An AECOM engineer checking the chemical levels of the LA River.
Civil Engineering did a cover story on the LA River.
One of the outtakes of this shoot.
This is the image chosen by the magazine.
The LA River supports a great deal of wildlife.
AECOM designed a slurry wall in East Palo Alto, in order for a tunnel to be built to deliver water.
This is the giant steel structure before it was raised up vertically.
These are the water carriers of old.
This site was adjacent to a wildlife preserve.
AECOM has done a great deal of work with water treatment plants.
Even though it’s waste water, it photographs beautifully.
A water plant near San Diego, California.
The same plant, which AECOM upgraded.
Water treatment facility.
This plant is in Southern California.
This plant was somewhere in Georgia.
An AECOM project near Phoenix, Arizona.
AECOM, in New York, built this to protect a highway upgrade from any marine traffic mishaps.
Another view of the structure, from grade.
Civil Engineering Magazine decided to put it on their cover.
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