Solutions for the Environment and Infrastructure

  • Water + Energy

    Supporting Sustainable Growth

    file under: Environment, Energy, North America, Water, United States, Sustainability

    CDM Smith partnered with WRA to create a bioenergy master plan and upgrade facilities, using life-cycle analysis to improve the waste-receiving facilities and anaerobic-treatment process used at its 97million gallon-per-day wastewater treatment facility. Learn more

Remediation Perspectives Series

  • A Life-Cycle Perspective Can Minimize Cleanup Costs

    file under: Environment, Federal Government, North America, United States, Sustainability

    With many of the remaining cleanups in the Superfund program involving large, complex sites and fewer funds to implement the remedies, life-cycle costs become an important consideration when planning and designing a remedy. Evaluating life-cycle costs throughout the CERCLA process, rather than trying to minimize costs at each stage, ensures that a site’s total costs are minimized. Learn more about this topic

Thought Leadership

Introducing our new video series: Tailgate Talks

  • Slide Rule & Hammer

    file under: Design-Build, Federal Government, Industrial, Government

    Introducing "Tailgate Talks," a series of 2-minute videos showing how when engineers and contractors work together through alternative delivery, collaboration leads to safer projects, more innovation and faster results. In our first episode, “Slide Rule and Hammer,” engineer Mike Healy and builder John Weston have been working together for more than a decade to achieve success through design-build.

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Superfund Insights
See how we are enhancing the Superfund program through innovative designs, efficient program management and industry respected thought leadership.

  • Stories that Matter: Getting Back to Business in Libby

10 things to know about green storm water infrastructure
Discover 10 reasons why green infrastructure is a more sustainable approach to managing urban stormwater.