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Improving Stormwater Quality with Rain Gardens

With many communities looking to implement low impact development (LID) concepts into their urban design, rain gardens and bioretention basins are becoming increasingly popular. One reason for their rise in popularity is their ability to help manage stormwater runoff and to improve downstream water quality.Rain gardens are shallow, constructed depressions planted with deep-rooted perennial flowers and native vegetation. When strate...

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76th St N Widening & Extensions - Owasso, OK

76th St N Widening & Extensions - Owasso, OK

To service the new Macy’s Fulfillment Center in Ow...
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Rogers Citywide Infrastructure Study

Rogers Citywide Infrastructure Study

This study assisted the City of Rogers with planning its...
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Ozarks Electric 4 Story Addition

Ozarks Electric 4 Story Addition

With the addition of high-speed internet service, along ...
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