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The South Lakes community in Fuquay-Varina straddles Black Creek, a FEMA-studied stream with an established floodplain. The developer sought to connect the multiple phases of the development and allow easy...

In 2011, the Town of Holly Springs acquired a 17-acre property in a 28-acre drainage basin that was once part of the 180-acre Mims Estate. In 2012, WithersRavenel worked with...

Stormwater runoff can contain two ingredients that are harmful to shellfish: chemical pollutants, which can poison shellfish, and excess nutrients, which can promote the growth of algae blooms and lead...

At the heart of Chatham Park, a 7,000+-acre community, Medical Office Building #2 is a beating heart of human wellness and environmental sustainability. Between two 8,500 SF modern office suites,...

Middle Creek’s baseball program is widely hailed as one of the top Class 4A programs in the state of North Carolina, sending nearly 30 players on to college baseball diamonds...

For about 40 years, the Town of Maysville was served by a 180,000 GPD wastewater treatment plant that discharged into the White Oak River. Over time, the plant deteriorated and...

Historically, wastewater treatment lagoons have been one of the simplest and least expensive wastewater treatment systems to construct, operate, and maintain. One major drawback of wastewater treatment lagoons, however, is...

A partnership between General Electric and Hitachi, GEH provides products and services to the nuclear energy industry and operates a nuclear reactor and fuel assembly manufacturing and spent fuel rod...

WithersRavenel provided an in-depth evaluation of Chatham County’s Bynum Wastewater Treatment Plant, a 25,000 GPD package facility serving a small mill community, a local restaurant, and an elementary school. The...

Brighton Forest is a residential subdivision in Wake County that, at the time of development, lay in an unincorporated area of Wake County, outside of Fuquay-Varina, NC.  As with any...