Expect Federal Funding Cuts, New Regs In 2011

February 2011
Underground Construction;Feb2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expected federal deficit in the underground construction sector for the year 2011 in the U.S. It mentions that the mov of the Congress to allow the Build America Bonds (BAB), which subsidized the interest rates that cities and counties paid to investors has impacted the industry. It affirms that one factor also is the expiration of the non-funding programs of interest to undergound construction at the end of 2010.


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