Let's Rebuild America

 

Investing in America’s infrastructure is critical to our economic recovery, prosperity and quality of life. The longer our elected leaders wait to pass legislation, the more our roads, bridges, and highways will deteriorate.

This much-needed infrastructure legislation will create millions of jobs, improve global competitiveness, and add trillions of dollars in economic growth through investment in roads, bridges, ports, airports, transit, rail, water and energy infrastructure, access to broadband, and more. 

The House now needs to pass this bipartisan legislation so it can be signed into law without delay. Read more from our President and CEO Suzanne Clark.


See what the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will provide your state for highway programs, bridge replacement and repairs, public transportation, broadband, and more.

 

Infrastructure is not a partisan issue – it’s an American priority.


 

Recent Chamber Actions Supporting Passage of Infrastructure Legislation:

  • January 2021: Launched Build by the Fourth of July initiative with over 300 national and local organizations
  • February 2021: Launched Brent Spence Bridge campaign with state and local chambers
  • February 2021: Hosted Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) and Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) during our inaugural Common Grounds event series to discuss bipartisan solutions to infrastructure investment
  • June 2021: Joined Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers leaders in a joint statement urging Congress and the Administration to continue bipartisan negotiations
  • July 2021: Launched and led the Coalition for Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment, consisting of over 100 business, labor and public policy organizations 

 

 

Recent Activity

EventNov 11, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am

EnergyInnovates: Grid Resilience

As our transition to a lower-carbon electricity future progresses, today’s electric grid is increasingly being asked to integrate new energy users with a growing diversity of generation resources – both large and small, centralized and widespread.

Letters to CongressSep 14, 2021 - 12:00pm

Coalition Letter on Western Water Provisions in Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

This Coalition letter was sent to Members of the House of Representatives on Western water provisions of the bipartisan infrastructure package.

Above the FoldAug 30, 2021 - 10:00am
A male steel worker working high up on a girder. He is sitting on the girder, wearing a safety harness, welding to secure the girder to a column.

10 Reasons Why the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Benefits All Americans

Here are the top 10 ways the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act would benefit all Americas.

Press ReleaseAug 24, 2021 - 5:45pm

U.S. Chamber Vows to Defeat Reconciliation, Hails Voting Deadline for Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Suzanne Clark issued the following statement after the House voted to adopt the rule that would “deem and pass” the Senate budget resolution while allowing consideration of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Press ReleaseAug 10, 2021 - 11:45am

U.S. Chamber Applauds Senate for Passing Infrastructure Legislation, Urges House to Continue Bipartisan Progress

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Suzanne Clark issued the following statement after the Senate passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

 

Investing in America’s infrastructure is critical to our economic recovery, prosperity and quality of life. The longer our elected leaders wait to pass legislation, the more our roads, bridges, and highways will deteriorate.

This much-needed infrastructure legislation will create millions of jobs, improve global competitiveness, and add trillions of dollars in economic growth through investment in roads, bridges, ports, airports, transit, rail, water and energy infrastructure, access to broadband, and more. 

The House now needs to pass this bipartisan legislation so it can be signed into law without delay. Read more from our President and CEO Suzanne Clark.


See what the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will provide your state for highway programs, bridge replacement and repairs, public transportation, broadband, and more.

 

Infrastructure is not a partisan issue – it’s an American priority.


 

Recent Chamber Actions Supporting Passage of Infrastructure Legislation:

  • January 2021: Launched Build by the Fourth of July initiative with over 300 national and local organizations
  • February 2021: Launched Brent Spence Bridge campaign with state and local chambers
  • February 2021: Hosted Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) and Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) during our inaugural Common Grounds event series to discuss bipartisan solutions to infrastructure investment
  • June 2021: Joined Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers leaders in a joint statement urging Congress and the Administration to continue bipartisan negotiations
  • July 2021: Launched and led the Coalition for Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment, consisting of over 100 business, labor and public policy organizations