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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's June Issue Is Now Available

Strong Prospects
Colleges Are Retooling Their Construction Programs to Suit Today's Students and Employers

What happens when 20 million people are expected to move to Texas in the next 30 years? Local contractors and college construction programs get busy.

Already last year, 20,000 homes were built in the greater Austin area to accommodate the anticipated population influx, which is estimated to require the construction of 50 percent more residential units than the current stock.

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Back in Session
New Era of K-12 Construction Requires Contractors to Excel at Meeting Tight Schedules by Working Efficiently

After years of stagnation, construction of K-12 schools is finally ramping back up in many districts across the country. In fact, institutional construction is expected to increase 10 percent this year to $118.5 billion, according to Dodge Data and Analytics’ 2017 Dodge Construction Outlook. This number largely is driven by the education sector, which comprises more than 40 percent of the institutional market.

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Construction Law

• Executive Insights
• What Merit Shop Contractors Should Expect From the Trump Administration
• Before Employees Leave, Protect Your Assets
• Farewell John Hancock: The Emerging Use of Digital Signatures
• Decision Opens the Door to Joint Employer Liability for Contractors
• 2017 Directory of Construction Law Firms

2017 Schools of Construction Directory

Our 2017 Schools of Construction Special Issue and Directory is a comprehensive source guide to hundreds of colleges and universities offering curriculum for architecture, engineering, construction management and more for new and returning students.

Also in This Issue

Washington Update The Power of the Congressional Review Act
Economic Outlook How Millennials Have Shaped the Construction Industry—for Better and for Worse
Equipment Prepare for Changes to Aerial Work Platform Regulations
Safety Staying SHARP on Safety
Sustainability BREEAM Breaks Into the U.S. Market
Community Outreach Celebrating 30 Years With 30 Acts of Kindness
Viewpoints What are your best time management tips?
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