CDM Smith Design-Build Project Named WateReuse 2016 Industrial Project of the Year

J.R. Simplot Company's process water treatment and return plant in Caldwell, Idaho, was named WateReuse's 2016 Industrial Project of the Year. This innovative facility raises the bar for water reuse in food industries by reclaiming 1.7 million gallons per day, equivalent to drinking water standards, for safe reuse in potato product manufacturing. Learn more about the Simplot project

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Partnering with Houston to Deliver the Nation’s Largest Progressive Design-Build Project

The Houston Waterworks Team is working with the city of Houston, Texas, to expand the Northeast water purification plant from 80 million gallons per day (mgd) to 400 mgd, dramatically increasing its ability to support steady residential and commercial growth while reducing dependency on groundwater. Learn more about Houston's collaborative water delivery project

Remediation Perspectives Series

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    Mercury contamination is an age-old problem that negatively affects human and ecosystem health. The integration of technology and human expertise is necessary to understand, manage and mitigate mercury’s effects. Learn more about this topic

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R&D Innovation

Partnering with research organizations and utilities, CDM Smith's R&D Program is leading water supply innovation.

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