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Planning Ahead

2017: Volume 2017

  • Issue 1 (January)
    This issue of Planning Ahead features a message from HQ Chief of Planning & Policy, Tab Brown; an interview with Director of Civil Works, James Dalton; and highlights from a Regional Sediment Management project in Northeast Florida. We also recognize Kip Runyon, Bronze Order of the de Fleury and the contributions of planners in responding to Hurricane Joaquin.
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  • Issue 2 (June)
    This issue of Planning Ahead highlights the 2016 national Planning award recipients, looks at Planning through the eyes of a District Commander, recognizes the contributions to the cultural resources field made by Paul Rubenstein, and explores the challenges and benefits of working on multi-district planning teams – and more.
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  • Issue 3 (October)
    This issue of Planning Ahead includes a message from the HQ Chief of Planning & Policy, Tab Brown; how the Grand River Ecosystem Restoration Study used early risk management strategies; an overview of the dam safety modification study for Mosul Dam; and recognizes the most recent Planning Associates class and first group of national Water Resources Certified Planners; and more. In the PCoP Q&A, we answer the question: Is there going to be a replacement for the Civil Works Review Board?
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