Will Construction Pick Up the Pace or the Pieces?
A free, live webcast
By Laura Marlow
Construction activity has been increasing moderately but unevenly. Recent indication suggest that 2015 could be a more rewarding year overall. But there are also major risks, especially for contractors that are dependent on oil and gas investment, public outlays or export-related sectors. Find out what a trio of leading construction economists expect will happen in different regions and construction segments, along with what they foresee for materials and labor costs and availability.
Tune in Thursday, April 30, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. (EDT), when top construction economists, Ken Simonson of the AGC of America, Kermit Baker of the AIA and Alex Carrick of CMD come together for a fast-paced, interactive economic look into the coming season.
The complimentary broadcast is open to everyone. All who register can download the presentation slides and view the archived presentation, when available. AIA members who attend the live broadcast are eligible to receive 1.5 AIA CEU credits.
Register now at www.cmdgroup.com/webcasts.
About the Author
Laura Marlow is the Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development at CMD.