LATEST NEWS 

Mike D'Ambra elected as CIRI president.
Succeeds Steve Cardi in key leadership role.
Michael D. D’Ambra, executive vice president of D’Ambra Construction Company, was recently elected as President of CIRI. Having served as First Vice President for the last four years …

Tim Scanlon is new Executive Director for CIRI.
Versatile pro follows the legendary tenure of Henry Sherlock.

On January 1, Timothy R. Scanlon assumed the mantle of Executive Director for CIRI. He replaces Henry J. Sherlock, who has served CIRI admirably for 37 years … 

CIRI scholarship program enters its fourth year.
Application period open through April 18.

Now in its fourth year, the CIRI scholarship program will award $2,500 grants to four students to help fund their college studies.
  >>> 2014 Scholarship Application • downloadable PDF 

Key transportation issues addressed at annual Fall Dinner Meeting.
Carlos C. Machado & Michael Lewis featured as speakers.
Over the past several decades, our biannual dinner meetings have served as key gatherings for CIRI members and other transportation …

Future still uncertain for federal highway funds:
Why Rhode Island needs a dedicated state-level program.
In 1956, the US Highway Trust Fund was established to finance the Interstate Highway System and other roads. Its mission has been expanded over the years …

Legislative Watch • 2.1.14
Issues on the horizon in the General Assembly.
Pay-as-you-go expansion • Independent contractors  • Apprenticeship mandate
Other anticipated issues

The voice of Rhode Island’s heavy and highway construction industry.

Rhodework Review • Winter 2014
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