In Spring 2017, the City installed nine CDS® hydrodynamic separators to meet their latest deadline for trash capture. The CDS is a hydrodynamic separator that uses swirl concentration and continuous deflective separation to screen, separate and trap trash, debris, sediment and hydrocarbons from stormwater runoff.
The Maine Department of Transportation replaced the existing vehicular bridge located on Bridge Street with a Keystone®style,Continental®Pedestrian Truss for its aesthetics and ability to blend well with the newly revitalized area.
DFW International Airport selected DuroMaxx® steel reinforced polyethlene (SRPE) pipe as the optimum collection, storage and treatment system. Runoff from the underground storage chamber is pumped to a treatment system constructed above.
When a canoe launch became unsafe due to the river repeatedly washing out the existing access road, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) installed ArmorFlex® mats to provide an improved approach to the ramp.
Don’t Bypass Good Design Part 1: Offline Vs. Online
Months of design, pages of specifications, and tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars may go into the design of a stormwater treatment system. So why do we spend so little time thinking about the flow control devices that make them work? This is part one of a two-part series on bypass design and focuses on external diversion structures as compared to treatment units with internal bypass capability.
Nonverbal Communication Speaks Volumes in the Workplace
In this edition of ASCE Interchange, learn why nonverbal communication is more important than what you say, as ASCE interviews United States Military Academy associate professor Brock Barry, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE.