Tag: Concrete in Politics

Giatec Scientific Applauds $1.2 Trillion Bill for New Infrastructure Projects

After months of negotiations, the Biden administration signed into law one of the largest infrastructure bills in U.S. history. Biden signed this into law on November 15, 2021. Of the $1.2 trillion in confirmed funding, $550 billion has been reserved for improving the country’s roads, bridges, airports, waterways, and other […]

Concrete Coalition of Florida Leaders Meet with Legislators

Concrete Coalition of Florida Leaders Meet with Legislators during “Concrete Days”

Leaders from the Concrete Coalition of Florida met with Florida legislators in Tallahassee. Together they discussed key state topics and initiatives that affect the concrete and concrete products industry. “The economic and environmental benefits of building with concrete in Florida are numerous,” said Matt Sitter, president of the Florida Concrete […]

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Passage Applauded by PCA

Following the U.S. House of Representatives passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Portland Cement Association (PCA) President and CEO Michael Ireland released the following statement: “The Portland Cement Association applauds the U.S. House of Representatives for finally passing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. This bipartisan infrastructure […]

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Statement of the Portland Cement Association in Response to the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis Democratic Staff Recommendations Report

The Portland Cement Association (PCA), representing America’s cement manufacturers, President and CEO Michael Ireland issued the following statement. This statement came upon the release of the House Democrat Staff Report Solving the Climate Crisis: Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient and Just America. “The […]