Infrastructure Discussion Inches Forward 

What happened: President Joe Biden responded to criticism of his American Jobs Plan (AJP) this week by saying, “Compromise is inevitable. Changes are certain.” His preliminary budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2022 released April 9 did not include new details on the AJP...

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ARTBA Welcomes New Members

By Krystal Taylor, senior program manager, member services, ARTBA Two new ARTBA members and the division they joined are shown below. Please visit their linked websites to learn more about how you might be able to do business with them. Share this story on your social...

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Capitol Hill Reacts to Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

By Lauren Schapker, vice president of legislative affairs, ARTBA What happened: The American Jobs Plan, outlined by ARTBA staff, was released March 31 by the White House and unsurprisingly drew mixed reactions from congressional leaders. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi...

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ARTBA Launches Workforce Development Council

What happened: The 17 ARTBA members in attendance March 25, representing multiple divisions, shared their recent experiences in workforce activities. Jorge Quezada of Granite Construction and Nick DiBartolo of the Rogers Group are co-chairs. Karen Bobo and Clark...

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