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2017 Construction Outlook
Nonresidential Spending Remains Vulnerable to Another Year of Disappointing Economic Performance

For now, it's tempting to maintain a somewhat pessimistic outlook. A combination of debt accumulation and low interest rates appears to have taken asset prices above levels supported by economic fundamentals. This renders the macro-economy and that of the nation’s nonresidential construction sector somewhat vulnerable to asset price adjustments.

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Regional Construction Outlook

The first half of 2016 was disappointingly slow, but signs of improvement for the second half have appeared. Employment continues to grow at a slow, but steady, pace. The overall outlook is for continued, albeit slow, expansion in the economy and the construction industry.

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Blending the Old With the New
Historic Renovation Is a Labor of Love

For those that take on the onerous and challenging work of renovating and restoring historic buildings, it is more than just a job. It’s a labor of love. At the heart of this movement is an upsurge in the desire to move near downtown areas to be close to work and home, particularly among today’s younger generation.

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On Center Software Sensera Systems
CMiC UDA Technologies
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Explorer Software Inc. Oman Systems

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Construction Markets Rethinking Health Care Construction
Workforce Look Inward to Solve the Management Shortage
Technology Mitigate Risk by Managing Information
Risk Don't Wait Until It's Too Late to Understand Protective E&O Policies
Legal LEED Liability: Construction Contract Concerns for Green Building Projects
Sustainability DPR Uses Its Office As a Sustainable Example for Clients
Community Outreach Paving It Forward
Viewpoints Why do you want to work in the construction industry?
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