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APWA Top 10 Leader: Kenneth Eyre, PE
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APWA Top 10 Leader: Kenneth Eyre, PE

Advice: Make elected officials aware of the need for enhanced infrastructure. More

Dredging up savings
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Dredging up savings

A county's one-department approach to problem-solving saves resources by taking... More

Georgetown streetscape improvement
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Georgetown streetscape improvement

Entities develop updated streetscape for upscale Washington, D.C. neighborhood. More

Flow-based surrogates in TMDLs
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Flow-based surrogates in TMDLs

Is EPA backing down on using surrogates or buying time to continue examining the... More

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Major water, sewer utility goes all-digital

After a cloud-based mapping program cut project costs 10%, one of the nation’s largest utilities is deploying its paper-based fieldwork system with a mobile workforce management system. More

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USGBC supports 'green garage' program

Who'd have thought that 50 different things affect how “sustainable” a parking garage is?! A new certification program applies to new and existing structures. More

Organizations Pledge Support, Align Resources with Urban Waters Federal Partnership
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Organizations Pledge Support, Align Resources with Urban Waters Federal Partnership

The NGOs will align resources, funding, and expertise with federal efforts to... More

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Hanley Wood Agrees to Sell Exhibitions Business to Informa

Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, announced today that it has reached an agreement to sell its Hanley Wood Exhibitions business to Informa PLC. More

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It’s down to the wire for 25 public works projects

The North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum has narrowed a list of 400 projects worth $370 billion to these contenders for 2014 Project of the Year. Last year’s was the New Bridge for the St. Lawrence Corridor. More

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City pilots temporary sidewalk widening

The Washington, D.C., Georgetown neighborhood is home to three colleges, so imagine the pedestrian traffic during Parents and Family weekends. To alleviate congestion, 16 extra feet of walkway is temporarily added along commercial streets. More

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