In November 2021, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), a once-in-a-generation investment in our infrastructure. The legislation includes around $1.2 trillion in new federal investment in America’s roads and bridges, water infrastructure, resilience, internet, and more. This new law will help grow our economy, enhance our competitiveness, create good jobs, and make our economy more sustainable, resilient. But what does it mean for electrical contractors and their many business partners?
Please join us for the second part of our webinar series in our “What You Need to Know Now” series identifying the numerous new laws providing federal funding for infrastructure and the electrical contracting industry. Once again NECA will team with Ed DeLisle of Thompson Hine LLP, who will be providing a series of educational content specific to the federal government and its wide array of opportunities.
Ed will discuss how members can qualify for work opportunities funded by the Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act. In future webinars, he will also detail the many work opportunities and particulars of the CHIPS and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.