Water, water everywhere…but should we drink it? And, do we have enough of it?

Daily, we are bombarded with messages urging us to drink more water.  It’s good for our health.  It’s good for energy, endurance and our appearance. Water keeps us hydrated and we can’t live without it. We should all drink lots of water! But, there’s a problem with that and here’s a shocking fact…94 percent of […]

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Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan B.”

Bridge construction projects – happening at ‘almost’ the speed of light!

Two city bridge superstructures demolished, moved and replaced in 16 hours? Impossible?  No…it can happen and Utah’s Department of Transportation just proved it. This impossible-sounding accomplishment is a result of a program called Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). It allows completion of bridge projects in record time. But, these kinds of success stories are not just […]

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Congressional leaders begin to address infrastructure with a plan of their own

  Delays in the rollout of the Trump administration’s much-heralded $1 trillion infrastructure plan are proving costly for deteriorating U.S. roads, bridges, airports and transit systems. And the longer the delay, the more it will cost taxpayers. Tired of delays on a long-awaited new plan, some members of Congress are busy putting together a “Plan […]

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Federal funding now available for water infrastructure projects

Created three years ago and finally funded this year, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program may soon announce the first round of funding for water infrastructure projects. The agency has $1.5 billion in available funds and it is all designated for water projects. The EPA announced that 12 of […]

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