Tags: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

House reauthorizes federal waterways spending for first time in six years

Oct 24, 2013

House reauthorizes federal waterways spending for first time in six years

The House has passed its version of a bill that reauthorizes federal waterways spending for the first time since 2007, our sister site, Better Roads, reports. The bill, H.R. 3080, is an $8.2 billion measure that will authorizes work to begin ...

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Wetlands Mitigation

Jun 07, 2012

Wetlands Mitigation

Martin Stone Quarries leverages long-term benefits from wetlands creation. Nearly 15 years ago, a few cattails found in a portion of one of its quarries led Bechtelsville, Pa.-based Martin Stone Quarries, Inc. to create wetlands that have not only extended the ...

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Editorial

Nov 13, 2011

Navigating the Clean Water Guidance In January 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to release a proposed rule that would legitimize its “Draft Guidance on Identifying Waters Protected by the Clean Water Act (CWA).” In case you haven’t read ...

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Market Niches: Rip Rap

Jul 01, 2010

Market Niches: Rip Rap

Stepping up to the rip rap market Once Gulf Coast Limestone began producing its own high-quality rip rap, no job was off limits By Kerry Clines, Senior Editor   When Texas-based Gulf Coast Limestone Inc. (GCLI) first began selling rip rap, it didn’t own ...

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