Seeing the Future through Program Management

CDM Smith staff and clients discuss how program management helps them see the future in completing complex endeavors in the developing world.

Solutions for the Environment and Infrastructure

  • Leaving a Clean Mark for the Steel Industry

    file under: Asia/Pacific, Industrial, Environment

    CDM Smith was engaged to undertake Phase 1 and 2 environmental site assessments on nine occupied sites, slated to be purchased by MRC, which span five states and located in highly industrialized areas with the potential for offsite contamination. Learn more

Project Stories Videos

  • Unlocking Energy Potential at DC Water

    file under: Design-Build, Water, Sustainability, United States, North America

    DC Water uses Thermal Hydrolysis technology to reduce greenhouse gases, cut truck trips in half, and produce a class A biosolid fertilizer now in use throughout the city. CDM Smith is proud to have worked with the team from DC Water to make their vision a reality. Learn more

Our Viewpoints on Technologies & Trends

  • Three Factors for a Successful P3 Procurement

    file under: Government, Transportation, United States

    Public-private partnerships (P3) can be powerful and effective tools in achieving public policy, cost and schedule objectives, relieving public agencies of the burden of financing a project, speeding up delivery, fostering efficient management, and increasing opportunities for innovation. Thinking about a P3? Keep these three procurement success factors in mind. Learn more

Thought Leadership

Combining Remedies for Complex Superfund Sites

Remediation Perspectives Combined Remedies Article
At today's very large or complex Superfund cleanups, a single remedial technology alone cannot achieve restoration. Combined remedies leverage multiple technologies to achieve a common remedial goal. Learn more >>

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