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  • Free concrete pavement training

    The American Concrete Pavement Association has launched two online courses and a Wikipedia-like website covering anything and everything related to concrete pavement.

  • Hanson Pipe & Precast to Manufacture, Sell City Drains in Florida

    Precast concrete City Drains provide streamlined drainage and fast installation for a range of hard-surface applications.

  • Tinted Road Salt Could Mean Happier Residents

    From visibility to efficacy, municipalities are opting for salt additives to improve winter road treatments.

  • Obama budget: Good news for public works?

    President Obama's budget plan features an ambitious public works program, expected to be funded through a one-time mandatory tax on profits that U.S. companies have amassed overseas.

  • Asphalt Pavement Association Awards Excellence

    The National Asphalt Pavement Association has announced the winners of its 2014 Quality in Construction Award for excellence in construction of an asphalt pavement.

  • A Salt Storage Solution

    While salt makes an excellent deicer on public roads, walkways, driveways and more, storing salt in an improper manner can have a serious impact on the environmental health of the surrounding area.

  • The trouble with tunnels

    Tunnel construction in Seattle and Columbus are at a standstill, while officials in Las Vegas are celebrating the completion of a 7-year project.

  • Coming soon to a city near you: road design

    This is a list of dates and locations for Greenroads training through April. This sustainability rating system applies to both new and rehabilitated asphalt and concrete pavement.

  • Fleet vendors renews GSA contract

    The U.S. General Services Administration has renewed an automatic tire chain systems manufacturer’s contract for five years.

  • Utility’s award-winning water reuse program

    A Water Purification Demonstration Project will enable the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department to supply 83 million gallons per day of drinking water locally by 2035.