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Winter 2017

Winter 2017

Feature stories: Responding to the historic flooding that southern Louisiana experienced in August 2016, an interactive tool to predict future flood hazards, and Dewberry partners with North Carolina State University to pilot a persistent commissioning℠ (PCx℠) program.

Past Issues

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Summer 2015

Feature stories: A new government building in Northern Virginia earns top scores for energy efficiency, Dewberry professionals help shape the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure's Business Case Evaluator tool for stormwater management, and a six-page spread contains the firm's second annual corporate sustainability report.

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2014 Annual Review: Spring 2015

Feature stories: A new adult detention facility and sheriff’s administration building relieves overcrowding in California, a multinational real estate investment and development group brings active living neighborhoods to Central Florida, and employees are highlighted for their local work promoting STEM in education.

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Winter 2015

Feature stories: Cheryl Ulrich highlights the importance of having a clear framework for sustainable ecosystem management, the southeastern shore of Staten Island, New York, becomes the focus of a major beach restoration, and a brand new fire station in the mid-Atlantic incorporates sustainable and environmental practices.

Fall 2014

Fall 2014

Feature stories: Rachel Vandenberg shares her insights on the growing intermodal transportation industry, new projects underway at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa mark more than 40 years of continued growth, and a GIS-based model allows for address-specific wildfire risk analysis.

Summer 2014

Summer 2014

Feature stories: Dewberry announces its new energy solutions group, resilience meets sustainability in a prospective project beneath the National Mall, and Bradley University's historic Westlake Hall earns LEED Gold® certification.

2013 Annual Review: Spring 2014

2013 Annual Review: Spring 2014

Feature stories: A new stem cell transplant center opens in Philadelphia, designs begin on a much-needed water pipeline in Virginia, and bringing Alaska's maps up-to-date becomes one of the top priorities of the U.S. Department of the Interior.

 
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