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Please join us in welcoming Naveen Chillara, PE. He joins our Water Resources Design Division as a senior project manager and water resources design engineer serving the Southeast Texas and Louisiana markets.

With more than 16 years of experience in water resources projects and coastal engineering services, Naveen will play an integral role in supporting existing client needs and expanding our services to a diverse client base throughout the region.

“Naveen has...

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Internships are your chance to get firsthand experience along with a taste for what the field will be like. Internships also let you try different disciplines. And they give you the chance to learn and make connections with those in your future field. If you’ve enjoyed a class or project in a particular area, look for an internship in that field.

Once you’ve made up your mind on what kind of internship to look for, the hunt begins. Here are...

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The National Hurricane Center predicted that Gordon would make landfall as a hurricane Tuesday night. Hurricanes Harvey (which inundated Houston in August 2017) and Maria (which devastated Puerto Rico last September) illustrated the destruction and disruption that storms can cause. Some of the damage is immediate, and some lingers for months and years. While storms can’t be controlled, taking precautions can help reduce risks and avoid injuries.

A rich...

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Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has announced that it received EPA approval of the draft general permit for Phase II (Small) MS4s on July 31, 2018. The public notice was published in the Texas Register and 13 newspapers across the state Friday, August 24, 2018. The draft permit and fact sheet have been released, initiating the 30-day public review and comment period (August 24, 2018-September 24, 2018).

TCEQ has stated that it is still trying to meet the...

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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has named Toby Baker as its new executive director.

Baker replaces Richard Hyde, PE, who retired at the end of March. Baker was appointed as a commissioner in April 2012 by then-Gov. Rick Perry.

“I am looking forward to bringing a unique perspective to the role of executive director,” Baker said in a press release. “My goal is to provide the commission with the best information, so they have what they need to make...

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As fall career fair season kicks into gear, recruiters will span the country seeking the next generation of talent. (We’d love to meet you: see where we’ll be this fall.) Here’s how you can prep before the fair’s doors open: 

  1. Research the companies on the attendees list and determine which you’re most interested in
  2. ...

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On Aug. 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas, as a Category Four hurricane. 

The extreme flooding across Houston and other areas of southeast Texas caused by Hurricane Harvey has made it the second most costly natural disaster in U.S. history, behind Hurricane Katrina. In response to the widespread damage and ongoing recovery efforts, the Texas Section of the American...

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Just as trees’ inner rings tell the story of their growth, their roots can reveal how quickly the earth is washing away around them. It’s critical information for addressing watershed problems.

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