Current Headlines

  1. Miami-Dade County Partners With CIVIQ Smartscapes To Launch Nation's First Fully Interconnected Smart City Ecosystem

    Hailed as a first-of-its-kind innovation, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Giménez and the Board of County Commissioners approved a partnership with CIVIQ Smartscapes to implement the nation's first fully integrated smart city ecosystem throughout Miami Dade

  2. Chagrin Valley Engineering, Ltd. Introduces Three New Partners

    Chagrin Valley Engineering, Ltd., a recognized leader in the fields of Civil Engineering & Site Planning, Municipal Engineering, Land Surveying, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Environmental and Storm Water Services, announces three new partners. The promotions will enhance the future growth of the firm

  3. NARUC’s Powelson Addresses Key Energy And Telecom Priorities In Trump Transition Team Outreach

    On behalf of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, President Robert Powelson of Pennsylvania today sent letters to President-Elect Trump, as well as representatives of his energy and telecommunications transition teams.

  4. AXA And SUEZ Partner To Improve Resilience For Cities, Territories And Industries Against Flood Risks

    AXA and SUEZ agreed on a partnership to improve resilience of cities and territories against flood risks. By joining their competencies, the two groups will propose solutions to communities and industries to help them improve resilience, a factor of performance and attractiveness.

  5. Preliminary Award Of Project Zuidasdok To Fluor, Heijmans And Hochtief Joint Venture

    Fluor Corporation announced recently that the Zuidasdok project has been preliminarily awarded to Zuidplus, the joint venture with Fluor, Heijmans and Hochtief

  6. Blyncsy Launches Pulse, A State-Of-The-Art Movement Analytics System Built For DOTs, Metros And Cities

    Understanding how people move is critical in analyzing, planning, and improving our roadways. Blyncsy Pulse gives Civil Engineers, Planners, and their Consulting Partners insights to improve the outcomes of their projects

  7. Infrasense Uses Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) To Map Upper And Lower Rebar Schedules For A Bridge In Dennis, Massachusetts

    Infrasense Inc., one of the leading subsurface detection firms in the nation, recently completed a ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey to map the schedule of steel reinforcing bars within the Swan Pond River bridge in Dennis, Massachusetts.

  8. Water Workers Accused Of $500,000 In Theft From New Orleans Utility

    Authorities are going after ten former employees of the New Orleans water utility on allegations of theft.

  9. EPA Launches New Program With $1 Billion In Loans Available For Water Infrastructure Projects

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of approximately $1 billion in credit assistance for water infrastructure projects under the new Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program.

  10. States Look To E-Citations To Improve Public Safety

    State legislatures across the country are increasingly interested in supporting the use of electronic citation technology to enhance public and officer safety, reduce government costs, and improve public convenience.