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NOW THAT’S A STEEP SLOPE!

Skiers and children on sleds love a slope on a snowy day, while grounds keepers dread the slopes in mowing season. Slopes are part of our landscape, and we need to deal with them. This applies to the design of a culvert installation as well, particularly when the slope is going across the culvert side-to-side, as opposed to being along the length

Designing within Existing Infrastructure Constraints

As a kid, I always wanted to dig holes in the ground. My mom wouldn’t let me…mostly because it would make our yard look ugly, but perhaps, somewhere in the back of my mom’s mind she knew I was supposed to call 811 and verify if there were any utility lines in our yard. Now that I’m older and work for a company that manufactures and designs

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When to use DuroMaxx Steel Reinforced Polyethylene for Stormwa...

Corrugated Metal Pipe (CMP) is the construction material of choice for underground stormwater detention and infiltration projects. With its low cost, a wide variety of pipe diameters up to 144”, layout configurations and pipe coatings, CMP offers engineers the flexibility to develop solutions that can be sized and shaped to meet site-specific

Bound for Failure: Let’s avoid putting our worst foot forward ...

In the nearly 20 years that I’ve spent immersed in stormwater management matters (I’ve only actually gone in a couple of times), I’ve pondered many head-scratchers.  The proliferation of flawed policies, poor assumptions, questionable data and lack of enforcement have all been commonplace.  However, I have always been comforted by the fact that we

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