BEING THE  DIFFERENCE:​

Equity in Action

Disaster Relief . Resources . Responsiveness . Mobilization . Infrastructure 

The Equitable Infrastructure  Relief Project (EIRP) harnesses the expertise and resources of industry professionals and stakeholders to be the change that is needed to provide interim relief and aid in the long term planning required to better understand resiliency, policy and mobilization.

The EIRP is there – providing funds for emergency food and shelter as well as relief kits.

It is imperative remain after most have stopped focusing and moved on to the next. We are designed to be there for support long-term recovery projects such as:

  • Residual monitoring of needs versus resources

  • Mobilization of key stakeholders to provide resources required and overcoming pathways to delivery

  • Assisting with infrastructure planning and the readiness for future disasters

EIRP REGIONS:

  • Region 1 – Connecticut (CT), Maine (ME), Massachusetts (MA), New Hampshire (NH), New York (NY), Pennsylvania (PA), Rhode Island, Vermont (VT)

  • Region 2 – District of Columbia (DC), Delaware (DE), Kentucky (KY), Maryland (MD), New Jersey (NJ), Virginia (VA) West Virginia (WV)

  • Region 3 – Alabama (AL), Florida (FL), Georgia (GA), Mississippi (MS), North Carolina (NC), Puerto Rico (PR), South Carolina (SC)

  • Region 4 – Indiana (IN), Michigan (MI), Ohio (OH)

  • Region 5 – Illinois (IL), Iowa (IA), Nebraska (NE), Minnesota (MN), North Dakota (ND), South Dakota (SD), Wisconsin (WI)

  • Region 6 – Alaska (AK), Hawaii (HI), Idaho (ID), Montana (MT), Washington (WA), Wyoming (WY)

  • Region 7 – Arkansas (AR), Colorado (CO), Kansas (KS), Louisiana (LA), Missouri (MO), New Mexico (NM), Oklahoma (OK), Texas (TX)

  • Region 8 – Arizona (AZ), California (CA), Nevada (NV), Utah (UT)

  • Region 9 – All areas outside the United States or its territories

Our passionate staff and commitment to the regions we serve drive us to innovate, educate, create and demand positive change.  Our policy and  market intelligence identifies the most relevant issues, and opportunities arising from them.  Key is our work to alleviate the closed door climate that remain in vital corridors throughout the nation by developing strategies which empower all stakeholder to make change.​

The strongest cross-sector partnerships flourish when we engage in constructive dialogue and deliverable solutions.  Collaborative solutions, in which we all play our role, hold the key to meaningful and lasting progress.

Equitable Infrastructure
Group

New York City . Washington, D.C.

Worcester,  MA  .  Baltimore, MD

Birmingham, AL . Atlanta, GA

Email: info@equitableinfrastructuregroup.com

Phone: 212.381.1960

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