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FREESE AND NICHOLS ENTERS FLORIDA MARKET WITH EXPERIENCED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE LEADERS

TAMPA, Florida – Jan. 27, 2020 – Freese and Nichols, Inc., continues expansion across the Southeast with the addition of Craig Wells, PE, ENV SP, and Tony...

“Water Investing Gap” in Michigan Stands in Way of 90,000 New Jobs in State,...

$22,000 a Day on Bottled Water for Flint:  Chronically Underfunded, Maintenance-deferred Water Infrastructure Costs Michigan Money. Investing $12 billion on top of existing water infrastructure...

Keeping the Water On

How Engineers Can Help the Municipal Water Sector By Graham Nasby Each year the American Water Works Association (AWWA) publishes a report card on the current...

EPA Invites 38 New Projects to Apply for Water Infrastructure Loans to Improve Water...

Projects will provide water infrastructure upgrades for 24 million Americans and will create almost 200,000 jobs EPA Press Office (press@epa.gov) DETROIT (October 22, 2019) — At an...

Creating more resilient floodplains

One Texas county in the heart of ‘flash flood alley’ addressed water infrastructure vulnerabilities by taking a proactive approach to flood control planning. By Bobby...

When to invest in water

An engineer’s perspective on prioritizing water infrastructure needs By Jim Barbato, P.E. When it comes to our nation’s infrastructure, Americans expect reliable highways, bridges, and water...

EPA receives record interest for water infrastructure loans

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) received 62 letters of interest (LOIs) collectively requesting $9.1 billion in loans from a wide range of prospective borrowers in response to the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program’s 2018 Notice of Funding Availability.

House clears Water Resources Development Act

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2018 (H.R. 8), bipartisan legislation that provides for improvements to the nation’s ports, inland waterways, locks, dams, flood protection, ecosystem restoration, and other water resources infrastructure.

GLC endorses action plan to address Great Lakes water infrastructure crisis

The Great Lakes Commission (GLC) endorsed a joint action plan to address the growing water infrastructure crisis in the Great Lakes region. The plan outlines actions to address a backlog in needed upgrades and repairs to water-related infrastructure in the eight Great Lakes states and two provinces over the next 20 years — everything from wastewater treatment plants to stormwater pipes and drinking-water filtration systems.
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