Here are the most read features from Public Works magazine in 2013. Let us know what your favorite stories from 2013 are on Facebook or Twitter!

Head honchos
Meet the profession’s ‘Top 10’ managers.
Stephanie Johnston and Kelley Lindsey

2013 salary survey: Picking up the pieces
Team building in an era of diminishing expectations.
Stephanie Johnston

Horizontal directional drilling for gravity sewers
City’s satisfied with process that consistently achieves slopes of less than 1%.
John Coogan

Your future with EPA’s new stormwater regulation
First in a series on satisfying the agency’s farther-reaching permitting requirements.
Jon Sorensen

Turning pipelines into power generators
Energy performance contracts deploy new type of in-pipe turbine to generate electricity from gravity water pipes.
Jennifer Allen Newton

Trendsetters: Mothers of invention
Four readers who have tweaked tools and equipment to get more done with less.
PUBLIC WORKS staff

Contracting a methane gas extraction system
Engineering and installing extraction wells requires expertise that virtually all owners contract out. Here’s what these specialty contractors do and why.
Jerry Soto

Disney and urban design
The mighty mouse’s public works department roars.
Kelley Lindsey

Using GIS to meet accessibility requirements
How one city is using a geodatabase to update and/or install 15,000 curb ramps by 2017.
Jim Baumann

Takin’ it to the streets
Three departments use National Public Works Week to develop future employees.
Kelley Lindsey