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Just as any other technical industry in the 21st century, Civil Engineers are tasked with more than competence in the basic principles of their practice. They must master the latest technologies to produce plans that are useable by all trades and other professions working collaboratively to execute the project, they must maintain knowledge of an

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Last month, I was excited to present in a national webinar focusing on efficient design of storm sewer systems.  As part of the content, I shared a pipe technology that can be used as underground storage tanks for contaminated runoff and sanitary sewer – this information sparked several questions in the post webinar survey pertaining to floatation

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Relining existing pipes and culverts is becoming an increasingly popular means of addressing aging utilities.  The advantages of sliplining include the following: Minimal disruption of traffic Cost-effective in many cases when compared to replacement Potentially faster project completion Lower environmental impact versus replacementConventional

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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

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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

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