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Yes, You CAN Change How Someone Drives
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Yes, You CAN Change How Someone Drives

Read this if you're thinking of putting cameras on vehicles and your drivers are... More

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Water and Wastewater Expansions

From delivery method selection, construction sequencing, and service maintenanceto startup, building or expanding a water or wastewater facility is daunting. More

Triad Award Winner: Pena Boulevard
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Triad Award Winner: Pena Boulevard

After years of patchwork and repairs, Pena Boulevard near Denver International... More

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Save $65 on an expert panel discussion: Feb. 5

We invite you to meet the winners of an annual award honoring publicly owned projects at a luncheon on Thurs., Feb. 5, in Las Vegas. This year’s Triad Award recipients demonstrate innovative use of portland limestone cement (PLC). More

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$250 million water project breaks ground

When completed in 2017, the 13-billion-gallon reservoir will help secure water supply for a drought-prone Texas region. More

How to save 25% on a wayfinding program
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How to save 25% on a wayfinding program

Not involving public works from the beginning will increase costs. More

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CH2M HILL selected as program manager on the Miami-Dade Ocean Outfall Legislation Program

Program will eliminate wastewater from being discharged to ocean and boost the local economy by creating new jobs. More

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Texas city extends wastewater contract into 2021

Third extension since ’96 means Stephenville, Texas partnership will span 25 years. More

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16 chosen for national public works training program

Open only to public works professionals with less than 10 years of experience, the year-long Emerging Leaders Academy provides intensive leadership and management training. More

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Florida water agency selects CH2M HILL for Everglades rehabilitation project

The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) recently awarded CH2M HILL a contract to provide professional engineering services as part of an $880 million plan to restore the Everglades. More

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