It’s a word plastered all over the news lately. From dilapidated roads to crumbling bridges, infrastructure – or the fundamental, underlying facilities our cities and towns rely on to help them function – are in desperate need of repair, upgrade, or replacement.
But, just what does infrastructure refer to anyway? Actually, it refers to a great number of things we take for granted (or overlook) on a daily basis. Examples include…
- Clean water supply: treatment, pumping, and distribution (along with sewage treatment)
- Police & Fire departments / Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Electricity generation (power plants) and transmission lines
- Telephone, cable, and fiber optic systems
- Bridges, roadways, tunnels, levees and dams
- Railways / airports / seaports
- Mass transit systems
Consider a time when you’ve been inconvenienced by something like an emergency bridge repair in your own neighborhood… Indeed, the state of our nation’s infrastructure is a topic we can’t afford to ignore any longer.
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CREED LA fights to ensure that developers pay fair wages to all the hard working construction professionals throughout the industry while simultaneously providing them with quality health care, continued training, and trustworthy retirement plans.
To learn more about how our non-profit organization supports those building a better, greener world for us all, contact CREED LA at (877) 810-7473.