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  • Advocate Profile: Steve Randolph
  • 01/30/15
  • Steve Randolph P.E. is an active member of ASCE’s St. Louis section, where he is currently the section president. He is an Environmental Project Manager at Horner & Shifrin, Inc., a multidisciplinary engineering firm in...Read More >>

  • States Head to the Hill to Talk Transportation
  • 01/29/15
  • Among several transportation-related Congressional hearings this week, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works hosted U.S. DOT Secretary Anthony Foxx, the governors of Alabama and Vermont, and the South Dakota DOT secretary to...Read More >>

  • The Power of a Coalition
  • 01/26/15
  • The following is a guest post by Kevin M. Burke, President and CEO of Airports Council International-North America. Prior to joining Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) as its president and CEO in January 2014, I...Read More >>