Tag Archive: value pricing

Feb 11 2013

A Few Good Reads (2/11/13): The Recovery in Australia

This week: Australia recovering from flooding, flood lessons for the U.S. from the Netherlands, value pricing step 4: presenting a proposal, and getting past a cultural mindset that rivers should not flood.

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Oct 08 2012

A Few Good Reads (10/8/12): Flooding in Pakistan and Decaying Infrastructure

This week: Flooding in Pakistan kills over 400, great pictures of hurricanes and typhoons around the world, decaying infrastructure (including levees), and developing service and pricing options (value pricing continued). Hundreds killed in Pakistan flooding (CNN) Floods resulting from monsoon rains have killed 422 people and left nearly 3,000 injured across Pakistan, a disaster agency …

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Sep 10 2012

A Few Good Reads (9/10/12): Remnants of Isaac, Who Gets to Live Behind Levees?

This week: Keeping Tahoe blue, remnants of Isaac causing more flooding, who gets to live behind the levees in Louisiana, the CVFPP awarded top honors, working from home as a civil engineer, and part 4 in the series on value pricing from POB. Remnants of Isaac dump more flooding headaches on Jackson County (WLOX) Isaac …

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Aug 13 2012

A Few Good Reads (8/13/12): Cleaning up Manila

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This week: Recovery and cleaning up after the Manila floods, the continuing effects of the drought, and the first step in value pricing – listening. Residents clean up muck-ridden Manila after floods (WTOP) Philippine disaster officials were shifting Friday from rescue work to a massive clean-up of the capital following nonstop rains that left tons …

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