SOURCE: Iron Eagle Group, Inc.

Iron Eagle Group, Inc.

April 06, 2011 08:30 ET

Leading Senators Propose Multi Billion Dollar US Infrastructure Bank

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - April 6, 2011) - Iron Eagle Group, Inc. (OTCQB: IEAG) (PINKSHEETS: IEAG) ("Iron Eagle"), a construction and contracting services provider in both the infrastructure, commercial, and government markets, announced today that as a result of aging roads, rails, airports, and seaports, Senator John Kerry proposed a plan that would pair public and private funding sources for a fresh and massive investment in American infrastructure.

The Massachusetts Democrat made the proposal with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, a Republican from Texas, and Mark R. Warner, a Virginia Democrat. The bipartisan group includes key Democrats and Republicans and has united two historic rivals by being supported by both the AFL-CIO labor federation and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

"Reliable, modern infrastructure isn't a luxury -- it's the lifeblood of our economy, the key to connecting our markets, moving people, products, information and energy, and the key to generating and sustaining millions of jobs for American workers," Kerry said. The legislation would provide loans and loan guarantees for large energy, water, and transportation projects through an independent entity called the American Infrastructure Financing Authority.

Specifically, the proposed legislation is intended to provide loans and loan guarantees for large energy, water, and transportation projects through an independent entity called the American Infrastructure Financing Authority. The new agency would initially be financed with $10 billion from the federal government and would ultimately become self-sustaining, through anticipated commitments of $640 billion in private-sector investment over 10 years.

Tad DeHaven, a budget analyst with the libertarian Cato Institute, said the idea may have some momentum now because of the budget-cutting mood on Capitol Hill along with lawmakers' appetites for transportation projects.

"Our country is falling further and further behind every day," Senator Trumka said. "We need to be investing in America." 

About Iron Eagle Group, Inc.
Iron Eagle provides construction and contracting services in both the commercial and government markets. Iron Eagle's management consists of business leaders in construction, government contracting, defense, finance, operations, and business development. Management has a compelling strategic plan to capitalize on the large $100 billion market opportunity in infrastructure construction created by annual government spending at the federal, state, and municipal levels throughout the United States. Through the experience and track records of its management team, along with a strong and diversified balance sheet, Iron Eagle believes it will have a major competitive advantage by being able to provide higher levels of construction surety bonds. Iron Eagle will further target additional growth opportunities through the highly focused bidding of federal, state, and municipal construction projects as well as working as a subcontractor to some of the multi-billion dollar prime contractors in the United States. 

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