Current Headlines

  1. Software Plans Piping Renewal According To Socio-Economic Factors

    A new software system from VCS Denmark and Alectia enables municipalities to calculate the condition on underground water pipes.

  2. Bank Of America And Habitat For Humanity Launch Second Global Build

    In recognition of the United Nations’ World Habitat Day, Bank of America, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity International, is launching its second Global Build, taking place in eight countries around the world

  3. Modjeski And Masters Completes Main Cable Project On Ambassador Bridge

    Modjeski and Masters, consulting engineers for the Detroit International Bridge Company (DIBC), is proud of our long-term relationship with the Ambassador Bridge. Modjeski and Masters is completing an intensive inspection, laboratory testing and structural analysis of the most important elements of a suspension bridge – the main cables

  4. ABB Power Consulting Group Announces HVDC Seminar For Utility Planners, Developers

    ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is pleased to announce that its independent Power Consulting business will host a two-day, intensive training seminar entitled, “HVDC: Planning, Modeling and Economic Justification.”

  5. Port Metro Vancouver’s Low Level Road Project Earns ISI’s Envision Sustainable Infrastructure Platinum Award

    Low Level Road is the First Envision-Verified Transportation Project in North America Washington, D.C., Vancouver, B.C.: Port Metro Vancouver’s Low Level Road project recently received the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision sustainable infrastructure rating system’s Platinum Award.

  6. Sewer Sentry: New Manhole Cover Device Prevents Up To 90% Of Stormwater Inflow

    David Putnam, CEO of Sewer Sentry LLC, announces the introduction of the patented Sewer Sentry, a small, easy-to-install manhole device that can prevent up to 90% of inflow into sanitary sewer systems and can help prevent sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs).

  7. CCEMC Projects Help Alberta Municipalities Adapt To Climate Change And Improve Landfill Practices To Reduce GHG Emissions

    Alberta's Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) has committed millions of dollars in funding to projects that are helping Alberta municipalities adapt to climate change and improve landfill practices

  8. Dayton Power And Light’s Right Tree Right Place Program Contributing Trees To Communities, Neighborhoods And Residents

    Dayton Power and Light (DP&L), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation, is offering residential customers, neighborhoods and Tree City USA communities an opportunity to plant beautiful and utility-friendly trees through DP&L’s Right Tree Right Place program, which kicked off its fall campaign today

  9. SoCalGas And City Of Monterey Park Launch New Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it has successfully completed the company's first project under its Compression Services Tariff: a state-of-the-art compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station for the City of Monterey Park

  10. Image Sensing Systems Announces Partnership With trafficnow

    Image Sensing Systems. Inc. (NASDAQ:ISNS), the world-leading developer of above-ground detection and information management solutions for the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) sector; and trafficnow®, an innovative provider of Bluetooth sensors for traffic management, announced today that they completed a distribution agreement for Image Sensing Systems to sell trafficnow’s DeepBlue Sensor® in most of North America and parts of the Middle East