Kentucky economic development leaders are getting out the word about our pro-business initiatives — including legislation to allow public-private partnerships — and gaining some national attention from site selection publications.
With a focus on improving roads, bridges to help advance economic development, Rep. Sal Santoro says the legislature is working to do more than ever to improve Kentucky infrastructure funding.
Public-private partnerships provide opportunities for local communities to combat some of the biggest issues facing the nation today.
It’s not enough to think in the present. It’s better to think with the future in mind.
Open walls, exposed metal framing and lack of electrical wiring and plumbing describe an incomplete building at the Grand Junction Regional Airport.
The federal income tax legislation signed late last year by President Trump ushers in sweeping tax law changes that significantly benefit the construction industry.
Limitations on public-private investment to restore public buildings may be uplifted following the Public Buildings Renewal Act (S. 3177/H.R. 5361), or PBRA, and there’s an active bipartisan group of mayors and governors strongly encouraging congress to make sure it passes.