Infrastructure matters. Roads, water-treatment plants, bridges, the rigs and pipelines that make America run – we don’t think about them until something goes wrong. The harm to our economy is bad enough when we experience infrastructure problems. Far worse is when these problems become life-and-death tragedies.
During this week, the International Union of Operating Engineers and others tell the story of what infrastructure means to Americans in our daily lives. Join us in making infrastructure a nationwide topic of conversation. It matters elevate infrastructure as a critical issue impacting all Americans.
Coordinated by a Steering Committee, representing America’s business, labor, and policy-making leadership
, and comprised of more than 100 Affiliate organizations from all sectors of America’s economy and civil society, Infrastructure Week is the largest, most diverse, non-partisan coalition of organizations dedicated to strengthening America by rebuilding our infrastructure. Critically, Infrastructure Week unites both traditional stakeholders with those whose lives, livelihoods and businesses run on infrastructure: manufacturers, retailers, passengers, travel and tourism companies, and the towns, counties, and cities home to them.
Learn more about Infrastructure Week at - http://infrastructureweek.org/