I’ve long been fascinated by culverts, those zillions of pipes that carry small waterways under roads – writing about them (e.g., here) so much that one editor at the Monitor makes jokes about my passion.
Culverts interesting because they’re a perfect example of overlooked, everyday engineering that has to cope with our changing climate. So I jumped at the chance to write about an interesting culvert being installed in Concord – a concrete culvert turned upside-down for interesting geological and environmental reasons.
Sound interesting? You bet: You can learn more here.