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Defined by the US Department of Homeland Security, Infrastructure Resiliency is the ability to reduce the magnitude and/or duration of disruptive events. The effectiveness of a resilient infrastructure or enterprise depends on its ability to anticipate, absorb, adapt to, and/or rapidly recover from a potentially disruptive event. That being the

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Reclaim TunnelsA Reclaim Tunnel refers to a buried conduit that encloses a material conveyor. The conduit is used to transport aggregate, sand, coal or other minerals from a central stock pile to an off loading location. These material stock piles can be as tall as 80’ high. Reclaim Tunnels will normally have hopper openings to allow flow of the

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*Not Quite Everything****More of a RefresherWhat exactly is liquid limit? What does plasticity actually mean? What’s the cut-off between a gravel and a sand? We can pretty much blame three people for the majority of the soil classification terminology used in civil engineering today: a Swedish fellow named Albert Atterberg, and two

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A key element in the process of selecting a choice for culverts or buried bridge type structures is the determination of appropriate shapes and sizes of structure to fit a given site application. While this might seem a fairly innocuous task, it actually brings into play a number of practical and functional issues and concerns related to the

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There are a whole lot of different types of pipes and pipe joints used in the civil engineering industry.  This blog will focus on those associated with sanitary sewer, storm sewer and drainage applications.  What are the different ratings?  How are they defined?  How are they quantified or tested?  All good questions.  I will be referencing mostly

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