Infrastructure Awareness: Successful Techniquesby Peter L. Rinaldi, Port Authority of NY & NJ, Infrastructure Renewal Div, New, York, NY, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Rebuilding America: Infrastructure Rehabilitation
Abstract: The need to rehabilitate and upgrade our infrastructure systems, specifically the systems of water supply and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, bridges, highways and mass transit, is a critical concern. The cost of doing the corrective work is enormous; recent studies have put the cost of meeting the nation's infrastructure needs at more than 1 trillion over the next decade. These capital facilities which sustain our economic well-being and provide the basis for economic development are often taken for granted by public officials and citizens alike - infrastructure has no constituency.
Subject Headings: Infrastructure | Water supply systems | Rehabilitation | Water treatment | Highway bridges | Public transportation | Economic factors | Systems engineering
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