Bud Hendrickson Memorial Nature Trail & Pedestrian Bridge
Structures: Small Cities/Rural Communities Project of the Year
Bayfield Historic Streets Reconstruction
Historical Restoration/Preservation: Small Cities/Rural Communities Project of the...
APWA Top 10 Leader: Clark Wantoch, PE, PWLF
Advice: Become the go-to person for when elected officials need help.
Saving energy in public buildings
Retro-commissioning is a low-cost way to reduce energy costs by 10% to 20%,...
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.
APWA announces 2014 Public Works Projects of the Year
The American Public Works Association (APWA) has announced the Public Works Projects of the Year awards that promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects.
APWA Top 10 Leader Carl Weber talks technology
American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite...
University charges up fleet
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Parking & Transportation division has...
Asphalt vs. concrete in trails and sidewalks
Question: I am in the process of installing a wide sidewalk at our county nursing home. I would like something that’s durable and gives the best ride to the residents.
Meet this year's Top 10 Public Works Leaders
California leads the American Public Works Association's annual list of exceptional managers with four winners. Two are from Florida; the rest from Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, and Wisconsin. Anyone you know?