President Joe Biden is set to unveil a roughly $2 trillion infrastructure plan in Pittsburgh, Wednesday.
In a recent episode of CNBC's Mad Money, Jim Cramer warned that it's time to start eyeing those "boring" infrastructure names.
"There doesn't need to be an infrastructure bill in Congress to make the infrastructure stocks a buy, Cramer told viewers, as he highlighted two of his favorites, Martin Marietta Materials and Nucor," wrote TheStreet's Scott Rutt in his Mad Money recap. "Whether Congress passes a big infrastructure bill, a small bill, or no bill at all, our economy is on the mend and that means construction activity is picking up across the country. With construction comes the need for materials from Martin Marietta."
"I know what you're thinking. Rocks are boring. But that's kind of the point. Martin Marietta is a solid performer that's only going to get better. Cramer said he likes that the company is focused on the "mega regions" of our country and on the biggest projects at our biggest companies," he continued.
In the video above, Cramer breaks down 4 infrastructure plays he's watching closely.