Infrastructure Investment in Washington D.C.

Infrastructure Investment in Washington D.C.

This project is worth billion dollars and is expected to take two decades to complete – a network of tunnels that will capture storm runoff and stem sewage runoff into the Potomac and Anacostia rivers.

1.1 Billion People More in 2030 – Are We Planning Globally to Meet the World’s Population Growth and Challenges?

1.1 Billion People More in 2030 – Are We Planning Globally to Meet the World’s Population Growth and Challenges?

Billion People More in 2030 – Are We Planning Globally to Meet the World’s Population Growth and Challenges?

Municipal Water Privatization, New Jersey

Municipal Water Privatization, New Jersey

15 Things New Jerseyans Love About Spring When the warm weather rolls around, the Garden State becomes a playground.

How ACUA is Preparing their Wastewater Treatment Plant for the Next Storm

How ACUA is Preparing their Wastewater Treatment Plant for the Next Storm

In the ACUA’s (Atlantic County Utilities Authority) Wastewater Treatment Plant came within six inches of flooding because of hurricane Sandy. Had the storm surged further, the infrastructure

California Looks to Improve it’s Infrastructure to Handle Drought

California Looks to Improve it’s Infrastructure to Handle Drought

The State of California is about to invest a very large amount in its water infrastructure assets. Drought is a recurring problem in the region and the State is looking ahead to manage Stormwater

Infrastructure Asset Management News from Europe, China, Tasmania and the USA

Infrastructure Asset Management News from Europe, China, Tasmania and the USA

Tasmania, Europe, Asset Management, China, Water, Australia, Usa, News, Countries

Climate Adaptation and Infrastructure Planning for Diminishing Flow of Arizona Rivers

Climate Adaptation and Infrastructure Planning for Diminishing Flow of Arizona Rivers

Climate Adaptation Platform Featured in CPATT News

Climate Adaptation Platform Featured in CPATT News

The Centre for Pavement and Transportation Technology (CPATT) News in their Fall 2016 edition published an article on their partnership with Auckland University’s Climate Adaptation Platform.

Level of Service Issues in Water Utilities Asset Management

Level of Service Issues in Water Utilities Asset Management

Incredible mountain ranges, spectacular waterfalls, bluffs overlooking the ocean, all without leaving the state.

The City of Columbus, Ohio has spent over a billion dollars on it’s Wet Weather Management Plan since 2005.

Blueprint Columbus to Resolve the Root Causes of Sanitary Sewers Overflows of the City

The City of Columbus, Ohio has spent over a billion dollars on it’s Wet Weather Management Plan since Most of that has gone towards wastewater treatment plants and a combined sewer overflow tunnel, which have done much good for Columbus’ issues.

Inframanage.com Joins Climate Adaptation Platform, Creates Website

com Joins Climate Adaptation Platform, Creates Website

Routine Water Main Breaks in Washington D.C. – Problems with Aging Infrastructure

Routine Water Main Breaks in Washington D.C. – Problems with Aging Infrastructure

Routine Water Main Breaks in Washington D. – Problems with Aging Infrastructure

West Virginia Water Utilities May Get Deregulated

West Virginia Water Utilities May Get Deregulated

Sara Jerome of Water Online writes a thought-provoking article on how the political climate in West Virginia is shifting and may result in the deregulation of many public water utilities.

St. Louis Eyes Selling Water To Drought-Stressed Regions — How do Infrastructure Management eyes see this?

St. Louis Eyes Selling Water To Drought-Stressed Regions — How do Infrastructure Management eyes see this?

Louis Eyes Selling Water To Drought-Stressed Regions — How do Infrastructure Management eyes see this?

Florida, along with many other states are facing drinking water shortages in the long term. As a result, they are trying to come up with new ways to meet the water needs of the state.

Florida Considers Recycling Its Wastewater

Florida, along with many other states are facing drinking water shortages in the long term. As a result, they are trying to come up with new ways to meet the water needs of the state.

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