There is still a lot of debate and negotiation ahead, but the long-awaited U.S. Infrastructure Bill is inching its way into reality. In Washington, there’s a feeling of general optimism that this bi-partisan bill will become law. The version of the Infrastructure and Jobs Act recently approved by the Senate is massive, even by U.S. government standards. In its roughly 2,700 pages, $1.2 Trillion dollars of new and continuing funds are allocated to improve nearly all areas of our infrastructure and help to reduce emissions.
It’s in everyone’s interest to know what’s coming so we can all be prepared to support our government customers and pursue new, exciting opportunities to contribute to the new American infrastructure renaissance. Mason & Hanger dives deeper into this bi-partisan bill and what opportunities it could bring in the future.