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Technical Director, Doug Durbin Serves as an Instructor at Docks and Marinas 2014


Cardno Technical Director, Doug Durbin will lead the informative session Navigating Environmental Permitting for Docks & Marinas at the upcoming Docks and Marinas 2014. Dr. Durbin has over 25 years of experience working with private and public clients with a particular focus in the disciplines of aquatic ecology, water quality, and ecosystems analysis. The session will cover; environmental approvals typically required, general agency requirements, categories of impacts, quantifying and compensating for impacts, permitting timeframes and potential pitfalls. The training being hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Engineering, Department of Engineering Professional Development enables attendees a unique opportunity to increase their knowledge on designing, building, and maintaining marina facilities. In addition to the Environmental Impacts and Permits and Regulatory Compliance session, the two day course covers Planning, Design, and Construction of Marina Facilities, Providing Hurricane Protection for Marinas, Maintaining and Upgrading Marina Dockage, Designing Safe Marina Electrical ... more >>

Mr. Daniel Hammond Will Lead Florida's Nutrient Standards: Be Careful What You Wish For Roundtable Discussion


Cardno, Senior Consultant Daniel Hammond will lead the Roundtable Discussion at the upcoming America Bar Association (ABA) – Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 22nd Fall Conference. The conference brings environmental, energy, and resources law issues to the fore front and provides attendees with a wide variety of subject-matter issues to help prepare every lawyer, at any level, to respond more effectively to today’s problems. Florida’s nutrient standards are based on biological information as the defining characteristic of waterbody nutrient health. The EPA had long rejected this approach stating that criteria required “independent applicability.” More recently, EPA has embraced the use the biological information as a component of nutrient water quality standards, and Region IV has even suggested this approach for other states. Incorporating biological information (or confirmation) into criteria is not without it challenges. This roundtable will discuss the benefits and pitfalls of Florida’s approach and what other states/ ... more >>

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Sr. Consultant Jeffrey Davis to Speak at Water Management for Mining Conference


Salt Lake City, UT (October 6) — Cardno Senior Consultant Jeffrey Davis will speak at the Water Management for Mining Conference being held in Denver, CO. Join Jeffrey as he discusses " An Overview of Current Water Treatment Approaches to Mine Water Pollutants” . In this session, get an overview of the key water treatment approaches available that are the most effective in terms of dealing with mine water pollutants, and existing technologies that can be used to enhance sustainable treatment. The conference provides a forum for mining, field service and water technology companies to meet with engineers, infrastructure specialists and consultants. Mr. Jeffrey Davis is a Senior Hydrogeologist and licensed Professional Engineer with over 20 years of experience in the areas of groundwater and GIS modeling and software and model development. He has provided consulting services for local, national and international clients pertaining to modeling and visualization projects. ... more >>

U.S. Water Alliance Issues New Report on Reduced Nutrient Pollution in the Mississippi River Basin


Washington, DC (Sept. 15, 2014): U.S. Water Alliance issued a report highlighting common ground and innovative strategies between agriculture and water and wastewater utilities to reduce nutrient pollution in the Mississippi River Basin. The report highlights key strategies and recommendations Expand Effective Watershed-Based Cooperative Leadership and Decision-Making Further Develop and Implement Market Mechanisms for Reducing Nutrients Improve Data, Monitoring, and Modeling to Support Decisions and Markets Develop "Watershed Protection Utilities"-- Organizations Focused on Cost-Effective Results To view the report click here. Cardno’s Susan Burke, Senior Consultant and Senior Economist; Doug Durbin, Technical Director and Southeast Business Unit Manager; and Todd Williams, Executive Vice President - Strategy and Development - Cardno Americas were participants in the process leading to development of the report. Cardno is a Founding Member of the U.S. Water Alliance which is dedicated to working with individuals, organizations and entities throughout the country, both public and ... more >>

Senior Project Engineer, Alix Matos to Participate on U.S. Water Alliance's Leadership Summit Panel Discussion


Raleigh, NC (Sept. 8, 2014): Cardno Senior Project Engineer, Alix Matos will participate on a panel discussion at the upcoming U.S. Water Alliance’s Leadership Summit. Cardno Senior Project Engineer, Alix Matos will join colleagues on a panel discussion which will highlight ways the Upper Neuse River Basin Association (UNRBA) reached consensus on a divisive set of water quality and water supply issues; how they achieved adaptive management in an environment of agency reluctance to provide flexible alternatives for stormwater nutrient management; and how to keep focus on reasonable progress without throwing the process into political ideology (thinking realistically about what the regulatory future may bring at a State and Federal level, and how to be ready to respond to ongoing regulatory requirements). Panel Moderator: Andrew Sauer, Water Resources Group Leader, CDM Smith Panelists: Forrest R. Westall, Executive Director, UNRBA; Pam Hemminger, Chair, UNRBA, Orange County; Don O’Toole, Senior Assistant ... more >>

Principles of Streambank Analysis and Application of the Bank Stability and Toe-Erosion Model (BSTEM)


Oxford, MS (Sept. 2, 2014) Cardno Geomorphologist, Dr. Andrew Simon with 30 years of experience in mechanistic analysis of unstable-channel systems, streambank erosion, cohesive-sediment entrainment, the role of riparian vegetation, “reference” sediment-transport rates, and river restoration, working on projects throughout the United States and around the globe shared his knowledge with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Australia Section. The master session included: Principles of Channel Adjustment Role and Streambank Erosion in Channel Adjustment and Sediments Yields Mechanics of Streambank Erosion Integrating the Effects of Vegetation Introduction to the Bank-Stability & Toe-Erosion Model (BSTEM) Case Study Application: Approach to Stable Bank Design Case Study Application: Quantifying Erosion Reduction from Streambanks He is an internationally recognized scientist and project manager, designing field, laboratory and numerical-modeling studies, leading and participating in field data collection, analyzing and synthesizing data, and preparing technical reports. Dr. Simon has designed, conducted, and managed projects focusing ... more >>

Cardno ENTRIX Appoints Michael J. Rudd as the Southwest Business Unit Manager


Concord, CA. (July 24)— Cardno ENTRIX, an environmental, natural resource, and health sciences consulting firm is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael J. Rudd, PE, to the position of Southwest Business Unit Manager for the firm. In his new position, he will assume responsibility for the operations of offices based in California, Nevada, Texas and Louisiana. Mike has been a member of the Cardno ENTRIX team for 21 years, where he has held positions of increasing responsibility. He also currently is the firm’s Technical Director for the Restoration, Engineering and Geomorphology Group, and has led his team to receive five “Best in Basin” awards from the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. His diverse engineering background includes projects involving habitat enhancement, river and wetland restoration, watershed management, water diversion facilities, fish passage/trapping facilities, recreation facilities, jurisdictional earthen dams, subdivision and university campus development, sustainable agricultural development, and hazardous waste remediation. ... more >>
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