Pines on the Severn Featured on Front Page

Check out the newspaper article featured on the front page of the Capitol Gazette about our latest completed project Pines on the Severn! http://www.capitalgazette.com/…/ph-ac-cn-pines-0923-2015092…
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Bishopville Dam Removal and Habitat Restoration Project

Bishopville, MD In a cooperative venture with Maryland Coastal Bays Program and Maryland Department of Natural Resources, we designed and constructed a project that removed the sheetpile dam and replaced it with a system of weirs.   The dam has existed in various configurations since the 1870s along the Bunting Branch of the St. Martin River. […]
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BUBBA Awards First Place Winner!

Underwood and Associates, along with the District Department of the Environment Biohabitats, and Stantec, was voted the Best Urban BMP in the Bay Area for the Broad Branch Stream Restoration and Day-lighting and Linnean Park Tributary project! Check out the link here (http://chesapeakestormwater.net/the-bubbas/2015-bubbas-winners/) for more information on the winning project.  
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Three Projects Awarded Best Urban BMP in the Bay

The BUBBAs Awarded by the Chesapeake Stormwater Network (CSN) Underwood & Associates, along with our partners Anne Arundel County, South River Federation, and District Department of the Environment,  has been awarded three out of the seven categories for the following projectsThe winners of each category were chosen by the CSN committee but the top winner […]
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Maryland Therapeutic Riding Center

Crownsville, Maryland U&A has restored a one mile reach of an urban stream, retrofit stormwater ponds with impervious areas that exceeded 40% and removed a dam to restore streams and associated wetlands in a 13 square mile drainage area.  But one of the most challenging, yet immensely rewarding, project we successfully realized was a design […]
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Sarracenia leucophylla

Sarracenia leucophylla Keith Underwood has encompassed storm water management practices with his own home by planting a green roof.  A green roof is simply a garden full of vegetation atop a building. Green roofs provide a multitude of benefits that include green space, building insulation (which could ultimately lower heating and cooling costs),  prolonged roof […]
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Pines on the Severn

Annapolis, Md This design/build project is located in Severn Maryland along Chase Creek. The Pines on the Severn Community Association worked for nearly three years before it was completed in the summer of 2015. This project was sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources and the Severn Riverkeeper. The goals were to convert 400 linear feet […]
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Broad Branch

Daylighting & Restoration of Linnean Park Tributary, Washington, DC The restoration of the Linnean Park tributary and daylighting and restoration of Broad Branch are two linked projects located in Northwest, Washington DC.  The goal of this effort was to restore in-stream habitat and improve the urban hydrology of these two tributaries that flow to Rock […]
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‘A Step Beyond Sustainable’

By SUSAN KIM, For BizMonthly Published 08/6/2012 While geothermal systems and other eco-friendly energy sources might help us cause less damage to the Earth, fewer entrepreneurs are focused on restoring nature to its original pristine state, or launching businesses that actually feed energy back to the grid. Dave Feldman, executive director of Bethesda Green, keeps […]
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