GCA Discusses How Infrastructure Investment and GCA Members Create Solid Middle Class Jobs

On June 5th, GCA Executive Director, Denise Richardson joined a prestigious group of New Yorkers at a symposium sponsored by the Center for an Urban Future (CUF) to discuss how New York … More >>

2018 NYRIC Congressional Delegation Reception in U.S. Capitol Honors the Late Dr. James Melius

The GCA co-hosted the New York Road and Infrastructure Coalition’s Annual 2018 Congressional Delegation Reception in the Mansfield Room of the U.S. Capitol in Washington on April 17th.  T… More >>

Why We Need to Increase the Federal Gas Tax

MTA Construction Cost Story

New York Times, December 29, 2017

The New York Times’ exhaustive story on the city’s subway construction (12/29/2017) reveals an enormously complex issue where critical facts ca… More >>

GCA Member Bay Crane Helps Set up Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

As Rockefeller Center holds its annual Christmas Tree lighting tonight, we are proud to highlight GCA member Bay Crane which helped to secure this massive 75-foot-tall Norway Spruce into the heart … More >>

GCA Welcomes New President of New York City Transit

Starting in January, Toronto Transit Commission CEO Andy Byford will become President of MTA New York City Transit.  Byford began his transit career at the London Underground where, … More >>

GCA Tells Congress Tax Reform Plan Hurts Infrastructure Investment

As the debate over tax reform heated up last week in Congress, the GCA wrote to and contacted all the members of the New York Congressional Delegation about the concerns the industry had with elem… More >>

GCA Speaker Series on New York’s Energy Issues

On Wednesday, October 18th, the GCA sponsored another in its “Speaker Series” that brings together decision makers and thought leaders from disciplines that are of importance to our … More >>

Build Better, Smarter, Faster

City & State Magazine, October 16, 2017

Every primer on effective management cautions against corporate silos.

They lead to project miscues, unrealistic budgets, impair c… More >>

Construction Starts on New Jersey Bridge, a Step to Fixing Region’s Rail

NEW YORK (Reuters) October 13, 2017 – Construction began Friday on New Jersey’s Portal Bridge, a key step forward for one of the nation’s most cri… More >>