Sustainability

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March 16: Twitter Town Hall Meeting for Public Works Professionals

American Public Works Association (APWA) Center for Sustainability Chair Kim Lundgren and APWA Sustainability Director Anne Jackson introduce a wealth of free resources. You don't need a Twitter account to participate. More

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Geothermal Cooling System to Save Airport $500,000 Annually

Seven years ago, Nashville was chosen to participate in a Federal Aviation Administration sustainability pilot program. Projects implemented since then will significantly reduce electrical demand and potable water consumption by 30 million gallons. More

 $2 Billion Road Improvement Project Earns Sustainability Award
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$2 Billion Road Improvement Project Earns Sustainability Award

A public-private partnership to rebuild I-4 through central Florida is one of the... More

Historic Theater Restoration Provides Improved ADA Accessibility
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Historic Theater Restoration Provides Improved ADA Accessibility

Extensive improvements are being made to the theater's infrastructure. More

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Envision Adopted by L.A. Country Board of Supervisors as a Policy

Policy was adopted after a motion was filed asking that the county expand on their existing relationship with Envision More

2016's Most and Least Energy-Efficient States
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2016's Most and Least Energy-Efficient States

In order to bring awareness to the impact of energy on our wallets and encourage... More

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ALTA Environmental Selected to Improve Water Management in California

The City Carlsbad has selected the consulting firm ALTA Environmental to improve water management and quality in the city. More

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Infrastructure goes green with Skanska

Yes Virginia, major public works projects can be sustainable. More

CC Live: Triad Award Announcement
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CC Live: Triad Award Announcement

Bill Palmer presents the 2015 Triad Awards at CC Live during 2015 World of Concrete. More

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Rand Corporation's Pittsburgh stormwater project aims to improve resilience

Work intended to improve stormwater and climate resilience planning for Pittsburgh and the surrounding county is being undertaken by researchers from the RAND Corporation, supported by a one-time grant from the MacArthur Foundation. More

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