Design & Construction of Water and Wastewater Facilities

July 28, 2022 | 2:00 PM ET | USA

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This is part four of a four-part series on geotechnical and environmental considerations for various civil engineering projects. Part Four will be an in-depth seminar on geotechnical considerations for design and construction of water and wastewater projects. The presentation will discuss the geotechnical requirements as they relate to building various underground utilities (water lines, storm sewers, etc.).
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The summer months are a marathon of construction, repairs and maintenance for owners, contractors and other stakeholders managing facilities and infrastructure components. The summertime offers longer days, warmer weather and fewer scheduling challenges for decision-makers in all sectors, especially for K-12 facilities whose student populations drop dramatically.

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The summer months are a marathon of construction, repairs and maintenance for owners, contractors and other stakeholders managing facilities and infrastructure components. The summertime offers longer days, warmer weather and fewer scheduling challenges for decision-makers in all sectors, especially for K-12 facilities whose student populations drop dramatically.

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