The infrastructure of the U.S. was given an average grade of "D" by the ASCE's "Report Card for America's Infrastructure."
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) directed approx. $72 billion toward infrastructure spending. Many opportunities exist in the improvements and modernization of the nation's bridges and energy efficiency.
Steve Smith, Vice President of CTLGroup and Group Manager of the Washington D.C. office, as well as Co-Chair of the Buildings & Facilities Practice Group, and Susan Lane, Manager of Transportation Structures at Portland Cement Association, co-authored this Winter 2011 Energy & Mining International article.
Source: Energy & Mining International
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