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2015 Infrastructure Year in Review

January 4th, 2016 | By: America's Infrastructure Report Card

App Makes Contacting Legislators a BreezeSAI app icon The Save America’s Infrastructure phone app launched in May and has been downloaded by more than 1,800+ infrastructure advocates. Providing grades and facts about 16 categories of America’s Infrastructure as well as the 50 states, the app allows users to easily contact their elected officials directly through the app. The app is available on Android and iTunes for free. State Legislative Wins Pushed by Infrastructure Report CardsIowa Rail shape logoutah RC shape In 2015, both Utah and Iowa rapidly passed transportation legislation reforms on the heels of the release of ASCE’s State Infrastructure Report Cards. In fact, ASCE has released a recent Report Card in 12 of the 15 states that have taken recent significant action on infrastructure. These states include: GA, ID, IA, KY, MD, NE, NH, NC, PA, SD, UT, VT, VA, WA, and WY. Sharing the Report Card with Business and Industry Leaders The Report Card for America’s Infrastructure continues to draw interest from business and industry groups nationwide. Almost 50 Report Card presentations have been given by ASCE leaders to groups ranging from the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce to the US/Canada P3 Forum to the Association of Actuaries. Request a presentation to your group by emailing reportcard@asce.org. GC Squares and Title LogoHighlighting #GameChangers and Solutions In July, ASCE released Infrastructure #GameChangers report to highlight the innovative ways communities across the country are modernizing infrastructure. The report highlights trends in energy, freight, transportation and water infrastructure that are changing the way we design, plan, and build projects of the future. Read the full ASCE 2015 Year in Review here.

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Utah's Infrastructure Receives First Report Card

February 23rd, 2015 | By: Infrastructure Report Card

Join the Utah Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for the release of the 2015 Report Card for Utah’s Infrastructure on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The report includes evaluation of Utah’s bridges, canals, dams, drinking water & supply, hazardous waste, levees, roads, solid waste, transit, and wastewater & stormwater. WHAT: Press Release of the 2015 Report Card for Utah’s Infrastructure WHO: Utah Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers David Eckhoff, P.E., PhD, American Society of Civil Engineers Andrew Gruber, Executive Director, Wasatch Front Regional Council Ari Buening, COO, Envision Utah WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, 10 a.m. WHERE: Utah State Capitol Presentation Room, First Floor, Salt Lake, UT WHY: Infrastructure has a direct impact on our lives every day—from the water we drink, to the roads and rails we travel. Infrastructure is vital to our economy, security, recreation and safety. Will Utah’s infrastructure systems make the grade? Can’t attend but want to see the Report Card tomorrow? Find it here.

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