Publications

  • February 2018 | CorrectionalNews

    Facility of the Month: Advancing the Mental Health Discussion

    Bruce Henley

    With mental health treatment on the rise in the design of correctional facilities, Bruce Henley discusses how the design of the Tulsa County Jail in Oklahoma, meets the needs of inmates across the mental health spectrum.

  • January 2018 | FacilitiesNet

    How To Optimize BAS To Improve Efficiency

    Troy Windom and Janelle H.Griffin

    Troy Windom and Janelle H. Griffin discuss what it means to improve efficiency in building automation systems.

  • January 2018 | Water Resources IMPACT

    FloodCast: A Framework for Enhanced Flood Event Decision Making for Transportation Resilience

    Mat Mampara, Caroline Whitehead, and Alaurah Moss
    Mat Mampara, Caroline Whitehead, and Alaurah Moss discuss "FloodCast," a collaborative project led by a Dewberry research team to improve flood planning and risk management and reduce flooding impacts on transportation infrastructure.

    [The January 2018 Water Resources IMPACT is available for free download at www.awra.org.]
  • January 2018 | Consulting-Specifying Engineer

    Sizing Domestic Water Pipes

    Emmett Willis

    In this article, Emmett Willis discusses the value of analyzing local code, available water pressure, fixtures, and a host of other factors when sizing pipes for nonresidential buildings.

  • Winter 2017/2018 | NC Currents

    Advances in Bathymetric Survey Technology

    Timothy Rudolph and Keith Ludwig

    Technology for conducting bathymetric surveys has advanced significantly in recent years. In this article, Timothy Rudolph and Keith Ludwig discuss these advances and how data acquisition can be achieved through safe and accurate measures.

    Courtesy NC Currents

  • December 2017 | Parks and Rec Business

    Neighborly Design

    Daniel Atilano and Brian Meade
    Daniel Atilano and Brian Meade describe the design choices made for the replacement of the building and garage for the Glenview Park District’s Park and Facility East Maintenance Facility, helping restore a sense of normalcy in the community after a fire destroyed the original buildings.
  • November 2017 | Roads & Bridges

    Weeding the Garden: NJTA Continues to Upgrade Historic Parkway

    Manuel Vera Caraballo and Lamis Malak

    Associate Manuel Vera Caraballa and senior highway engineer Lamis Malak discuss the New Jersey Turnpike Authority's continued upgrading of the 172-mile Garden State Parkway, including two new mainline bridges and major structural rehabilitation.

    [Note: This article was corrected in the online version of Roads & Bridges to correctly note the client as the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA)] 

  • October 2017 | Engineered Systems

    HVAC Systems in Hospitals

    Dan Koenigshofer and Pavel Likhonin
    In this Engineered Systems article, Dan Koenigshofer and Pavel Likhonin provide an overview of the standards used by engineers to design HVAC systems in hospitals and address two design priorities: air quality and comfort.
  • October 2017 | Roads & Bridges

    Heading West

    Ronald Jakominich
    Associate Vice President Ronald Jakominich gives an update on the Dulles Corridor Metrorail project Phase 2.
  • October 2017 | Consulting-Specifying Engineer

    Building Efficient Colleges and Universities

    John Teeter

    John Teeter discusses current trends and those yet to come in the design of college and university structures; the challenges he faces when designing college and university facilities; and the unique elements when retrofitting such facilities.

  • Fall 2017 | Licensed Architects

    What Industrial and Institutional Clients Want: Architects Discuss Trends

    In this Licensed Architects article, Brian Meade discusses the latest trends for institutional and industrial design projects.

  • September 2017 | Engineering, Inc.

    Eye on the Storm

    Samuel Greengard

    Senior Vice President John Boulé is quoted in this Engineering, Inc. article discussing the role engineering firms have played in repairing and rebuilding infrastructure after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Atlantic Coast, and how a culture of resilience has started to form.

  • September 2017 | civil + structural ENGINEER

    Protecting Florida's Springs

    Debby Preble

    In this civil + structural ENGINEER article, Senior Associate Debby Preble addresses the significance of Florida’s freshwater springs and discusses the various spring restoration projects we’re involved in.

  • September 2017 | Roads & Bridges

    Chain Island: New Route Connects Poinciana to Other Key Parts of Florida

    Kevin Knudsen
    In this Roads & Bridges article, Vice President Kevin Knudsen discusses our role on the Poinciana Parkway design-build project, and addresses the challenges of designing and constructing this 10-mile roadway network in Poinciana, Florida. Click here to read the article on Roads & Bridges' website.
  • September 2017 | Journal of the New England Water Works Association

    Bringing New Life to an Old Supply, One Well at a Time

    Peter Calderazzo
    Senior project manager Peter Calderazzo and Christopher Kilbridge discuss the replacement of failing wells in the Town of North Attleborough, Massachusetts, using innovative approaches to satellite well locations.
  • August 2017 | NC Currents

    The Future of Water Reuse and Population Growth

    Amir Hadjimiry

    In this NC Current’s article, Amir Hadjimiry discusses the importance of developing long-term, sustainable conservation methods for water in order to meet the inevitable high demands of the growing global population.

  • 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.