Colman Dock

Local Officials, Engineers Herald Seattle’s Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock at Latest Roadshow Stop

On Wednesday, April 3rd, the replacement project for Seattle’s Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock, one of the world’s busiest ferry terminals, was showcased by local officials and engineers as part of the Engineering and Public Works Roadshow. The Colman Dock serves as an example of how comprehensive infrastructure investment can promote equity within a community......

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Wyoming Civil Engineers Give the State’s Infrastructure a “C” grade

The Wyoming Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)  released the 2023 Report Card for Wyoming’s Infrastructure on January 31,, 2023. This is the first-ever infrastructure report card for the state, led by co-chairs Dustin Woods, P.E., and Tim Brugger, P.E. The new report card contains five categories of infrastructure receiving an overall grade of a ‘C’,......

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Vote for Infrastructure on November 6th!

Vote on November 6th It’s officially November, meaning election day is just around the corner. With November 6th days away, take the weekend to map out your voting plan of action. First, find out if you’re already registered to vote then identify your polling precinct and determine how and when you’ll vote. If you aren’t......

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Brookings Tackles “Water Problem” at Summit

On March 28, the Brookings Institution convened a half-day summit, titled “Tackling the ‘Water Problem’: Challenges facing U.S. regulation, sustainability, and global geopolitics.” Former U.S. Secretary of Interior under President Clinton, Bruce Babbitt, provided a keynote address and two panels were convened to discuss domestic water infrastructure and regulations, as well as global water security,......

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gold mine emergency spill

Hidden, But Not Forgotten: The Engineering Role in Legacy Site Remediation

Ever since the Gold King mine accident this August in Colorado, public interest has grown – with Congress following suit – in the murky environmental legacy issue of abandoned mines that are pervasive across the American landscape.  Often unbeknownst even to nearby neighbors, abandoned mines represent a pastime of American history that drove Western development......

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California DOT Issues Proposal Rule for Fracking

With vast reserves of hydrocarbon energy trapped deep under its surface, the state of California is getting ready to oversee the exploration for and recovery of the nation’s largest supply of oil and natural gas from shale fields.  The California Department of Conservation (DOC) has issued a proposed rule that would govern the petroleum industry’s......

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