2018 Dire States Grant Winner: Surrey, ND
Surrey, North Dakota wins grant for Citywide Drainage Control and Flood Mitigation projects.WATCH NOW
Dire States has evolved from awareness to advocacy and now to action. Infrastructure affects us the most at home – in our towns, counties and states – but grows to create greater national and global connections. Join us as we help drive local change for the good of all.
On the Road
Keith Hegney discusses the impact the 2018 CASE Dire States Grant is having on his community.
Quincy Township, Pennsylvania won the 2017 Dire States grant and quickly put the equipment to use.
Training heavy equipment operators for disaster response.
Cynthia Martinez, Chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System, discusses partnership with Team Rubicon.
CASE, Team Rubicon and USFWS reclaim a burned out home site.
Rebuilding a boat ramp, drainage basin and culvert on the refuge.
ForConstructionPros.com interviewed CASE at World of Concrete after passing of new highway bill.
Texas agriculture relies on a robust infrastructure.
Increased investment stands to benefit Texas business community.
More jobs. More work. Greater workforce development.
CASE sponsored a gathering of infrastructure leaders from around the country.
State shows improvements one year after bill takes effect.
A look at how the bill moved state’s construction industry forward one year later.
New Pennsylvania bill has helped state contractors further develop workforce.
Legislation has helped lay foundation for future business development.
Texas is due for a significant boost in infrastructure investment with Prop 7.
CASE supports measure protecting infrastructure investment in Wisconsin.
AEM and CASE rally for infrastructure investment.