Got construction expertise? If so, get ready for busy year in 2017

Construction firms interested in capturing new business in 2017 should definitely not overlook the government marketplace. It’s possible that this is where most of the action will be! Construction is pending on a proposed $150 million Texas project – a new Hidalgo County Courthouse in Edinburg. In Maryland, Montgomery County officials have requested development proposals […]

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Public officials in need of funding for infrastructure projects should check out the Build America Bureau!

Last summer, U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Anthony Foxx announced the creation of the Build America Bureau. It was heralded as a one-stop shop to provide assistance to government entities in need of funding for transportation infrastructure projects. The new bureau was designed to provide support, information, expertise and advice related to DOT credit […]

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Now is the time for voters to let Congress know their feelings about infrastructure and jobs in America

He may be the President-elect, but by trade, Donald Trump is a billionaire businessman and developer. Most believe it was his business acumen that resulted in his successful campaign for the presidency. And while some of his campaign promises were a little unconventional – a wall between the U.S. and Mexico strong enough to stop […]

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Got water-related services and solutions – WIIN funding will initiate hundreds of contracting opportunities

Companies in water-related industries will soon be inundated with prospects for government contracting opportunities as a result of passage of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (WIIN). After months of debate and give-and-take, the long-awaited comprehensive federal water bill was just approved by the U.S. House and Senate and should be signed into law by President Barack Obama very soon.

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Passage of bond packages in Texas will provide almost $5B in upcoming contracting opportunities

Millions of voters went to the polls last week. After voting for state and national leaders, Texans cast affirmative votes for almost $5B in bond packages. Voters approved more than $4.8 billion in local bond elections – creating immediate contracting opportunities worth millions of dollars for companies of every size and type throughout the state. […]

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