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Applied Sciences | Civil & Environmental Engineering


Applied Sciences is a civil and environmental engineering firm specializing in water management and sustainable solutions.  Founded in Tampa, Florida, the firm serves public agencies seeking practical, innovative solutions to a broad array of water management and water quality challenges.  Applied Sciences has earned a reputation for excellence among its local government clients who rely on this experience and in-depth regulatory knowledge to address their stormwater, environmental and infrastructure needs – while deploying fiscal prudence and creative solutions.  Count on Applied Sciences to do it right, with integrity. › More

tampa-bay-report-card-tnTampa Bay’s Infrastructure Receives ‘C’ on Report Card

August 22, 2012 – Tampa Bay’s infrastructure ranks slightly above the national average, but more work needs to be done, according to local civil engineers. The 2012 Report Card for Tampa Bay’s Infrastructure was released by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Florida West Coast Branch on August 22 at the Tampa Port Authority, just days ahead of the GOP Convention in Tampa. In the report, the West Coast Branch graded the Tampa Bay region as a ‘C’ overall, urging political leaders to increase investment while highlighting the impact of several successful infrastructure investments in the region.  In comparison, the national ranking was a ‘D’ in the most recent 2009 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. › More

America’s Infrastructure GPA: D+

TheAtlanticCities.com |  March 19, 2013. The report card for America’s infrastructure finally arrived today, and at first glance it looks as if the country’s managers won’t be getting dessert for a month. The country’s infrastructure received an overall grade of “D+” from the American Society of Civil Engineers, which releases its “report card” every four years assessing the condition of roads, airports, mass transit, the electric grid and other vital organs of national health.