ASCE Needs Your Help — Give Us Your “Success Stories”!


ASCE is currently developing the 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure and we need your help in identifying “Success Stories” – examples of how public and private organizations have addressed specific infrastructure problems with some creativity and determination.

While the 2009 Report Card showed there is much work to be done to raise the grades, we know there are countless examples of projects and programs from across the country that demonstrate progress is being made.  It is these “Success Stories” that we need your help in telling.

We are trying to identify a diverse set of “Success Stories” for each of our report card categories and from each of the 50 states.

Do you know of any projects that integrate at least one of these criteria?

  • Increased federal leadership
  • Promotion of sustainability and resilience
  • Develop federal, regional, and state infrastructure plans
  • Address life-cycle costs and ongoing maintenance
  • Increase and improve infrastructure investment from all stakeholders

Please use this online form to let us know about Success Stories that we should include in the 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. Feel free to include photos or web links with your submission. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ASCE at, or just comment on this post.



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