United for Infrastructure

United for Infrastructure℠, a non-profit organization, convenes American businesses, workers, elected leaders, and everyday citizens around one message: Let’s #LeadWithInfrastructure.

Americans deserve infrastructure that keeps them safe, creates jobs, eliminates barriers to equality and opportunity, and fuels a strong and vibrant economy. Our nation’s roads and rails, airports and seaports, drinking and wastewater systems, inland waterways and broadband internet and so many more systems are essential to these goals.

Through strategic events and knowledge sharing, we work with leaders and citizens around America to highlight the state of our nation’s infrastructure and the projects, policies, and ideas critical to ensuring every American family, worker, business and community is competitive, prosperous, and safe.

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United for Infrastructure, a 501c4 non-profit, works to educate the American public and policymakers about the importance of infrastructure to the nation’s economy, workers, and communities.  In partnership with the business community, labor unions, associations, think tanks, elected officials, and others, we have led the charge to improve America’s infrastructure. 

What We Do

Throughout the year, United for Infrastructure works to highlight the critical role infrastructure plays in all sectors of the economy and to show policymakers at all levels of government the breadth and diversity of support for long-term, sustainable infrastructure investment.  We do this through keynote events, like our Presidential Candidate Infrastructure Forum, as well as through our webinars, podcast, workshops, and smaller convenings.

Our signature annual event is United for Infrastructure: A Week to Champion America’s Infrastructure.  This week of advocacy brings together organizations and individuals from across America  – from local businesses, trade associations and chambers of commerce to mayors and individual citizens – to host events, tour new and innovative projects, and talk about infrastructure with the press and on social media. We encourage you to participate in the Week and tell your infrastructure story. Plan an event. Drive media attention. Reach out to your elected leaders. 


United for Infrastructure is grateful for the support of its sponsors: