High-ranking House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee member Rep. Rick Larsen (D-WA) joins AGC for project tour to learn about the issues impacting the industry.
On July 11, AGC of Washington Chapter and AGC of America, working with AGC member, Granite Construction, led Rep. Rick Larsen (D-WA) on a tour of the $24 Million Padden Creek - Fish Passage project in Bellingham, Washington by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The scope of Granite’s work includes the replacement of two existing fish barriers with new fish passable structures, part of WSDOT efforts to remove nearly 800 fish barriers around Washington State by 2030. The construction site tour provided AGC with an opportunity to discuss with Rep. Larsen the benefits of infrastructure investment, as well as the many challenges facing the construction industry, including the rising cost of construction materials and workforce shortages, and to thank him for his vote in support for AGC-Backed Bipartisan Infrastructure bill.
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