Management of Design
Denver's new airport uses the services of over 80 separate design firms. The existing airport, Stapleton, could not be expanded to meet the forecasted demand of 1,200,000 operations with...

Construction Approach to Denver International Airport
The new Denver International Airport, a $2.7 billion project, is being designed and constructed under the oversight and guidance of a Program Management Team (PMT) led by the City and...

Denver International Airport Fabric Roof Design
The design of Denver's Landside Terminal Complex for the new Denver International Airport, called for some far reaching vision coupled with imaginative building technologies. Because of...

The Design of the Airside Concourses
The growth of commercial air traffic in the United States has resulted in the development of the 'New Denver International Airport.' the airside concourses were designed by joint venture...

Baggage System Implementation at DIA
BAE Automated Systems is currently under contract to supply the complete, Integrated Automated Baggage Handling System (IABHS) for the New Denver International Airport. The system represents...

Impact of the New Denver Airport on the Air Traffic Control System
Building the new Denver Airport has two major impacts on air traffic control: first, it requires redesigning the airspace surrounding the Denver area; and second, it requires moving to...

The Airport Traffic Control Tower for the New Denver International Airport
Developing a new airport traffic control tower involves many complexities of planning, engineering, and coordination. For the ATCT at the New Denver International Airport, these complexities...

Climatic Change and Ensuing Risks Facing Water Resources Managers
Global climatic changes will have a significant effect on the utilization of regional water resources and will influence markedly the operation and management of water storage and delivery...

Agricultural Drains and Safety of Dams
Bonny Dam is located in east central Colorado on the South Fork Republican River. The dam's foundation is in the relatively porous Ogallala formation. Throughout the history of the dam,...

Importance of ET on Colorado River Water Quality
Salinity is a major problem in the Colorado River. About 37 percent of the salt loading is contributed by irrigated agriculture activities. Deep percolation and seepage from irrigated...

Water Management Under Drought Conditions: An Overview of Practices by Non-Federal Entities
This paper provides an overview of water management procedures and practices of non-federal water management agencies under drought conditions. The general components of drought water...

Design of Irrigation Distribution System
This paper briefly discusses the Bureau of Reclamation's process of developing the rehabilitation of the Grand Valley Unit in Colorado. Sections are included on accessing needs of the...

Climate Change and Water Management Flexibility
Changes in regional climate expected to occur as a result of the accumulation of greenhouse gases may have significant impacts on water resources. In this paper, I examine the sensitivity...

Water Data of the International Boundary and Water Commission
The International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico (IBWC) was created by the Treaty of March 1, 1889, between the Governments of the United States and Mexico. Principal...

Water Demand Management in the Las Vegas Valley Region
Water resources in the Las Vegas Valley Region (LVR) are of great concern to the residents and local water purveyors. The chief stimulus for concern is the rapid growth of the region coupled...

Agricultural Option Contracts
A plan for developing and implementing option contracts on agricultural water supplies by municipalities in Northern Colorado is presented. Two water supply projects - the Colorado-Big...

Are High and Low Flow Habitat Values Really the Same?
The Instream Flow Incremental Methodology calculates physical habitat as a weighted sum. Suitability of use information for each modeled species and life stage are used to weight each...

Trickle Channel Rehabilitation
Perhaps the primary factor driving the need for trickle channels is urban development. Rural streams in the region display a hydraulic stability and vegetative cover that is resilient...

Modeling of a Large-Scale Water Distribution System
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) imports water from the California State Water Project and the Colorado River, providing for supplemental water demands for six...

Chemical-Constituent Load Removal Efficiency of an Urban Detention Pond/Wetlands System in the Denver Metropolitan Area, Colorado

 

 

 

 

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