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NIBS CEO Statement on Assisting Congress to Solve Nation’s Infrastructure Challenges

“As Congress considers legislation to update, repair, expand, and secure our nation’s infrastructure, the National Institute of Building Sciences stands ready to offer our expertise on the science, best practices and technology to build and rebuild efficiently, cost-effectively, and sustainably.

Building Innovation 2018 Opening Keynote to Highlight Ways to Sustain, Strengthen, Secure

The president of Thornton Tomasetti, Raymond P. Daddazio, EngScD, PE, will serve as the Opening Keynote Speaker during Building Innovation 2018: The National Institute of Building Sciences Sixth Annual Conference and Expo, to be held Tuesday, January 9, 8:00 am – 10:00 am ET, in Washington, D.C.

The Building Innovation 2018 theme is Sustain. Strengthen. Secure. In his presentation, Mr. Daddazio will build on that theme, focusing on resilience and how infrastructure plays a major role in securing our communities for the future. He will provide his insights; highlight case studies; share best practices, lessons learned and remaining challenges; as well as offer his thoughts on long-term planning, whole building design, sustainability and the interchange between buildings and supporting infrastructure from the engineering point of view.

AREMA 2021 Annual Conference

Oct 16, 2021   |   5:13 AM – 5:13 AM ET
The AREMA Annual Conference in conjunction with Railway Interchange provides an excellent opportunity for members of the railway industry to increase their railroad knowledge, technical expertise, network and a forum for exchanging ideas.  

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National Planning Conference 2021

Oct 16, 2021   |   5:13 AM – 5:13 AM ET
Join the planning community after a year like no other in the most immersive, energizing and empowering NPC yet! Share experiences, address challenges, and get ideas designed for today’s needs.

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World Water Day

It reminds us of the strong link between water and climate change.

Adapting to the water effects of climate change will protect health and save lives, says United Nations Water (UN-Water), which coordinates the efforts of UN entities and international organizations working on water and sanitation issues.

WWD infographicEveryone has a role to play, and in the built environment, it’s our infrastructure that brings water in to our homes and cities.

Using water more efficiently will reduce greenhouse gases.

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