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The City of Raleigh depends on the Crabtree Creek North Bank infrastructure as one of its primary wastewater collection interceptors. With a large part of the system installed prior to...

Since 2008, WithersRavenel has provided engineering services for design, surveying, easements, permitting, bidding, stakeholder and grant coordination, and construction administration/observation services for the following water and sewer installations: Water System...

The Hawkins Avenue waterline extension project consists of approximately 4.5 miles of 16-inch waterline in a dense residential, commercial, and industrial corridor from downtown Weatherspoon Street to Deep River Road...

In 2007, in response to declining groundwater levels in the cretaceous aquifers throughout eastern North Carolina, the General Assembly passed the Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use Area (CCPCUA) rule. The...

Inspired by a story about the Miracle League, a non-profit organization in Rockdale, GA, that built a field of dreams for special needs children, Cary developer Robin Rose and WithersRavenel...

Pump stations are essential for delivering water and removing waste for communities, but effectively designing and implementing them poses several challenges. The engineer must not only understand the demands on...