World War I Ordnance Removed from Jersey Shores
A post-Hurricane Sandy erosion-control project brought the past into the present...
City Uses Federal Funds to Upgrade Stormwater Pumps
Savvy sewer agency hopes to lower residents’ flood insurance premiums by taking...
City Serves Up a New Tennis Court
Long the material of choice for outdoor courts in the southwest, post-tensioned...
Excavators help manage mosquitos
Amphibious excavators simplify maintenance in and around sensitive wetland areas...
Borough of Barrington serves its community
With 22 years in the public works profession, foreman Kenneth Broome emphasizes...
HR Green engineer elected APWA president
The American Public Works Association announced 2015’s volunteer leaders during its annual convention in early August.
A community works to create a garden
The Shrewsburry Public Works Department joins forces with its community to bring a...
Dewberry to design replacement for century-old Fair Lawn Avenue Bridge
Dewberry was recently awarded the multimillion replacement of the Fair Lawn (Fifth...
Parks division puts community first
The South Brunswick Township's Parks Division steps up its game to get the parks...
Now THAT is resilient!
Superstorm Sandy wreaked infrastructure havoc all along the East Coast in October 2012 but didn’t dent the credit ratings of New York State transportation agencies, says Standard & Poor's.