• July 2017 | The Police Chief

    Public Safety Facility Design Requires a Careful Balance of Security and Hospitality

    Scott Harris

    Associate Principal Brian Meade contributed to this The Police Chief magazine article, discussing the unique planning process for public safety buildings and the benefits of working with a full services practice.

  • June 2017 | Penal Reform International

    Prisons and the Mentally Ill: Why Design Matters

    Dr. Marayca López and Laura Maiello-Reidy

    Bruce Henley, AIA, LEED AP and Meg Bower, MPA, AICP, LEED AP BD+C contributed to this report published by Penal Reform International and written by Dr. Marayca López and Laura Maiello-Reidy. The report explains how prison design can significantly improve the living conditions of mentally ill inmates, and discusses our work on the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center Expansion.

  • June 2017 | LiDAR Magazine

    Topo-Bathymetric Lidar on the Springs Coast of Florida

    Alvin Karlin, Amar Nayegandhi, and James F. Owens

    Vice President Amar Nayegandhi is a contributor in this LiDAR Magazine article, describing how we collaborated with Southwest Florida Water Management District to collect and process topobathymetric lidar data for a portion of the Kings Bay/Three Sisters spring system in Citrus County, Florida, to help determine the volume of material, algae, muck, and debris to be removed from King’s Bay.

  • May 2017 | LiDAR Magazine

    Combating Climate Change Effects of El Niño

    Elise MacPherson and Jillian Baylor

    Elise MacPherson and Jillian Baylor discuss how our geospatial team produced and processed new elevation models for the West Coast to update current federal topographical maps that are out-of-date due to the effects El Niño has had on ground conditions.

  • March/April 2017 | The Military Engineer

    Remapping the Atlantic Coastline

    Amar Nayegandhi

    Vice President Amar Nayegandhi discusses how we collected and processed 1,200 square miles of topobathymetric lidar data along the East Coast to enable accurate, consistent measurement of shoreline and nearshore elevation data following the extensive beach and dune erosion caused by Superstorm Sandy.

  • March/April 2017 | LiDAR Magazine

    National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA)–Part 3: The Cost-Benefit Analysis Process

    Dr. David F. Maune

    In part three of this series, Associate Vice President Dave Maune discusses how we conducted the cost-benefit analysis process of the National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA).

  • February 2017 | STRUCTURE magazine

    Restoring New Haven's East Rock Road Bridge

    Thomas Strnad

    Senior Project Manager Thomas Strnad, PE, discusses the rehabilitation of the East Rock Road Bridge in New Haven, Connecticut, in this STRUCTURE magazine article.

  • 1st Quarter 2017 | Climate Change Business Journal

    Dewberry Forecasts Continued Growth in Resilience Market

    Executive Vice President Michael Walsh, Associate Vice President Mat Mampara, and Senior Coastal Scientist Brian Batten forecast the continued growth in the resilience market in this Climate Change Business Journal Q&A.

  • January 2017 | Roads & Bridges

    Flying into Orlando

    Don Hammack

    Associate Vice President Don Hammack discusses the SR 417/Boggy Creek Road Interchange project, which has improved traffic conditions and created direct access to the Orlando International Airport.

  • January 2017 | LiDAR Magazine

    Why ASPRS is Key to Geospatial Professional Development

    Dr. David F. Maune

    Associate Vice President Dave Maune describes how his active participation in the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing has been a key to his career success.

  • December 2016 | LiDAR Magazine

    National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA)–Part 1: Project Management Plan

    Dr. David F. Maune

    In part 1 of this series, Associate Vice President Dave Maune explains how the National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA) was conducted.

  • October 2016 | LiDAR Magazine

    National Height System: Gravity vs. Geometry

    Dr. David F. Maune

    Associate Vice President Dave Maune touches on the history of national height systems and shares how, years from now, the lidar industry will be adjusting its processes to correctly use the refined gravimetric geoid model.

  • September 2016 | ASHE Scanner

    Central Florida Opens Four-level Interchange to Ensure Smoother Ride to Orlando International Airport

    Don Hammack and Ted Davidson

    Don Hammack discusses the design of the SR 417/Boggy Creek Road Interchange project, which is the first standard delivery project in the U.S. to incorporate curved precast concrete U-girders as the primary design.

  • September 2016 | Correctional News

    Correctional Rehabilitation: Recycle, Reduce, Reuse?

    Meg Bower

    Meg Bower addresses the importance of the rehabilitation of the country's inmate population.

  • September 2016 | MDPI

    Evaluation of Single Photon and Geiger Mode Lidar for the 3D Elevation Program

    Jason M. Stoker, Qassim A. Abdullah, Amar Nayegandhi, Jayna Winehouse

    Vice President Amar Nayegandhi collaborated on an article that discusses the evaluation of single photo and Geiger mode lidar for the U.S. Geological Survey's 3D Elevation Program.

  • September 2016 | The National Hydrologic Warning Council Transmission

    Using High-Resolution Ensemble Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts for Heavy Rainfall Prediction

    Dmitry Smirnov

    Dmitry Smirnov shares how high-resolution weather model ensembles can be used to improve operational flood threat guidance.

  • August 2016 | LiDAR Magazine

    LiDAR Products and Services for the USGS National Geospatial Program—Then and Now

    Dr. David F. Maune

    Associate Vice President Dave Maune discusses various U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) lidar product and service task orders for the National Geospatial Program, and the differences between then (1998) and now (2016).

  • August 2016 | Correctional News

    Finding a Solution: The New Mule Creek Infill Complex Helps the CDCR Meet Federal Mandates

    Jessie Fetterling

    The Mule Creek Infill Complex is featured as the facility of the month in this article by Correctional News. We served as the associate architect on this design-build project, responsible for housing design and security/technology.

  • July-August 2016 | The Military Engineer

    Becoming Better Partners with Industry

    Lt. Col. Cullen Jones

    Lt. Col. Cullen Jones shares insights he gained during his U.S. Army Training with Industry fellowship at Dewberry.

  • July 2016 | Environmental Science & Policy

    Risky business: Engaging the public on sea level rise and inundation

    Karen L. Akerlof, Katherine E. Rowan, Todd La Porte, Brian K. Batten, Howard Ernst, Dann M. Sklarew
    Dewberry's Brian Batten collaborated on a study that examined whether U.S. public opinion may become as sharply polarized on adaptation responses as it has been on mitigation policies. This article discusses the results from the study and the testing of the impact of a community deliberative event with small-group sea level rise discussions as a depolarization strategy.