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The New Hub and Spoke Model: Redirecting the Flow of Patient Care

 

For the past two decades, many healthcare providers have been developing networks of primary, secondary and tertiary care settings to provide care to their patient population. Depending upon the size and scope of the provider, these networks...

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Jul 17, 2017

How Much Water Does it Take to Make a Hamburger?

 

Here’s a question most consumers don’t ponder when diving into their favorite greasy cheeseburger: how much water did it take to make this?

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Mar 22, 2017

How Nutrient Recovery Systems Offer Municipalities a Win-Win

 

What if the owners of municipalities could simultaneously help the environment and create a money revenue stream that could offset costs?

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Apr 14, 2016

5 Questions with Water Design-Build Expert Bryan Bedell

 

Bryan Bedell, Division Leader of Haskell's Water Division, takes a moment to answer five questions about key issues for utility owners and how the right approach can relieve their challenges. Enjoy this conversation with Bryan.

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Mar 22, 2016

Think Tank Summer Series: Revamp Your Water Reduction Plan

 

Do you remember those seemingly unsolvable word problems in grade school math? If not, here’s one to jog your memory.

If 71% of the globe is covered in water, 1% is accessible for human consumption and the global population is 7 billion in...

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Mar 22, 2016

Case Study: How 3D Laser Scanning & BIM Informed Facility Design

 

What happens when you attempt an infrastructure improvement project without full plans and specifications? 

For progressive design-builders, this is the norm and often not a concern. However, when Haskell’s Bryan Bedell and team were tasked...

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Mar 21, 2016

DBIA Water/Wastewater Conference: Haskell Speaker Recap

From March 17-19, the Haskell Water team participated in the 2014 DBIA Water/Wastewater Conference in San Jose, California. In addition to exhibiting, Haskell brought five speakers to the conference to discuss several water/wastewater topics....

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Mar 21, 2016

Identifying Energy Solutions that Finance Themselves

 

Is it possible to make energy upgrades to your facility without being hampered by the inability to raise rates or undertake expensive capital improvements? Now it is. Energy Performance Contracting enables utilities seeking to reduce energy...

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Mar 18, 2016

Aging Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Forces Utilities to Make Hard Choices

 

The Miami-Dade Commission approved $1.6 billion over the next 15 years to repair and update the county’s aging water and sewer pipes. That sounds like a big commitment, and it demonstrates a step in the right direction. 

But take into account...

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Mar 18, 2016

John Giachino to Moderate FWRC Alternative Project Delivery Methods Panel Discussion

 

Increasing pressures in the wastewater and water utility sectors for lower project design and construction costs, higher performance, faster project completion and streamlined project management are causing more owners to utilize Alternative...

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Mar 18, 2016

Progressive Design-Build Provides Long and Short-Term Water Project Benefits

 

Water utilities have quickly realized the pressures of delivering quality product to consumers in a changing environment. The potable water needs of society have begun to stress the infrastructure that has served consumers sufficiently for many...

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Mar 18, 2016

Progressive Design-Build Allows JEA to Realize Best Solution

 

Although JEA had developed a preliminary design as part of the original request for proposal, they saw value in allowing the design-builder to offer alternatives that would:

  • Reduce impact on the environment and surrounding community
  • Reduce...
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Mar 18, 2016

2013 Water/Wastewater Conference Owner Scholarships Available

 

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