APWA Reporter magazine

  • 08 2015

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  • President's Message, Aug,p.2
  • Washington Insight, Aug,p.6
  • Technical Committee News, Aug,p.8
  • Herbert A. Goetsch, APWA Past President, dies at 96, Aug,p.10
  • Canadian Federal Elections: Parties focus on infrastructure spending as a key issue, Aug,p.12
  • Celebrating the CSM certification, Aug,p.14
  • Young Whippersnapper, Aug,p.16
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Aug,p.18
  • Awards 2015, Aug,p.20
  • Four options to attend Congress, Aug,p.33
  • Don't miss these at Congress!, Aug,p.34
  • Business Rocks: Establishing a successful business assistance program, Aug,p.36
  • Larry W. Frevert, APWA Past President, appointed as Interim Executive Director, Aug,p.38
  • Don't get tripped by hazardous sidewalks: mitigating risk by a systematic inspection and maintenance program, Aug,p.40
  • Stormwater: One community's story, Aug,p.44
  • Sustainable fleet replacement program made easy, Aug,p.46
  • Exploring the universe of solid waste conversion technologies, Aug,p.48
  • Connecting to the future: USDOT advancing connected vehicles, Aug,p.54
  • Creating a culture of innovation, Aug,p.56
  • Imagination to Innovation, Aug,p.62
  • Public Works Institutes, Aug,p.64
  • International Idea Exchange, Aug,p.68
  • An engineering disaster, 30 years in the making, Aug,p.72
  • Trenchless Trends: A growing industry, Aug,p.76
  • The One Call Center: A critical role in damage prevention, Aug,p.80
  • Downside to HDD excavation: Cross Bores, Aug,p.82
  • A compendium of maintenance challenges and solutions, Aug,p.84
  • ROW Management in the Year 2025: The Dream, Aug,p.88
  • Planning for the American Dream, Aug,p.94
  • El Paso shows results in achieving greater government efficiency, Aug,p.96
  • Top 10 list for capital budgeting, Aug,p.98
  • Construction observation can save you time and money, Aug,p.101
  • Fairfax County's next generation of public works engineers, Aug,p.103
  • Campus Consultation, Aug,p.106
  • Road redevelopment paves way for growth, sustainability, Aug,p.110
  • Evaluation of a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon system at Belmont Ridge Road and W&OD Trail mid-block crosswalk, Aug,p.114
  • Public waste recycling benefits private companies, Aug,p.118
  • Meeting today's asbestos challenge: how to ensure regulatory compliance, Aug,p.122
  • Smart Salt: Better outcomes, lower costs, Aug,p.125
  • The "Greater Public Good" and why public works infrastructure is underfunded, Aug,p.128
  • Creating an economic gateway between neighboring communities, Aug,p.130
  • How misguided legislators are impacting the engineering profession and specifications, Aug,p.134
  • Ask Ann, Aug,p.136