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INAUGURAL FIELD MEASURES NEWSLETTER
The Keystone Global Inaugural Field Measures Newsletter provides various articles and data on current events. It touches on various U.S. & macroeconomic updates, such as supply-chain conditions, interest rate changes and inflation drivers. It also provides an overview of recent M&A activity in the AEC industry, the current outlook of technological innovation in the construction and infrastructure sectors, and Keystone Global team updates
US Q1 2022 PUBLIC COMPANY REPORT
The Keystone Global public company report is produced quarterly and intended to highlight historical and quarterly financial performance, recent news, and quarterly earnings highlights from select companies. This Q1 2022 report conveys publicly available financial information for Tutor Perini Corporation, Granite Construction Inc., Sterling Construction Co., AECOM, Flour Corporation and MYR Group Inc.
KEYSTONE NEW YORK STATE FUNDING SUMMARY
Keystone's latest report on New York State's Capital Program and Financing Plan includes the DOB’s budget for Fiscal Years 2023 through 2027. Included in the report is a summary of transformative infrastructure projects, a summary of capital spending by Sector and Financial Source and debt allocation plans. Capital spending is projected to total $18.6 billion in FY 2023 and is impacted by the new five-year plans for both transportation and housing.
KEYSTONE $1T INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMARY
The $1.T Trillion Infrastructure Act Summary provides an overview of the funding that will stem from new Federal Infrastructure legislation, signed into law on November 5, 2021. The Infrastructure Act provides $450 Billion in spending to renew existing programs and $550 Billion in new federal spending. The law also establishes an Infrastructure Implementation Task Force, which will be responsible for overseeing the deployment and allocation of funds.
AMERICAN JOBS PLAN HIGHLIGHT SUMMARY
The American Jobs Act, which was proposed by the White House on March 31, 2021, focuses on four main areas: 1) Quality of Life at Home - $650 Billion 2) Transportation Infrastructure - $621 Billion 3) Research/Development/Manufacturing - $480 Billion 4) Help for Caregivers - $400 Billion. If passed, this bill would go beyond the Infrastructure Investment Act by also focusing on Building Infrastructure and quality of life funding.
NEW YORK CITY PIPELINE REPORT SUMMARY
The NYC Pipeline summary highlights a list of the most successful contractors for work bid by the Port Authority of NY/NJ, the NYC DOT, MTA, NYC DEP, Nassau County Dept of Public Works, and NYC DDC by total win value, which will also includes bid finishing position, total bids, win percentage, second place win delta by value and delta from the average. A summary of the NYC Civil Public Agencies and their future pipeline, including number of projects and total potential value is also included. Detail behind each, including contractor results and project pipeline are outlined within the report.
This is your File description. Concisely describe the content of your file and make sure to highlight your contact details for further questions and remarks. The Newsletter provides various articles, data and industry events. It touches on various Federal and State changes worth noting, such as tax cuts, material costs and tariffs and the labor shortage that plagues our industry. It also provided an overview of interested as a percentage of revenue for public traded companies and highlighted our engagements speaking at the MWBE Forum in Albany and Construction Breakfast in New Jersey.
Our company overviews provide a resource of Public companies, providing insight on their valuation, multiples, balance sheet, income statements and Quarterly conference call notes. The companies highlighted in this report are Tutor Perini, Granite, Sterling, Aecom, Emcor and MYR.