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Houston-area water authority continues work on flood control project

October 28, 2021 at 10:30 am 0 comments

Clear Lake City Water Authority (CLCWA) completed work on Phase 3A of Exploration Green, a massive 178-acre flood control project in southeast Houston. The water authority also selected SERCO Construction Group, Ltd. to construct Phase 3B of the project. Exploration Green, named in honor of the community’s local exploration legacyRead More

Activity 540 SBM provides CRS credit for inspections of storage basins. Credit: LAN.

Integrating Asset Management and the Community Rating System

December 18, 2020 at 2:07 pm 0 comments

By Tak Makino Asset Management Infrastructure asset management is gaining widespread acceptance as a best management practice. Simply put, infrastructure asset management is the set of practices that balance the costs of operations and maintenance of public infrastructure with desired levels of service and a tolerable degree of risk. Asset managementRead More

City of Houston, partners to build new 75 MGD transmission line

City of Houston, partners to build new 75 MGD transmission line

May 11, 2020 at 10:04 am 0 comments

The City of Houston is partnering with seven cities and water authorities to build a new southeast transmission line that will transmit up to 75 million gallons a day (MGD) of surface water from the Southeast Water Purification Plant. The new 54-inch water line, which will be completed in 2025,Read More

San Marcos, Texas, awards contract to LAN to mitigate flooding

San Marcos, Texas, awards contract to LAN to mitigate flooding

January 27, 2020 at 10:52 am 0 comments

The Purgatory Creek Channel Improvements project is moving forward with the City of San Marcos, Texas. The city recently awarded a contract to civil engineering firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) to start work on the project’s next design phase. Purgatory Creek carries flow from the entire Purgatory watershedRead More

Setting Stormwater Rates Using Machine Learning

Setting Stormwater Rates Using Machine Learning

December 18, 2019 at 11:39 am 0 comments

City of Mineral Wells, Texas, Uses Image Classification in Stormwater Rate Study By Tak Makino The City of Mineral Wells, Texas, is a community of approximately 15,000 people west of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The city has experienced numerous floods in recent years, including significant damage in the 2015 Memorial DayRead More