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Guest on The Infra Blog: Barry LePatner, Founder, SaveOurBridges.com and Author, “Too Big to Fall”

Posted by InfraUSA on Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Barry B. LePatner is the founder of SaveOurBridges.com, an interactive map which allows the public to easily locate bridges in their area that are classified as both structurally deficient and fracture critical. Mr. LePatner is also the author of Too Big to Fall: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward. He is founder of the New York City-based law firm LePatner & Associates LLP. For three decades, he has been prominent as an advisor on business and legal issues affecting the real estate, design, and construction industries. He is recognized as one of the nation’s leading advisors to corporate and institutional clients, real estate owners, and design professionals. Mr. LePatner has also been awarded the distinction of Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine. In 2009, he was rated as one of the top ten real estate attorneys in New York City by the New York Observer.

Barry LePatner:

SaveOurBridges.com

Corrupt Policies & Misused Federal Infra Dollars

The Top Three Obstacles to Fixing Our Infrastructure

How Much Infra Spending Comes Back to the Community

Making Infra Funding a Priority

Download full transcript (PDF): Barry LePatner on The Infra Blog

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