Nov/Dec 2013

Nov/Dec 2013

By 2060, the Texas population is expected to nearly double and existing water supplies are projected to decrease by 10 percent.

The partial federal government shutdown added to an already heavy toll on construction from federal spending cuts.

During the recent Texas Project Awards Luncheon, TxDOT and AGC recognized ten outstanding transportation projects.

Soon after the final whistle ended the 83rd session, campaign machinery switched from idle to first gear, at least.

At the October Monthly Membership Luncheon, Construction Division Director John Obr, P.E., and Deputy Director Darren Hazlett, P.E., presented the year’s Texas Project Awards, which were...

Our September/October issue of “Infrastructure” was full of reports on our legislative effort and our proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution dealing with funding water and transportation.

As we reach the end of this 2013 series of writings, referencing things such as guns, food, music, alcohol, and reality TV, we somehow bring ourselves back to fine scotch as it relates to classic American literature and member involvement.

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