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Women in the Construction Industry

More women are in the construction industry than ever, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.   The construction industry hasn’t had it easy. Not only have there been supply chain strains, but the industry also lacks qualified workers. However, while the supply chain strains are a recent, COVID-19-related issue, the industry has struggled

Environmental regulations in construction 2022 —...

Read the original article by clicking here.   Building regulations are crucial drivers for change. Over the last decade, regulatory compliance was concentrated on LED bulbs, energy-efficient ventilation and insulated buildings. Today, the focus is shifting more and more towards material selection and upfront carbon. Designing with operational carbon in mind is obviously helpful, yet

Nonresidential Construction Spending to Increase T...

Read the original article by clicking here.   AIA projects spending on buildings to increase just over nine percent this year. Construction spending on buildings is projected to increase just over nine percent this year and another six percent in 2023, according to a new report from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). While the

Building Construction to Continue Strong Through 2...

Read the original article by clicking here.   Construction spending on buildings is projected to increase just over 9 percent this year and another 6 percent in 2023, according to the mid-year update of the American Institute of Architect’s AIA Consensus Construction Forecast. Posted Michael Roth Construction spending on buildings is projected to increase just

RESEARCHERS CONCUR: 2023 WILL BRING CONSTRUCTION C...

Read the original article by clicking here.   Construction consultant Linesight released new data showing that stability may be returning to the cost of construction materials in the U.S., even as IHS Markit’s Engineering and Construction Cost Index forecast a slowing rate of construction-input inflation in the coming six months. Construction inflation has a lot of momentum

Trends Shaping The Building Materials Industry Out...

Read the original article by clicking here.   COVID-19 impact on building material supply chains 30% of building materials are produced in China, and stone and glass are made in Italy. Both countries were hard hit in the first quarter. Construction companies have reported shortages throughout the pandemic, and home buying has declined worldwide. Consumers

2022 U.S. Construction Cost Trends

Read the original article by clicking here.   Executive Summary A confluence of events—including soaring construction demand, inflation, pandemic-related restrictions, supply chain disruptions, labor shortages and the war in Ukraine—are spurring rising costs and uncertainty across the construction industry. CBRE’s new Construction Cost Index forecasts a 14.1% year-over-year increase in construction costs by year-end 2022

11 Construction Industry Trends to Watch (2022-202...

Read the original article by clicking here.    According to McKinsey, construction is the largest industry in the world. And it makes up about 13% of global GDP. But it is also one of the slowest growing. However, new construction technologies are looking to speed up the rate of change. Read on to learn about some

Why Is There a Building Material Shortage?

It’s no secret that the pandemic has taken its toll on a lot of industries, slowing them down. So far, the construction industry seems to have gone the other way. Where others have struggled with huge losses and massively disrupted supply chains, the construction market seems to follow an upward trend, mainly due to the

All About the Cement Shortage

Written by Morgan Kaenzig de Denus, AMAST Content Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, shortages have been a common occurrence. Today, many parts of the U.S. are facing a shortage of cement and concrete. Concrete is the most common construction material due to its versatility, strength, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Each year, the world uses

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