Engineering Firm Seeks 3,000 North American Employees
Job openings range from entry level to senior management and include architects, engineers, designers, planners, scientists, skilled laborers, and construction and management professionals.
How valuable are formal programs?
Most of you think using technology to oversee infrastructure is a good idea, but...
Borough of Barrington serves its community
With 22 years in the public works profession, foreman Kenneth Broome emphasizes...
Tennessee Utility adopts Esri Technology to increase efficiency, cut paper, and speed customer service
White House Utility District (WHUD)—the state's largest water district by geography—is maximizing efficiency, making better decisions, improving customer service, and enhancing its ability to share information across departments through the Esri digital mapping platform.
Public works training for less than $25 per employee
The American Public Works Association’s “Building the Public Sector: One Leader at a Time” program begins Oct. 31. Large departments will pay even less.
Who's responsible for protecting temporary workers?
OSHA says treat your temporary workers as you treat your own existing employees....
Keeps employees from slipping and falling on ice
Slipping these over work boots provides comfortable and consistent traction on...
U.S. Supreme Court sides with public whistleblower
Edward R. Lane was fired for firing a state legislator on his payroll who wasn’t...
Establishing the 'City Engineer' position
PW blogger Pamela Broviak takes a look at how the City Engineer position has evolved.
APWA Top 10 Leader Tracy Mercer talks technology
American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite...