Media Type: Blog Posts

Trooper Smith

Georgia Water Funding Applications Due Feb. 26

Water and wastewater infrastructure are endearingly labeled the offensive linemen of public works. Nobody knows about them until there’s a […]

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Jordan Skipwith

Current Drought Conditions in the United States

Drought conditions largely persisted across multiple regions of the United States this week. Overall, the nationwide Drought Severity and Coverage Index […]

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Jordan Skipwith

Climate and Drought Outlook for the United States

The December 2020 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) update indicated that overall, […]

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Mark Evans

Apply for Texas Revolving Fund Water Project Financing by March 3

Want your water project to be included in the initial Project Priority List for Texas’ SFY2022 State Revolving Fund? Freese […]

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Mark Evans

Apply by February for Texas SWIFT Funds for Your Water Infrastructure Projects

Don’t miss your opportunity to obtain low-cost water project funding with no maximum project funding limit! The Texas Water Development […]

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Mike Wayts

Morgan McIlwain Writes on Planning in APWA-NC Newsletter

Program Manager Morgan McIlwain in Raleigh wrote in the December APWA-North Carolina newsletter about the value of good planning in […]

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Selina Brandon Advises on Virtual Meetings in APWA Magazine

Selina Brandon, a Water Resource Design engineer in Houston active in the American Public Works Association, provided advice for professional […]

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Jeff Taylor

Laying Foundations for Port Freeport’s Progress

Over the past five years, Port Freeport has powered forward on an ambitious plan to broaden its role as an […]

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Wendy Shabay
Chance Sparks

Make Online Engagement Work for Your Community

When communities went into coronavirus lockdowns and canceled public meetings starting in March 2020, some cities were determined not to […]

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Murphy Parks

Grady Hillhouse Shares Dams Expertise in Texas WET Magazine

Thousands of small dams across Texas have outlasted their design life, need repair or replacement, and pose the risk of […]

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Todd Buckingham

OSU Features Partnership to Train Students on Sustainability

Our staff regularly serve as guest instructors to teach the basics of the Envision Rating System to design students at Oklahoma State University.

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Justin Oswald

Designing for Channels with Limited Space

Even when designing drainage improvements in a project with limited easement space, aesthetics remain important to a successful outcome. When […]

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