Columbus, GA-AL

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Texas DOT awards Atkins a 6-year, $25 million right-of-way and utility coordination contract for statewide P3 projects

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has selected Atkins to provide right-of-way (ROW) oversight, compliance review, and utility coordination services for transportation-related public-private partnership (P3) projects throughout Texas. More

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Interim Short-Term Financing
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Using vendor financing to move projects forward

Three utilities forgo time- and labor-intensive bonds and loans to free up resources for other pressing needs. More

The subgrade and subbase factor
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The subgrade and subbase factor

Quality pavements start from the ground up More

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Counties Collect Conservation Honors
Get what you deserve
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Get what you deserve

Each year, solid waste haulers pay hundreds of millions of dollars in franchise... More

Are You Holding Water Correctly?
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Are You Holding Water Correctly?

Three locations across the country head off flooding and improve water quality by... More

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Words of Wisdom

While the leadership ranks are filled mostly with masculine faces, the number of women in positions of power is growing. The challenges these women face sometimes tie into their gender, but most of their obstacles are shared by everyone in the profession—male or female. Six top public infrastructure managers share advice on what it takes to climb the ladder. More

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Dealing with disaster

In 2004, four hurricanes made landfall in Florida. While not all of them impacted Marion County, we had the unusual misfortune of dealing with two of the storms in September—back-to-back. Both storms (Frances and Jeanne) were packing tropical storm force winds by the time they reached us, with gusts of hurricane strength (greater than 74 mph). The Marion County Public Works Bureau dealt with these events as they occurred and with the cleanup in the aftermath. Most of us had never experienced anything like this before. I have worked in Marion County for 28 years but, until now, had never encountered a natural disaster of this magnitude. More

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Upgrading to Class A anaerobic digestion

More utilities are looking at producing Class A biosolids from municipal wastewater sludges as a way to reduce their regulatory requirements and improve their program's image with the public. The question is, what is the best way to convert an existing Class B biosolids digestion system into a Class A program? More

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