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Public Works 2017 Salary Survey Results Public Works 2017 Salary Survey Results

Paychecks continue rising, but not enough to make up for ground lost during the recession and increasing benefits costs. More

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Poof! $1 Trillion Goes Up In Smoke

The White House wants 80% less for infrastructure than presidential candidate...

Lawsuit Accuses Texas Wastewater Plant of Racism

An African-American business owner claims his crews were allowed to access the...

Water Utility Manager Accused of Stealing $850,000

The financial discrepancies were uncovered during preparation for an annual audit.

Detroit Still 'Violating Human Rights' by Shutting Off Water

Three years ago, the United Nations condemned the city for depriving residents who...

State Pulls Farmers Into Solving Water Pollution

One reason for implementing total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) is to control the...

Tap Water Shows Traces of Insecticide for First Time

Report shows that the insecticides are difficult to eliminate by conventional...

What is the Future of America's Infrastructure?

America's infrastructure conversation must consist of more than just sources of...

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Contract Awards

Engineering Firm to Oversee $2.2 Billion Light-Rail Extension Project
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Engineering Firm to Oversee $2.2 Billion Light-Rail Extension Project

The contractor will receive $57 million to oversee construction on the second... More

First Michigan City to Use New Finance Program
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First Michigan City to Use New Finance Program

Also known as a municipal lease, a tax-exempt lease-purchase agreement presumes... More

Sacramento River Bridge One Step Closer to Reality
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Sacramento River Bridge One Step Closer to Reality

Two California cities have been working on this plan for more than a decade. Moreyfvdfdzdrbywwacuw

Tutor Perini Awarded Four Civil Contracts Worth $774 Million
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Tutor Perini Awarded Four Civil Contracts Worth $774 Million

California-based contractor Tutor Perini has secured contracts for four... More

City Awards MWH Subsidiary $27 Million Water Project
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City Awards MWH Subsidiary $27 Million Water Project

An Oregon community is completely replacing its water treatment plant. More

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