....I will add the point that the House, specifically Speaker Pelosi, has promised that they aren't going to pass the more limited "bipartisan" bill until after they pass the reconciliation bill. So they certainly won't pass the Senate bill unmodified before reconciliation passes (because then it would pass!) They'll send back modified versions via conference committee until after reconciliation has passed, and *then* sign off on something.The overall big strategy on this bill is that Congress will pass a more limited "nuts and bolts" infrastructure bill (this one) that's "bipartisan" (or at least has enough Republican votes to prevent a filibuster.) Then they will include additional funding for stuff no Republican would vote for as part of a reconciliation bill, which can pass with a simple majority.
So, no final infrastructure bill until after reconciliation is done. Plenty of time to keep working on modifying the "bipartisan" bill.