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Tag Archive: Wisconsin

/News---Info/Blog/November-2014/Building-Blocks--How-All-Projects-Start-with-Great Steve Schmidt, PLS
A basic requirement for all successful civil engineering projects is surveying. If you’re not familiar, surveying is the technique of determining the relative position of different points on, above or beneath the surface of the land. The findings are then represented on a plan or map. 

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2014/Planning-a-Successful-Downtown Stephen Tremlett, AICP, CNU-A
Successful downtowns require continual effort to maintain their economic and social vibrancy. Having a downtown plan is a key component in supporting that effort.  Downtown plans include a vision statement and specific actions to improve the central commercial area, which can have buildings with urban character located close to the street and enhanced walkability for pedestrians.

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2014/How-Infrastructure-Affects-the-Job-Market Michael J. Statz, PE
The United States is in a decade-long decline of infrastructure spending, according to a report by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). But what some people don’t realize is there is a direct relationship between infrastructure and the creation of jobs.

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2014/Join-Us-at-the-Wisconsin-Wastewater-Operators--Ass Tom Fitzwilliams
The 48th Annual Wisconsin Wastewater Operators’ Association Conference is being held this week in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  The Conference will include pre-conference workshops, informative technical sessions, and fun events.  MSA will host three technical sessions throughout the week.  

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/News---Info/Blog/September-2014/Unique-Treatment-Tackles-Contamination Jayne Englebert, PG, CPG
Remediating soil contamination at a former dry cleaning business site in Wisconsin proved challenging because of the tight, silty clay soils and high contaminant concentrations.  Evaluation of several soil remedial options led to a unique, in-ground solid blending treatment that’s been used only a few times in Wisconsin and is less than half of the cost of other alternatives.

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