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.
Senior Project Manager Thomas Strnad, PE, discusses the rehabilitation of the East Rock Road Bridge in New Haven, Connecticut, in this STRUCTURE magazine article.
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.
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.
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.
In part 1 of this series, Associate Vice President Dave Maune explains how the National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA) was conducted.
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.
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.
Meg Bower addresses the importance of the rehabilitation of the country's inmate population.
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.
Dmitry Smirnov shares how high-resolution weather model ensembles can be used to improve operational flood threat guidance.
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).
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.
Lt. Col. Cullen Jones shares insights he gained during his U.S. Army Training with Industry fellowship at Dewberry.
Devin Keeler discusses Dewberry's role in the planning and design of the University of Virginia's irrigation, underdrains, new soil media, underground pump station, and underground meter vault for their new student recreation space.
Mike Lutz and Alan Pratt discuss the innovative approach used to solve the Parker Water and Sanitation District's growing demands with the Rueter-Hess Water Purification Facility.
Dewberry's Associate Vice President Steven Kuntz had his article, "Honoring the Past," published in Roads & Bridges. The article discusses Dewberry's role in the design and construction of the new Freedmans Village Bridge, which replaced the deteriorated Washington Boulevard Bridge over Columbia Pike.
Dewberry is featured for sponsoring two Department of Defense Training with Industry (TWI) participants, the first of whom split time between service departments, while the second is focusing on strategic planning.