Solutions + Features
July 12, 2012
Putting Produced Water to Beneficial Reuse
To help WestSide Corporation achieve a high standard of water management practices and cost-effectively put their coal seam gas produced water to beneficial reuse, CDM Smith assessed injecting produced water into local aquifers as groundwater recharge and recommended conveyance system design options.
June 08, 2012
Ground Zero: Los Angeles Region Takes the Reins to Fund its Mobility
As part of the third stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series, we take a slight detour to explore how the Los Angeles, California, USA urban area is taking steps to fund its own mobility.
June 07, 2012
Ground Zero: America’s Cities Need New Infrastructure and Transit Funding
This is the third stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series. In “Ground Zero,” we discuss how U.S. cities are the hardest hit in the need for improved mobility, including the challenges of public transit funding.
February 17, 2012
How Little We Pay: Exploring the Current Transportation Tax “Burden”
This is the second stop in our transportation infrastructure thought leadership series. In “How Little We Pay,” we examine the actual cost of the U.S. gas tax and show how current investments in vital mobility resources stack up against other costs.
January 10, 2012
Falling Behind: A Crisis in Transportation Infrastructure Investment
This is the first stop in our “Funding Future Mobility” thought leadership series. In “Falling Behind,” we examine how today’s investments are not meeting the growing needs of the U.S. transportation system, creating a gap that will continue to grow if action isn’t taken.
January 03, 2012
Introducing the Transportation Infrastructure Thought Leadership Series
In this ongoing thought leadership series—“Funding Future Mobility”—we will focus on one of the biggest challenges facing the future of the United States: preserving and enhancing the transportation systems that pump economic life and wellbeing through the country.
Clean Waterways for Ho Chi Minh City
The environmental improvement project includes a massive pumping station, as well as wastewater, drainage and solid waste components to clean and green the NLTN Basin—making the space attractive and safe for residents and tourists.
Less Brine, More Benefits
Through design-build delivery, CDM Smith implemented a first-of-its-kind, innovative water treatment and reuse system for Marathon Oil Company that reliably and safely meets all water discharge limits-—protecting the environment and fresh water supplies, controlling treatment costs, and enabling Marathon Oil to focus on their core business of gas operations
Landmark Capital Improvements in Puerto Rico
With extraordinary vision, PRASA is transforming itself into a world-class utility. Meeting this challenge requires the planning and implementation of an unprecedented $2.3 billion capital improvements program with island-wide coverage, to be completed in a record 5 years.
Supporting Military Preparedness
We partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest to design, build, operate and maintain this ongoing program at Camp Pendleton to enhance overall water and wastewater system operations and reliability.