While every year in our 126 year history has been unique, we're fairly certain that none of us have experienced anything quite like 2020. Good, bad, or ugly, we made it, and we're looking forward to a new year that's filled with prosperity and good health for all us.

If you've been following along via our newsletter or social media accounts, you have seen the wide range of projects and client collaborations that we've been fortunate to be a part of this year, several of which are featured in this newsletter round-up. We expect great things to continue throughout the upcoming year, and we can't wait to share our successes—and ultimately our client's successes—with you. 

As we reflect on the past 12 months, one sentiment stands out—we are so very thankful for clients and colleagues like you. We wish you the best this holiday season and a very Happy New Year!


 
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From All of Us

Season's Greetings & Warm Wishes for a Safe and Healthy New Year. 

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Virtual Technical Seminar Presented by Alden

This year has given us the opportunity to connect with colleagues in new ways. We were happy to be part of a virtual learning experience, presenting on the application of hydraulic modeling, including physical and computational fluid dynamics, in support of water and wastewater infrastructure design and retrofit.  

Over 40 engineers from Houston Public Works learned which water treatment components can be optimized by CFD and physical models, as well as what is involved in conducting CFD or physical model analysis, including what goes into the making of either type of model.

Attendees earned 1 PDH credit for attending.

If you're interested in providing your own group with a virtual "lunch and learn" or additional professional development opportunity, contact us! We'd be happy to work with you to develop a presentation to keep the important exchange of engineering ideas flowing. 

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Alden Designs Dual Pressure Fire Fighting Nozzle

What do you do when there are no commercially available fire fighting nozzles that operate in both UHP and LP modes? Design one, of course! Read more about the work our team of talented engineers is doing to increase a firefighter's attack power and safety.

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Alden Helps Design and Build Wave-Current Flume

A wave-current flume, designed and built with help from Alden, has been installed at the University of Massachusetts Ocean and Marine Engineering Laboratory, located in Gunness Hall on the UMass Amherst campus. The facility will be used by students and researchers to test renewable energy designs.  Read about the work UMass has done in support of renewable energy. 

Pictured: components ready for installation 

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Alden joins TEAMER program, network of top tier marine energy testing and expertise facilities in the United States.

 

Holiday Hours

Please note that Alden offices will be closed December 25-January 1.

Inquiries can be sent via our website and we will respond to each one of them as soon as possible upon our return.

See you next year!

 

 
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