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Recently, I was watching a safety leadership discussion. The discussion was engaging and designed to compel the audience to make safety a priority.In the safety speech, the keynote speaker asked the audience, how many people here think an Accident Free Workplace is possible? Only about 10% raise their hand. Why do you think that was? The answer was

You Have Options When Designing Large Storm Sewer Systems!

When it comes to designing large storm sewer conveyance systems, did you know there are alternatives to reinforced box culverts?   For years, Contech has worked with engineers and agencies across the country on finding efficient and effective ways to move stormwater.   Traditionally, you may be used to defaulting to concrete when looking at larger

Examining Stone Void Storage: Is 40% a Reliable Number?

Stormwater detention systems often include a large portion of the storage volume within the voids of the backfill material. Depending on the underground structure design and size, allocated stone storage can vary between 25-60% of the overall storage for the project. The generally accepted number has been 40% stone void storage. However, there have

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One of my favorite summer activities is floating in the water and looking up to the sky. For some, like me, floating can be relaxing, but for others, floating brings an uneasiness. When floating, one must trust the physical force at play – a force known as buoyancy. When trying to float in the ocean, buoyancy is a good thing. In the case of an