When an Interstate highway bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River last August, America's crumbling infrastructure was thrust onto center stage. Does fixing infrastructure both across America and around the world open up investment opportunities? Several experts think so.
"We need roughly $200 billion of improvements, as our nations highways and bridges are really crumbling," Jack Ablin of Harris Private Bank told CNBC. "I think that's a huge play for some of these industrial companies to get busy over the next several years."
John Rogers of D.A. Davidson and Company says his firm recently upgraded Granite Construction, a company with a lot of infrastructure projects in California.