Alternative Methods for Payment of Construction Equipment Ownership Costs on Federally Funded Projects
Construction equipment investment is a significant portion of the capital investment for contractors specializing in heavy construction. Operating this equipment under the changes clause...

Personal Computer Environment for Minicomputer Users
Users find that personal computers can perform most functions previously available only on minicomputers or even mainframe computers. Companies have an imbedded investment in existing...

Groundwater Modeling: Selection of Computing Systems
Results are presented for ten microcomputer systems evaluated with respect to system performance in solving a test case three-dimensional groundwater flow problem. The model used was the...

Waterfront Development: Getting It Started—The Public Sector Role
In comparison with other forms of urban development - by almost any measure you wish to choose - the waterfront is the most difficult and complex area to develop. Despite all of the obstacles,...

The Federal Perspective
Between 1965 and 1982, the Federal Government spent about 125 billion for highway construction. Yet, elements constructed at the early phase of the Interstate System are now at the end...

Maintenance Levels of Service Guidelines
Maintenance levels of service define the threshold physical conditions that indicate a need for maintenance and repair activities and prescribe restored conditions after maintenance is...

Assessing Infrastructure Alternatives—Atlantic City Style
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...

The National Infrastructure Act
Today, more than ever before, the United States faces a serious problem related to the condition and adequacy of its basic infrastructure - surface transportation, water supply and distribution,...

Legislating for Infrastructure Investment
It is apparent that today's infrastructure problems require innovative solutions reflecting national spending trends, the size of the federal budget deficit, and individual...

Solving a State Environmental Agency Computer Maze
This discussion relates the experiences of a state environmental agency in addressing a decade of inadequate attention to the importance of computers and automated data processing to the...

Computerized Estimating, What's Right for You
Several good computerized estimating programs exist on the marketplace today. Contractors who avail themselves of good systems can generally realize a very respectable return on their...

GSA's New Project Budgeting Procedure

New Developments in Urban Hydrology in France from 1979 to 1982
The period of 1979-1982 is characterized by an important growth of the number of research studies, and financial investments for practical applications of research results. That growth...

Evaluating Irrigation Investment Decisions

Cost-Benefit Analysis, Has Its Time Come and Gone?

Irrigation Project Formulation in Developing Countries

Technical Aspects of Marine Terminal Simulation

Urban Transportation: Outlook and Policy

The San Diego Light Rail Story

Mexican Pacific Coast Airport System

 

 

 

 

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