Georgia’s Infrastructure Is On Our Mind


2014GARC cover smallThe 2014 Report Card for Georgia’s Infrastructure will be released next Monday, January 13th, in the South Wing of the State Capitol on the very first day day of Georgia’s legislative session.  Highlighting the infrastructure needs across the state, the Report Card will provide a new GPA for Georgia’s infrastructure as well as new grades for specific areas — Aviation, Bridges, Dams, Drinking Water, Energy, Parks and Recreation, Ports (new), Rail (new), Roads, School Facilities,  Solid Waste, Stormwater, Transit, and Wastewater.

Check back here on the 13th to find out what grades Georgia earned in the  2014 Report Card for Georgia’s Infrastructure!  If you’re a supporter of Georgia’s infrastructure and in the Atlanta area, we invite you to join us for the Report Card release event:

WHAT:                 News conference for the release of the 2014 Report Card for Georgia’s Infrastructure

WHO:                   American Society of Civil Engineers, Georgia Section

Speakers: Georgia State Representative Ed Setzler

Kat Gurd, President of the Georgia Section of ASCE

Daniel Agramonte, Co-Chair of Report Card Committee

WHEN:                 Monday, January 13, 2014, 11:30 AM

WHERE:               State Capitol South Wing

Georgia State Capitol Building

206 Washington St SW

Atlanta, Georgia 30334

WHY:                    Infrastructure has a direct impact on our lives every day—from the water we drink, to the schools our children attend and to the roads and rails we travel. Infrastructure is vital to our economy, security, recreation and safety. Will Georgia’s infrastructure systems make the grade?

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