2018 has been a wonderfully busy year! Thanks to all of you, we can do what we love every day; preserve and protect our watersheds. We couldn’t do what we do without all of you! With that in mind, we want to share with you all our top viewed blogs of 2018.
The restoration of the Lower Lower Stony Run is a 10.7-acre stream restoration project that runs directly behind Johns Hopkins University campus.
From Jamaica to environmental construction, Superintendent Andrew Sterling has such an interesting background. He was our top viewed Employee Spotlight for 2018!
Furnace Creek in Glen Burnie, Maryland, is one of the largest projects undertaken in north county for the Tidal Patapsco watershed in the history of the county’s Watershed Protection and Restoration Program.
Project Management and Estimating intern, Wade shares his experiences as an intern at EQR after finishing his second year in our program!
EQR was contracted by Fairfax County’s Stormwater Planning Division and Utility Design and Construction Division to restore approximately 1,575 linear feet of Turkeycock Run using natural channel design techniques.