Resiliency describes an entity’s ability to be prepared for disruptive events, recover within a reasonable timeframe with minimal damage, and resume normalcy as quickly and smoothly as possible. MWRA’s... Read More
This is a reminder of the upcoming deadlines for America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (AWIA). The following is required by June 30, 2021: Public water systems serving 50,000 to 99,999 people must... Read More
Are you ready for this? What do we expect from 2021 in comparison to 2020? Not only did we have to deal with a pandemic, but the Atlantic hurricane season included 31 total cyclones, naming 30 of them.... Read More
Data capture demands are increasing. Cost and data management specialist Tristan Harvey-Rice shares steps client organizations can take to incentivize and help their suppliers provide accurate project... Read More
While the coronavirus pandemic may have driven a record drop in carbon emissions, we know that the climate is still changing and that we remain locked into a degree of warming, along with the associated... Read More
When it comes to infrastructure-led programs of major transformational change, establishing a shared operational culture is key. AECOM’s Colm Tully and Derval Cummins propose taking time to inhabit... Read More
The dedicated members of the Boston Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders have continued to volunteer countless hours designing new water supply systems, reaching out to many people to raise... Read More
As the nation further awakens to systemic racism, members of the water and wastewater industry must actively identify opportunities to build more inclusive environments for Black, Indigenous, and People... Read More
Infrastructure owners need to understand the condition of their assets to make informed decisions in managing them throughout their life cycle. Reality modeling, artificial intelligence (AI), and underwater... Read More
The MA Construction Bar has been waiting for a decision interpreting how strictly the Statute would be interpreted since it was first adopted ten years ago. This decision is thus a loud warning bell... Read More
According to the 2016 Climate Ready Boston report, 12,100 buildings, or over 10% of Boston’s total building stock, will be exposed to flooding by the year 2070. The Coastal Flood Resilience Design Guidelines... Read More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year has been extremely odd in the State and Federal Governments for legislative affairs. Although we still don’t expect to see a lot of movement until a vaccine is... Read More
Over the past few years, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technologies have begun to emerge in the Civil Engineering industry. Although AI is not equipped to address many aspects of Civil Engineering,... Read More
The City of Cambridge conducted a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCVA) in 2015 and 2017 to identify areas that are more susceptible to climate risks of flooding and extreme heat. From the... Read More
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