More stories about International Public Works Congress & Exposition

  • Pulitzer Winner Shows Lighter Side of Public Works

    By inviting award-winning humor writer Dave Barry to give the keynote at the General Session on Sunday morning, APWA guaranteed that the 2007 Congress and Exposition would start out with a bang

  • You're Driving Economic Growth

    According to USA Today's analysis of Census Bureau data, construction of such public facilities as sewer plants and recreational facilities rose 11.1% in the first four months of the year to a record annualized rate of $257 billion.

  • Internet-Based System Boosts Number of Bidders

    Last year, the design and survey, contract administration, inspection, and engineering services departments of Durham, N.C., joined forces to post contract documents such as construction drawings and plats on the city's website.

  • Sewer District Cuts $8 Million from Long-Term Control Plan

    Building completely separate pipelines for wastewater and stormwater is an enormously expensive proposition for which federal funds are generally unavailable, and most EPA consent decrees allow just 20 years to pay off the bonds they issue to raise money.

  • County Cuts Right of Way Incidents 71%

    When Verizon announced plans to lay 16 million feet of fiber-optic cable throughout Hillsborough County, Fla., infrastructure managers were poised to avoid the chaos that usually accompanies "fiber-to-the-premises" projects.

  • APWA Launches New Certification Program

    The public infrastructure inspector program (CPII) is for employees who inspect the construction of infrastructure such as roads, highways, bridges, and dams.

  • Rising to the challenge

    Planning, funding, hiring, managing—this year's American Public Works Association Top Ten Leaders leverage their skills to keep their communities running.

  • We're there for You

    Stay tuned for our live coverage of the APWA Show in San Antonio, Texas September 10-12, 2007.

  • 2007 APWA Pre-show planner

    the program roster for the 2007 American Public Works Association International Congress & Exposition speaks for itself. The four-day event offers a wealth of exhibits, seminars, workshops, tours, networking sessions, and special events to heighten your industry knowledge.

  • Top Leaders

    PUBLIC WORKS highlights the APWA Top Ten Public Works Leaders.