In Tacoma, at the heart of Washington state's urban waterways, Perkins+Will completed a state-of-the-art research facility in March 2010 to study emerging aspects of ecological sustainability.
Aging infrastructure is on life support in many U.S. cities, unable to handle large storm events that drop millions of gallons of water, leading to dangerous flooding, sewer overflows ...
In May 2009, the Jesusita wildfire roared through Santa Barbara, California, creating significant property and land damage to thousands of acres in its path.
When members of the Stormwater Equipment Manufacturers Association (SWEMA) began plotting a course for the organization, there was agreement that interacting with ...
The CITGO Chesapeake Terminal has installed a 3,000-square-foot green roof system which is designed to reduce stormwater runoff and help improve the local environment.
The SignGuardian™ provides a fast, secure, attractive, safe, tamper resistant and waterproof means to hang signs and banners.
The Chesapeake Bay watershed is enormous. It comprises about 64,000 square miles and encompasses six states plus Washington, DC.