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March 31, 2016

Assisting the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment with establishing a Spring Impact Management Strategy

Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment (OGIA) works with CDM Smith to establish a Spring Impact Management Strategy (SIMS) in the Surat Cumulative Management Area. Read More

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March 29, 2016

Harnessing the Power of Mixed Reality to Delivery Efficiencies in the AEC Industry

Technological advances such as mixed reality are improving our ability to design, construct and operate infrastructure with fewer errors, greater efficiency and improved collaboration.

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September 04, 2015

Channeling Collaboration for a Historic Harbor Community

CDM Smith helped the harbor-side town of Stonington, Connecticut, upgrade its aging wastewater treatment infrastructure using a design-build approach.

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June 23, 2015

Creating an Award-Winning Safety Culture in Annapolis

Every CDM Smith project is guided by the belief that the health and safety of our employees and subcontractors is a top priority. Site-specific safety plan and reiterating safety habits on a daily basis can create an award-winning culture of safety, like on our project in Annapolis.

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June 10, 2014

The Gas Tax: A System at Risk

With increasing fuel efficiency and the advent of plug-in electric vehicles, the gas tax's days may be numbered. Perhaps most problematic is inconsistency in U.S. national policy. In essence, the backbone of transportation finance depends on the taxation of a commodity (gas) that we actively discourage be used.

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April 15, 2014

Modernising Cambodia’s Historic Aviation Infrastructure

Following the independent engineering services CDM Smith provided for ongoing infrastructure development,Cambodia’s domestic and international airports now exceed international standard and are more than prepared for further increases in business and tourist traffic.

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April 07, 2014

Widening Mobility Funding Gap Fuels Urgency

The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that the Highway Trust Fund balance will hit zero sometime around July or August 2014—less than 6 months from now. When that happens, if no new transfers are made, funding to the states will stop. Will congressional gridlock impede a sustainable funding solution?

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December 02, 2013

Obstacles and Potholes in the Path to Interstate Tolling

The path to interstate tolling is littered with obstacles and pitfalls, like the current federal ban on tolling existing free roads and the lack of a nationwide toll interoperability agreement. Overcoming these will require Congress to act.

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July 30, 2013

Electronic Tolling: Key to Rebuilding the Interstate System

In 50 years, roughly $2.5 trillion will be spent on the upkeep of the interstate highway system, unless a more sustainable source of revenue is found. As states look for new ways to pay for rebuilding and preserving these roads, electronic tolling is gaining interest as a long-term solution.

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April 12, 2013

The Aging Interstate Highway System: Our Biggest Funding Challenge

Few would disagree that America’s interstate highway system was one of the most important transportation investments, but current funding isn't sustainable for long-term maintenance and expansion. The interstate system is anything but “paid for” and states need new options for sustainable revenue sources if they are to preserve this valuable national asset.

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