In this month's roundup, we are excited to share the news of an award winning project—a project that is a "testament to the success of the overall team."  

This team-oriented mentality has helped make Alden an internationally acclaimed leader in solving flow-related engineering and environmental problems. Our experts are passionate about what they do—another story featured in this newsletter—and we're happy to share their successes.

Read on. Watch the videos. And remember, if you have a problem that could use some Alden expertise, there's room on our team. 


Poudre River Drop Structure Earns 2020 H2O Project Award

The Colorado Contractors Association's 4th Annual H2O Awards named the Project in the category of Open Concrete Flow Structures under $6 million. Alden was the prime consultant for the Project and provided complete structural and hydraulic engineering services, including hydraulic modeling for the design of the replacement drop structure and overall site improvements. Find out who else was on the team and see how the project unfolded.

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Communicating CFD Results Through Data Visualization and Rendering

Read—and watch—how our experts are breathing life into CFD data visualization to convey realism and provide visual interest for a variety of complex problem sets. 

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Alden Fisheries Biologist Featured

For Women’s History Month 2021, DOE celebrated its commitment to advancing women’s participation and leadership in the energy workforce by honoring inspirational women leading climate action—including Alden's own Jenna Rackovan! Read more about the "Women Poised to Bring Sea Change in Clean Energy."

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Team Nanobubble Participates in HeroX Winner's Webinar

Our prize winning team shared how they came up with their solution to remove off-flavors in farmed catfish for the USDA during the HeroX Winners Webinar. A link to the recording can be found here.

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Do you think you have an idea that our team can help to develop? Let's Talk!


Calling all marine renewable energy (MRE) developers. The TEAMER Program will begin accepting applications for Request for Technical Support (RFTS) 3 on Friday, April 9th! Find out more.

Learn about the Design of a Nature-like Fishway Optimized using CFD Modelingthe topic that was presented during today's session on Restoring Native Migratory Fish Passage at Stream Barriers at the 2021 Maine Sustainability & Water Conference.

We will also be presenting at the Hydro+ Series, a yearlong source of free and informative content. Join us for Waterpower Hydro Basics: Natural Resource Stewardship: Instream Flows and Fish Passage. Visit to learn more or sign up. 


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