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Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act


Maine-Based AIT Bridges Discusses Infrastructure Bill

Hailed as the largest long-term investment in the nation's infrastructure in nearly a century, the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework covers funding for a broad range of future projects, none the least of which is the $109 billion for the nation's surface transportation system....


Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Visits North Texas

On the heels of a big win in the Senate, the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg came to north Texas. He toured the Terminal C construction site at DFW Airport....


Industry Awaits Its Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Plan

The $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act opens the federal wallet to massive road, bridge, water, utility and broadband projects for years to come. But is the construction industry as a whole prepared to solve the country's infrastructure challenges in the turmoil of longtime labor shortages, gouging materials prices and the scarcity of heavy machinery?"The interesting thing about the construction workforce is that they're transient," David Martin, president of the Arizona Chapter of the AGC told a local radio station....


Infrastructure Bill Spurs Construction Projects in Idaho

U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) released the following statement after voting in support of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which the Senate passed by a 69-30 vote:"The bipartisan legislation we passed today makes investments in traditional, hard infrastructure projects to help keep pace with Idaho's rapid growth....


Equipment Manufacturers, Associations Hail Senate Passage of Historic Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. Senate passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Aug. 10 by a wide bipartisan majority vote, 69-30. Nineteen republicans joined all 50 democrats in passing the bill, which now will head to the House, though that chamber may not take up the bill until fall, after its August recess....






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