Population Forecasting for Water Supply System

The Constructor

Population forecasting is defined as the method of determining the expected population for a particular design period of a water supply system with.

Clear the Data Lens: Improve Organizational Visibility with Construction Project Forecasting and WIP Reporting

Viewpoint Construction Technology

In just 15 minutes, you’ll learn how greater visibility and profitability can be achieved with a construction project forecasting tool. Construction Best Practices

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In its latest design forecast, Gensler emphasizes the human touch

BD+C

Design that “puts people back at the center” is now the driving force behind resilient, livable cities, according to Gensler’s just-released 2018 Design Forecast, “Shaping the Future of Cities

How Cash Flow Forecasts Help Contractors

Contractor Bookkeeping

Cash flow forecasting is an incredibly valuable tool that helps you anticipate cash flow issues, plan for days when your cash flow is limited, and show the bank that you are prepared. Managing cash flow is a vital part of running a successful construction business.

2017 Plumbing Forecast

Contractor Magazine

Despite all these changes and challenges, there is a positive plumbing forecast for the New Year — the plumbing industry will continue to grow. Politics aside … industry will continue to grow while facing some challenges. read more. Plumbing Registered User

ARA Forecasts 2021 Rental, Const. Revenue

Construction Equipment

The American Rental Association (ARA) is forecasting a 13 percent decline in equipment and event rental revenue this year compared to 2019, dropping to $48.7 Construction and industrial rental revenue also is forecast to finish 2020 with a significant hit in revenue

Accurate Data = Accurate Forecasting

Construction Business Owner

A comparison of the predictive cost and traditional forecast models for construction businesses

2020 Annual Report & Forecast

Construction Equipment

Rod Sutton, editorial director of Construction Equipment, discusses findings from the 2020 Annual Report & Forecast, produced in partnership with Case Construction Equipment

2021 Construction Forecast: A Slow Road to Recovery

ENR Construction

Single-family housing and warehouse construction have endured through the economic downturn amid the COVID-19 crisis, but recovery in other sectors will take time, forecasters say

2021 won’t be a growth year for construction spending, says latest JLL forecast

BD+C

Last year’s boon in single-family housing construction will have an impact on the availability and cost of building materials for nonresidential construction in 2021, which is expected to be a year of “decreasing work volume,” according to JLL’s latest Construction Forecast being released today

Cash Flow Forecasting Solution

Carol Hagen

For those of you that do forecasting, I’ve noticed that Microsoft Excel is popular. Do we roll over data to forecast the next 6 months with a mouse click or spend 30+ minutes performing cut & pastes? It’s not unusual for a CFO, controller or outside consultant to develop a company’s sales forecast from a marketing plan developed in an Excel™ spreadsheet, then drop the numbers into the company’s forecast.

ABC’s 2020 Construction Economic Forecast: Momentum Persists, Despite Uncertainties

Construction Superintendent Magazine

Associated Builders and Contractors’ Chief Economist Anirban Basu forecasts continued momentum for the construction sector next year but advised an overall “wait-and-see” approach based on leading and lagging indicators and economic uncertainties. The post ABC’s 2020 Construction Economic Forecast: Momentum Persists, Despite Uncertainties appeared first on Construction Superintendent. Economic News 2020 construction economic forecast ABC Construction Backlog Indicator webinar

ULI Forecast For CRE: Strength And Growth Through 2017

Business Facilities

The latest Urban Land Institute Forecast for the real estate economy sees three years of continued strength, with the industry set for sustainable growth in 2015 through 2017. ULI Forecast For CRE: Strength And Growth Through 2017 appeared first on Business Facilities (BF) Magazine. Archives Articles By Topic Contributed Columns Executive Analysis Featured Post Online Features corporate real estate CRE Forecasts ULI Urban Land InstituteBusiness Facilities (BF) Magazine.

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2019 Annual Report & Forecast

Construction Equipment

Last year brought bold moves that bolstered nearly every realm of the construction industry. Tax cuts and reduced regulations buoyed the stock market, and many construction firms geared up for a continuation of the growth seen during 2017. Then came the tariffs tiff, igniting a trade war affecting

2021 Forecast: A Slow Road to Recovery

ENR Construction

Single-family housing and warehouse construction have endured through the economic downturn amid the COVID-19 crisis, but recovery in other sectors will take time, forecasters say

How Trade Partnerships & Talent Development Will Change Your Employment Forecast

Construction Business Owner

How Trade Partnerships & Talent Development Will Change Your Employment Forecast. Elizabeth Manning. Mon, 03/02/2020 - 17:04. Your guide to using trade relationships and collaborations and employee development to ensure your company's future growth and talent

estimate and forecasting

The Constructor

Read More at estimate and forecasting The ConstructorHow i can prepare a estimate of home construction? Also cost of materials forcast??

Top Owners Sourcebook: Data Center Construction Forecast to Grow

ENR Construction

Data center construction forecast to continue to rise

After a Rocky Year, PCA Forecasts Slight Growth in Cement Demand in 2021

ENR Construction

construction market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was significant, but has not fully disrupted what had been an active market, according to new economic forecast data from the Portland Cement Association The disruptions to the U.S.

2021 construction forecast: Nonresidential building spending will drop 5.7%, bounce back in 2022

BD+C

decline in construction spending for 2021, according to a new consensus forecast from The American Institute of Architects (AIA Slowing demand at architecture firms last year is expected to contribute to a projected 5.7%

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Construction Sector Forecast 2013 – 2013

Building Information Management

AIA Consensus Forecast. Commercial construction spending for buildings is forecast to rise by by 5.0 Forecasts Construction Forecast 2013 2014 budgetpercent in 2013 and by 7.2 percent in 2014. Institutional construction, however, is expected to lag behind. The federal government’s budget uncertainty has already impacted construction spending.

Construction Sector Forecast 2013 – 2013

Building Information Management

AIA Consensus Forecast. Commercial construction spending for buildings is forecast to rise by by 5.0 Forecasts Construction Forecast 2013 2014 budgetpercent in 2013 and by 7.2 percent in 2014. Institutional construction, however, is expected to lag behind. The federal government’s budget uncertainty has already impacted construction spending.

AIA 2019 Consensus Forecast: Nonresidential construction spending to rise 4.4%

BD+C

through 2019, according to a new consensus forecast from The American Institute of Architects (AIA Nonresidential construction spending on buildings is projected to grow by 4.4%

John Burns Forecasts Apartment Rent Trends Across the U.S.

Pro Builder

John Burns Forecasts Apartment Rent Trends Across the U.S. John Burns broke down its apartment forecasts into four categories: Boomburbs, Braintowns, Downtowns, and Dependables. cbroderick. Mon, 02/08/2021 - 09:23.

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3 cash flow forecasting tips for your next big construction project

Viewpoint Construction Technology

Considering these complexities, it’s easy to understand why, throughout the life of a project, a variety of things can change — directly impacting the original cash flow forecast. But when underlying project revenue and cost forecasts are inaccurate, even the largest company can tap out its cash reserves, resulting in a failure to meet payroll payments, supplier payments, subcontractor commitments and service payment obligations. Create Rolling Enterprise Cash Flow Forecasts.

FORECASTING CONSTRUCTION DURATION

The Constructor

Forecasting construction duration in a project can be achieved by many means and depends on the stage of construction planning. Forecasting. Construction Management Construction Others

Global Construction Forecast / Outlook

Job Order Contracting

Global Construction Forecast / Outlook. The post Global Construction Forecast / Outlook appeared first on 4BT China, the Unite States, and India , are projected to lead construction growth, accounting for approximately 60% of increases. Within this group, the United States is expected to shortly outpace China and growth in India will outpace China due to explosive population growth. Average global construction growth is pegged at 4.0% over the next decade.

Unique Contractor's Financial Forecasting Tool Actually Works

Contractor Bookkeeping

A simple financial forecasting tool that links to your Contractors QuickBooks file, does most of the work for you and it's. Plan Your Work Then Work Your Plan - Who Has Time To Plan? Easy To Say And Harder Than Jumping The Grand Canyon In Two Leaps! Do you know of a contracting company that runs smoother than yours? They have the same challenges you do: Getting enough qualified leads to bid on and winning enough of them at a price that is profitable.

Construction Industry’s 2019 Economic Forecast Debuts at Dodge Data & Analytics 80th Annual Outlook Executive Conference

Construction Superintendent Magazine

The annual Dodge Outlook Conference is the cornerstone event for building product manufacturers, construction service providers, contractors, engineers, industry associations and other professionals serving the construction industry to gain critical insights into the economic forecast for the North American construction industry. The forecast, presented by Dodge Chief Economist Robert Murray, also offers critical data for members of the media covering economic and sector-based trends.

Commercial Sector Boosts Construction Forecast

Construction Equipment

Commercial construction is up and institutional construction is down, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Consensus Construction Forecast. The Memphis Business Journal reports that despite adverse weather conditions that slowed construction in the first quarter, the overall construction market is performing well to date, with total spending on commercial building increasing more than 7 percent for the year

$9.4B For 'Innovative' Health Care Construction Forecasted for New York City

ENR Construction

billion using innovative practices, according to a New York Building Congress forecast in a July 20 report From 2020 through 2023, total construction spending will increase by 38% over the prior 4-year period to $9.4

U.S. Construction Industry Forecast

Construction Business Owner

The United States construction industry is viewed as a key indicator of the strength of the American economy, consumer confidence and unemployment trends. As the unemployment rate declines, investment in both residential and commercial U.S. construction tends to increase, signaling improved consumer confidence and the spending that accompanies that confidence

2018 ARTBA Transportation Construction Forecast: Modest

Construction Equipment

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) has released its economic forecast for 2018 and says the U.S. transportation infrastructure market is anticipated to rebound slightly next year, following a 2.8 percent drop in 2017

2017 Hydronics forecast

Contractor Magazine

‘New Hope’ or ‘Rogue One’? Positive signs can be attributed to hydronics’ niche market for 2017, as economic indicators seem favorable to start the year. read more. Hydronics Registered User

New National, State Construction Hiring and Business Forecasts to be Released During Media Call

Construction Superintendent Magazine

21, the Associated General Contractors of America and Sage will release their national and state* construction hiring and business forecasts for 2017 during a media conference call at 800-874-4559 (Canadian: 800-696-0876) (verbal pass code TURM25524). The forecasts, which are based on a comprehensive survey of construction firms nationwide, will include predictions of the scope of construction hiring, layoffs and labor market conditions. At 1 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Dec.

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Weather App Forecasts Down to GPS Spot

Construction Equipment

AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions offers hyper-local forecast and severe-weather warnings that minimize job-site disruptions and maximize efficiency and safety. AccuWeather services enable job sites to: Quickly enact appropriate safety procedures to shelter employees and trigger an orderly shutdown

Trucking Companies Cut Profit Forecasts

Construction Equipment

The trucking industry is preparing for a downturn in demand, reports The Wall Street Journal. Trucking demand spiked earlier this year due to inventory stockpiling in the second quarter as West Coast ports caught up with backlogs of imports that accumulated during a labor dispute. However, retailers and manufacturers are cutting down part of that buildup to avoid over-ordering, which will result in decreased demand, according to WSJ

How Construction Forecasting Software Can Benefit Your Company and Power Your Growth

Viewpoint Construction Technology

Why contractors are increasingly turning to leading-edge construction management software to harness data and intelligence for future growth

The decade ahead: Forecast for design in 2020 and beyond

BD+C

As the oldest continually operating architecture and engineering firm in the country, SmithGroup has seen many changes in the world of design.

Micro Forecasting Taps Into the Weather Internet of Things

ENR Construction

An advanced weather service recently taken up by airlines and other industries that need hyper-accurate forecasting is making inroads into construction, and early-adopting roofing companies already are beginning to rely on its granular forecasts and alerts