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Stephanie Johnston

Stephanie Johnston

As editor in chief, Stephanie Johnston oversees Public Works’ print magazine, website, e-newsletters, and digital initiatives. Before joining the staff 10 years ago, she worked on publications owned by the American Bar Association, Associated Equipment Distributors, and agriculture-industry publisher Century Communications. In 2015, she became editor of Concrete Construction sister publication Concrete Surfaces. She has a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and lives in a Chicago suburb. E-mail sjohnston@hanleywood.com or follow her on Twitter at @StephanieatPW.

Stephanie Johnston's Posts

Looking for More Than a Few Awesome Public Projects

Every year, PUBLIC WORKS sister publication CONCRETE SURFACES celebrates project owners who choose polished concrete over tile, carpet, or vinyl floors. If you’re one of them, tell us about it by Sept. 16. That’s the deadline for this year’s Polished Concrete Awards program. Read more

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Welcome to the new and improved Public Works Online! Welcome to the new and improved Public Works Online!

Finding innovative projects, people, and products while you're on the go is easy thanks to our new software. Read more

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Have We Finally Achieved Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring?

That’s what I asked every exhibitor and attendee I talked to at the American Water Works Association’s annual trade show and conference last week in Chicago. Short answer: yes, but. Read more

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Wanna Walk the Potable Show Floor With Me?

The American Water Works Association brings its annual convention to Chicago Sun., June 19, through Wed., June 22. I’m going to be there Monday and Tuesday. Anyone want to join me? Read more

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5 Tips for Fixing Previously Sealed Asphalt Cracks 5 Tips for Fixing Previously Sealed Asphalt Cracks

Like painting, preparing to reseal asphalt concrete pavement takes time but makes the job a whole lot easier and last a whole lot longer. Extend service life at least seven years by following these rules of thumb. Read more

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