Blueprint 2025: How the Next President Should Handle Infrastructure

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

There will be a new resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in about 14 months, and no matter who that person is, infrastructure will be on the agenda. No matter how you measure it, U.S. infrastructure investment is falling behind the country’s needs and the rest of the world. The needs are so big that it begs a question: where would a new President start? So the infrastructure consulting firm of CG LA pulled in an entire group of infrastructure experts throughout the country–including several who work with McGraw Hill Financial–to put together a list of infrastructure priorities and the means of making them reality.

The man behind that is Norman Anderson, the President and CEO of CG-LA. He joins us here today on Institute Insight.

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