Underground Mysteries Solved

Hydraulic modeling helps a Georgia city make water system improvements and plan for future growth in the aftermath of a tornado
Underground Mysteries  Solved
Jennifer Suttles, project manager at Woodard & Curran, uses hydraulic modeling software to examine Americus’ water infrastructure. (Photos and graphics courtesy of Hugh Ryan)

When a tornado nearly leveled sections of Americus, Ga., the city got down to the business of rebuilding. One major reconstruction project was the replacement of the destroyed Sumter Regional Hospital, the area’s major health care facility.

To serve the new facility and provide...

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