Publications

  • 1st Quarter 2016 | Climate Change Business Journal

    2015 Climate Change Business Journal, Business Achievement Awards

    We were recognized for our 2015 efforts identifying climate impacts on infrastructure and other assets for our clients with an award from the Climate Change Business Journal in the Consulting and Engineering in Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience category. An article describing our award-winning work can be found in the attached publication.

  • February 2016 | Technology & More

    Measuring the Great One

    Dewberry helped assemble a team of four surveyors—led by Party Chief Blaine Horner—to scale the summit of Denali and secure its new elevation using modern GPS equipment.

  • January 2016 | The Military Engineer

    Mapping Alaska—America’s Last Frontier

    Col. David F. Maune, Ph.D., CP, CFM, PSM, PS, GS, SP, USA (Ret.)

    Dave Maune outlines the challenges, solutions, and benefits of digitally mapping the entire state of Alaska.

  • January 2016 | civil + structural Engineer

    First-in-Nation Technology Taps Renewable Water Supply: Dewberry-Designed Rueter-Hess Water Purification Facility Opens in Colorado

    We worked with Parker Water & Sanitation District to design a cutting-edge solution to solve Parker, Colorado’s long-term water needs.

  • January 2016 | Rumbles

    First in Nation Technology Taps Renewable Water Supply In Parker

    Alan Pratt, PE, and Mike Lutz, PE

    Alan Pratt and Mike Lutz share how we helped the Parker Water and Sanitation District convert rapidly declining groundwater into a renewable water supply with our cutting-edge design solution. © 2016, Rumbles, January. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission.

  • 2015 | Climate Change Business Journal

    Dewberry Takes on Sea Level Rise Challenges for Vulnerable Communities: Virginia, New York, and Florida Projects Highlight the Need for Long-term Strategies and Better Modeling

    Brian Batten is featured in an article discussing our work incorporating climate change for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Transportation Research Board, New York State, and the City of Virginia Beach.

  • December 2015 | Correctional News

    Looking Back, Looking Ahead

    Meg Bower

    Meg Bower, AICP, LEED AP BD+C, reflects on societal and industry shifts from 2015 and how she predicts correctional facilities will adapt.

  • December 2015 | Correctional News

    Correctional Security in the Age of Drones

    Tim Smith

    Tim Smith, RCDD, RTPM, expands on drones, their ability to become a threat to correctional facilities, and his outlook on types of technology needed to prepare for this potential threat.

  • December 2015 | Roads & Bridges

    Roaring Ahead: Scranton, Pa. Decides to Replace Historic Bridge

    Associate Gary Frenette, P.E., C.B.S.I.

    We performed a comprehensive condition survey determining the deterioration of the 93-year-old Harrison Avenue Bridge, convinced the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to construct a replacement bridge, designed the new bridge and adjacent Duffy Park renovation, and held a series of public involvement meetings to develop consensus on the project. Our bridge design is three-quarters of the original size, has formed relief and recesses in a pattern similar to the original, and has period-style metal fencing and lighting.

  • Fall 2015 | NC Currents

    What is Trenchless Technology?

    Steve Hilderhoff, PE

    Steve outlines the many elements involved in trenchless construction, rehabilitation, and condition assessment. (Courtesy of NC Currents magazine)

  • Fall 2015 | NC Currents

    Steve Hilderhoff: A Passion for Engineering

    Steve Hilderhoff is profiled in the Fall 2015 issue of NC Currents magazine sharing his personal story about how he became an engineer, engaged in engineering professional associations, and has continued a passion for his work. (Courtesy of NC Currents magazine)

  • October 2015 | American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Climate Change Briefing

    Bonner Bridge: Ensuring Connectivity and Resilience on North Carolina's Coastal Barrier Islands

    Beth Smyre is featured in this article discussing the unique coastal monitoring approach being used to make an ecologically sensitive stretch of the North Carolina barrier islands more resilient as part of the Bonner Bridge replacement project. The article was highlighted as part of AASHTO's Climate Change Briefing, a product of the AASHTO Resilient and Sustainable Transportation Systems program.

  • October 2015 | COMMERCE Magazine

    Extreme Weather, the New "Normal," is Creating Challenges and Opportunities

    Miles Z. Epstein, Editor

    Craig Johnson, president northeast region, explains how we have turned challenges into opportunities in this editorial piece on environmental business. Challenges included placing numerous staff to oversee the debris cleanup after Hurricane Sandy and Irene, both on land and in waterways. Opportunities included resiliency projects to provide long-term protection to the Red Hook area of Brooklyn and the Hoboken waterfront.

  • September 2015 | COMMERCE Magazine

    Leadership: New Jersey's Top CEOs Discuss How to Transform Potential into Profits

    CEO Donald E. Stone, Jr., P.E.

    CEO Donald E. Stone, Jr., P.E., shares his best practices for leading Dewberry as he is recognized as one of the top CEOs and business owners in New Jersey by receiving a Best Practice award from COMMERCE Magazine.

  • September 2015 | Autodesk.com Blog

    Autodesk Helps Washington, D.C. Meet Sustainability Goals

    Moiz Kapadia
    We are collaborating with Autodesk to build a sustainability model for Washington, D.C. The model will simulate the triple bottom line, provide benefits for the district’s infrastructure, and bring planned, green projects to its citizens. The model will also track metrics which will be shared across government agencies and eventually the public.
  • September/October 2015 | Army Engineer

    Training with Industry: The Regiment Brings Back a Time-Tested Program

    Capt. Kathryn A. Werback
    Capt. Kathryn A. Werback explains why the Engineer Regiment resurrected the Training with Industry (TWI) program in 2014, the benefits of the program, lessons learned during her time with Dewberry, and her hopes that TWI expands in the future.
  • September 2015 | Stormwater Magazine

    Preparing for the Next Katrina: Lessons in resilience at the 10-year anniversary of the hurricane

    Michael Walsh, vice president of water resources and coastal resiliency at Dewberry and retired former commander of the Mississippi Valley Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, discusses what happened during Hurricane Katrina and his insight from the experience, including how resiliency has changed and helps us better prepare for the next event. To view the article, a free signup is required at login.
  • September 2015 | Correctional News

    The Green Standards in Corrections

    Meg Bower

    Meg Bower, AICP, LEED AP BD+C, explains how new tools, opportunities, and industry standards are supporting sustainable design in corrections facilities.

  • September 2015 | Correctional News

    Tulsa County Jail Makes Mental Health A Priority

    Lindsay Coulter

    Richard Davidson, AIA, and Jeff Purtell are featured in this article discussing how our two-pronged approach, aided by added safety and sustainability features, will help Tulsa County Jail better meet the mental health needs of their inmate population.

  • July/August 2015 | Transportation Builder

    U.S. Route 9/Woodbridge Township, New Jersey

    Brian J. Atkinson

    Brian Atkinson, senior structural engineer in our Bloomfield, New Jersey, office, explains how we used accelerated bridge construction techniques to extend the life of a bridge in a mile-long section of U.S. Route 9 in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey.