The clock is most assuredly ticking. Going back to the campaign trail, President Donald Trump has professed his desire for the United States to address the horrible situation with the nation’s deficient infrastructure. The latest? Earlier this week, President Trump signed an executive order targeted towards taking steps to improve the U.S. infrastructure.
What now? Along with a team of analysts, I have been keeping a close watch on public sector purchasing related to: roads, bridges, airports, ports, railroads, utilities, public transportation and a variety of other applicable industries.
As I mention in the video, there are many U.S. governments, at the federal, state, and local levels, which have taken action to address issues. For certain, and as we have noted in earlier reports analyzing RFP/bid request activity, many plans have been in the works. Many projects were started and implemented, since well before President Trump took office. There are more going on right now.
The question remains: Will the U.S. take all of the necessary decisive action to improve upon the D+ grade, recently issued by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)?
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