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Stormwater Project in Hull recieves praise in local newspaper


Norfolk has been working with the Town of Hull, particularly through its Department of Public Works and Conservation Commission to design and implement stormwater management improvements to improve runoff heading into Straits Pond.  Norfolk handled all of the design and permitting for the project, which is currently under construction. The project was recently written up in the Hull Times, January 26, 2012 edition.  You can read the entire article clicking following the link below:

Hull Times Article on Straits Pond

Richard@Pond Looking South resized 600For more information on Stormwater management or grant opportunities, please contact John McAllister at (508) 747-7900 extension 117.

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Norfolk attends Massachusetts Municipal Conferences


Norfolk Ram Group recently attended the annual Massachusetts Municipal Association conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA.  The annual conference is a two day event for Municipal officials to:

• Learn about solutions to problems facing thier community
• Meet people who can assist with resources and ideas
• Attend programs that will strengthen their ability to lead and serve their community

Norfolk was at the conference to meet with Municipal officials to discuss issue related to their specific communities and strategies and grants available for addressing those issues.

Norfolk will also be attending the annual Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissioners conference at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA in March.  The conference is an all day event where enviromental officials (local, state, and federal) can come to discuss and get educated on environmental rules, regulations and solutions.  Norfolk will be at the conference to discuss environmental concerns and strategies such as Low Impact Development for stormwater runoff and grant opportunities for preserving or enhancing environmental resources.

To learn more about the Municipal engineering services Norfolk can provide, including grant assistance, peer reviews and engineering design, please visit our Municipal engineering page on our website, or contact John McAllister at (508) 747-7900 extension 117.


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