Brian Turmail

Blog | March 11, 2017
Trump’s Transportation Promise Could Mean More Jobs in America

As President Trump and the new Congress consider a needed $1 trillion investment in infrastructure, the dialogue must include insight into what this means to communities throughout our nation.

Blog | October 01, 2018
ATM & AGC Turn Up the Volume in Latest Video About Infrastructure

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

Blog | April 28, 2020
AGC Changes Up Member Outreach & Also Organizes Nationwide Stand Down to Highlight Safety Measures

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.

Blog | July 10, 2022
Podcast: Gas Tax Holiday Is A Mirage for Consumers & Will Weaken American Infrastructure

Widespread credit was given to President Biden and Congress for getting a historic bipartisan infrastructure bill passed. However, there is now widespread criticism regarding his push and other lawmakers’ calls to suspend the federal gas tax in hopes of appeasing inflation-weary consumers.

Blog | July 19, 2022
Politicians Want to Fix Our Aging Transportation System … But Now Some Are Asking for a Halt to the Taxes that Pay for It

For every five miles of American roads and highways, the White House says one mile is in poor condition. Yet some federal lawmakers want to stop much-needed investment through a federal gas tax suspension.