December 29, 2013. It’s almost the end of 2013. It’s a beautiful sunny day here in New Orleans and we’re just back from a Second Line< parade Uptown. The Second Line is a kind of like a rolling block party. You can catch one most Sundays throughout the year in various neighborhoods for a little local music and authentic culture. It’s a great [...]
A wise friend of mine once said: “People will support what they value. People will value what they understand.” A Coalition of associations representing water and wastewater utilities and private sector companies like ours who serve the industry have banded together in quest to help build understanding and support for the vital water and wastewater infrastructure that underpins our economy, our environment and our very way of life.
CH2M HILL is proud to […]
It’s a cloudy day on Martha’s Vineyard, perfect for finally getting to that writing I’ve been meaning to do. The seagulls are complaining about something, and the gentle chug of distant outboards competes with the clanking of halyards on the sailboats in the harbor. The ocean outside helps cut through the clutter of news and events to try and report on something hopefully more meaningful than Miley Cyrus’ MTV performance and less disturbing than […]
As I sit here at my kitchen table on Sunday night, it’s hard to believe just a few days ago we were tromping around the dusty roads of Rwanda, visiting water points, latrines, schools and clinics to see first-hand the marvelous work Water For People is helping with in that country.
Last Friday morning, June 21, Jon and I were joined by our friends Gina Wammock and Eric Rothstein for a visit to the […]