Tag Archives: civil engineering

It’s easy to forget that there are places in the U.S. that lack basic needs such as access to fresh produce and safe drinking water. Radhika Fox, in an article published on Water Deeply News, details efforts by water agencies to develop equitable and inclusive approaches to water management to help stabilize access to safe […]

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The California Water Commission will determine which water storage projects will receive $2.7 billion in funding. Kirsten James, author of this article published on Water Deeply, has her fingers crossed that California carefully considers projects that expand underground storage. “California voters overwhelmingly approved a $7.5 billion water bond, known as Proposition 1, to help the state […]

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After breaking ground in the fall of 2014, the development known as USC Village, is proceeding nicely and set for completion this coming fall. The site lies within the City of Los Angeles at the northwest corner of Hoover Street and Jefferson Boulevard, about ½ mile west of the 110 Harbor Freeway and one mile […]

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Rain has been pouring down in California this month and appears to have eased the minds of people concerned about the drought. However, as we mentioned in last week’s blog, the lack of understanding on how this all works is creating a false sense of security. More rain is great but without the proper stormwater […]

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With less than a month left in office, President Barack Obama signs into law the historic Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act. This new legislation will authorize California drought relief, provide aid to address lead contaminate drinking water, $10 billion in flood control, navigation beach re-nourishment, and environmental restoration projects. One of the […]

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Every so often a project comes along that presents new challenges and tests the limits of engineers. For B+W Engineering and Design, that time came with some unique conditions for a redesign on a project in Glendale, CA. B+W mentions in their blog post here that they had never had to design a drywell underneath […]

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