ALT2 Corrugated Metal Pipe Minimizes Stormwater Footprint
When the City of Anacortes replaced Anacortes High School with a state-of-the-art facility, the site conditions required that the detention system be capable of containing large volumes of stormwater, but also needed to fit into restricted footprints. ALT2 corrugated metal pipe was selected as the best option for its efficient use of space, minimizing the footprint.
When the existing, wooden pedestrian bridge at Wright Park deteriorated beyond repair, Metro Parks decided to replace it with a steel structure that would reflect the park's history and beauty. A custom Continental® Pedestrian Truss was selected as the best solution.
When an existing culvert on US 68 needed to be repaired or replaced, the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Design decided that the best decision was to reline the pipe with ULTRA FLO Pipe-Arch spiral rib pipe.
Designing Stormwater Filtration Systems: Design Red Flags
With stormwater pollutant removal requirements increasing nationwide, the demand for robust filtration has also increased. Additional considerations for designing and specifying a properly functioning filter are classified as design red flags.
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Congress Poised to Tackle Infrastructure Legislation
In this edition of ASCE Interchange, Congressman Sam Graves (R-MO-6th), who currently serves as the chairman of the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit, as part of his role on the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, discusses several pieces of infrastructure.