One way we’re celebrating engineers this week is by offering some practical advice to prepare for the PE exam.
The 2021 annual Mid Atlantic Journal of Trenchless Technology has featured EBA’s engineering services to repair a 48-inch PCCP water main breach in Baltimore. Read how this project successfully used carbon fiber wrap for urgent needs work with unique site constraints.
Renovating America’s aging water infrastructure is key to building a safer and more resilient future. In EBA’s latest blog, Jaleel Syed, PE, discusses what one city is doing to meet these challenges.
Read the new Esri case study highlighting geographIT’s work with the York Water Company to streamline field collection processes and improve data tracking and notifications through automated processes and Esri standard tools.
What do utility managers need to know about asset management, and how can they leverage an asset management program to help them overcome their challenges? Rizwan Siddiqi, PE, offers a human-centered training approach to some of the fundamentals of water asset management.
In honor of International Women in Engineering Day, we would like to tell you more about one of EBA’s newest licensed professional engineers, Narjis Ali!
When the steel reinforcement in concrete corrodes, it is a significant and costly problem. Jason Kolenda tells us about a new laboratory test that helps owners determine if their concrete will stand strong against corrosion.
Read about geographIT’s work with the City of Cumberland and MAWC in Esri’s new utility infrastructure ebook.
From utility systems to roads and bridges, the U.S. is headed down a path toward failure. Prakas Karattukudy takes a hard look at America’s failing infrastructure and what it will take to improve our grades.
Is alternative delivery the way to go for your project? Spencer Lee explains the many benefits of design-build methods, as well as what engineers can expect on alternative delivery projects.