How Contractors Benefit in Senate-Passed Infrastructure Bill

With record spending levels set for roads, bridges, utilities and other infrastructure, contractors around the country could see work for the next five years and longer should the Senate’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill become law. Highway and utility contractors stand to gain the most as billions of dollars would be poured into state coffers for road, bridge, water and sewer projects. Billions would also be heading toward improving the nation’s power grid, high-speed internet connections and building electric-vehicle charging stations. Billions of dollars for airports, ports, rail, public transit, waterways and environmental cleanup would also benefit contractors and their subcontractors for years to come. READ FULL ARTICLE >>