2018 Annual Review

2018 Annual Review

Feature stories: Supporting communities, clients, and each other in the wake of Hurricane Michael’s category 5 devastation, our improvements for one of central Virginia’s most heavily used highways, implementing climate change guidelines to build for a more resilient future in New York City, unveiling of the fourth edition of the Land Development Handbook as well as a look at some of our notable projects and awards. 

Past Issues

2015 Annual Review: Spring 2016

2015 Annual Review: Spring 2016

An international design competition explores long-term sea level rise and flooding solutions along the East Coast, a new 18,000-square-foot library represents a significant step forward for a Midwest community's revitalization plans, and the final phase of a complex interchange improvement project in the mid-Atlantic gives residents a shorter, safer commute.


Winter 2016

Feature stories: See how the New Jersey Turnpike Authority reduced congestion with their largest expansion project in the agency's history, hear from Steve Kuntz on the importance of infrastructure funding and how states are responding to their transportation challenges, learn how our design expanded the Mayo Clinic's wellness center and reduced staff medical costs, and get Dan Williams' take on the evolution and trends of the oil and gas industry.


Fall 2015

Feature stories: A premier water treatment facility featuring first-in-nation technology helps a growing town in Colorado meet its drinking water demands in a sustainable way, Dewberry professionals update NOAA shoreline maps from Myrtle Beach to Long Island with lidar imagery, and we turn an existing landfill into a mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly retail space.


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.


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.


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.


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