For years, building a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River has been deemed a “top priority” infrastructure project for the New York-New Jersey region—and the country. Finally, a plan and funding are coming… Read Moreabout Dig This?
Drought conditions necessitate attention to the every aspect of the water system in California. State leadership is proposing a $5.1 billion response effort to improve the infrastructure for drinking water, wastewater, ground water and water… Read Moreabout California’s Water: $5.1 Billion?
Since it opened in 1982, Denver’s 16th Street Mall has been one of the most successful pedestrian malls in the country—and a highly functional commuter hub too. It’s overdue for renovations, and the city council… Read Moreabout Denver’s Pedestrian Mall: $149 Million
A $320 million dollar highway renovation effort currently underway in Indiana involves the renovation of over 50 bridge structures along a heavily traveled interchange. It’s on time, on budget—and minimizing traffic disruption too. What’s the… Read Moreabout Ahead of Schedule and On Budget?
The Doge Momentum Index is now at a 12-year high. Economists report that the progress is led by a 77% rise in the institutional category—in just the last three months. Of course those in the… Read Moreabout Bellwether Construction Reports
If you have ever been in a hurry at Newark Liberty International Airport, you probably already know that although only twenty-five years old, the monorail is, well, let’s just say not up to speed. Fortunately,… Read Moreabout Trains, Planes—and Bids!
Around the country, there is a lot of thought—and money—going into designing and building the hospitals of our near future. From glass-walled research facilities for catastrophic childhood diseases, to hospitals with more private rooms—and earthquake… Read Moreabout Hospital Building Pushes Ahead
As infrastructure plans and budgets continue winding there way along the path, economic experts have assessed the various scenarios under discussion and are optimistic that regardless of the “winning plan,” road and bridge construction will… Read Moreabout Roads and Bridges: Yes, Please!