Tag: Infrastructure Report Card
The Advantages of Accelerated Bridge Construction
According to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Infrastructure Report Card, 42% of the 617,000 bridges in the United States were built...
Rhode Island Infrastructure Receives a “C-” in 2020 Infrastructure Report Card
Underinvestment and sea level rise threaten the state’s infrastructure, but clean energy innovation sparks optimism PROVIDENCE, RI — Today, the Rhode Island Section of the American...
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...
Emily Feenstra Named as ASCE Managing Director of Government Relations and Infrastructure Initiatives
Reston, Va. – The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) today announced that Emily Feenstra was promoted to Managing Director of Government Relations and...
Washington infrastructure earns overall GPA of ‘C’ from ASCE
The Inland Empire, Seattle and Tacoma-Olympia Sections of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released the 2019 Washington Infrastructure Report Card, giving nine categories of infrastructure an overall grade of “C,” which is the same grade Washington State (State) received in 2013.
Illinois civil engineers grade state’s infrastructure a C-
The Illinois Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released the 2018 Report Card for Illinois’ Infrastructure, giving 10 categories of infrastructure an overall grade of C-.
IBTTA responds to ASCE’s D+ rating of America’s infrastructure
Patrick D. Jones, Executive Director and CEO of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) offered the following response to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) 2017 Infrastructure Report Card.
ASCE releases 2017 Infrastructure Report Card
On March 9, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released its 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, giving the nation’s roads, bridges, airports, rail and transit, ports, water systems, dams, energy systems, and other sectors a cumulative D+ grade.