Funding News

  1. Service Authority Launches Project Map Page

    The Prince William County Service Authority has launched a new page on its website that features an interactive map of projects listed in its Capital Improvement Program (CIP).

  2. Mayors And Leaders Will Ride The Wave Of Disruptive Innovations And Tap On Alternative Sources Of Infrastructure Financing

    Themed “Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Embracing the Future through Innovation and Collaboration”, the World Cities Summit Mayors Forum (WCSMF) 2018 held recently brought together 122 mayors and city leaders, and international organisations who participated actively at the Forum.

  3. Local Communities To Receive Record $552.8M In PILT

    U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced recently that over 1,900 local governments around the country will receive $552.8M in Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding for 2018.

  4. New Cloud Software Integrates Water Usage-Measuring Systems With Accounting Systems

    New cloud software is forming an easy bridge between water metering or usage software and accounting software, making it faster and cheaper for water suppliers to produce usage-based bills that integrate automatically with their accounting/ERP systems.

  5. California Water Sends Letter To SJW Stockholders Outlining Significant Governance Concerns At SJW

    California Water Service Group (“California Water”) recently sent a letter to SJW Group (“SJW”) stockholders, along with a WHITE proxy card, in connection with SJW’s upcoming Special Meeting of Stockholders.

  6. EPA Provides Nearly $70M Loan For Omaha Water Infrastructure Upgrades

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a $69.7M loan to the City of Omaha, Nebraska, to help finance its Saddle Creek Retention Treatment Basin. This marks the second loan to be issued under EPA’s Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program.

  7. New Research Shows Design-Build Now Delivers Nearly Half Of All Projects Nationwide Saving Time And Money

    Design-build used to be considered an "alternative" way to build. New research shows it's now the fastest growing and most popular method delivering construction projects in America.

  8. MWH Constructors Awarded $23M Contract From Town Of Eagle, Colo.

    MWH Constructors was awarded a $23M contract by the Town of Eagle, Colo. (Town) to serve as construction manager at-risk (CMAR) for the Lower Basin Water Treatment Plant (LBWTP). The new plant will provide highly reliable water service and environmental benefits, and allow the Town to pursue its vision for smart economic development and growth over the next 20 years.

  9. New Report Launched To Help Water Companies Improve Efficiencies And Combat Waste

    TALIS, one of the world’s leading providers of water flow control solutions, is acting to help prevent endemic waste in the water sector, stemming from what it believes is a failure to make the best buying decisions for non-standard applications.

  10. California Water Responds To SJW’s Rejection Of Its Cash Tender Offer

    California Water Service Group (“California Water”) recently issued the following statement in response to SJW Group’s (NYSE: SJW) (“SJW”) rejection of its cash tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares of SJW for $68.25 per share in cash.