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As detailed in the Geosynthetics magazine article, titled "Reviving the Palos Verdes Reservoir - Part 4", the Palos Verdes Reservoir site has played an important role in the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California’s extensive potable water network since the late 1930s. California's water infrastructure is one of the most challenged systems in the United States due to the large population it supports, the age of much of the water infrastructure, and the diverse environments—mountains, coastlines, old-growth forests, deserts—found in the state. (see the project video included)

As detailed in the Geosynthetics magazine article, titled "Reviving the Palos Verdes Reservoir - Part 3", the Palos Verdes Reservoir has been part of Los Angeles County’s extensive water service network since the late 1930s. California's water infrastructure is one of the most challenged systems in the United States due to the large population it supports, the age of much of the water infrastructure, and the diverse environments—mountains, coastlines, old-growth forests, deserts—found in the state.

Raven and Girl Scouts–Dakota Horizons announce a three-year partnership to create a cooperative learning environment offering Girl Scouts hands-on, minds-on activities in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). With a vision to positively impact our world through highly innovative technology, Raven is an ideal program partner for Girl Scouts–Dakota Horizons. Together, the organizations are engaging young women in STEM topics and scientific reasoning while equipping them with leadership skills to take action and make the world a better place.

To support growth and help ensure Raven and our customers remain compliant with the EU data protection law (General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”), we’ve made a number of updates and improvements to our privacy practices and policies.

As detailed in the Geosynthetics Magazine article, titled "Reviving the Palos Verdes Reservoir", the Palos Verdes Reservoir has been part of Los Angeles County’s extensive water service network since the late 1930s. The avocado-shaped facility, with a depth of 75 feet, provides 360 million gallons of water storage. To keep it operating efficiently and to extend its service life greatly, a plan was approved to make significant changes and upgrades. Raven CLI was awarded this large-scale project to fabricate and install geocomposite and a geomembrane liner and cover.