Wednesday, December 19, 2012

IQ Volume 4 Issue 4


The newest issue of Garver's IQ will be in mailboxes soon, but you can begin reading our online edition now. This edition features:

Steady Flow for Trout Below
A siphon through Norfork Dam is improving the North Fork and White rivers' trout habitat by sending a constant flow of cooler water downstream.

Steep Terrain
Hills along U.S. Highway 281 in Major County, Oklahoma added a level of complexity to an Oklahoma Department of Transportation project that replaced an aging bridge. The project runs through an area known to locals as Griever Canyon.

Wastewater Reuse: The New Commodity
An advanced recycling method is re-purposing wastewater to reduce potable water usage and improve energy efficiency at Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma. The recycling distribution network gives Fort Sill the ability to use the treated wastewater in its energy plant's cooling towers and for geothermal heat pumps to condition buildings.

What Lies Beneath
Auburn University Regional Airport in Auburn, Alabama faced a unique challenge during its taxiway extension project: contending with an abandoned, capped landfill.

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