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Conference on September 21st: New York’s Infrastructure: An Update on Critical Transportation and Infrastructure Projects Throughout the Region

Posted by Steve Anderson on Monday, September 19th, 2011

From BTEA:

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Construction industry experts agree that the current financial downturn is severely affecting future construction in New York City. Many projects are delayed and heavy job loss in the construction industry is expected to continue. Meanwhile, possible future government stimulus and investment in public infrastructure may mean billions of dollars in construction spending and infrastructure projects around the region are on the rise.

New York’s Infrastructure will feature public and private developers who will discuss capital budgets for infrastructure, the next frontier of bridges and tunnels and major transit hubs on the horizon.

Join us to develop a better understanding of what to expect in 2012 as our region launches into the next phase of new development of our public infrastructure.

Download full brochure (PDF): New York’s Infrastructure: An Update on Critical Transportation and Infrastructure Projects Throughout the Region

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