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New drinking water pipeline to serve southeast Houston metropolitan area (Source: Civil Engineering Source)

New drinking water pipeline to serve southeast Houston metropolitan area (Source: Civil Engineering Source)

By Jay Landers Faced with an aging drinking water transmission main approaching the end of its design life, Houston Public ...
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Professional Development During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

Professional Development During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

By Wayne Swafford The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped many aspects of our industry, including professional development. Once the pandemic struck, ...
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The River and the Highway: How an Interceptor Failure Produced Solutions (Source: Underground Solutions)

The River and the Highway: How an Interceptor Failure Produced Solutions (Source: Underground Solutions)

By Reyna Johnson and John Van Hoosier Very few are unacquainted with the truth of Murphy’s Law: “What can go ...
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Tunneling Challenges on Houston’s Northeast Transmission Line (Source: Tunnel Business Magazine)

Tunneling Challenges on Houston’s Northeast Transmission Line (Source: Tunnel Business Magazine)

By Michael Liga Ten years ago, the City of Houston and regional partners began planning an ambitious pipeline project to ...
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Integrating Asset Management and the Community Rating System (Source: Water & Finance Management)

Integrating Asset Management and the Community Rating System (Source: Water & Finance Management)

By Tak Makino Infrastructure asset management is gaining widespread acceptance as a best management practice. Simply put, infrastructure asset management ...
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Goose Creek CISD to Break Ground on Elementary School #17

Goose Creek CISD to Break Ground on Elementary School #17

By Jay Srinivasan Today, Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (GCCISD) will break ground on its Elementary School #17. The ...
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Effectiveness of Building Systems in Mitigating SARS-CoV-2 and Other Airborne Viruses (Source: Engineered Systems)

Effectiveness of Building Systems in Mitigating SARS-CoV-2 and Other Airborne Viruses (Source: Engineered Systems)

By Matt Lusardi This white paper is intended to provide guidance for owners of commercial buildings, including K-12 schools, higher ...
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Eyes in the Sky, Boots on the Ground (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

Eyes in the Sky, Boots on the Ground (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

By Natasha Lombard and William Byland As the popularity of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) skyrocket, so does their use in ...
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Houston-area community expands major stormwater detention project (Source: ASCE Civil Engineering Source)

Houston-area community expands major stormwater detention project (Source: ASCE Civil Engineering Source)

By Jay Landers Clear Lake City Water Authority’s recent completion of the second phase of a major flood control project ...
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Podcast: Virtual Reality in Infrastructure Projects (Source: Pumps & Systems)

Podcast: Virtual Reality in Infrastructure Projects (Source: Pumps & Systems)

By Drew Champlin Jeremy Nakashima of Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam joined the podcast to discuss how virtual reality works in ...
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Houston METRO Selects LAN to Provide Architecture/Engineering Services for Universal Accessibility Initiative

Houston METRO Selects LAN to Provide Architecture/Engineering Services for Universal Accessibility Initiative

By Jay Srinivasan Houston METRO selected planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) as one ...
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Design Progressing on Houston's New Southeast Water Line (Source: ENR Texas & Louisiana)

Design Progressing on Houston’s New Southeast Water Line (Source: ENR Texas & Louisiana)

By Louise Poirier A new 54-in. water line will move up to 75 million gallons per day of surface water ...
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Goose Creek CISD to Break Ground on New San Jacinto Elementary School

Goose Creek CISD to Break Ground on New San Jacinto Elementary School

By Jay Srinivasan On Nov. 18, Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District’s (GCCISD) will break ground on its new San ...
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LAN aerial surveying

Just Wing It – Aerial Surveying for Pipeline Projects (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

By Hunter Hanson Quality site survey data is an integral component of all pipeline design projects, which can become quite ...
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Christopher Clark, P.E., Joins LAN as Project Manager

Christopher Clark, P.E., Joins LAN as Project Manager

By Jay Srinivasan Christopher Clark, P.E., joins national planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) ...
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Lisa Lattu Joins LAN as Senior Project Manager

Lisa Lattu Joins LAN as Senior Project Manager

By Jay Srinivasan Lisa Lattu, P.E., AICP, joins planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) ...
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Students, Tech, COVID Drive Higher Ed Design (Source: Consulting-Specifying Engineer)

Students, Tech, COVID Drive Higher Ed Design (Source: Consulting-Specifying Engineer)

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer College and university building design is being driven by student needs, technology and new air quality demands ...
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LAN Stafford MSD middle school

Stafford MSD Celebrates Ribbon Cutting of New Facilities

By Jay Srinivasan Stafford Municipal School District (SMSD), the only municipal school district in Texas, will celebrate the ribbon cutting ...
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Dedra Ecklund and Grace Sober Named 2021 Top Young Professionals (Source: ENR Texas & Louisiana)

Dedra Ecklund and Grace Sober Named 2021 Top Young Professionals (Source: ENR Texas & Louisiana)

By Louise Poirier ENR Texas & Louisiana is honored to name its 2021 class of Top Young Professionals. This annual ...
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Second phase of Exploration Green flood-control project in Clear Lake complete (Source: Houston Business Journal)

Second phase of Exploration Green flood-control project in Clear Lake complete (Source: Houston Business Journal)

By Olivia Pulsinelli The second phase of a major local flood-control project has wrapped up amid a record-breaking hurricane season ...
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Clear Lake City Water Authority finishes work on Phase 2 of Exploration Green (Source: Community Impact Newspaper)

Clear Lake City Water Authority finishes work on Phase 2 of Exploration Green (Source: Community Impact Newspaper)

By Colleen Ferguson Clear Lake City Water Authority completed work on the second phase of Exploration Green, a 178-acre former ...
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Self-Aspirating Mixing System Provides Storm-Resilient Sludge Digestion (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Self-Aspirating Mixing System Provides Storm-Resilient Sludge Digestion (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Jordon Thomas-Harris In early 2017, deterioration and storm damage caused by Hurricane Ike drove the city of Galveston, Texas, ...
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Design Flexibility Reduces Sludge Digestion Costs at Conroe's New Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Design Flexibility Reduces Sludge Digestion Costs at Conroe’s New Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Adam Kohout Population increase and jurisdiction expansion drove the City of Conroe, Texas, to build a new Conroe Central ...
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Modifications Improve Sludge Digestion at Texas Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Modifications Improve Sludge Digestion at Texas Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Paul Wood Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN), a national planning, engineering and program management firm, designed a comprehensive ...
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Cleveland ISD breaks ground on new school amid explosive growth (Source: Houston Business Journal)

Cleveland ISD breaks ground on new school amid explosive growth (Source: Houston Business Journal)

By Laura Gillespie With Cleveland Independent School District’s newest elementary school breaking ground this week, the rapidly growing district has ...
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