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November 25, 2020 | Allison Keir

Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems: A Fresh Approach

In the last five years sustainability has quickly become a major development in urban drainage design, across the globe. For years, engineers have been experiencing the limitations of traditional pipe, pit and tank drainage. Traditional “gray” infrastructure is effective, but is also costly and disruptive to natural environments, plus deteriorating assets require constant maintenance. Now, they are looking for a more flexible, sustainable approach.
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August 30, 2021 | Ryan Brown

5 Ways InfoWorks ICM Can Help You Work More Efficiently

There are numerous ways that InfoWorks ICM can help you work more efficiently. From model development and simulation runs, ICM is designed to help the user streamline ongoing projects and data intake. It provides a digital representation of the natural and constructed environment surrounding your sewer and stormwater networks, above and below ground so that you can confidently manage your systems. Read this blog to learn about 5 ways InfoWorks ICM can help you work more efficiently:
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November 1, 2021 | Tim Medearis

Investigating the Infrastructure, Investment, and Jobs Act for the Water Sector

While the Infrastructure, Investment, and Jobs Act seems very promising, we know that it can’t fix all our infrastructure problems overnight and so the greater question is how can engineers, modelers, consultants, and utilities make the most with this new funding and potential resources. Read this article to get answers on some of the basic questions about the Act...
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