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Topic: Development

/News---Info/Blog/March-2017/5-Tips-to-Improve-Your-Expansion-Project Andrew Skwor, PE, CPESC
Is an expansion project on your farm in your future? There are things you can do to make the project go more smoothly. Check out our blog for five tips to help you with your next project.
 

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2017/Bidding-Made-Easy--Better-Bidding-for-Better-Proje Teresa Anderson, PE
Throughout the planning stages of a project, bidding is often treated as an afterthought. However, by taking the time to clearly spell out expectations and create a level playing field for bidders, communities and their consultants can improve results. 

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2016/Minimize-potential-flood-damage-in-your-community Brian Miller, PE
In just hours, torrential rains and devastating floods can damage infrastructure and disrupt communities. Recovery, on the other hand, can take years of costly repair. Are you ready to minimize potential damage in your community? 

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/Turning-Brownfields-into-Golden-Opportunities Richard Lyster, PG, CPG
Addressing vacant, abandoned, and blighted property has become a top priority for municipal officials and urban planners. Funding programs targeted to assist municipalities and developers seeking to redevelop brownfield and blighted properties are available to revitalize older downtown or commercial districts.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2015/Environmental-Testing-Can-Help-Prevent-Costly-Surp Brian Hegge, PH
What happens when a property or building owner wants to sell an abandoned building to a municipality for a mere $1? Taxpayers may be clamoring for its acquisition so a waiting developer can transform or demolish it and replace the structure with another facility. But before public officials accept the deal for a building or property, they need to investigate environmental issues to determine whether liabilities exist.

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