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The American Society of Civil Engineers released its annual infrastructure report card this week, and the prognosis for the country's roads, bridges, and public facilities isn't good. America's infrastructure has been in bad shape for years, and
Annual Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina to be held Oct. 9-12, 2013. U.S. (Photo: Business Wire) The award, which was officially instituted in 1976, is intended to encourage leadership and management skills in the civil engineering profession...
The American Society of Civil Engineers has just released its annual Report Card for America's Infrastructure , which grades several critical areas: water and environment, transportation, public facilities, and energy. And that report card is nothing
May 22 The Kansas City Star From hazardous dams to structurally deficient bridges, the infrastructure of Kansas and Missouri was faulted today by regional civil engineers meeting in Kansas City. More News Both states earned overall C-minus grades
Alvarado Water Treatment Plant Ozone Upgrade and Expansion Project in San Diego. The project increased capacity at the 62 year old plant by nearly 70 percent and improved the disinfection process providing safer, better tasting water to San Diego's
The roads, dams, water systems, airports and other underpinnings of the nation's economy are in sorry shape, the American Society of Civil Engineers said Tuesday...The engineers' quadrennial report card graded 16 sectors from aviation to wastewater.
ET Major infrastructure projects, like this freeway reconstruction in Los Angeles, are a hard sell to find funding for. President Obama is expected to once again call for billions more in federal spending on roads, bridges, rail and other
January 31, 2013 On February 22nd James O'Kon will address the annual conference of Professional Engineers in New Brunswick Canada about his research on the engineering accomplishments of the ancient Maya. The projects
If we don't invest now, all Americans will wind up paying more in the long run." While the report, "Failure to Act: The Impact of Current Infrastructure Investment on America's Economic Growth," was filled with figures in the millions, billions and
According to a report from The American Society of Civil Engineers, the nation's infrastructure was given a "D" grade, a rating that has not improved since 2005. In order to dig deeper into the nation's crippling infrastructure issues, Microdesk , a