Funding News

  1. EPA Awards $14.7M To Guam For Environmental Protection

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $2.9M to the Guam Environmental Protection Agency (GEPA) to strengthen its capacity to protect human health and the environment, and more than $11.8M the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) for water infrastructure projects.

  2. USDA Invests In Water And Wastewater Infrastructure In 46 States

    Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett  recently announced that USDA is investing $1.2B (PDF, 509 KB) to help rebuild and improve rural water infrastructure for 936,000 rural Americans living in 46 states.

  3. EPA Provides $614M Loan To The City Of San Diego For Innovative Water Recycling Project

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a $614M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the City of San Diego, Calif., to help finance its Pure Water project.

  4. America’s Best Design-Build Projects Prove There’s A Better Way To Build

    From university buildings to bridge replacements, this year’s 2018 Design-Build Project/Team Award winners are the best design-build projects in the nation and demonstrate how Design-Build Done Right continues to deliver project innovation and savings to communities from coast to coast.

  5. Burns & McDonnell Broadens Service Offerings Out Of Texas With New Water Group, Hires Industry Veteran To Lead Service

    Burns & McDonnell announced David Kinchen has joined its team in Texas to expand the firm's water services in the region. In this role, Kinchen will grow the team of engineering, construction and design professionals to deliver water and wastewater solutions for municipalities, utilities and industrial clients.

  6. Nation’s Best Design-Build Projects Recognized For Collaboration

    The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) has announced the winners of its 2018 National Design-Build Project/Team Awards competition.

  7. Approved By Water Agencies, Killed By Voters: Cali Water Bond

    Among the notable defeats on election day was a proposed $9 billion water bond in California.

  8. Arden Media Company On How To Buy And Sell A Smart City

    The problem with smart cities is no one wants to buy them. Because no one knows how to sell them. The technology is proven, but the commercial models are only just emerging.

  9. NJ American Reaches Rate Settlement

    Plans are in place for New Jersey American Water customers to be paid back for what amounted to a loan to the state’s biggest water utility.

  10. New Research Shows Design-Build Continues To Deliver Projects Most Efficiently

    New research shows that America’s design-build projects continue to deliver faster, and with greater reliability in cost and schedule performance, than other delivery methods.