While the tragedy of Flint, Michigan’s lead water is likely a mix of bad management, failing infrastructure, and racial politics, the event serves as a grim reminder of the consequences of what can happen when a city’s most basic resource fails.
The Goals and Objectives Committee has expanded the scope for the Water, Municipal and Utilities Divisions, which will result in additional chapter activities and coordination with federal agencies involved in permitting and constructing water and wastewater facilities.
No, I am not cheering on my favorite sports team. This is the road map for the foreseeable future. The recent initiatives resulting in increased transportation funding are a win for TxDOT, a win for the contracting community, and a win for the citizens of Texas.
Will Calame Sat out to finish college, with or without financial help. But, when he earned the AGC Scholarship, he admits that it made life easier.
Increased funding for highway construction has caused the Texas Department of Transportation to raise several issues to ensure the money will be put to good use and contracts will be expedited as we address congestion and badly needed repairs.