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February 2019
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In This Issue of SiteSolutions
Rooms to Go Expansion - Denton, Texas
ULTRA FLO Storm Sewer
Rooms to Go is one of the nation’s largest furniture stores. During the recent construction of a new location in Denton, Texas, a storm sewer system was needed that could handle the additional runoff from impervious surfaces. An ULTRA FLO® storm sewer system, manufactured by Contech Engineered Solutions, was selected as the optimal solution.
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Building Bridges
Lakeshore Boulevard - Cuyahoga County
Lakeshore Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio
BEBO and EXPRESS Foundations Replace Deteriorating Structure
Since Lakeshore Boulevard is the main road through town, it was imperative that a replacement be quick and economical. Selected as the best solution was a precast BEBO® Bridge Concrete Arch System placed on EXPRESS® Foundations. 
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Pineview West Trail
Pineview West Trail
Eden, Utah
Continental Provides Safe Pedestrian Crossing
After flooding destroyed the original wood river crossing, the United States Forest Service replaced it with a Connector®-style Continental® Pedestrian Truss. It was selected for its cost effectiveness, easy installation and ability to withstand high waters.
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Avilla Centerra
Avilla Centerra
Goodyear, Arizona
CDS Hydrodynamic Separator Manages Stormwater
Aluminized Steel Type 2 and a CDS hydrodynamic separator were selected as the best solutions to manage, treat and store stormwater runoff at Avilla Centerra, a gated, multi-family community.
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Pipe Solutions Blog
When It's Too Close for Comfort
  When It's Too Close for Comfort
  One of the factors in determining the selection of a structure or structures to convey or store water is whether to use a single cell or multiple cell structures. The hydraulics and the economy of the solution are primary factors. While a single cell may be the more desirable option, the amount of headroom, or the vertical distance from the invert to the finished grade, may force a multiple cell solution.
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Stormwater Blog
Road Salts
  The Problem of Road Salts
  During the winter in the U.S., Departments of Transportation, state, local and city road crews spend approximately $2.3 billion annually to keep highways free of snow and ice, and roughly 20% of transportation department budgets goes towards winter road maintenance. Each year, over 19 million tons of road salt is spread over our highways, roads, parking lots and sidewalks to keep us safe.
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ASCE Interchange
Grow Your Career by Embracing Risk
In this episode of the ASCE Interchange, Thalia Valkanos, E.I.T., A.M.ASCE, a project engineer at CMA Engineers Inc., and former legislative correspondent in the U.S. Senate, shares her story on how embracing risk early in her career led her to success.
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Upcoming Events
Contech will be participating in the following events, and we invite you to visit us!
SME Mining in Denver, Colorado - February 23-26, Booth #1338
NASTT No Dig in Chicago, Illinois - March 16-20, Booth #526
Western Dam Safety in Westminster, Colorado - March 24-26, Booth #308
United States Society on Dams in Chicago, Illinois - April 7-11, Booth #1008
DBIA Wastewater in Cincinnati, Ohio - April 9-11, Booth #400
NACE in Wichita, Kansas - April 13-17, Booth #82

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