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In response to the NOAA Atlas 14 rainfall which was recently published, the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) has proposed interim guidelines and criteria for projects affecting HCFCD right-of-way.
In response to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Atlas 14 rainfall data which was recently published,
Houston-based civil engineering consulting firm, Ward, Getz & Associates, LLP (WGA), has positioned itself for strategic growth with the promotion of four associates to partner. The promotions follow a period of intense focus on attracting
With a firm-wide plan of growth and expansion, WGA promoted four key Project Engineers to the role of Project Manager. These professionals personify everything that WGA stands for: excellence in engineering, a commitment to take on new challenges, and a true passion for serving their clients. Please join us in celebrating their accomplishments and watching as they will undoubtedly do great things!
WGA LLP is a proud supporter of 2018 Homeaid Houston Project Playhouse.
Effective Monday, April 23, 2018, the responsibility for stormwater capacity will transfer from the Utility Analysis section to the Office of the City Engineer. The new Stormwater Information Form will replace the Stormwater Letter of Availability Application form. The Utility Analysis Section will continue to process stormwater applications that have already been submitted to the Houston Permitting Center.
In response to the devastating flooding experienced during Hurricane Harvey, the City of Houston and Harris County began the process of drafting revisions to the floodplain development regulations with the main objective of reducing the risk of flood losses for future development projects.
With a firm-wide plan of growth and expansion, WGA recently promoted four key Project Managers to the role of Associate. Please join us in celebrating their commitment to the firm, drive for success, and passion to take on this new challenge.
Engineers Week–the only event of its kind–is a time to celebrate how engineers make a difference in our world, increase public dialogue about the need for engineers, and bring engineering to life for kids, educators, and parents.