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PFAS, PFAS All Around: What's Next?

PFAS, referred to as “forever chemicals” because of their persistence in the environment, are causing fear among the general public and consternation in the regulated community. In some states...

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The Factory on Willow

For Engineer's Week at the Union Leader, our Bedford office discusses its work on the Factory on Willow, a mixed-use development focused on the arts.

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How Flood Mapping Can Help You

When building near waterways, large and small, developers and towns need to consider the future. Rainwater events can rapidly change the depth and velocity in the waterway, leading to flooding and...

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The PFAS Dilemma

As the story over Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) continues to unfold, experts are divided on whether the associated risks amount to overblown hysteria or represent the next big...

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Finding An Unlikely Rainbow At A Job Site

Remediating a site involves digging into its history as well as its soil, and both have its surprises. A great example was this find at a former industrial site. As you can see, when we broke open...

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A New Space For Astoria

The Rowan, one of Astoria's first luxury condominium developments, also features one of New York City's first automated parking garages. Read more from the DDC Journal starting on page 83

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Bringing Life To A Dormant Site

The Bridge Point 78 development, with substantial geotechnical work by GZA, is discussed in DDC Journal's Fall 2019 issue, starting on page 10.

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Teens Meet The Zoning Board

Zoning boards aren’t usually where you find groups of teenagers. Yet recently, the city government of East Brunswick, NJ saw local teens come before them with drawings, plans, and a host of material...