Georgia, Inland Waterways, National Category
Startup Uses Drone for Cleaning Water, Collecting Data
and an estimated 6 billion gallons of treated water lost each day in the U.S., enough to fill over 9,000 swimming pools.
have left 43% of our public roadways in poor or mediocre condition, a number that has remained stagnant over the past several years.
and an additional 10,000 miles of levees whose location and condition are unknown.
Florida Civil Engineers Give the State’s Infrastructure a “C” Grade
On Wednesday, October 27, the Florida Section of ASCE unveiled the 2021 Report Card for Florida’s Infrastructure, the section’s first report card since 2016. The report assigned the state’s systems a cumulative grade of “C”, which is higher than the national grade of “C-“ and consistent with the state’s…Keep Reading
South Carolina Civil Engineers Give the State’s Infrastructure a “D+” Grade
On Wednesday, September 8, the South Carolina Section of ASCE unveiled the 2021 Report Card for South Carolina’s Infrastructure, the first report card ever issues by the South Carolina Section. The report assigned the state’s systems a cumulative grade of “D+” which is below the national grade of “C-.”…Keep Reading
Congress Passes Historic Infrastructure Bill
Today the U.S. House of Representatives joined the Senate to pass H.R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The bill was brought up for a vote shortly after Democrats reached a compromise agreement on a separate $1.75 trillion budget reconciliation package that addresses the social spending priorities of…
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Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Report Card for America’s Infrastructure depicts the condition and performance of American infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report card—assigning letter grades based on the physical condition and needed investments for improvement.
American Infrastructure: Below Our Feet
American Infrastructure: The Long Haul
ASCE’s map showcases the many networks of infrastructure systems across the country – roads, parks, schools, drinking water reservoirs, and more – that serve as the backbone of our economy and quality of life.View Your Community’s Infrastructure