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  • Finishing the job in New Orleans

    Finishing the job in New Orleans

    Industry and government are leveraging the advantages of design-build to ensure that New Orleans is ready for the 2017 hurricane season.

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  • A new home for the manatees

    A new home for the manatees

    Restoring an eroded wildlife refuge shoreline using stream restoration techniques.

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  • What are your project delivery options for horizontal construction?

    What are your project delivery options for horizontal construction?

    From design-build to P3, it's not always easy to select the right project delivery method. This overview should help.

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  • Is your levee at risk? 3 ways to keep your community safe

    Is your levee at risk? 3 ways to keep your community safe

    FEMA may come knocking under levee regulations asking for your certification. We’ve got some tips to help you prepare.

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  • Becoming a model in resiliency

    Becoming a model in resiliency

    Tennessee leads the way in resiliency efforts.

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  • Take a tour of world record arch dams with ENR

    Take a tour of world record arch dams with ENR

    Engineering News Record lists 5 impressive arch dams around the world. The article highlights our experience building arch dams globally.

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  • Top 7 ways to design with resilient communities in mind

    Top 7 ways to design with resilient communities in mind

    Our resiliency experts offer ideas to help communities prepare for the future—from tiny homes to high-quality transit

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  • The jurisdictional connectivity of water resources: The Columbia River Basin

    The jurisdictional connectivity of water resources: The Columbia River Basin

    The regulatory connections of the Columbia River Treaty and how they affect the use of the Columbia River Basin.

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  • 4 reasons why a dam owner should want an emergency action plan

    4 reasons why a dam owner should want an emergency action plan

    EAPs protect the facility and the community, and most importantly, a dam owner’s sanity.

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