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He designed civic and cultural projects throughout the U.S., including notably for a number of historically African American colleges.
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Limited damage in Ridgecrest, but EERI reports two red-tagged buildings.
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Have you really thought about how much money poor quality data or bad business intelligence is costing your company?

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How mature is YOUR resource management practice? About 55% of respondents in our GAUGE survey said they have reached resource management maturity for their organization.

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Measure approved by Ways and Means Committee would create a federal loan program to help plans in distressed condition.

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Even though flood water has fallen to levels that make some bridges and channel roads passable in the tiny island town of Kaskaskia, Ill., local officials still don't have a good idea of how much damage more than three months of being submerged has done.

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New Orleans is facing the biggest test of its post-Katrina hurricane protection system as the region is bracing for up to 20 inches of rain from Barry.

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The focus of IBHS outreach in 2019 is calling out details of landscaping, construction materials, and the assembly of decks, roofs, siding, soffits and vents as ignition-point risks when seeded by wind-blown embers. It also is looking at the fire resistance of manufactured lumber, versus natural materials.

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