Archive for April, 2022:

Automated Detention Basins: A Look at RTC, CMAC and What’s Next

Posted on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 by Nevene Fanous
In Stormwater, tagged in automated detention basins

The introduction of “smart” technologies into stormwater management is a concept that has been gaining traction around the world in recent years (García et al. 2015; Mullapudi et al. 2017; Schütze et al. 2004; Shishegar et al. 2018). A promising form of smart stormwater management is Real Time Control (RTC). Through internet connected sensors and […]

How PCSWMM Improves Project Analysis

Posted on Wednesday, April 20th, 2022 by Drew Pjesky
In Stormwater, tagged in pcswmm affinis engineering

PCSWMM supports the comprehensive analysis of existing stormwater systems. It can provide cities with the ability to target and identify key components for upgrade. Communities can use this information to maximize their budget and prioritize projects, while protecting residents. PCSWMM allows our team to easily create hydraulic models using a variety of data sources. We […]

Co-Worker News: 3 New Hires

Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2022 by Affinis Corp
In Firm News, tagged in affinis new co-workers

We’ve added a lot of new faces to the Affinis team. Today, we’re excited to introduce you to three, new co-workers. Meet Nevene Fanous, a project manager; Dawn Bocock, an accounting assistant; and Emily Bishop, our office coordinator. You can learn more about each person by following these links: Nevene, Dawn, and Emily. There, you’ll discover […]

City of Pleasant Hill Improves Trail Connectivity with Roadway Improvements

Posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 by Linda Rottinghaus
In Roadway, tagged in pleasant hill Missouri roadway engineering

When we first began work on the 163rd Street Improvements with the City of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, they wanted to replace the temporary signal with a permanent one to increase safety. They also planned to connect the school to the trail on Route 7. As they were planning the project, a developer added a gas […]