By: Dr. John Brown Miller Joel Moser’s August 4, 2017 column “Five myths about infrastructure” was an interesting read, and I finally have time to rebut it. I know, respect, and like Mr. Moser. As with all complicated subjects, there are competing, conflicting, views. Mr. Moser’s “five myths” are actually “five truths”. I’ve relabeled and
Infrastructure Off-Track: the Gateway Project to New York By: Dr. John Brown Miller [Originally published by The Washington Examiner on April 8, 2018.] The federal role in financing state infrastructure remains upside down. Instead of using life cycle competition to confirm value for money, Congress remains focused on earmarking state projects in federal appropriation bills.
By: Dr. John Brown Miller Miller was previously a professor of civil engineering at MIT, chairman of the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law and is an expert on infrastructure procurement. This is the first part of a three-part series on infrastructure. Thanks to @TheHill for publishing a three-part series on infrastructure issues