Posts tagged with "flood protection"
This quarter, HR Green is focusing on the concept of resilience and how municipalities recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. Communities are much better positioned to deal with disasters, retain a healthy position and regain normalcy when properly prepared. There are few natural disasters more devastating than flooding. Water, a vital life-force,
City of Des Moines, IA selects HR Green to provide Professional Engineering Services for the Replacement of Two Major Stormwater Pump Stations
The City of Des Moines recently selected HR Green to provide preliminary site investigation and conceptual design services for the replacement of two major stormwater pumping stations in the downtown area.
EPA Section 319 funded Carpenter Creek Stream Restoration and Flood Reduction Design/Build Project broke ground on Monday Oct. 12, 2015. A Design/Build team of HR Green, Inc. and Applied Ecological Services, Inc. was chosen by Carpentersville, IL for this unique multi-use federally funded Project.
HR Green is pleased to announce its continuing relationship with the city of Coralville, Iowa to complete flood control measures in the wake of the devastating June 2008 Iowa River flood. HR Green has been selected to complete design, construction administration, and resident engineering services for the city’s next phase of the flood mitigation system.
The Cedar Rapids City Council approved a program management and engineering contract with HR Green to perform design work on the City’s $570 million flood-protection project.
Liberty, Texas has picked HR Green to undertake a wastewater collection system evaluation resulting in a preliminary engineering report (PER). The collection system in Liberty was inundated this past Spring (2015) due to frequent intense rainfall and subsequent flooding of the Trinity River.
HR Green and Inter-fluve examined hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and existing infrastructure at what is now Minnehaha Creek Preserve in St. Louis Park, MN. The team developed concept designs for restoring a sinuous stream channel, improving wetland and floodplain function, improving site recreation, trail connectivity and integrating stormwater management Best Management Practices.
HR Green Inc. has been chosen by the City of Ladue, MO for a stormwater needs assessment study — the first phase of a three-phase storm water program.
The City of Houston authorized HR Green, Inc. to begin work on final design plans, specifications and cost estimate for the third phase of a drainage improvement project that will provide drainage relief for for a 1,070 acre fully developed part of the city known as Midtown and Montrose, one of the earliest sections of the city to be developed.
he Cedar Rapids City Council approved a program management and engineering contract with HR Green, Inc. to perform design work on the City’s $570 million flood-protection project.