Publications

  • March 2006 | Washington Building Congress The Bulletin

    Public-Private Project Delivery in the Commonwealth: A Designers' Perspective

    Dave Mahoney, PE, Dan Moore, AIA, and Dan Pleasant, PE

    In Virginia, the passage of the Public-Private Transportation Act (PPTA) and Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act (PPEA) has significantly altered how design and construction firms approach project delivery. Dewberry has been the lead designer on the first PPTA in Northern Virginia - Route 28 Corridor Improvements design-build contract.

  • 2006 | Inform Magazine, Virginia Society AIA

    Light-Filled in Loudoun

    Kim A. O’Connell

    Much more than a repository for books, the new Ashburn Library in Loudoun County, Virginia, doubles as a high-tech learning center and community gathering space.

  • November 2005 |

    Simplified Solutions for Groundwater Mounding Under Stormwater Infiltration Facilities

    Kaveh Zomorodi, PhD

    A number of Low Impact Development (LID) quantitative calculation tools that deal with surface water and groundwater were developed for New Jersey.

  • November 2005 |

    Revising the NRCS Sheet Flow Travel Time Equation for Flatlands

    Kaveh Zomorodi, PhD

    A new equation was developed to revise the NRCS equation to better predict sheet flow travel time for pervious relatively flat surfaces receiving the New Jersey design precipitation events (NRCS Type III storm distribution).

  • November 2005 |

    City of Petersburg, WV, Wastewater Plant: A Unique Low O&M Cost Facility for Nutrient Reduction

    Gary L. Nickerson, PE, Rodney A. Collins, Richard A. Harper,

    Case history of the Petersburg, WV, wastewater plant, a unique configuration of the oxidation ditch, which has demonstrated nutrient reduction potential without further significant capital improvements or addition of costly chemicals.

  • May 2005 |

    The Ethical Professional Engineer

    Sidney O. Dewberry, Chairman Emeritus, Board of Directors

    In a speech given to the 2005 graduating class of the Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering Department at George Mason University, Sidney O. Dewberry, PE, LS, discussed the ethical challenges that the graduates will face in their professional careers.

  • 2005 | BE Magazine (Bentley), Volume 2, Issue 1

    Protecting Infrastructure Against Attack

    Laurence W. Zensinger

    Three key measures needed in policy makers' and private infrastructure owners' most challenging security mission: to protect critical infrastructure.

  • September 2004 |

    Curve Number And Groundwater Recharge Credits for LID Facilities in New Jersey

    Kaveh Zomorodi

    A series of simplified tools were developed to quantify the impact of various LID facilities in controlling the runoff volume and providing groundwater recharge in New Jersey.

  • October 2003 | American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing Conference

    FEMA's Mapping and Surveying Guidelines and Specifications

    David F. Maune, PhD, CP, CFM

    Discussion topics include FEMA's standards for digital elevation data regardless of whether requirements are satisfied by LiDAR or other technologies such as photogrammetry or IFSAR.

  • October 2003 |

    Rehabilitation of Three East Pine Street Bridges

    P.J. Swanton

    Discussion about obstacles that were overcome during the rehabilitation of three span bridges to a single-span bridge over the canals on East Pine Street, Long Beach, New York.

  • July 2018 | Construction News

    40M Education Facility Offers Advanced Training Opportunities to Oklahoma State Medical Students

    Erica Bender
    The 84,000-square-foot A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Medical Academic Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is profiled for which Dewberry provided design services.