Looking Forward to Investment in InfrastructureFebruary 20, 2017
You were never more than a few seconds away from a sound bite centered on the word “infrastructure” if you watched even a few minutes of campaign or debate coverage leading up to the 2016 Presidential election. Rebuilding our nation’s crumbling roads, bridges, ports, airports, and power plants was a point of emphasis for both candidates.
As a specialty construction firm focused on concrete cutting & removal, Aggregate Technologies is excited about the future investment in American infrastructure. We look forward to the opportunity to take part in the rebuilding of some of our nation’s most important parts of the built environment. Our firm has built a reputation as one of the leading concrete cutting contractors working on infrastructure projects.
Aggregate Technologies has successfully completed projects involving bridges, piers and ports, power plants, airports, and water treatment plants, among many others. Our team is comfortable working on land or in marine environments. We have worked tirelessly to develop our own unique methods and techniques to speed projects and improve efficiency. This is important, as government dollars will be tightly budgeted with little room for cost overruns.
Our firm is also uniquely positioned to be an asset on key infrastructure projects due to our experience working on rehabilitation and emergency jobs. With so much of the infrastructure already built and in place, repairs and upgrades will make up many of the projects. Completing those types of projects requires extreme attention to detail and care, and ATI has shown this time and again on sensitive projects involving damaged bridges and bulkheads. We are confident that we are equipped to tackle any infrastructure project.
The nation’s infrastructure is at a critical point, with the useful life cycle coming to an end for many structures at the same time. As funding comes available, firms must be prepared to meet the challenge. Aggregate Technologies is well positioned to do so, and we are looking forward to doing our part to rebuild American infrastructure one project at a time.