January 2016 Table of Contents

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14 sustainable maintenance ideas 14 sustainable maintenance ideas

Step by step, two divisions of the Orange County (Fla.) Public Works Department have found these unique ways to lower air and water pollution. Read more

Road and sewer project a team effort Road and sewer project a team effort

City earns engineering award for multifaceted project that used three environmentally friendly asphalt rehabilitation methods. Read more

Making recycling pay Making recycling pay

Mobile app reduces contamination in Greensboro, N.C.'s recycling program. Read more

2016 Public Works Budget Forecast 2016 Public Works Budget Forecast

Results of our annual survey of reader O&M and capital improvement budgets. Read more

Parking lot pavement markings Parking lot pavement markings

The U.S Department of Justice has updated its brief after 13 years. Read more

Digitizing the Urban Landscape Digitizing the Urban Landscape

Use technology to make hard decisions about where infrastructure investment will garner the greatest return. Read more

Jurassic Park lives on! Community capitalizes on historic roots Jurassic Park lives on! Community capitalizes on historic roots

More than 30 miniature dinosaur replicas are designed, built, and lovingly maintained by the City of Granger's six public works employees. Read more

Spending priorities

Spending is increasing more on amusement parts and sports facilities than on public works. What's wrong with us?! Read more

Product Focus: Construction Equipment

The January issue of Public Works focused on construction equipment. Read more

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