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September 2017

Rehabilitating an Operational Military Runway Requires Efficiency and Teamwork

Runway embedded approach lighting at NAS Lemoore.

Naval Air Station Lemoore (NAS Lemoore), located in California’s Central Valley, serves as a critical west coast training facility for U.S. Navy fighter pilots throughout the year. NAS Lemoore is one the Navy’s largest and most active airfields. With five carrier air wings containing 20 flight squadrons that use the base for training and repairs, the 13,500-foot-long air station runway is in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read more about Rehabilitating an Operational Military Runway Requires Efficiency and Teamwork

A Walkable City of Longview

Pedestrian and low impact development stormwater features and amenities were part of the streetscape design.

As Southwest Washington continues to see strong economic trends from 2016 to this year, the towns and cities in this area have looked to improve their town centers and main streets for a more “walkable” environment. Incorporating amenities, such as inviting streetscapes and better and safer pedestrian access, creates an environment that benefits the community and businesses and helps grow the local economy. Many smaller and rural cities and towns have decided to improve their town centers to attract individuals and families looking for friendlier and more affordable living places than large cities, while still maintaining strong community cohesiveness and a unique identity. Read more about A Walkable City of Longview