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Three Ways to Improve Water Quality on a Street Reconstruction

Street reconstruction projects are major undertakings for cities large and small.
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Dirty to Developed: 4 Steps to a Successful Redevelopment Project

As the amount of land for new development decreases, particularly in urban areas around the country, the need to redevelop existing land has increased.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Public-Private Partnerships

If you’re short on budget, staff, time — or all three — a public-private partnership (P3) may be the tool you need to build your next facility. Here are ...
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How to Save Money at Your Wastewater Treatment Plant

Operating a wastewater treatment plant is expensive. Much of that expense comes from the energy it takes to run it.
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How One City Tackled Stringent New Wastewater Regulations

Faced with the one of the most stringent nutrient limits in Minnesota and seven years to comply, the City of Detroit Lakes made long-term plans for its ...
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SEH Opens Fredericksburg Office, Builds on 5+ Year Presence in Texas

SEH has opened a City of Fredericksburg office, building on the company's 5+ year presence in Texas.
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Why Your City Should Invest in Active Transportation and How to Get Started

Walking is good for your heart and biking can be fun, but what do they have to do with economic development?
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This DOT is Keeping Everyone Safer With a Wildlife Crossing

With some of the highest wildlife vehicle collisions in Colorado, CDOT implemented a unique approach in La Plata County that’s keeping people and animals ...
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Wisconsin Community Taking Unique Approach to Land Development

A growing land development trend has found fertile ground in Southeast Wisconsin.
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3 Tips for Identifying Waste in Land Development Master Plans

By considering alternative site layouts and working closely with the engineering consultant from the beginning, developers can become more efficient.
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3 Simple Tips to Consider When Tackling an Infrastructure Project

Here’s three tips for creating the most value when upgrading aging infrastructure.
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To Salt or Not to Salt: That Might Not be The Question

Road salt has been used to combat icy roads for decades. But, are there other ways to keep drivers safe in the winter?
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A View From the Top, Part 2: New Vistas and Important Water Tower Maintenance Tips

SEH water tower inspector Jana Nyhagen brings us along as she inspects water towers and shares some advice on properly maintaining your tanks.
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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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