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As extreme weather events continue to increase, some have begun to ask whether the professional engineers' standard of care is changing too. If they don't take extreme weather into account, could they be held liable if damages occur? These questions don't have easy answers,...


The House Appropriations Committee has released the text of the two draft fiscal 2020 general appropriations bills that fund federal water infrastructure programs. Both bills — the Energy and Water Development bill and the...

source: Eno Center for Transportation

Newly sworn in Federal Highway Administration Administrator Nicole Nason spoke to attendees of the 2019 Transportation for Construction Coalition Fly-In. In her first address as Administrator, Nason discussed the growing needs of...

source: For Construction Pros

To fund a $2 trillion infrastructure package, congressional leaders should ask members of their caucus to come forward with their ideas. From there, debate each funding proposal. Then, select the most viable options while tabling...

source: Transport Topics

As flooding and other natural disasters across the U.S. become more costly, businesses are increasingly in need of resilient public infrastructure to help them better withstand extreme weather and shorten the time needed to resume...

source: The Pew Charitable Trusts

Communities that were flooded when levees failed along the Missouri River earlier this spring will likely remain exposed to high water for months to come. Many displaced residents have been left wondering when, or if, they will be able to return and rebuild their homes....

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report


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