Big Changes

Posted on March 22nd, 2010 by Phil in Cool Stuff, Phil Says, Rainwater Recovery News

And I mean BIG changes.
First off, Rainwater’s Waltham office has been closed up and the Rainwater team have moved to Brookline. Specifically, the Geosyntec office in Brookline. Yes, that’s right. Geosyntec Consultants has acquired Rainwater Recovery.
Geosyntec is an exciting place to be right now, with so many smart and innovative people working on hundreds of [...]

Recharging history

Posted on October 1st, 2009 by Water Nymph in Phil Says

We at Rainwater are working on our third major project designing groundwater recharge systems below buildings to mitigatethe deterioration of wood pile foundations.
One building we’re working under is irreplaceable; a 250-year-old building where foundations, if left unchecked, would deteriorate to a perilous state. It’s not the fault of the nineteenth century engineers. They knew that wood [...]

Rainwater Recovery’s fearless leader, Phil Reidy, will be presenting as part of New England Water Works Association continuing education program on Tuesday, June 2.  For those of you in the industry, it’s a neat way to get caught up with innovative programs and meet some interesting movers and shakers in the industry. The course is [...]

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