Infrastructure is Essential for a Better Tomorrow

The water you use in your morning shower; the road you drive to work; the internet you access all day; the electricity to power your TV; and the bathwater you run for your child at night can be summed up in one word: infrastructure. It’s not incredibly sexy, but nothing essential is ever really considered super special.

With the unveiling of President Biden’s ambitious $2 trillion “American Jobs Plan” and Infrastructure Week quickly approaching May 10-14, it’s important to understand what infrastructure is and why everyone keeps talking about how important it is to our lives every day.

Women in Construction

The construction industry is a male-dominated field, but women are breaking down barriers and jackhammering through a concrete ceiling for the next generation of women to build careers in construction.

The future looks promising as the industry is expected to see 12% employment growth by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Additionally, experts are applauding the federal government’s plans to increase investment in infrastructure construction in the coming years.

Join The Rebuild SoCal Partnership as we celebrate Infrastructure Week with the hope to indeed Build Back Better.

Invest in Our Infrastructure

Hear from economists, professors, engineers and more on why Clifornia earned itself a C- in Infrastructure. Frustrated? Get Involved with the Rebuild SoCal Partnership.

Essential Construction Workers – Working Safe

During the last year, many workers faced challenged because of COVID-19. The Rebuild SoCal Partnership has the utmost concern for worker safety and promotes proper precautions for all construction workers.