Public Infrastructure Coalition of Orange County (PIC OC)

The Public Infrastructure Coalition of Orange County (PIC OC) released the 2016 Orange County Infrastructure Report Card. Report cards are updated on an as-needed basis every 4 to 10 years.

The ASCE 2019 Infrastructure Report Card for California, to which ASCE Orange County Branch contributed, can be accessed here.

These infrastructure grades also played a critical factor in America's 2021 Infrastructure Grade.


For more information, please contact


California Infrastructure Report Card - Full Report


Yazdan T. Emrani, P.E.
Public Infrastructure Coalition of Orange County (PIC OC) Chair
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Phone: (714) 665-4500

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