Advocating for infrastructure on Capitol Hill

As COVID-19 continues to impact the global community, many of our activities have transitioned to a virtual format, including the 2021 Legislative Fly-In.

On March 3-4, over 260 members from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico will digitally connect with members of Congress and their staff. This year’s effort focuses on sharing the grades and recommendations from the 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure.

All attendees will have the opportunity to participate in the Infrastructure Report Card Solution Summit, and gain insight into this year’s grades and solutions.

The program also includes pre-event training, along with special instructions for Younger Members, to prepare participants for meetings with congressional offices.

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  1. Tom, ASCE’s Committee on Sustainability has produced a “Call-to-Action” paper intended to raise the awareness of the effects of a changing climate on civil infrastructure and the need to incorporate additional robustness, resiliency, redundancy and adaptation into infrastructure designs. Given that the 2021 Legislative Fly-In (Zoom-In) is less than three weeks away, it is essential that the participating ASCE members understand how the Biden-Harris Administration’s call for a climate-resilient infrastructure needs to translate down into how individual infrastructure projects need to be planned, designed, built and operated. See my comments to a recent New York Times article, “The Task Ahead for Biden on Climate.”


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