A Hit to American Households

July 24, 2019 – According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, commerce in America suffers as a result of poorly maintained infrastructure, and the costs are often passed down to American consumers. A study the American Society of Civil Engineers suggests that infrastructure deficiencies are estimated to cost American households $3,400 in disposable income this year, and by 2025 will cost…

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California Infrastructure Graded a C-

The 2019 Report Card for California’s Infrastructure, released by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), gives California an overall grade of a “C-.” The state has made progress in recent years to close the infrastructure investment gap, but much work remains to prepare the infrastructure to support the state’s economy and preserve Californians quality of life.

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Sens. Warner, Blunt Introduce Bipartisan BRIDGE Act

Sens. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) led a bipartisan coalition of senators in introducing legislation to establish a new infrastructure financing authority to help states and localities better leverage private funds to build and maintain the nation’s outdated infrastructure. 

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Civil Engineers Sound Alarm Bells on Condition of Infrastructure

Our country’s infrastructure received a nearly-failing D+ grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The report card was released as the aggregates and construction industries gathered in Las Vegas for the 2017 National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) Annual Convention and ConExpo-Con/Agg.

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