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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and other stimulus measures have committed hundreds of billions of dollars of new federal spending to U.S. infrastructure markets. ACEC member firms are trying to “follow the funding” and understand the impact on water/wastewater, transportation, and other municipal infrastructure markets to optimize their business strategies with existing and new customers.

Join David Cox as he shares FirmoGraphs’ analysis and summary of capital investment plans for the largest cities, counties, water/wastewater, local transit authorities, and state departments of transportation. Data will be sliced based on state, project start date, agency type, and project type. Live maps, charts, and tables will be shared to dynamically show the audience the locations of “shovel-ready” projects across the U.S. He will continue by mapping the high-level flow of federal funds to the water/wastewater and transportation markets.

Based on knowing the plans and the flow of funding, he’ll share a heat map of the most likely public-agency “winners,” by which he means the agencies whose planned projects line up with available funding. The data set has high integrity, with all project values traceable back to source documents. The data and analysis are regularly used by some of the largest engineering, consulting, and construction firms in the U.S. The analysis is based on a carefully curated data set that includes the top 100 public agencies in each category plus all 50 State DOTs. 70,000 projects valued at more than six hundred billion dollars are considered.

Learning Objectives:

  • Scope of projects by type and U.S. geography
  • Using capital plans to position early within public agencies
  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding to support planned projects

Presenters: David Cox, President, FirmoGraphs, LLC

Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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