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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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Falling into the design-build paradox
Falling into the design-build paradox

Achieving success isn’t as simple as repeating steps that worked in the past. Breaking free from the Design-Build Paradox and adapting our process to each situation leads to true innovation.

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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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Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide
Federal Highway Administration issues new bridge preservation guide

The FHWA released an updated Bridge Preservation Guide, an important part of a broader asset management program that addresses the aging infrastructure.

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Walking school buses: Leading by example
Walking school buses: Leading by example

As a parent and planner, I wanted my community to use its transportation infrastructure, reduce traffic congestion around schools and take advantage of the built environment.

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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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Paving the way for economic growth with solid roads and bridges
Paving the way for economic growth with solid roads and bridges

What do roads, jobs, ports, money, bridges, commerce and rail have in common? They are part of a network that can spark economic growth.

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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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Dams, spillways, levees: Sharing lessons learned and addressing future needs
Dams, spillways, levees: Sharing lessons learned and addressing future needs

Connect with dam owners, key agency personnel and teaming partners to learn about and share our latest innovations and engineering challenges related to dams and levees.

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