Author Archives: Katelyn Nuyen

Every Drop Counts – A Call to Innovation

by Zach Sample, P.E. Stormwater Products Manager A Request for Startups post on January 3rd on the Y Combinator Blog caught my eye.  The blogger talked about the need to prepare for things to get worse with regard to climate … Continue reading

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XPDRAINAGE Lauded at Design-U

by Zach Sample Stormwater Products Manager Going into my Design U presentation at the Dallas Fort-Worth BIM Infrastructure User Group (DFWBIUG) I was quite nervous. Many very skilled people were scheduled to attend and present, all experts in the various … Continue reading

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Productivity Gains in Stormwater Design

An excerpt from “What’s Hot in Modeling Software” in Stormwater Magazine, April 2017 For some engineering consultants, traditional stormwater pond design can be one of the most frequent projects within their services portfolio. An engineer with prior experience can size … Continue reading

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In Engineering, Change Is Good

by Matt Anderson, P.E., CFM Storm & Flood Products Manager Earlier this year, a small, simple internet meme on Linkedin caught my eye.  The meme contrasted the present state of “What is” and “What we need” against a future of … Continue reading

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Get More Out of Water Resources Engineering Models

by Venu Kandiah, PhD, P.E. Senior Water Resources Engineer The effort required to develop water resources engineering models can be significant. But once developed, in many instances the models are only evaluated for a limited, or a single set of … Continue reading

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