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    Infrastructure
    What We Can Learn from PennDOT’s Award of the First Rapid Bridge Replacement P3 Project
    BY Anthony L. Byler

    Background In the first significant public private partnership (“P3”) infrastructure project in Pennsylvania, PennDOT recently selected Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (“Plenary Walsh”) for award of the Rapid Bridge ...

    Infrastructure
    Pennsylvania Passes Public-Private Partnership (P3) Law

    By: Jason C. Tomasulo Governor Corbett recently signed legislation to encourage the financing and investment by private industry aimed at addressing Pennsylvania’s aging infrastructure needs, lack of adequate funding, and anticipated growing ...

    Green Building
    Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Among the Top Cities to Employ Green Infrastructure to Address Stormwater Challenges
    BY Lori Wisniewski Azzara

    By: Lori Wisniewski Azzara and Jennifer M. Horn As a follow up to its 2006 report, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has issued a new report – Rooftops to Rivers II – that provides case studies for 14 geographically diverse cities ...

    Infrastructure
    President Obama Selects 14 Infrastructure Projects for Fast-Track

    By: Jason Tomasulo A number of outlets including Infrastructure Investor and the Washington Post are reporting the announcement by the Obama Administration of 14 projects that will be expedited through the permitting and environmental review ...

    Infrastructure
    Pennsylvania Rail System Receives $6.8M Grant
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    With Marcellus Shale natural gas continuing to grow in demand, it has become increasingly important to update the rail systems used to transport the product. With this in mind, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on April 18, 2011, announced a ...

    Infrastructure
    Transportation Becoming a Priority in PA and NJ

    On September 6, 2010, President Barack Obama proposed a six-year, $50 billion plan to rebuild the nation’s highways, railways and airport runways. Obama’s plan includes rebuilding 150,000 miles of roads, construction and maintenance of ...