Posts tagged with "improved drainage"
HR Green’s Bridget Osborn, PE, has been named to the 2016 class of New Faces of Engineering by DiscoverE. Since 2003, DiscoverE has presented this award to honor the work of up-and-coming engineers who are making their mark on their industry. This award is recognized as a top honor for young engineers by their peers in the engineering community.
Minnesota Brownfields has awarded the City of St. Paul Department of Parks & Recreation its 2015 Community Impact Award for the Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary. The Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) and City of St. Paul selected the team of HR Green and Inter-Fluve to conduct a feasibility study, develop concept plans and final design, complete three construction bid packages and provide construction oversight for the Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trail.
Aurora, Illinois representatives officially opened the bridges carrying Indian Trail Road across the Fox River. HR Green provided design engineering to widen the two existing bridges carrying Indian Trail Road over the east and west branches of the Fox River. Scope consists of deck replacement with in-kind substructure widening.
Following damage sustained during high flow events in the spring of 2013, a stream assessment concluded that ongoing stream bank erosion and failure in the lower reaches required repair.
International Plaza Drive is a collector roadway in the northern section of the City of St. Ann that serves as a major entry point into the City. Innovative water quality measures were used to address the water quality requirements of the project.
The City of Town & Country, Missouri adopted a policy and an associated ongoing program to alleviate drainage problems that have had a detrimental affect on both public infrastructure and private properties.