Although most of the funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) has not yet kicked in, funds from 2021s American Rescue Plan (ARP) is in use for a wide variety of public… Read Moreabout Public Funds Flowing?
It could happen. After years on the planning table, a high-speed train line connecting Las Vegas and Los Angeles might see daylight—and soon. Builders say the $8 billion dollar construction could even start in… Read Moreabout Zipping Along: From Desert To Ocean?
Many transit construction projects stalled last year, due to the impact of the pandemic on both workers and materials. Now, efforts to reboot the building of dedicated busways, bus rapid transit, and rail and… Read Moreabout Scheduled For Completion? Beep Beep!
How can local and state governments across the country identify and secure funding through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)? What funding is available and how can localities get the information and guidance needed… Read Moreabout Federal Spending? Implementation Support
A $40 million construction project will get underway in 2023 at New York City’s venerable Metropolitan Museum of Art. Slated to open in 2025 the 15,000 square foot renovation of the Ancient Near East… Read Moreabout Out With The Old: Renovation Time
With more bridges than any city in the world, Pittsburgh is looking forward to putting federal infrastructure funds to work on critical repairs. In fact, bridges across Pennsylvania are overdue for attention: they received… Read Moreabout Pittsburgh: City of Bridges
Supply chain challenges have underscored the importance of infrastructure builds aimed at supporting a smooth flow. Take, for example, the much needed expansion of the Soo Locks system in Michigan. Chances are good that the… Read Moreabout Expansion: The Soo Locks System
Topping the list of civil works projects the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will execute this year, is a $1.1 billion effort to restore and protect South Florida’s ecosystem. In 2022, the USACE… Read Moreabout Restoration: The Everglades
Containers come in. Containers go out. That’s the role of ports. Unfortunately, the bridge and depth limitations of aging ports across the country make it hard, if not impossible, for large, modern container ships to… Read Moreabout Port and Waterway Construction: Growth!