By Mitzy Collins LDA is committed to giving back and investing in the communities where we live and work. For the third year in a row, LDA is proud to be a main event sponsor for Oak Ridge’s Secret City Festival. The importance and history of the festival to the citizens of Oak Ridge made this a great opportunity for … Read More
Engineering Global Change
By Jonathan Wallace, PE LDA’s Jonathan Wallace is committed to giving back. As a member of Engineers Without Borders Tri-Cities Chapter, he is part of the team dedicated to engineering global change.
Investing in Chattanooga’s Infrastructure
By Mark Harrison, PE LDA’s Mark Harrison and volunteers from the North River Soccer Association gathered to participate in the Tennessee Environmental Council’s 50k Tree Day and invest in Chattanooga’s infrastructure.
AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES AWARDS LDA PROJECT
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Tennessee has awarded LDA Engineering an Engineering Excellence award for a project in Alcoa, Tennessee.
Sewer Rehabilitation: Rehabilitation Methods
By Greg Jones, PE After completing an evaluation of the gravity sewer system, an engineer will determine if problems exist. When a problem is identified, an engineer will determine the best sewer rehabilitation method.
CITY OF KNOXVILLE SELECTS LDA ENGINEERING FOR FOUNTAIN CITY LAKE PROJECT
The City of Knoxville selected LDA Engineering to develop a long-term management and maintenance plan and provide engineering consultation on the iconic Fountain City Lake.
Maryville College student flourishes in LDA Engineering Internship
As a Maryville College economics major interested in learning how business decisions are made, Riley McMillan was excited to begin her internship in the Knoxville headquarters of LDA Engineering.
Sewer rehabilitation: Evaluation
By David Marcum, PE As a work plan is developed to evaluate the gravity sanitary sewer system, all of the infrastructure (assets) must be inventoried. A typical inventory would include the gravity sewer pipe sizes, lengths, materials and age.
TENNESSEE CHAPTER OF AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION HONORS LDA ENGINEERING’S JOHNSON CITY PROJECT
Founders Park selected Project of the Year The Tennessee Chapter of American Public Works Association (TCAPWA) has awarded Founders Park in Johnson City as the Project of the Year. As the winner of the state award, the project will be entered into the national American Public Works Association Project of the Year competition next fall.
Geographical Information Systems and Water Management
By Jim Albert Geographical Information Systems are prevalent in our everyday lives, from smartphone push notifications to emergency dispatch centers. And while these are highly visible and above-ground applications, GIS also can be used in a bottom-up approach to water management.