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  • Help wanted: Public Works Director

    How can you say no to leading infrastructure efforts in a city with an annual Prairie Chicken Festival?! Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., is home to almost 20,000 people within 15 square miles. Position open until sufficient number of qualified applicants received.

  • Asphalt Pavement Awards Programs Now Open

    Nominations are being accepted for the annual Quality in Construction and Operational Excellence Award programs, recognizing top asphalt pavement projects and best practices.

  • WEBINAR: Water Source Development to Plan for Drought

    This webinar addresses multiple options for source water development for both long- and short-term planning for drought.

  • Help wanted: Environmental Manager

    The City of Buckeye, Ariz., is accepting applications until April 13, 2015. Population in this  western suburb of Phoenix grew more than 650% between 2000 and 2013 (6,500 to 55,000). Located about 330 miles east of Los Angeles, the city enjoys a mild desert climate.

  • Hydraulic Institute’s Reliability of Pumping Equipment Webinar Series

    In-Depth instruction on pump equipment reliability and lower maintenance costs.

  • Water managers to share insight in April workshop

    Here’s your chance to ask water, wastewater, and stormwater colleagues how they justify spending requests based on utility performance – and make valuable professional connections at the same time.

  • Trimble SitePulse System

    Field Managers can Now Easily and Affordably Access 3D Constructible Models and Real-time Digital Information.

  • Streetlights save money

    Wireless technology is turning streetlighting into extremely valuable public works real estate.

  • Big Data affects traffic

    Seven steps for addressing the collective impact of Big Data before it's too late.

  • Intelligent streetlighting

    Your community's streetlights are the real key to creating a wide-ranging, low-cost communications system.