Take a look at Aii’s policy blog. Updated regularly, we explore issues ranging from technology and innovation to damage prevention.
Infrastructure Innovation Through Awareness and Education
Our mission is to help foster innovative solutions to current and future infrastructure challenges. Our purpose is to support infrastructure issues providing greater awareness, influence, analysis, and assistance in formulating solutions to achieve improvements, advancements, and opportunities.
Keep updated with our policy blog posts that cover a variety of issues we find important. These three-minute reads cover current public policy, infrastructure challenges, and commentary from our experts and staff.
At Aii, we keep our policy briefs to a few pages and write at a level intended for the general public. They cover innovation, technology, and infrastructure from public policy to the technical aspects. Get started now!
Providing education to the public and private sectors in order to achieve higher standards in safety, technology, and performance
Over 20 million miles of pipelines and other utilities run underneath homes and businesses, providing essential services to run all aspects of life from electricity, cable TV, gas, water, and more. Fortunately, there are innovative technological and communications systems to promote facility safety and reduce damage to underground utilities.
With your help and generous support, we can continue to identify our nation’s infrastructure needs, research the challenges, and advance innovative solutions to fix these challenges. As an entirely donor-funded organization, we rely on your generosity!
Our white papers are longer and more nuanced reports giving policymakers and industry leaders a clear roadmap through a complex issue.
IN THE MEDIA
Aii is routinely contacted as a source for background information and analysis. Take a look at some of the publications featuring our work.
Help us continue to identify our nation’s infrastructure needs, research the challenges, and advance innovative solutions to address these challenges.
Our 2020 Damage Prevention Report Card has been released! Click here to see how each state is rated in its approach to damage prevention and excavation safety.
The report card is based on an analysis of every state’s damage prevention statutes, as well as the implementing regulations in those states that have them. We have also included information on voluntary, encouraged, or pilot programs by the various One-Call centers that are not mandated in law.