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5 steps to proactively prepare your construction project to get back online after the COVID-19 crisis

Large swathes of the U.S. population are under unprecedented shelter-in-place orders, which exempt only “essential” or “life-sustaining” workers. Some jurisdictions define construction as an essential activity, at least for now. In other jurisdictions construction activity is stopped unless it’s related to healthcare or another specific critical sector. With no choice

5 trends that will shape sustainability and business in 2020

As a world in climate crisis enters a new decade, Eco-Business highlights five major trends that will shape society and business in the coming year.   In 2019, environmental disasters and social upheaval held a mirror to humanity’s inability to safeguard both environment and people, leading many to question if

4 bad planning habits to kick in 2020

After being on the road a lot through 2019 presenting at planning conferences and talking to hundreds of industry practitioners, I have come to a simple realization: we have accepted and implemented some poor planning habits in our industry that prevent us from producing accurate and achievable plans, faster.  

2020 could see construction growth throttled by costs, labor and bearish owners

Next year could be a pivotal one for commercial construction, according to two of the industry’s top economists. The question is, though, which way will it pivot?   While there are several bright spots in the U.S. economy, including low interest rates, high consumer confidence and a pickup in residential

‘New Living Standard’ Seeks to Connect Buildings, People

The U.S. Green Building Council’s annual exhibition and conference arrives in Atlanta this month with a greater emphasis on indoor air quality and international well-being.   Architectural, engineering and construction professionals looking for the latest in sustainable building products and ideas will converge on Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center Nov.

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