Coastal Erosion: Where did the beaches go?

Florida is a state known for its beautiful sandy beaches. There are people that come from all over the world to partake in lounging around in the sand and the surf. Florida is also known for its torrential storms. For…

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Stormwater: A year in review

With the beginning of 2018 creeping up on us quickly, many of us take the time to reflect on the year that we just had. Businesses are no different, taking time to review both the positives and the negatives, take…

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Contaminated sites after Disasters

The 2017 hurricane season has been filled with destructive forces with the likes of Harvey, Irma and Maria. With the intense winds and record-breaking rainfall, civilians’ lives and the environment are equally affected. The latter cannot pick themselves up after…

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Slope Stabilization

Slope Stabilization Even slight slopes on a construction site can quickly get out of control if they are not protected from erosion. The force of water flowing across an area of unprotected soil increases significantly when the water is moving…

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Strain that Drain!

There are many ways that a construction site can ensure that sediment does not reach our waterways. One of the most obvious that you can immediately see when you visit a site is inlet protection. The main types of inlet…

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Irma You Left a Smell!

  There has been a foul smell in the air the last few days in the Orlando area, and throughout much of Florida as we work to clean up after Hurricane Irma, which bowled through the state early last week.…

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Hurricane Clean up

The storm has passed, and in the wake of Hurricane Irma, Florida is left with the clean-up. The storm left approximately 5.8 million homes and businesses without power, leading to the largest power restoration effort in history which is still…

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Formation of a Hurricane

Florida is particularly prone to tropical weather systems because it is surrounded on three sides by relatively warm water during the later months of the year. The part of the year between June 1st and November 30th is considered the…

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