Toledo, OH

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Ohio water crisis: by the numbers

Toledo, Ohio, Mayor D. Michael Collins drank a glass to prove the city's tap water is once again safe. But a look at the numbers has water managers nationwide asking whether this recently signed law goes far enough in helping them manage potentially deadly algae blooms. More

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New law provides relief from deadly water scourge

In 1987, three Canadians died after eating mussels that weren’t very healthy... More

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Managing fuel costs

Here are some strategies for managing costly price swings of fuel. More

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Back to School

With commercial construction slow to nonexistent in many areas of the country, the... More

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Award-winning water main a blast from the past

Reconstruction of a Toledo water main brought the structure into the 21st century—but engineers used a 20th century relic to make it possible. More

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Toledo Museum of Art: Glass Pavilion

From its humble first exhibition space in two rented rooms, the Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, has grown to cover approximately 32 acres with six buildings. Its latest addition, the Glass Pavilion, began in May 2004. More

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Good Vibrations

External and internal vibrators are helping reshape an Ohio city's skyline. More

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Twin Concrete Tanks Feature 52-Foot-Tall Walls

Two new stormwater retention tanks recently built at BP Oil's refinery in Toledo, Ohio, feature the tallest reinforced-concrete radius walls in the country. More

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Relative Cost of Tilt-Up

How does tilt-up compare in cost with other types of walls? More

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