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Amphibious, All-Terrain & Airborne Drones Enhance Efficiency in Execution of Essential Services for Civil...

By Barry Alexander Although awareness of the safety solutions offered by unmanned aerial systems (UAS) – a.k.a. commercial drones— has recently spiked across the healthcare...

Civil Engineers to Grade Mississippi’s Infrastructure in Virtual News Conference

JACKSON, Miss. — The Mississippi Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will unveil its 2020 Report Card for Mississippi’s Infrastructure on Tuesday, April 14,...

Black Mesa Project Lowers Flooding Risk in Albuquerque’s South Valley

By Kimberly Paggioli For more than three centuries, the verdant South Valley of Albuquerque has been a bountiful farming community with irrigation ditches leading to...

Maryland Infrastructure Receives a “C” in 2020 Infrastructure Report Card

Overall condition of roads and bridges better than national average— with bridges among best in the nation, but aging systems and dense population pose...

Civil Engineers to Grade Maryland’s Infrastructure in Virtual News Conference

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The Maryland Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will virtually unveil its 2020 Report Card for Maryland’s Infrastructure on March 19,...

Colorado Civil Engineers to Grade Colorado’s Infrastructure

DENVER, Colo. — The Colorado Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers will unveil its 2020 Report Card for Colorado’s Infrastructure on Thursday, January 30, 2020....
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TVA Handles Debris from Heavy Rains at Dams

Amid the wettest February in recorded history, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) held back more than 3.5 trillion gallons of water to help prevent over $1.6 billion in flood damage across the Tennessee Valley in February.

North Dakota infrastructure earns overall grade of “C” from ASCE

The American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) North Dakota Section released the inaugural Report Card for North Dakota’s Infrastructure, giving eight categories of infrastructure an overall grade of a “C.”

AI-equipped robots develop situational awareness to inspect underwater infrastructure

Researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology are developing algorithms that teach robots to adapt to the constantly changing dynamics of the sea in order to address one of our nation’s greatest concerns: protecting and preserving our aging water-rooted infrastructure
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