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  • ANSI Approves Latest ALI Standard

    The latest ANSI safety standard will cover lift installation and service and will become effective June 15, 2016.

  • 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.

  • Public Work and Infrastructure Caucus Announced by Titus and Costello

    In an effort to raise aware of the importance of public works services which are critical to the health and safety of every community, the bipartisan House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus has been announced.

  • Traffic Signs Hacked to Read Various Messages

    "Trump is a shape shifting lizard," this is what a Dallas traffic sign was made to read after it was targeted by hackers.

  • Webinar: Optimize Your Parking Assets to Boost Revenue

    This On-Demand Webinar from Lorman Education Services will teach you how to effectively run a parking system in your community that considers revenue and customer service tradeoffs.

  • Xylem Awarded $1.9 Million Contract

    The City of Caldwell in Idaho hires Xylem to add advanced water filtration system to their existing water treatment facility.

  • Legacy building awarded Game Change Project of the Year

    Legacy Building Solutions is proud to announce the Solar Ship Brantford off-grid hangar, a joint venture with Canadian Energy and Solar Ship Inc., has been awarded the “Game Changer Project of the Year” by Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA). With the award for Solar PV Project, CanSIA...

  • EPA Updates 2 Drinking Water Health Advisories

    Consumer goods manufacturers don't use perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) anymore, but the toxins have been found in drinking water supplies in some areas of the country. EPA's set a health advisory level of 70 parts per trillion.

  • City's Nonworking Crosswalk Signals Endanger Pedestrians

    In an effort to rework traffic flow around the pedestrian's, rather than the driver's needs, Chicago phased out the buttons that pedestrians press to stop traffic. Meant to lower pedestrian deaths, the measure is instead making pedestrians more vulnerable.

  • Award-Winning Water Structures Deadline: July 31

    Did your water or sewer utility specify any Sherwin-Williams coatings last year? If so, show off your team's success by submitting the project to the company's new awards program.