Virginia Named Infrastructure State Of The Year

CG/LA Infrastructure, LLC announced today that Virginia has been named the Infrastructure State of the Year, in advance of the upcoming North America Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum, to be held from September 22-24, in Washington, DC.

“Financing and building infrastructure is probably the greatest current challenge that we face as a country,” according to Norman F. Anderson, President & CEO of CG/LA. “Virginia has put itself into a strong leadership position, developing creative new ways of financing almost every type of critical infrastructure — urban mass transit, highways, ports and logistics, and freight rail — and the Commonwealth has done so in the face of the serious financial challenges faced by the state, and every state in the country, every single day.”

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EPA Head Visits Wyoming Wind Farm
The relatively nascent U.S. wind industry can help propel the country out of its economic doldrums and bring energy independence, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson said.
While touring Happy Jack Windpower, a new 30 […]

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Ray LaHood’s First 100 Days

When Ray LaHood was sworn in as U.S. Secretary of Transportation on January 23, 2009, he could not have foreseen that the signature accomplishment of his first 100 days in office would likely involve spending $48 billion provided for transportation […]

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