Construction News Tracker: Will 25% Spending Cut Woo Republicans to Biden Infrastructure Plan?

Administration cuts total by $550B, icing spend on manufacturing, small business, supply chains and R&D, Senate committees take up reauthorization of FAST Act, industry employers kick back at COVID 19 compliance, housing starts plunge

Where Does Biden's Infrastructure Bill Stand?

The Memorial Day deadline for sweeping legislation to repair our crumbing infrastructure has passed. Democrats and Republicans are still working to reach an agreement. But big differences remain, and time is short

Forward Progress for Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved the Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act (STRA) of 2021 by a 20-0 vote

Did the April Housing-Starts Surprise Result from Weather or Materials and Labor Shortage?

US new home construction dropped precipitously and permits were weak in the face of unprecedented demand for new homes, but multifamily construction showed signs of revival

I-40 Bridge Closure Puts the Cost of Doing Nothing to Repair Infrastructure on Display

A crack that was visible on the bridge back in 2016 but never repaired has now shut down a vital route for truckers, costing the industry $2.4 million a day in delays