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February 2022
Cortez Plaza East
Cortez Plaza East
Bradenton, Florida
DuroMaxx Replaces Deteriorating Storm Sewer System
After sink holes began to appear at the Cortez Plaza East shopping center, a new storm sewer system was needed. The improvement plan included the replacement of the existing system with sections of open channel, two bridge crossings and a new, triple DuroMaxx® SRPE storm sewer system.    
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Building Bridges
East Montpelier Trails
Montepelier, Vermont
Continental Restores Trail System
After a railroad bridge was removed, a Continental® Pedestrian Truss was the best solution to cross the Winooski River and restore the connection within the East Montpelier Trail system.
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Beaverton Stormwater Treatment Facility
Beaverton, Oregon
StormFilter Treats Stormwater

Foreseeing a revitalization of its downtown, the City of Beaverton is taking a proactive role by providing stormwater treatment within two drainage areas. In this area, the solution includes two vaults. The first is used to facilitate sedimentation while the second is a custom Panel Vault Stormwater Management StormFilter to provide media filtration. 

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Pipe Solutions Blog
  Last Look

Projects have many phases throughout their lifespan from the time of their initial conception until their completion. Over the course of the design, they may span months or even years with permitting, procurement, installation, and inspection work associated with the project. Great attention is paid to ensure that each facet of the project is carried out in an accurate, timely and cost-effective manner. Once final approval and payment is made, we often consider it “case closed” and move on to other work.

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Stormwater Blog
  5 Components of a High-Flow Bioretention System

To understand the physical and biological processes in a high-rate biofiltration system, it’s necessary to look at how each system component contributes to pollutant removal and flow management. In this blog post, we will take a look at its components: mulch, engineered media, plants, stone and underdrain, and a containment structure.



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Harnessing Renewables in a Changing Energy Landscape
According to ASCE’s “2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure,” renewable energy sources accounted for the largest portion of new generating capacity in 2020 and are on track to increase significantly between now and 2023. Youn Sim, principal engineer at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, discusses the surge of renewables in energy infrastructure.
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Upcoming Events
Contech will be participating in the following events, and we invite you to visit us!
ASDSO Dam Safety in West Layton, Utah - February 15-18, Booth #15
MINEXCHANGE SME Annual Conference & Expo in Salt Lake City, Utah - February 27-March 2, Booth #1002
NASTT No-Dig Show in Minneapolis, Minnesota - April 10-14, Booth #733
U.S. Society on Dams Conference in San Diego, California - April 11-15, Booth #613
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