More stories about OHIO

  • Increasing service with no budget impact

    Folks on the coasts like to sneer at the Midwest, but I should know better. I've lived in Illinois all my life. (And, no, I'm not going to reveal how many years that's been!)

  • Stimulus saves drinking water plants from EPA crackdowns

  • Partnering Prowess

    How a city spruced up to welcome the largest annual gathering of public works professionals.

  • Early Returns

    Five months into the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009, it's too early to tell how much impact the legislation has had. But with some projects under way, managers and manufacturers alike hope this is the beginning of a revitalized construction industry and the economy as a whole.

  • June 2009 News & Views

  • Dayton, Ohio, to begin transportation study

  • July 2008 Article Links

  • Trading Away Pollution

  • Warming Trend

    A paving material that promises excellent performance, environmental benefits, and reduced cost, warm-mix asphalt (WMA) is generating enthusiasm among transportation managers. Though still largely confined to trial and demonstration projects in the United States, prospects seem favorable for it to...

  • Pipe-within-a-pipe

    Avon Lake Municipal Utilities in Ohio found a way to save $1 million on one portion of its $20 million sewer-separation project, which the EPA approved in 2004 and is expected to be fully completed in 2020.