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Why You Might See A GZA Engineer Climbing A Cliff

If you’re driving by a major dam one day, or driving down the highway looking at a cliff, you wouldn’t expect to see someone rappelling down the front of it. Yet that’s all in a day’s work for a dam...

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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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Case Study: Swan Pond

Swan Pond is a 2-acre pond formed near the headwaters of Meadow Brook in Springfield, Massachusetts, within the city’s 734-acre Forest Park. The Main Greeting Road into Forest Park crosses the 45 foot...

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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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Case Study: Gloucester MGP Remediation

In 2010, GZA was asked to evaluate a former manufactured gas plant facility that had since been redeveloped on a busy part of one of New England’s historic shorelines. What began as a preliminary site...

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Geotechnical Studies for Ground-Mounted Solar Arrays

Perhaps disheartened by the cold and gloomy winter months, some residents in the northeast believe that solar photovoltaic (PV) systems don’t make sense here. This perception is wrong and a number of...