Associated General Contractors of America
Weeks after Donald Trump was elected president with a promise to improve America’s infrastructure, Brian Turmail, a government affairs and communications expert with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and Ken Simonson, AGC’s chief economist, stood in front of the antiquated Broadway Bridge in Arkansas ...
As America’s infrastructure continues to age without sustainable investment, it’s worth considering that much of our road system was built during President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s administration.
In this video, Build Indiana Council (BIC) Executive Director Vicki Kitchin sheds light on what Congress needs to consider in the wake of elected leaders’ many promises to improve our nation’s infrastructure and funding streams.
America’s once-world-leading transportation system of roads and bridges was built 70 years ago, but designed to last around 50, Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Vice President of Public Affairs & Strategic Initiatives Brian Turmail pointed out in a recent radio interview on the nationally syndicated Josh Tolley Show. Turmail’s interview was part
Scientists and economists have long observed that intelligence requires the ability to respond to change. This could not be more evident for leaders, businesses and industry groups than it is today.