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Jan 12th 2022 | Posted in Energy by Texas Government Insider

Renewable energy expansion in Texas is expected to keep pace with the global rise in clean energy capacity. A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts rapid growth of worldwide renewable energy over the next five years. According to the IEA report, titled “Renewables 2021, Analysis and Forecast to 2026,” renewable capacity will […]

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Jan 12th 2022 | Posted in Public-Private Partnerships (P3) by Government Contracting Pipeline

Alabama – Gov. Kay Ivey on January 4 announced the creation of the A-USA Corridor, a proposed $231.6 million program of rail projects supported by a public-private partnership (P3). The first phase of the corridor initiative involves a $71.6 million project to link the Port of Mobile with the McCalla Intermodal Facility near Birmingham by making […]

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Jan 12th 2022 | Posted in Transportation by Government Contracting Pipeline

Utah – The Utah Inland Port Authority (UIPA) secured $150 million in bond funding, which gives the authority approximately $112 million in revenue to kick off proposed projects including a transloading/cross-dock facility. Adjacent to a railyard, the new facility will offer international and domestic cargo stakeholders a cost-effective and efficient inland alternative option by leveraging existing […]

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Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

UTSA is inviting vendors to attend a virtual pre-submittal conference at 9 a.m. December 21 for architectural and engineering services for a new Basketball and Volleyball Training Facility (BVTF) to support the teams’ entry into the American Athletic Conference in Division 1. The BVTF will be located adjacent to the recently completed Roadrunner Athletic Center […]

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Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Vertical by Texas Government Insider

Amarillo councilmembers on December 14 authorized the sale of $23.9 million in bonds to fund the renovation of Amarillo Hardware into a new City Hall. Earlier this year, the City Council had approved the sale of $35 million in certificates of obligation to fund the project, but a lawsuit delayed that action until the case […]

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Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Healthcare by Government Contracting Pipeline
Valencia County hospital rendering

New Mexico – Valencia County is working on a draft request for proposals (RFP) for the construction of a $50 million acute care hospital to serve rural areas of the county. A 2020 report by the state’s Department of Health cited serious concerns about the county population’s life expectancy from birth and from age 65 as […]

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Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Transportation, Water Projects by Government Contracting Pipeline
Port of Long Beach

Washington, D.C. – To help stem the nation’s supply chain issues, the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) will award more than $241 million in discretionary grant funding for 25 projects to improve port facilities. MARAD’s Port Infrastructure Development Program supports efforts by ports and industry stakeholders to improve facility and freight infrastructure by providing planning and capital […]

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Dec 30th 2021 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers

Firefighters are heroes in our communities, and public safety is top of mind for first responders and citizens as well. Now, for the first time in many years, local governments have new funding for public safety facilities. Hundreds of projects for new or significantly upgraded and modernized fire stations are either in planning phases or […]

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Dec 29th 2021 | Posted in Energy by Government Contracting Pipeline

Washington, D.C. – The Biden-Harris Administration released an Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Plan on December 13 that sets the course for investing $5 billion in formula funding for states to build a national charging network of 500,000 chargers. The plan is designed to support Biden’s target of 50 percent of EV sale shares in the U.S. […]

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