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Its Game On In America As President Biden Lays Out Plans. Remarks On The Construction Of Intel’s Two New Advanced Chip Factories Valued At $20 Billion While Creating 7,000 Construction & AEC Workers

LICKING COUNTY, OHIO - News came today from Intel confirming formally that the company has indeed ruled out Texas' bid and will lay foundations in Ohio. An initial investment of more than $20 billion has been announced by Intel for the development of two new cutting-edge chip facilities.In order to address the growing demand for advanced
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Infrastructure Breakdown

Washington, D.C. - As of November 15, 2021, the modernized Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act has been signed into American law. Significant investment will be centralized around U.S. transportation networks, broadband transmission, and public works projects. President Biden’s act is set forth to combat the country’s aging infrastructure
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Asphalt Prices & Supply Hold Steady, For Now.

United States Of America - A BYLT:™ survey of asphalt plants located in Boston, Rhode Island, Connecticut and California reported that plants have a steady supply and prices ranged from $80-$98 per ton of HMA. Despite increases in raw materials and port bottlenecks on all coasts asphalt prices have remained steady for the end user contractor.
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Lumber Prices Are Mirroring The Last Climb To Record Highs As Developers Have Tough Choices To Make For Construction Projects

United States Of America - Lumber prices on CME Futures board were down 4% today after being 70% higher then its August low. On Tuesday evening, US stock futures drifted lower following a lackluster session and as investors awaited key earnings and inflation data. Dow futures fell 60 points, while S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures fell 0.22
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Inflation and Mounting shortages Are delaying Construction Of Infrastructure In Maine As The Trends Are Popping Up Across The United States

United States of America- So far this year, the Maine Department of Transportation has rejected bids on at least 15 projects because the contractors' bids were significantly higher than the department's budget. Maine DOT has canceled 17 percent of its paving projects for the year as inflation ate sustainability out of production to cost ratio.
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NorthEast Maglev Rail Gets Hard Push Of Support From Unions, Business Leaders & Workers

Baltimore, Maryland- Monday afternoon on July 12th, construction union members, workers, and business leaders congregated in Baltimore to rally for acceptance of the proposed high-speed train between Baltimore to D.C. Speakers at the gathering urged political leaders to authorize the creation of the Northeast Maglev train which is anticipated
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