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The State of Water Infrastructure [eBook]

In this eBook, SEH water and wastewater experts share 8 trends that are re-shaping the industry, challenges and the actionable steps you can take.
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The Amazing World of Interchange Designs

From diamonds and roundabouts to cloverleaves and directional stacks – each interchange type offers its own unique benefit.
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How This Project Team Planned a Safer Drive by Preventing Falling Rocks

Keeping drivers safe is the top priority in areas where falling rocks can cause hazardous situations for motorists.
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6 Strategies to Promote New Perspectives

As the world changes, effective community engagement has become more important.
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The Top 10 Reasons to Start Using UV Curing

Cities now have an additional tool to rehabilitate utility mains located in hard-to reach spaces.
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How 4 Communities one DOT a Rail Authority a Utilities Commission and a Taconite Mine Worked Together to Move a Highway

Per a 1960 agreement, the State of Minnesota had to move Highway 53 so a nearby taconite mine could exercise its right to continue operations.
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How to Reconstruct a Downtown Business District without Shutting Down Access

Here's how Minneapolis reconstructed an urban thoroughfare with hundreds of businesses, 130,000 pedestrians and 120,000 cars.
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How the Urban Water Cycle Works

This fundamental system keeps fresh, clean water coming into our houses, and takes away the dirty stuff. But people might not realize what actually goes ...
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Past to Present: How Technology Changed the Architecture Industry

The technology available to architects today is much different than what was available during the 1960s.
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What Stinks? Making Sense of Your Community's Smells

Odors can come from many sources including industrial processes, animals, vehicles, nature and human activities. So what happens when a smell is reported ...
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This is how a team replaced a Historic Bridge with a 305-Foot 1-6 Million Pound Innovative Truss Span Bridge

The historic St. Anthony Parkway Bridge in northeast Minneapolis, built in 1925, was in dire need of replacement.
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Here's Why Water Mains Break

It’s a fact of life: water mains break.
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Water Wizard Tests Water Treatment Solutions Before Cities Invest Millions

John Thom has been investigating water for 53 years to help cities test drive which water treatment solutions might work before they invest millions in ...
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Driverless Vehicles Set to Change the Way We Design Our Roadways?

While their aerial counterparts are still primarily in the conceptual phase, the technology to not only build, market and sell but put driverless cars on ...
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5 Ways Remote Operating Vehicles Are Changing Water Tank Inspections

Water tank inspection can be cumbersome, time consuming and expensive, but remote operating vehicle (ROV) technology, are changing that.
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