America’s failing infrastructure — and what can be done to fix it

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Arizona faring better than the country overall

By Craig Stevens | Arizona Business Daily Reports

Arizona’s infrastructure received a “C” rating from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in 2015. However, the state is faring better on its report card than the country overall. The group recently graded the nation’s infrastructure a D+.

This week, ASCE is hosting a pipelines conference in Phoenix, providing an important forum for experts in pipeline and utilities infrastructure to gather and share innovative ideas to meet industry challenges. Given the embarrassing shape of our country’s current infrastructure, the conference is a symbol of hope for the future. The U.S. falls behind many other developed nations—like Canada, Spain, and Japan—due to aging structures and the inability to recover from disruptive events.


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