2008 Maine ASCE Infrastructure Report Card
Civil Engineering is a broad field dealing with the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of infrastructure networks and the safety of the public. Civil Engineering today includes power plants, bridges, roads, railways, runways, structures, retaining walls, foundations, water supply, irrigation, sewer, flood control, transportation and the protection of the natural environment.
The maintenance and improvement of Maine's infrastructure is vital to our economy, health, safety, security and to the environment.
As with the national report cards produced by ASCE, the purpose of this state report card is to raise public awareness of the importance of a modern and well-maintained infrastructure. Our infrastructure cannot be taken for granted and requires daily maintenance and continuous planning. Maine ASCE will update this report within 5-years. If you have any questions or comments, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Maine Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (Maine Section ASCE) represents over 750 civil engineering professionals who live and work in the State of Maine. As a public service to the residents of Maine, led by 12 ASCE infrastructure leaders, a team of engineers and industry experts volunteered hundreds of hours to review public records and provide an overview of infrastructure in Maine.
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