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This issue is a special one. On the following pages, we introduce our 2021 Class of Young Pros and our 2021 Industry Icon. These professionals have proven to be exemplary in the storm water and erosion control industry, and we are ecstatic to highlight…
This North Carolina project aimed to construct a storm water control measure wetland as well as realign a gravity sewer and a portion of the Indian Creek Greenway. The purpose is to build a storm water control measure to treat existing and future…
On March 3, the American Society of Civil Engineers announced its 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure.   The report card graded 17 categories, including drinking water, wastewater, roads and, for the first time, storm water. For its inaugural…
The 2021 Ohio Stormwater Conference is an annual conference dedicated to advance the knowledge and understanding of comprehensive storm water management for those dealing in all aspects of planning, design, implementation and regulatory compliance. The…
Geoff Brosseau, Storm Water Solutions’ 2021 Industry Icon, did not necessarily intend to have a career in storm water. For the first 10 years of his career, he was a marine biologist. When he was 32, he dipped his toes into storm water working at a small…
To help an industry progress and maintain, the professionals that make it up must be varied. Their passions and skills may be different, but together they make up and move an entire industry forward. Going forward, a new wave of leaders will be carrying…
Pacoima is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California. This community maintains a history tracing back more than 1,500 years, when the people indigenous to the area, known as Tataviams, meaning “People facing the Sun,” began establishing…
Despite its semi-arid climate, characterized by mild, moist winters and hot, dry summers, the area in and around Fresno, California, has experienced numerous flood events. From elevations reaching 5,000 feet in the Sierra-Nevada mountain range, streams…
Monday, August 20, 2018, began like any other day in the city of Middleton, Wisconsin. That quickly changed when between 11 and 13 inches of rain fell over the watershed in a 12-hour timeframe. This 1,000-year recurrence interval storm caused flooded…
The city of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is situated about an hour north of Nashville with an area of 39.7 square miles. The third largest city in the state of Kentucky, it has a population of approximately 70,000. This small MS4 program began requiring an…
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