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PODCAST April 05, 2022

Innovation and Technology Investments in Infrastructure

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Key Takeaways

  • The conversation spans proposals and marketing, efficient trucking, building in the metaverse, efficient excavation spoils markets, and more.

This episode focuses on innovative solutions for fixing and transforming infrastructure. The conversation spans proposals and marketing, efficient trucking, building in the metaverse, efficient excavation spoils markets, and more. We share ideas for investment and collaboration opportunities afforded by the new infrastructure law.

John Smolen, a Partner in our Baltimore office, hosts the conversation and is joined by John Dionisio, a pioneering infrastructure entrepreneur who is the Managing Director of Corporate Strategic Development at Global Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.

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