Next week we’ll be sharing a few of our favorite stories of 2014. What’s on the list? Here’s a hint.
National Geographic also covered the daylighting of the Broad Branch stream and the restoration of the Linnean stream. Its reporters must have visited at several stages of the project for this article and video featuring project manager Steve Saari of DDOE, and Keith Underwood, the contractor.
[box]Underwood calls his work “regenerative design.” Natural systems respond to change over time, he says, unlike man-made filter systems, which eventually fail. “It’s a work of art as much as engineering,” he says of his process, which he’s been refining over the past couple of decades and on which a patent is pending.[/box]