Current Headlines

  1. Contaminant Closeup: Utility Fights Disinfection Byproducts

    Water pros in Flagstaff, AZ, have spent months trying to figure out why the city’s water system has exceeded federal limits on the potentially cancer-causing contaminant haloacetic acid, and it now appears they have their answer.

  2. Itron Named As Partner To Upgrade Water Metering Infrastructure In City Of Grand Prairie

    Itron, Inc., a world-leading technology and services company dedicated to the resourceful use of energy and water, announced recently that the City of Grand Prairie Water Utility, which serves 180,000 water customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, has selected Itron to upgrade its water metering and customer service systems

  3. Leading Civil Engineers Credit Bentley’s OpenRoads ‘BIM Advancements’

    The Year in Infrastructure 2015 Conference — Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, today reported that OpenRoadsis setting the pace for civil and transportation engineers, contractors, governments, and owner-operators that are meeting today’s design, construction, and operations challenges by working more productively, collaborating globally, and delivering better-performing infrastructure assets

  4. Exec|Comm Brings Communication Skills Public Programs To Switzerland

    Exec|Comm LLC, a premier communication skills training and consulting firm, recently announced that Gsponer., their Swiss partner, will host two showcases in Switzerland highlighting Exec|Comm’s most popular communication skills workshops

  5. First Solar And SMUD Sign Rancho Seco 10.8MW Power Purchase Agreement

    First Solar, Inc. and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) have announced the formal execution of a power purchase agreement (PPA) for offtake of a 10.8 megawatt solar project to be built on the site of the decommissioned Rancho Seco Nuclear Generation Station

  6. HNTB-Designed Sixth Street Viaduct Ready For Next Major Construction Milestone

    One of America’s most famous and iconic bridges, the Sixth Street Viaduct, acts as a vital connection between the growing Arts District on the west side of the Los Angeles River and the historic neighborhood of Boyle Heights on the east side. Built in 1932, the bridge needs to be replaced because of a chemical condition that is weakening the bridge’s concrete

  7. Study Traces PPCP Problem To Households

    Lots of drug use happens at home, not just at hospitals, a new study suggests.

  8. Woolpert To Design Bridge Widening, Interchange Improvement

    The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has contracted with Woolpert to prepare full-scale design plans for the widening of Arlington Road Bridge on County Road 9 over Interstate 70 in Montgomery County

  9. Siemens Selects Teltronic To Supply TETRA Digital Communication Solution To Monterrey Metro

    Siemens has selected Teltronic, part of the Sepura Group, to provide a new TETRA system for Metrorrey, the urban transport network of the city of Monterrey, Mexico. The network consists of 40 kilometres of metro lines, as well as Transmetro, the rapid transit bus system (BRT) with a fleet of around 200 buses.

  10. Silver Spring Networks Selected To Deploy Smart Street Lights Network In Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Today, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced it has been selected to deliver an intelligent LED street lights network in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Silver Spring Networks will be deploying its award-winning smart street lights solution, including its Streetlight