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Answering the Call for Homeland Security

Protecting critical assets requires thorough evaluation of security risks.

BenchMark 2006 No. 3: Feature Projects

Archaeological Investigations, Mountainburg, Ark.; Naval Postgraduate School Addition, Monterey, Calif.; Operational Training Center, Twentynine Palms, Calif.; Newspaper Production Facility, Kansas City, Mo.

BenchMark 2006 No. 3: Safety Corner/News in Brief

Safety Corner: Spreading the Culture of Safety; News in Brief: Client Saves More Than $1.5 Million, Reprieve for Existing Facilities under 316(b) Phase III Rules, Power to the People, Project Management Expertise Yields Award for Client.

BenchMark 2006 No. 3: Tech Q&A/How It Works

Technical Q&A: EPA's "New Source" Regulation; How It Works: Nutrient Injection for Groundwater Remediation of Nitrate.

Building the Industry: Passion Strengthens Industry Efforts to Secure Facilities

The events of Sept. 11, 2001, didn't really change the threat environment in the United States. But they did change the perception of the security threat.

Land Acquisition Services

Professional right-of-way agents help utilities and others seeking to acquire land or easements needed for projects avoid condemnations. These professionals provide services such as title search and review, survey permission, survey and legal descriptions, property valuation and negotiation.

'Lean' and Mean: Helping Quest Diagnostics Embark on Its Quest

Medical testing company Quest Diagnostics recognizes the value of working with companies that have a national presence and local expertise.

Safe Port in a Storm: A Typhoon-Resistant Hangar for Andersen AFB

For military aircraft that can't be flown off Guam before a storm hits, protection is a priority.

Security: Where Do We Go from Here?

Governments, industries and organizations continue to face the challenge of assessing and protecting agains the myriad threats to the critical infrastructure of the nation.

Virtual Growth: Rapid City Uses Information Management to Plan for Future

Rapid City needs to accommodate growth with a comprehensive capital improvements plan. Information management will do it.