INDUSTRY NEWS / INFRASTRUCTURE

States Report $1.2 Billion in Infrastructure Damage from 2019 Storms

Industry News / Infrastructure August 14, 2019 States Report $1.2 Billion in Infrastructure Damage from 2019 Storms Storms and floods in the first half of 2019 have caused more than…

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Study Finds U.S. Water Infrastructure to be Inadequate for Increasingly Severe Weather

Industry News / Infrastructure August 5, 2019 Study Finds U.S. Water Infrastructure to be Inadequate for Increasingly Severe Weather Current design standards for U.S. hydrologic infrastructure are not adequate for…

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Corps of Engineers to Evaluate Four Potential P3 Projects

Industry News / Infrastructure June 26, 2019 Corps of Engineers to Evaluate Four Potential P3 Projects In its effort to reduce its nearly $100 billion backlog of authorized but unfunded…

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Survey Finds Americans Avoiding Automobile Travel Due To Highway Congestion

Industry News / Infrastructure June 4, 2019 Survey Finds Americans Avoiding Automobile Travel Due To Highway Congestion Americans avoided an estimated 47.5 million car trips last year because of highway…

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Nevada Tops Best Transportation System Report

Industry News / Infrastructure June 3, 2019 Nevada Tops Best Transportation System Report Nevada ranks first in the United States for transportation, according to a recent study by U.S. News…

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EPA Targets Making All Environmental Permit Decisions Within Six Months

Industry News / Infrastructure May 21, 2019 EPA Targets Making All Environmental Permit Decisions Within Six Months Andrew Wheeler, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), said last week the…

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U.S. Army Corps Plans to Strengthen Flood Control Along Missouri River

Industry News / Infrastructure May 21, 2019 U.S. Army Corps Plans to Strengthen Flood Control Along Missouri River In the wake of the record-breaking flooding this spring in states along…

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Upgrading of Deficient Bridges at Slowest Pace in Five Years

Industry News / Infrastructure April 4, 2019 Upgrading of Deficient Bridges at Slowest Pace in Five Years The number of structurally deficient bridges across the country declined last year to…

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U.S. DOT Secretary Chao Calls for Streamlined Permitting

Industry News / Infrastructure March 5, 2019 U.S. DOT Secretary Chao Calls for Streamlined Permitting U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said cutting red tape at the federal level continues to…

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L.A.’s Aggressive Wastewater Recycling Plan Would Supply Up to One-Third of City’s Water by 2035

Industry News / Infrastructure March 4, 2019 L.A.’s Aggressive Wastewater Recycling Plan Would Supply Up to One-Third of City’s Water by 2035 Los Angeles has set a goal of recycling…

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