The City of Palo Alto has retained NV5 to provide engineering services for the Santa Clara Valley Water District/Pope Chaucer bridge replacement project at San Francisquito Creek. Click here to read the full article.
The Utah Specialty Care Center located in the Daybreak community in South Jordan, Utah, has received LEED Gold Certification status. The 208,000 square foot building completed in late fall 2011, designed to achieve LEED Silver Certification, has exceeded this initial goal. NV5’s scope of work included design of a 96 inch corrugated metal pipe detention … Continue reading Another NV5 Project Receives LEED Gold
The Zofnass Program at Harvard University has appointed NV5’s CEO, Dickerson Wright, to the Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory Board (SIAB). Founded in 2008, the Zofnass Program is focused on the development, methods, processes, and tools that quantify sustainability for infrastructure. Its goal is to facilitate the adoption of sustainable solutions for infrastructure projects, and expand the … Continue reading The Zofnass Program at Harvard University has appointed NV5’s CEO, Dickerson Wright, to the Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory Board
Miss NV5 on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook? Attached are NV5’s September posts about Water Conservation and Infrastructure Design Most traditional water & wastewater infrastructure is designed for 100 gallons per day per person. What is your infrastructure designed for? Avg indoor water use in the US is 60 to 70 gpd. New construction meeting CALgreen, … Continue reading NV5’s September posts about Water Conservation and Infrastructure Design
October 4, 2012 NV5/Dade Moeller* has an expanded role at the Hanford nuclear site, providing technical direction and operation of the radiation dosimetry program components of the site’s radiological site services (RSS). As provider of radiological health and safety services to the Mission Support Alliance (MSA) team, the company also helped ensure the successful move … Continue reading NV5 Assumes Responsibility in Worker Radiation Safety Services at Hanford