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Using mapping technology to improve our aging water infrastructure

When asked to describe our nation’s aging infrastructure, most people would likely complain about the potholes in their neighborhoods or the transit systems that are always running late. Yet hiding beneath our feet is one of the most vital components ...

Transmission infrastructure: a critical connection in the clean energy transition

What do you picture when you think of renewable energy? Wind power? Hydropower? Geothermal power? If you’re like me, you imagine a dispersed network of gleaming solar panels, a soaring wind turbine, a massive dam and a subterranean hot-water reservoir. ...

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure – a merciless bottleneck

With rapid expansion of the electric vehicle (EV) marketplace, most owners still charge their EVs at home or at work, where some employers have installed chargers. Others park overnight or “top off” on short local trips at public charging stations, ...

In coming years, the construction industry must use technology to reduce costs while increasing safety of infrastructure projects.

According to the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE), our nation’s infrastructure earned a C- in 2021. While this is the first time in 20 years that U.S. infrastructure risen above a D, such low grades continue to impede national ...

Infrastructure and energy capital projects are notorious for being significantly delayed and over-budget. How can we mitigate these risks?

Civil infrastructure and energy capital projects are notorious for experiencing delays and cost overruns. As the following chart, prepared by McKinsey & Co. using the HIS Herold’s Global Projects Database, shows, most construction projects are delayed by an average of ...