By Richard Balzano Congress recently made a major, if little noticed, new investment in American infrastructure. As part of the year-end budget deal, lawmakers released $10 billion that had been… Read More
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On January 19, the Corps of Engineers released its FY21 Work Plan for allocating funds provided in the FY21 Energy & Water Development appropriations bill that was part of the… Read More
As many of our informants noted in this issue’s “State of the Industry” article, it’s especially hard to make any forecasts this year. Now that the initial relief at the… Read More