Chapel Hill leaders are looking for innovative solutions to address some of the major challenges facing the town.
In Parts I and II of this series I covered the history and impact of the construction of...
In Part I of this series I reviewed the rise of infrastructure in the United States. This week we will explore the fall and how it came to be that the ASCE.
Infrastructure in the United States has fallen into a state of decay. Bridges are collapsing, roads are deteriorating, and aging sewer lines are leaking. The 2013 report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers gave U.S. infrastructure a grade of D+ and called for $3.6 trillion in infrastructure by 2020.