To Fix Sewers, City Must First Rebuild Its Streams

By: DOMINIQUE MARIA BONESSI, WYPR • SEP 26, 2017 The recently revised sewage collection consent decree requires Baltimore to replace aging sewer pipes by 2030. But first, the city needs to rebuild streams whose banks have eroded over time. About 10 to 20 feet behind the single-family row houses on Flannery Lane in northwest Baltimore is Powder Mill […]
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Underwood & Associates wins Two National Bubba Awards

Once again this year U&A provides the award winning national leadership for restoring water resources to good health. This is the 3rd year running that our work was chosen as THE outstanding work in both categories from the Chesapeake Stormwater Network First Place  2017 Best Stream Restoration North Cypress Branch Stream and Wetland Restoration This project used […]
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Ecological Engineer Talks About Central Sanitation RSC

We are excited to share this video, provided by the Chesapeake Stormwater Network, showcasing our Ecological Engineer, Joe Arrowsmith,  discussing the Central Utility Operations Stormwater Management and Stream and Wetland Restoration Project. Joe explains fundamental concepts imperative to understanding the RSC design.  
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Pines on the Severn Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On Tuesday, September 22, the Pines on the Severn Community Association held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the living shoreline project! Congratulations to everyone who made Pines on the Severn possible!
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