New York City’s water system is an engineering marvel, delivering 1.3 billion gallons of water daily to nine million people.  Now in its third printing, Liquid Assets presents a detailed history of the system, encompassing engineering, political and social history.

The 2016 expanded edition includes 36 new pages and a portfolio of color photos detailing infrastructure projects, watershed protection programs, conservation efforts and recreation and historic preservation initiatives launched since original publication in 1999.