On February 9, 2016, the Supreme Court stayed implementation of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) pending judicial review. Were you familiar with the CPP before the news broke? Learn about the basics of the plan and what we can expect in the future.
When purchasing an oil or gas facility or property, buyers should be aware of the lurking risks. One way to mitigate some of the risk is by performing thorough pre-purchase environmental due diligence. This will help to ensure that permits and records are in order, no significant contamination is present on site, and no legal encumbrances are associated with the properties.
Five months ago, a federal appeals court issued a nationwide stay of the Clean Water Rule (commonly referred to as the Waters of the U.S or WOTUS rule). The stay will be maintained while the legal battles surrounding it are reviewed by the country’s courts. But, the buzz about this controversial rule didn’t stop there.
The East End Connector Project for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division 5 will transform the way that people get around Durham, providing travelers with a direct controlled access roadway between NC 147 and US 70. Consisting of multi-tier interchanges and complete reconstruction of both roadways, the connector is expected to take about four-and-a-half years to complete. Our team, providing construction engineering and inspection (CEI) services, has already made significant progress as we prepare to celebrate our first year on-site.
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The Jacksonville Business Journal reported that RS&H architect Tyler Curl, AIA, has been named American Institute of Architect’s Jacksonville Chapter president for 2016. Tyler has been with the firm since 2005, and he’s a graduate of Tulane University.