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Executing Force Main Screening Level Assessments
Force mains are a bit of an enigma in the municipal infrastructure landscape. They are critical system assets with a very high con...
Case Study: Designing an Asset Program to Grow with the Community
This small Texas town cast a gigantic vision for creating an asset management program for their water and wastewater systems. RJN ...
West Park: Alternatives Analysis Provides Proper Protection
If the last few years have shown us anything, it is that storm events are trending toward the severe end of the spectrum in terms ...
Can Conserving Water During Rain Prevent Overflows? (Part 2)
In Part 1, this discussion centered on whether conserving water on rainy days could help prevent overflows in separated sewer syst...
Can Conserving Water During Rain Prevent Overflows? (Part 1)
I recently caught up with an old college friend who mentioned she was refraining from using water during heavy rains so that she w...

Avoiding the Perils of CIPP While Maximizing Its Benefits
So your engineering team has decided to use cure-in-place-pipe (CIPP) to prolong the useful life of the municipal pipelines, but w...
When Inflow & Infiltration (I/I) Persists
When you have completed a comprehensive inflow/infiltration (I/I) reduction program, but I/I levels are still not where you want t...
Dog Day in the Field - Mishap while performing manhole inspection
On any day, given the nature of the work we do at RJN, our firm’s field personnel see all manner of strange things. 
Multi-Scan Inspection Drives Large Diameter Pipe Rehab
Like most cities across the US, the City of Tulsa is dealing with the maintenance and operation of an aging sanitary sewer infrast...
The 411 on Preventative Maintenance Programs
So, you reviewed thousands upon thousands of feet of CCTV footage and now you have mountains of data