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  • Hello Everyone, I am curious to learn more about the following stormwater management related questions as they pertain to artificial turf fields: Are these fields generally considered as jurisdictional "impervious area" for the purposes of stormwater regulations? Here in Maine, the State's Stormwater ...

  • Dear, I have completed a waterproofing project for a Fuel Element Factory in Brazil with approximately 15 thousand m², I carried out several studies and the safest and most viable was the PVC blanket. It's not a reservoir, it's a roof, but the study could be similar, in our roof we have a temperature ...

  • Before about 20 years, there was no design consideration for climate change, specifically for rising sea levels due to global warming. Based on sea level measurements, there was clear evidence that the mean sea level increases based on which several RFPs requested to consider the sea level rise in the ...

  • Thanks, Mr. Wallace. I look forward to seeing your book. Bill Mc ------------------------------ William McAnally Ph.D., P.E., BC.CE, BC.NE, F.ASCE ENGINEER Columbus MS ------------------------------

  • Thanks for the thoughtful comments. Dilip mentions the NOAA-COE SLR online calculator (https://climate.sec.usace.army.mil/slat/). It is regularly updated and is site-specific -- using local water level records in conjunction with standard SLR models to project low, intermediate, and high rates of ...

  • What is a basement? Does it have to have a minimum headroom? The rest of the world thinks of a basement as being an occupiable space. The FEMA Technical Guide =Requirements for Flood Openings in Foundation Walls and Walls of Enclosures on page 5 lists a definition. Basement: Area of a building ...

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