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Progressives And Conservatives Chose Partisanship Over Progress In Decision To Delay Passage Of Much-needed Infrastructure Bill

Construction Official Says Yet Another Delay of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Will Make It Harder to Improve Supply Chains and Undermine Efforts to Boost Employment and Economic Growth

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in reaction to another delayed vote on the Bipartisan Infrastructure measure in the U.S. House of Representatives:

Only 14 States And D.C. Added Construction Jobs Since Pandemic Began As Supply Problems, Lack Of Infrastructure Bill Undermine Recovery

Texas, Louisiana Have Worst Job Losses Since February 2020, While Utah and Idaho Add the Most; Tennessee and Alaska Have Worst One-Month Losses, While Texas and Connecticut Top the Lists

Prices For Construction Materials Continue To Outstrip Bid Prices Over 12 Months, Despite Dip In September, Amid Increasing Supply-Chain Problems

Construction Officials Renew Push for Immediate Removal of Tariffs on Key Construction Materials, Urge Congress and the Administration to Take Steps to Repair “Every Level” of the Supply Chain

Nonresidential Construction Sector Posts First Job Gain Since March But Has Yet To Hit Pre-Pandemic Levels Amid Supply Chain Disruptions & Delays

Association Officials Noted that Supply Chain Problems and Materials Price Increases are Impacting Demand for Nonresidential Projects, Prompting Some Owners to Delay or Cancel Projects

Atmore, Alabama’s Rolin Construction Wins Diverse Business Of The Year Award From National Construction Association

Associated General Contractors of America Also Recognizes Austin Commercial, Gilbane Building Company, KAI Enterprises, Trinity Subsurface, LLC, Hilti North America, and the Nevada Contractors Association for their Diversity & Inclusion Programs

Construction Spending Stalls Between July And August As Decrease In Nonresidential Projects Negates Ongoing Growth In Residential Work

Most Infrastructure Categories Post Year-to-Date Declines Compared to First Eight Months of 2020;  Association Officials Call for Congress, President to Finish Work on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill