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What Is Stormwater, and When Does It Become a Problem?

What Is Stormwater, and When Does It Become a Problem?

Updated June 2021  Stormwater is the runoff from rainfall or melting snow or ice — and humid climates produce a lot of it.  Take Michigan, for example. The midwestern state sees its fair share of rain and snow. Between 1981 and 2010, Michigan’s annual precipitation...

Toolbox Talks (for When They Start to Get Boring)

Toolbox Talks (for When They Start to Get Boring)

Updated April 2021. Every team loves a coach who inspires as well as instructs. In construction, that means a toolbox talk that informs, engages, and sometimes even entertains.  We've rounded up 20 toolbox topics that will keep your audience attentive. Breathe some...

Bogged Down: What Wetlands Are, and Why They Matter

Bogged Down: What Wetlands Are, and Why They Matter

Water. It's a crucial natural resource. Yet too much or too little water, such as in drought years or when it floods, requires a radical readjustment for most property owners. Wetlands are a unique form of water — they’re an essential environmental feature — and they...

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