80 report every six years.

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Emergency action planning is boring… until you have an emergency
Emergency action planning is boring… until you have an emergency

If you operate a FERC-licensed hydropower project you must develop and maintain an EAP. Do you know if your plan work when you need it?

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Strong finish to a very challenging dam design project
Strong finish to a very challenging dam design project

Dam closure system engineering design at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes nears completion

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Congress recognizes impact of maintenance costs at hydropower facilities
Congress recognizes impact of maintenance costs at hydropower facilities

American’s Water Infrastructure Act 2018 includes changes to dam license term determinations

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