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Make Way for Wine
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Make Way for Wine

In the midst of the Great Recession, a small-town sewer utility found a... More

Hyperloop Pods to Travel at Near Supersonic Speed
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Hyperloop Pods to Travel at Near Supersonic Speed

Bjarke Ingels Group has today unveiled the design of its Hyperloop transportaton... More

Applying High-Performance Organization Concepts to Your Public Works Department
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Applying High-Performance Organization Concepts to Your Public Works Department

One management concept. Two public works departments. Don’t reinvent the wheel... More

2016 Election: Impact on Infrastructure
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In His Policy Advisers' Words: Trump's Infrastructure Financing Plan

We could make you read the 10-page comparison of Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump's funding proposals. Instead, we offer this much-easier-to-digest explanation by two of the president-elect's policy advisers: a private equity investor and a business professor. More

City Serves Up a New Tennis Court
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City Serves Up a New Tennis Court

Long the material of choice for outdoor courts in the southwest, post-tensioned... More

U.S. DOT Awards First Round of FASTLANE Grants
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U.S. DOT Awards First Round of FASTLANE Grants

Almost 20 projects are receiving almost $800 million in a FAST Act grant program... More

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Is Solar Power Unfair?

If solar panel owners get paid for supplementing their neighbors' power needs, they're not defraying power grid costs. Maybe that's why some states have hemmed and hawed over alternative energy proposals. More

Is the Market for Recyclables Dead? Nope!
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$2.5 Million Over Five Years

That's how much a Florida tollway authority is willing to spend to troubleshoot congestion caused by the recent Panama Canal expansion. More

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