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Get Ready for Infrastructure Week 2015

Posted by Joe Gentle on Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Infrastructure Week 2015: May 11 -15

Infrastructure Week 2015 is almost here. This year, be sure to join us in advocating for comprehensive infrastructure investment and a better future for our nation as a whole. Events will take place in Washington, D.C., around America, and on the internet, from May 11th to 15th. Check the calendar to find out what’s happening. Below are a few samples:

Now in its 3rd year, Infrastructure Week is a national week of high-profile events, media coverage, focused advocacy, and other efforts around the country to build momentum for revitalization of America’s economic competitiveness through rebuilding American infrastructure. Led by groups representing America’s business, labor, and policy-making leadership, Infrastructure Week convenes an unprecedented, broad, non-partisan, coalition united around the message that investing in infrastructure is Investing in America’s Economy. The Week challenges policy-makers and the public to address head-on the challenges facing U.S. infrastructure, to move beyond short-term fixes and deferred maintenance, and to envision the innovative solutions, technologies, policies and investments that will bring America’s aging infrastructure into the 21st century.

What are you waiting for?

If you, your business, or your organization want to contribute to Infrastructure Week by offering special events, content, or media support, sign up to be an affiliate today. It’s not too late to get American infra back on track!

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