Resiliency May Be WRDA Sticking Point Resiliency May Be WRDA Sticking Point
Resiliency May Be WRDA Sticking Point

Washington, D.C.—A House hearing on using the next Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) to promote infrastructure resiliency exposed  major differences on the popular legislation that traditionally encourages bipartisanship. “Want to… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Congress overwhelmingly approved an $8.3 billion coronavirus emergency funding bill as talk by some turned to using infrastructure spending to stimulate the nation’s economy and members of the waterways… Read More

The Huntington Engineer District in cooperation with the Pittsburgh, Louisville and Nashville districts, and the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, prepared an adaptation pilot study to address the effects… Read More