Officials in Graves County outlined several economic development projects in the works. These projects include new manufacturing space, road updates and more.
With National Infrastructure Week around the corner, many American businesses, workers, elected leaders and everyday citizens are uniting under one message, “Let’s Build for Tomorrow – Staring Now.”
Construction will begin this month on an extension of the highway in Mayfield, KY to create a much needed four-lane bypass around the city.
Kentucky has adopted an innovative building approach for a major transportation project that will save time and money on needed updates to Louisville roads.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has awarded improvement projects totaling almost $3.4 million for eight bridges Bath, Fleming, Carter, Boyd and Greenup counties.
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
KY Chamber Pres. Dave Adkisson, NKY Chamber Pres. Brent Cooper, GLI Pres. Kent Oyler, and Commerce Lexington President Bob Quick talk infrastructure.
The Western Kentucky Infrastructure Fund is an innovative, private fund established to provide debt financing to private-sector firms participating in public infrastructure projects at both the state and local levels.
Leaders across the country – at every level – have talked for years about the growing need to reinvest in our national and local infrastructure.