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Arizona and Wisconsin Receive “C” Infrastructure Grades in New Report Cards

On the heels of the eighth annual United for Infrastructure kickoff this past Monday, both the Wisconsin and Arizona Sections of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released their 2020 Infrastructure Report Cards.  Arizona Arizona civil engineers gave nine categories of infrastructure an overall grade of a ‘C,’ meaning the state’s infrastructure is in…

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About the Report

Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Report Card for America’s Infrastructure depicts the condition and performance of American infrastructure in the familiar form of a school report  card—assigning letter grades based on the physical condition and needed investments for improvement.

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America’s Construction-Ready Infrastructure Projects

Traffic is light, interest rates are low, and people need jobs – this is an ideal time to fast-track construction, but America is stuck until Congress acts. ASCE, with assistance from industry partners, compiled a snapshot of infrastructure projects that could move forward quickly with federal funding and appropriations.

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Our Latest Failure to Act Reports

How does the nation’s failure to act to improve the condition of U.S. infrastructure systems affect the nation’s economic performance? Read about the two latest reports int he failure to act economic series: water/wastewater and electricity.

Key Solutions

Our nation’s infrastructure problems are solvable if we have leadership and commit to making good ideas a reality. Raising the grades on our infrastructure will require that we seek and adopt a wide range of solutions.
Investment

We can no longer afford to defer investment in our nation’s critical infrastructure systems.

Leadership & Planning

Smart investment will only be possible with leadership, planning, and a clear vision for our nation’s infrastructure.

Preparing for the Future

We have to utilize new approaches, materials, and technologies to ensure our infrastructure is more resilient.

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