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Revamping Atlanta’s Infrastructure

The unanimously approved $250 million Renew Atlanta Infrastructure Bond will completely transform and revamp the city’s infrastructure, in addition to adding more than 1,000 direct jobs and thousands of indirect jobs

By Mayor Kasim Reed

Articles from our current issue

Recovering Phosphorus Nutrients for Reuse

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD) of Greater Chicago, Ostara Nutrient Recovery

With the scarcity of phosphorus looming, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is building the world’s largest phosphorus recovery facility

By Devon Douglas

Bertha Paves the Way in the Replacement of Seattle’s Viaduct

The project included a partnership between the following public agencies

We revisit the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project three years later, with Bertha paving the way for the replacement of the once vulnerable viaduct well known to Seattle

By Sergio Flores

A Revitalized River Channel

Michael Baker International, and various public agencies

The Cleveland, Ohio Cuyahoga Ship Canal Expansion project renews the habitat and restores a historical state landmark

By Carina Calhoun

The First West Coast Automated Terminal

Construction led by Port of L.A. (POLA) Construction Mgmt. Div. Project Managers

In order to stay competitive, the Port of Los Angeles expands with state-of-the-art cargo handling technology

By Jessica Burger

Chicago’s Historic “L” Train Continues to Thrive

Innovative at the time of its inception in the 1880s, some of its original tracks are still used today

By Jessica Burger

Leaders Push to Mobilize California

Leaders Push to Mobilize California

Regional leaders aim to gain state and federal support to improve the region’s transportation

By Tamara Philips

Departments from our current issue

Hope for Infrastructure Funding Lies in the Gas Tax

Across the country, states are increasing gas taxes to pay for transportation-related projects Read more

By Jessica Burger

The Water-Energy Correlation

American Water is addressing the water-energy nexus challenge from source to tap and beyond Read more

By Susan N. Story

South Dakota Setting Example in Stewardship

Efforts of good stewardship are the acts that define a good government and what make South Dakota a great place to live, work and do business Read more

By Dennis Daugaard, Governor of South Dakota

True Source Control, an Effective Approach to Stormwater Quality

The benefits of True Source Control include vast savings of public money and much better environmental performance Read more

By Scott Taylor

Knowing Where You’re Going Will Help Build a City

Phoenix’s five targeted areas for infrastructure in the updated General Plan represent the core values community members have expressed as being the framework for the city's future Read more

By Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher

Sustainability and Technology

How a 21st Century IT framework can enable the triple bottom line Read more

By Kurt A. Steward

Unleashing the Power of Potential

The “Utility of the Future” framework is the start of a creative process that will transform the industry Read more

By David St. Pierre

The AI Interview: Casey Dinges

Casey Dinges - Senior Managing Director for the American Society of Civil Engineers Read more


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