Industry experts urge legislators to “stay the course” on funding, and leverage infrastructure investment opportunities

Landmark federal infrastructure legislation is reducing costs for American households and businesses and drawing more private investment interest into the U.S. market, according to new reports from industry experts. However, increasingly severe weather events, unpredictable travel patterns, an uptick in energy demand, and shifts in carbon emission policies pose challenges to covering the full scope......

Read Story

appropriations bills

What the first round of FY2024 appropriations bills mean for infrastructure

On March 3rd, top lawmakers unveiled the text of six fiscal year (FY) 2024 appropriations bills that President Joe Biden signed into law on March 8th. The agreed-upon appropriations package includes FY24 funding for Military Construction; Agriculture and Rural Development; Commerce, Justice, and Science; Energy and Water; Interior and Environment; and Transportation, Housing and Urban......

Read Story

appropriations bills

What would a possible government shutdown mean for the nation’s infrastructure?

Update: Both houses of Congress passed and President Biden signed a continuing resolution on September 30th, which will keep the federal government operating without interruption until November 17th. Despite bipartisan efforts from the U.S. Senate to avert a government shutdown, (at this time) U.S. House Republicans so far are unable to take up and pass a......

Read Story

infrastructure workers

Best Practices to Recruit and Retain Infrastructure Workers

The American Society of Civil Engineers and the National Governors Association released a policy brief in August 2023 identifying effective approaches for recruiting and retaining infrastructure workers. The short- and long-term strategies were collected from a group of practitioners in the public and private sector....

Read Story

michigan infrastructure grade

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

On Monday May 8th, the Michigan Section of ASCE released the 2023 Report Card for Michigan’s Infrastructure in Lansing, MI. The report included 14 infrastructure categories, which received a cumulative grade of “C-“, the same as the national infrastructure report card. This grade is an upgrade for Michigan, which received a “D+” in the 2018......

Read Story

Richmond Main Street Station

Restoration of historic Virginia train station celebrated on latest Roadshow stop

Restoration of historic Virginia train station celebrated on latest Roadshow stop The Engineering and Public Works Roadshow came to Main Street Station in Richmond, Virginia on March 24th to celebrate the historic train station’s transformation into a multimodal transit center and event venue. The roadshow is a partnership between ASCE, APWA, and ACEC to highlight......

Read Story

wyoming report card 2023

2023 ASCE Wyoming Report Card: Infrastructure Mediocre, Say Engineers

Professional engineers volunteering with the American Society of Civil Engineers released the first Report Card for Wyoming’s Infrastructure on January 31, 2023. The report includes five infrastructure categories receiving an overall grade of ‘C’ — meaning Wyoming’s infrastructure is in mediocre condition.  Civil engineers graded Wyoming’s aviation (B-), bridges (C-), drinking water (C), roads (C),......

Read Story

ASCE, ACEC & APWA Kick off Inaugural Roadshow Event

On Cyber Monday, November 28th, ASCE, the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), and the American Public Works Association (APWA) kicked off their inaugural Engineering & Public Works Roadshow at the Port of Long Beach in California. The roadshow spotlights the meaningful and transformational work of engineers and public works professionals. The inaugural event was......

Read Story

Sign Up for Email Updates

Sign Up For Email Updates

Select your home state, and we'll let you know about upcoming legislation.
  • Are you a current ASCE member?
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.