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There is no greater or immediate threat to our industry and its future successes than bridges that don't bridge and roads that don't road. Our ability to assist in the rebuilding of America's infrastructure is a key focus to aim for when investing in ourselves and future generations. We need to update and streamline the nation's infrastructure. Reliable infrastructure will enable our domestic supply chains to handle periods of sustained growth. Our industrial and population growth will enable the United States to become a powerhouse exporter for the world economy - at a level it is not currently designed to do. Rapid globalization has centralized markets and products to incredibly large suppliers, with a better infrastructure smaller suppliers can compete and thrive. Competition drives capitalism, stronger avenues for growth will level the playing field and create the ability to compete. Infrastructure, of course, entails more than just highways and road systems. When we say our focus is on infrastructure, we are speaking to the strength of the United States and what lies ahead in the future. We need to sustain our population growth. We need buildings that will house current and future generations to be built at a pace that leads to future promise. We are committed to supporting this process by providing the services and information needed to do it well.


Sustainability is the key to our success as a society. We can label reasons for using renewable energy sourcing however you would like; politically, socially, or culturally. As a business, we label it economically. It is in the best interest of all people and industry to make renewable energy as successful as it can be as quickly and as feasibly possible. Competition and innovation are American ideals. Our history of pushing ourselves and the world to be better, will be reflected in the redesigning of our National energy grid. There are many forms of energy generation that are considered “renewable” and more ideas coming to the forefront each and every day – and we want to help it all happen! Solar is finally starting to achieve its economies of scale, and it is about time. The era of renewable energy is upon us and many of the obstacles from growth have to do with inexperience in the transportation of its goods and issues that arise from an unstable supply chain. Distancing our society from an energy source and grid that is centered around finite commodities, and those that have a history of negatively impacting our unique position in nature, leads to a non-negotiable purpose for humans and businesses – that we leave the world we exit better than the one we entered.