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Trickle-down Infrastructure
Tackling the Nation's Transportation Needs
One Project at a Time

Whenever infrastructure has come up as a political topic in recent years, it’s assumed to mean large, publicly funded projects: interstate highways, municipal water systems, dams and ports. But an anticipated flood of construction activity in this sector has a trickle-down effect. Construction owners that support infrastructure functions—such as transportation—sense opportunities and invest private funds in their own projects.

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Retaining Construction's Greatest Asset
To Combat the Skilled Labor Shortage, Create a Culture Employees Want to Be Part of for the Long Haul

As the industry struggles to improve its reputation among the younger generation, many tactics can be used to foster a company culture that improves employee retention. Offer attractive benefits packages. Provide access to training and education. Keep communication with leadership clear and comfortable. Focus on safety. Encourage employees to become active in their communities. And, don’t be afraid to have a little bit of fun.

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15th Annual Contractors' Guide to Surety Bonding

 Market Overview: Creating Sustainable Growth With Surety Bonds
 Executive Insights
 Aging Infrastructure Projects Call for Surety Bonding Protections
 A Capitol Hill and State Legislative Update
 Filling the Surety Industry's Generation Gap
 The Power of Partnership: Choosing the Best Surety Agent for the Job
 Bonding as an Empowerment Tool
 How to Handle Higher Project Volume Without Overextending the Business
 Always Verify a Bond
 2018 Directory of Surety Bonding Professionals

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Also in This Issue

Washington Update Gauging the Swing of the Republican Pendulum
Construction Markets Building the Contemporary Coliseum
Equipment Why It's Construction's Time for E-commerce
Technology FAQs on Machine Learning in Construction
Workforce Industry Changes Push AEC Firms Toward Proactive Recruitment
Legal Don't Overlook Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b) in Civil Construction Cases
Risk Stay Compliant With the Updated NPDES Permit
Finance Four Common Paths to Transitioning Ownership
Sustainability The Federal Preemption Bind on Local Energy Policy
Community Outreach Service Above Self
Viewoints What does it mean for your company to be employee-owned?
Plus  In Brief

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