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Communication key to designing lasting benefit to Madison Water Utility
Communication key to designing lasting benefit to Madison Water Utility

Public infrastructure projects require gaining input and buy-in from elected officials, neighborhood businesses, state agencies, environmental groups and more.

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FERC Form 80 Recreation Report modernized
FERC Form 80 Recreation Report modernized

FERC proposes “to modernize public notice practices, clarify recreational signage requirements, and provide flexibility to assist licensees’ compliance efforts.”

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Video builds public support to comply with new water quality, quantity regs
Video builds public support to comply with new water quality, quantity regs

Mead & Hunt is supporting the water supplier’s efforts to comply with new regulations for water quality and water quantity with production of outreach video.

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Green stormwater infrastructure technologies outpace local codes
Green stormwater infrastructure technologies outpace local codes

The team wants to use sustainable stormwater management but, the design codes call for traditional infrastructure. What can be done? Discussions can find common ground for moving forward with a green solution.

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A creative approach when 1D hydraulic modeling is the only option
A creative approach when 1D hydraulic modeling is the only option

What is your recourse when an agency or client won’t accept a 2D hydraulic model of a complex floodplain project?

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Saving Green Bay’s iconic lighthouses
Saving Green Bay’s iconic lighthouses

Mead & Hunt has been working with the Green Bay Yacht Club and local leaders to create a permanent, lasting, safe location for the beacon lights.

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2018 USACE Work Plan: What’s in it for my city, state, clients?
2018 USACE Work Plan: What’s in it for my city, state, clients?

The USACE delivered its 2018 Work Plan for the Civil Works program to Congress. These are appropriated funds to start, continue or complete studies, construction projects, and operations and maintenance activities.

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Hydraulic model of water-wastewater system covers more than capital upgrades
Hydraulic model of water-wastewater system covers more than capital upgrades

Being able to run water or wastewater through virtual pipe systems is beneficial to infrastructure planning and identifying potential problem areas.

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Consider social equity in stormwater retrofits
Consider social equity in stormwater retrofits

Communities benefit when social equity is a factor when prioritizing stormwater retrofits.

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Stone Soup approach to water-wastewater infrastructure funding
Stone Soup approach to water-wastewater infrastructure funding

The ‘Stone Soup’ analogy fits for underfunded infrastructure projects where multiple stakeholders must all put something in the pot.

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