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Six Critical Maintenance Actions To Prepare For Natural Hazards (Source: Facility Executive)

Six Critical Maintenance Actions To Prepare For Natural Hazards (Source: Facility Executive)

By Jeff Thomas The Winter Storm Uri decimated Texas, affecting millions for days and even weeks. Freezing temperatures, power outages, ...
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Timothy Strucely and Anna Montez Join LAN as Program Managers

Timothy Strucely and Anna Montez Join LAN as Program Managers

By Jay Srinivasan Timothy D. Strucely and Anna Elisa Montez joined planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & ...
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Plano Interceptor Brings Relief (Source: Municipal Sewer & Water)

Plano Interceptor Brings Relief (Source: Municipal Sewer & Water)

By Grace Sober Building a sewer line in an urban area with minimal disruption to residents and businesses is a ...
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Brookfield Residential Selects LAN to Design First Phase of East Slaughter Lane Improvements

Brookfield Residential Selects LAN to Design First Phase of East Slaughter Lane Improvements

By Jay Srinivasan Brookfield Residential Properties has selected planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) ...
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LAN Promotes Samir Matta, P.E., to Vice President

LAN Promotes Samir Matta, P.E., to Vice President

By Jay Srinivasan Planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) has promoted Samir F. Matta, ...
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Considerations for Creating a Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Considerations for Creating a Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Charles Shumate Every year, the city of Beaumont, which lies on Texas’ coastal plain, is hit by intense thunderstorms ...
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City of Houston Selects LAN to Design New Sewer Line (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

City of Houston Selects LAN to Design New Sewer Line (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

By Civil + Structural Engineer Staff The City of Houston selected planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & ...
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Saving a City, One Manhole at a Time (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Saving a City, One Manhole at a Time (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Chase Chandler In 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized a 10-year consent decree with the city of Tyler ...
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City of Copperas Cove Selects LAN to Conduct Pavement Condition Assessment (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

City of Copperas Cove Selects LAN to Conduct Pavement Condition Assessment (Source: Civil + Structural Engineer)

By C+S Staff The City of Copperas Cove has selected planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, ...
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10-Year Initiative: Minimizing Sanitary Sewer Overflows (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

10-Year Initiative: Minimizing Sanitary Sewer Overflows (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Kelly Shipley The Clear Lake City Water Authority’s (CLCWA), the largest water district in Texas, has an extensive wastewater ...
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Avoiding Future Losses (Source: WaterWorld)

Avoiding Future Losses (Source: WaterWorld)

By Tak Makino After last fortnight’s crushing winter weather, many local governments and water utilities are probably asking “what do ...
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Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (Source: Water & Wastes Digest)

By Cristina Tuser The brand new Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Conroe, Texas, is a $60 million project that ...
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Tomball ISD Opens New Aquatic Center (Source: Houston Chronicle)

Tomball ISD Opens New Aquatic Center (Source: Houston Chronicle)

By Paul Wedding Tomball ISD and their program manager — Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc.—celebrated the opening of the district’s ...
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LAN Appoints Mario Chapa as Regional Water/Wastewater Practice Lead

LAN Appoints Mario Chapa as Regional Water/Wastewater Practice Lead

By Jay Srinivasan Mario Chapa, P.E., joins planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) as ...
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New Aquatic Center Opens at Tomball Memorial High School (Source: Community Impact Newspaper)

New Aquatic Center Opens at Tomball Memorial High School (Source: Community Impact Newspaper)

By Anna Lotz Tomball ISD officials celebrated the opening of the district's new aquatic center, located on the campus of ...
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Nueces County Courthouse gets $6M facelift (Source: Corpus Christi Business News)

Nueces County Courthouse gets $6M facelift (Source: Corpus Christi Business News)

By Suzanne Freeman The Nueces County Courthouse is getting a facelift. Work recently began to replace the exterior facade of ...
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LAN Tom Ellis

Tom Ellis Joins LAN as Vice President and Transportation Business Group Director

By Jay Srinivasan Tom Ellis, P.E., joins planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) as ...
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Collaborative Approach Enables Improvements at Texas Groundwater Facilities (Source: Pumps & Systems)

Collaborative Approach Enables Improvements at Texas Groundwater Facilities (Source: Pumps & Systems)

By Melissa Mack Houston Public Works provides drinking water to its communities through six public water systems. One of the ...
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City of Laredo to Build New Sewer Tunnel to Divert Wastewater Flows from Zacate Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (Source: Underground Construction)

City of Laredo to Build New Sewer Tunnel to Divert Wastewater Flows from Zacate Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (Source: Underground Construction)

By UC Staff The City of Laredo is building a new sewer tunnel to divert wastewater flows from its existing ...
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Goose Creek CISD Renovates Several CTE Academies

Goose Creek CISD Renovates Several CTE Academies

By Jay Srinivasan Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (GCCISD) has completed or is nearing completion on several Career and ...
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Despite Hurdles, Team Moves Forward on Treatment Plant (Source: ENR Texas)

Despite Hurdles, Team Moves Forward on Treatment Plant (Source: ENR Texas)

By Louise Poirier Conroe, Texas, has been one of the 15 fastest-growing cities in the U.S. over the last 10 ...
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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 Construction)

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

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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