Assessing Infrastructure Alternatives—Atlantic City Styleby Walter H. Kraft, Edwards & Kelcey Inc, Atlantic, City, NJ, USA,
Joseph F. Luste, Jr., Edwards & Kelcey Inc, Atlantic, City, NJ, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Rebuilding America: Infrastructure Rehabilitation
Abstract: As with most older American Cities, the originally installed infrastructure was not designed to meet the increased demands of today. Time has seen the creation of many separate but yet inter-related agencies exercising control over various infrastructure elements or components. Some priorities have been established, others need to be. Infrastructure rehabilitation, refurbishment, replacement, expansion and improvement are underway, but given the observed rate of growth plus projections, much has yet to be done. To maximize the yield on dollar investment of both the public and private sector, full cooperation and coordination of effort must be accomplished if alternative assessment and implementation are to occur in order to maintain and provide for sound economic and social viability of this famous City and region.
Subject Headings: Infrastructure | Urban areas | Rehabilitation | Investments | Public private partnership | Private sector | Team building | Economic factors
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