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Photo of pararescueman Staff Sgt. Lopaka Mounts receiving a hug from a resident after Hurricane Ike, Sept. 13, 2008.
Dam and spillway on the St. Francis River
Exterior rendering of the proposed Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care Center
Photo showing skyline of Texas Medical Center
Planning drawing for College Avenue in Fort Colllins, CO
Destruction to the Norwalk Calf Pasture Pier caused by Hurricane Sandy
The South Florida coastline
Old Harbor Life-Saving Station, Cape Cod National Seashore
Skyline of highrise buildings and shipping cranes with mountains in the background
Charleston Harbor
Aerial view of the San Francisco Bay with the Bay Bridge in foreground.
Recreational boats on quiet water with seaside homes in background.
Mill River Culvert, Old Croton Aqueduct, Tarrytown, New York
Residential trees and one of Chicago's elevated commuter trains
Sebago Lake
Boston city-scape
Photo of plume of smoke is seen rising from the North Fork fire in Jefferson County, Colorado
Photo of Greenwich Hospital
Levee holding flood waters in Fargo, North Dakota
Stormwater flows onto street
Photo of storm-damaged railroad tracks
Bridge over the Huron River, Bandemer Park, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Photo of Spaulding Rehab Hospital in Boston, MA
Charleston skyline from Charleston Harbor
Salmon jumping a fall
Building undergoing demolition
Infrastructure at Blue Plains Facility
Sunset over NYC
Louisiana Highway 1
Rebuilding a road in Colorado
Flooding in Lane County, Oregon.
Gulfport, MS, August 20, 2010. The new pier was completed with construction funds provided by FEMA to help rebuild the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina.
The Tybee Island pier on Tybee Island
MWRD Stickney Water Reclamation Plant in Chicago, Illinois.