Tag: resiliency

Craig Wells

How Investments in Climate Resiliency Can Pay Off Later

Click here to read part 1 in our series about climate resiliency. Investments made now to make critical infrastructure more […]

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Mike Wayts

Reducing Flood Risks With a Citywide Watershed Master Plan

The City of Fayetteville recognized that fortifying for the future required taking a broad look at resilience. Now, they’re finding […]

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David Rivera

Course Correction on Farmers Branch Creek

Note: This article was featured in the June 2020 edition of the APWA Reporter. Read the e-edition here. Farmers Branch […]

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Krista Melnar

TWDB Continues Forward Progress on the Texas State Flood Plan

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) kicked off state and regional flood planning in Texas with the approval of rules […]

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Jeff Taylor

How Smart City Digital Linking Can Improve Disaster Management

Chuck Wolf, a water program manager in the Houston office who also teaches engineering at Texas A&M University, recently co-authored […]

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Trey Shanks

AWIA of 2018: How to Prepare an Emergency Response Plan

Note: This is the next part in a series about the AWIA of 2018 and how it affects you. Read […]

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Trey Shanks

AWIA of 2018: How to Start A Risk and Resilience Assessment

Note: This is the next part in a series about the AWIA of 2018. Read the previous posts: part one here, part […]

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Scott Hubley

How to Get Involved on Texas Flood Planning

Texas cities, counties and other public entities have an unprecedented opportunity this year to plan for and repair damages caused […]

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Trey Shanks

With Heightened International Tension, Are Utilities Prepared In Case of Cyberattack?

With increased likelihood of cybersecurity attacks from overseas, now underscores the importance for utilities to conduct risk and resilience assessments, […]

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Mark Evans

Comment Period Underway for $4.3B for Texas Flooding Infrastructure

The public has until Jan. 6, 2020, to comment on Texas’ action plan detailing the use of $4.3 billion for […]

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Tony Grubbs

Disaster Happens: Build Your Dam Emergency Response Plan on a Foundation of Preparation

As dam owners across the country have learned in dramatic fashion, disasters usually happen quickly though the conditions that cause […]

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Krista Melnar

Connect With Us at the TFMA Fall Summit

Catch our presentations below at the 2019 TFMA Fall Summit. Title: Hands-on HEC-RAS 2D WorkshopWhen: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]

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