Private-sector firms interested in beginning 2018 with a pipeline full of upcoming projects should be elated. Hundreds of new projects will be announced soon and almost all will have outsourced contracting opportunities. Now is the time for contractors to begin the process of getting positioned to capture this new business.
It’s been a contentious week in Congress! The newly minted federal tax reform bill has supporters and detractors and they all have strong opinions.
When the Hurricane Harvey federal disaster relief funding spigot finally opens in Washington, D.C., Texas cities and counties with recovery projects – some of which will be mega-million dollar projects – are hopeful their projects will be among those funded.
At the federal level of government, environmental standards for power are being rolled back and regulation is being reduced as fossil fuels make a rebound. But, at the local levels of government, green energy is one of the hottest top priorities. City leaders, with great support from citizens, are moving aggressively to launch green energy […]Read More »
A scant two months ago, Hurricane Harvey roared onto shore at Rockport on the way to ravaging the Texas Gulf Coast and inland areas from Houston to the Golden Triangle – becoming the nation’s costliest hurricane on record. The historic and catastrophic storm left behind a multi-billion-dollar trail of damages and destruction from flooding and […]Read More »
Identify the latest trends in federal and local infrastructure investment, with a mid-year strategic overview by industry expert Mary Scott Nabers