Kansas has spent $3 billion meant for roads on other things. Stopping will be hard

The Wichita Eagle » More than $3.3 billion of tax dollars meant for highways have been spent elsewhere over the past 20 years. In turn, the state is delaying nearly two dozen projects to repair or expand highways at the moment. Calls to stop using highway funding for other purposes are mounting, and now, Kansas’s new governor has joined in.

2018-02-12T16:00:13+00:00 February 12th, 2018|Kansas|

Lawrence City Commission approves alternatives to traditional bidding process

Lawrence Journal-World » The ordinance authorizes the city to use other options than design-bid-build for construction projects, such as the design-build method, where a designer and contractor team is selected at the beginning of the process based on qualifications and a price is set instead of opening the project for bids.

2018-01-17T15:41:37+00:00 January 16th, 2018|Design-Build, Kansas|

900-mile natural gas liquids pipeline proposed for Bakken

The Bismarck Tribune » The proposed Elk Creek Pipeline will have the capacity to transport up to 240,000 barrels per day of natural gas liquids from a terminal near Sidney, Mont., to Bushton, Kan.

2018-01-10T13:35:26+00:00 January 7th, 2018|Kansas, Montana, Non-Renewable Sources, North Dakota|