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Economic Forecast Webinar to Be Held May 3
A Construction Recovery at Last – But How Long and How Strong?
The construction industry is finally showing signs of sustained growth in multiple regions and market segments, but the recovery remains fragmentary and tentative. Top economists from the Associated General Contractors of America, Reed Construction Data and the American Insitute of Architects will provide predictions about the possibilities in a complimetnary webinar to be held May 3, 2012, from 2-3:30 p.m. ET.
Featuring economic experts, Bernard Markstein (Reed Construction Data) , Ken Simonson (AGC) and Kermit Baker (AIA), this webinar will provide a detailed analysis of likely future activity within the various construction sectors.
Join them to hear their views for the 2012 season:
The complimentary webcast is open to everyone. Registration is required. Speakers will accept questions from the audience in the last half hour. Registrants are eligible to receive 1.5 AIA CEU credits.
Will the current recovery gain strength or will it simply stall?
Can the strength extend to additional geographic areas?
Which segments and regions are still vulnerable?
What global or domestic economic developments could derail the recovery?
What will happen with materials costs?
Click here to register.
Article Date: 2012-04-23
Source: Associated General Contractors of America, American Institute of Architects and Reed Construction Data
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