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Why Steel Tariffs Are Tormenting the Pipeline Industry

Why Steel Tariffs Are Tormenting the Pipeline Industry
Doug Hanchett

U.S. steel tariffs are causing "consternation" within the pipeline industry and could send prices skyrocketing - or even scuttle projects entirely.

Blog

Aug 14th, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

topic Pipelines Midstream

industry Oil and Gas

TRC Fit to Be Tight at Scattergood Site

TRC Fit to Be Tight at Scattergood Site
Doug Hanchett

TRC's successful decommissioning of Scattergood Generating Station Unit 3 in LA featured a number of challenges – including heartbreak.

Blog

Aug 1st, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

industries Utilities Generation

Tackling the Advanced Energy Frontier with TRC at ACEEE Summer Study

Tackling the Advanced Energy Frontier with TRC at ACEEE Summer Study
Carmen Henrikson

What will the grid of the future look like? Where are scientists and engineers breaking new ground to push energy efficiency even further? Join TRC at ACEEE Summer Study to find out.

Blog

Jul 24th, 2018

by Carmen Henrikson

topic Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy

How Vali Cooper & Associates and TRC Came Together

How Vali Cooper & Associates and TRC Came Together
Agnes Weber

Last month TRC purchased respected California construction management firm Vali Cooper & Associates. VC&A's Agnes Weber explains the genesis of the deal.

Blog

Jul 17th, 2018

by Agnes Weber

topic TRC Infrastructure

Utility-Scale Solar Market Heating Up in U.S. Despite Tariffs

Utility-Scale Solar Market Heating Up in U.S. Despite Tariffs
Rob Jackson, PE

After a down year in 2017, the utility-scale solar market in the U.S. is on the rebound thanks to continued federal investment, state tax and policy incentives and declining capital costs.

Blog

Jun 12th, 2018

by Rob Jackson, PE

topics Renewable Energy

industries Generation Utilities

Groundwater Recharge: How It Affects Your Decisions

Groundwater Recharge: How It Affects Your Decisions
David Hay

Often misunderstood, groundwater recharge is an important consideration when assessing groundwater supply or aquifer vulnerability.

Blog

May 30th, 2018

by David Hay

Seeing Through the Vog: The Majesty and Danger of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano

Seeing Through the Vog: The Majesty and Danger of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano
David Elam

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano is causing some serious air quality concerns for residents of the big island as well as those on Maui and Oahu.

Blog

May 24th, 2018

by David Elam

topic Air

Magical Mystery Mural: How John Van Hamersveld and TRC Turned an Empty Oil Tank into a Work of Art

Magical Mystery Mural: How John Van Hamersveld and TRC Turned an Empty Oil Tank into a Work of Art
Doug Hanchett

The rusty old tank in Los Angeles is now a 30-foot high Day-Glo collage of surf-inspired psychedelia that's visible from miles away.

Blog

May 16th, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

industry Utilities

Michigan Steps Up Fight Against PFAS Contamination

Michigan Steps Up Fight Against PFAS Contamination

Michigan is cracking down on PFAS contamination with a pair of new regulatory actions aimed at protecting the state's water supply.

Blog

May 8th, 2018

by David McKenzie

7 Key Steps to a Successful Combustion Turbine Upgrade

7 Key Steps to a Successful Combustion Turbine Upgrade

Upgrading to new turbines can have many benefits for aging power plants - provided the project is done right. Here are seven tips to help plan and execute a successful upgrade.

Blog

May 1st, 2018

by Michael Keller

topics Permitting and Licensing

industries Generation Utilities