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ENR August 25, 2014
 ENR August 25, 2014
Cover Story:

Sandy-Hit Region Is on the Mend but Still in Need

Some 19 months after Congress approved nearly $50 billion for repairs and upgrades, many storm victims and projects still await action.

Public Sector Gets Busy on Infrastructure Resiliency
Tristate city and states agencies have begun work on some of their long-term initiatives.

Cover image: Patrick Cashin/MTA; USACE; BIG; PSE&G; Gilbane

Industry Seeks Disaster Response Legislation and Terms
Industry groups are working to get new legislation and contracts in place.
State And Local Rebuilding Programs are Ramping Up
Some of the post-Sandy programs appear to be gaining momentum after slow and contentious beginnings.
A Little Housing Prototype Gets a Big City Test Drive
New York City agencies are trying out a post-disaster housing model made to fit in small urban spaces.
Designers Float Six Ways to Reinvent the Coastline
With federal seed money in place, some of the Rebuild by Design proposals could break ground as early as next year.
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