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Projects at this location
|Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA)
The INFRA program provides dedicated, discretionary funding for projects that address critical issues facing our nation’s highways and bridges, and to projects that are in line with the Administration’s principles to help rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure
|U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center helps solve the nation’s most challenging problems in civil and military engineering, geospatial sciences, water resources, and environmental sciences for the Army, Department of Defense, civilian agencies, and the Nation’s public good.
|Urban Water Small Grants
EPA’s Urban Waters Program helps local residents and their organizations restore their urban waters in ways that also benefit community and economic revitalization.
|National Competitive Grants Program
This competitive grant program focus on: “water problems and issues of a regional or interstate nature beyond those of concern only to a single State and which relate to specific program priorities identified jointly by the Secretary (of the Interior) and the (water resources research) institutes.”
|Illinois Water Resources Center - Annual Small Grants
Annual Small Grants are competitively awarded to Illinois graduate students and their project advisors. Approximately $40,000 is available each year for research focused on agricultural land use, wetland restoration, water quality, stormwater management, emerging contaminants, and other key water resource issues.
WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grants provide cost-shared funding for projects that save water; increase energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy in water management; support environmental benefits (i.e., make conserved water available instream or otherwise address endangered species issues); mitigate conflict risk in areas at a high risk of future water conflict; and accomplish other benefits that contribute to water supply sustainability in the western United States
The goal of the Environmental Sustainability program is to promote sustainable engineered systems that support human well-being and that are also compatible with sustaining natural (environmental) systems.
|Decision Frameworks for Multi-Hazard Resilient and Sustainable Buildings (RSB)
The goal of the Decision Frameworks for Multi-Hazard Resilient and Sustainable Buildings (RSB) solicitation is to advance knowledge for new concepts for multi-hazard resilient and sustainable building systems using decision frameworks for selection among alternative building system designs
|Structural and Architectural Engineering and Materials (SAEM)
SAEM aims to enable sustainable buildings and other structures that can be continuously occupied and/or operated during the structure’s useful life. The SAEM program supports fundamental research for advancing knowledge and innovation in structural and architectural engineering and materials that promotes a holistic approach to analysis and design, construction, operation, maintenance, retrofit, and repair of structures.
|Civil Infrastructure Systems (CIS)
CIS supports fundamental and innovative research necessary for designing, constructing, managing, maintaining, operating and protecting efficient, resilient and sustainable civil infrastructure systems. Research that recognizes the role that these systems play in societal functioning and accounts for how human behavior and social organizations contribute to and affect the performance of these systems is encouraged.
|Prediction and Resilience Against Extreme Events (PREEVENTS)
This program seeks projects that will
|Porous Asphalt Parking Lot C-8 / C-9
Unlike traditional pavement, porous asphalt allows some of the stormwater to flow through the pavement and into the soil below which offers benefits in flood control, water quality treatment, and extends pavement life since the base is well drained. Traditional pavements cause increased volumes of stormwater runoff. Effective porous asphalt removes the pollutants from stormwater. Although porous asphalt is more expensive, the total project cost is similar to traditional asphalt pavement since stormwater infrastructure (i.e. curbs, gutters, and storm drains) is not required.
- Civil Infrastructure Systems (CIS)
- Decision Frameworks for Multi-Hazard Resilient and Sustainable Buildings (RSB)
- Environmental Sustainability
- Illinois Water Resources Center - Annual Small Grants
- Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA)
- National Competitive Grants Program
- Porous Asphalt Parking Lot C-8 / C-9
- Prediction and Resilience Against Extreme Events (PREEVENTS)
- Structural and Architectural Engineering and Materials (SAEM)
- Urban Water Small Grants
- U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
- WaterSMART Grants
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