Current Headlines

  1. Renfinity's Secure Grid® Enterprise Wireless Asset Management For Public Safety

    As Hurricane Matthew destructive rains and winds have ended, the tasks of addressing damage and flood assessments have already begun from information about road closures, damaged structures and bridges, landslides, potential locations for helicopter landing zones, and additional information used in response and recovery efforts.

  2. Granite Awarded $39M Light Rail Station Project In Seattle

    Granite Construction Incorporated announced recently that it has been awarded a $39M sub-contract by Absher Construction Company to construct the Northgate Station in Seattle, Washington

  3. ICF Awarded $23M Residential Energy Efficiency Contract With Large Midwest Utility

    ICF, a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, was recently awarded a new contract with a large utility in the Midwest

  4. TOXIN ALERT Launches Nationwide Drinking Water Public Warning System And Geo-Social Network

    Spurred by an epidemic of drinking water hazards, TOXIN ALERT® launches the first-ever early warning geographic alert system of harmful drinking water for cities and communities nationwide

  5. In Joint Venture, Skanska Books $307.3M To Build Light Rail In San Diego

    Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, announced that Mid-Coast Transit Contractors – a joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog and Skanska – has been awarded a $921.8M construction manager/general contractor contract from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) to construct the Mid-Coast Trolley.

  6. Kansas City Board Of Public Utilities And The Unified Government Partner With HomeServe USA To Offer Residents Home Repair Service Plans

    The Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City(UG) recently jointly announced a partnership with HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading provider of home repair service solutions, to offer home repair service plans.

  7. Kentucky American Water Receives Approval From PSC To Acquire Ridgewood-Area Wastewater System In Franklin County

    Kentucky American Water received approval from the Kentucky Public Service Commission recently to purchase the wastewater assets of Classic Construction, Inc., that serve Franklin County’s Ridgewood subdivision and areas adjacent to the neighborhood, and to assume providing wastewater services to that community, effective Oct. 7

  8. City Of Philadelphia Announces Saint-Gobain As The Presenting Sponsor Of The Welcome Center At LOVE Park

    Recently, Mayor Jim Kenney joined officials of Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and the Fairmount Park Conservancy to celebrate the highly anticipated start of the renovation of the Welcome Center at LOVE Park, and announced Saint-Gobain will be the Presenting Sponsor of the Welcome Center, which is anticipated to be completed in spring 2017 in tandem with the rebuilding of LOVE Park in Center City

  9. Cleaning Concrete Contaminated With Chemicals

    In March 1995, members of a Japanese cult released the deadly nerve agent sarin into the Tokyo subway system, killing a dozen people and injuring a thousand more.

  10. Municipal Solid Waste Study Will Quantify Recycled Material And Its Economic Impacts In Texas

    A statewide recycling survey in Texas that was launched in mid-August will close on October 31. The Study on the Economic Impacts of Recycling (Study) seeks to quantify the amount of recycling occurring throughout Texas and will assess the economic state of the recycling industry in Texas