Aconex forecasts 39% growth

Extranet Evolution

Aconex is forecasting 2017 year-end revenues in the range of Au$172 to Au$180 million and EBITDA in the range of Au$22 to Au$25 million, excluding acquisition costs.

2017 Plumbing Forecast

Constructor 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

ULI Forecast For CRE: Strength And Growth Through 2017

Business Facilities Blog

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.

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Check Out Part 2 of our 2015 Construction Forecasts

ProCore

construction technology construction forecast A positive shift in the economy has brought a great deal of optimism for the construction industry in 2015 – although some sectors are predicted to do better than others.

2017 Construction Forecast: A Post-Election Update

What's on tap for construction's economic fortunes in 2017

Data center market forecast: Clearly cloudy

BD+C

The cloud is coming of age. Fortune 500 companies like Coca-Cola and General Mills that once exclusively managed their own data centers are starting to migrate to the cloud. They’ve found that outsourcing vital IT infrastructure can be a reliable, cost-effective strategy

CMD/Oxford Economic Forecast: 2015 Construction Starts

ProCore

According to a CMD/Oxford Economics Q4 forecast, the total construction starts will remain at 6.8% construction forecast construction predictions residential constructionLittle has changed in the past 3 months for the economic future of the construction industry.

2016 Midyear Collaborative Construction Economic Forecast

Construction Equipment

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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.

What the Latest Rental Forecast Means to Your Business

Construction Business Owner

The latest quarterly update to the 5-year forecast for equipment rental industry revenues released by the American Rental Association (ARA) continues to call for steady gains through 2021.

2017 Forecast: A Weak Recovery Will Gain Strength

ENR Construction

The ink barely had dried on this year’s batch of construction market forecasts when economists had to take a second look at their numbers to evaluate the impact of Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, which brought with it a Republican-controlled Senate and House

16 design trends from Gensler’s 2017 Design Forecast

BD+C

Gensler’s 2017 Design Forecast deals with this concept and how the firm is implementing design strategies to create functional spaces for the future

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The U.S. Construction Industry Forecast for 2016

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.

Sherwin-Williams color forecast identifies 40 hot colors for 2017

BD+C

A team of design and color experts developed colormix 2017: The Sherwin-Williams Color Forecast based on extensive research and insights into global trends. Sherwin-Williams has released four new color palettes.

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.

Construction Starts Forecasted to Increase 6% in 2013

ENR Construction

Construction starts forecasted to increase 6% in 2013. Economics

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!

Forecast: California Commercial Real Estate Expected To Slow

ENR Construction

2015 Equipment Rental Industry Forecast to Grow 8.1%

Construction Equipment

The American Rental Association (ARA), through its ARA Rental Market Monitor subscription service, forecasts equipment rental industry total revenue growth of 8.1 Construction/industrial rental revenue is now forecast to increase 8.5

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

2016 Insurance Market Forecast

Construction Business Owner

Like many businesses, the insurance industry is cyclical in nature. The insurance cycle is important to business owners because it directly impacts insurance premiums.

2015 Forecast: Recovery Turns From Tentative to Solid

ENR Construction

Dodge forecasts a 9% increase in construction starts next year. Business Management

2017 Hydronics forecast

Constructor 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

AIA consensus forecast sees construction spending on rise through next year

BD+C

That’s the viewpoint of the American Institute of Architects’ semiannual Consensus Construction Forecast Panel, which expects building construction spending to increase by just under 6%, its growth rate through the first half of the year, through 2017.

Moderating economic growth triggers construction forecast downgrade for 2017 and 2018

BD+C

The AIA Consensus Construction Forecast projects annual growth in the 3.5 percent to 4.0 percent range for the remainder of 2017 as well as for 2018, with a slower growing commercial/industrial market, and an institutional sector facing several challenges.

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Dept. of Energy forecasts big jump in LED use, resulting energy savings

BD+C

Department of Energy’s latest “ Energy Savings Forecast of Solid-State Lighting in General Illumination Applications ” report predicts that LED lighting sales will grow rapidly through the remainder of the decade and beyond The U.S.

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Southwest Region Construction Growing and Varied

ProCore

construction forecast construction newsWith improvements in the labor market and an upswing in general contractor revenue, the economy in the southwest region is growing again, according to reports from the Engineering News Record. Nevada’s labor market grew 3.4%

Dodge Forecasts 9% Rise in Construction Starts in 2015

ENR Construction

After steady growth in 2014, the construction industry could see a strong uptick in construction starts in 2015, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. Business Management

Equipment Forecast: Fleets To Add Capacity in 2015

ENR Construction

Most construction equipment categories are set to grow next year, with a few exceptions. Equipment

ELFA forecasts the Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2016

Construction Equipment

"Equipment acquisition is critical in driving the supply chains across all U.S. manufacturing and service sectors. Equipment leasing and financing provide the source of funding for a majority of U.S. businesses to acquire the productive assets they need to operate and grow," says Petta

Oil & Gas Dominates Texas & Louisiana Construction

ProCore

construction forecast oil and gas industry texas constructionConstruction in Texas and Louisiana includes all the typical sectors, but with today’s low cost natural gas, it’s the petrochemical sector that sets it off from other regions.

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CONSTRUCTION GIANTS: Economists forecast moderation for nonresidential projects

BD+C

A bruising presidential election and a tightening labor market are prompting reservations about future spending for nonresidential building, even as the construction industry’s performance has staved off most gloom-and-doom scenarios. Total spending for nonresidential building was up nearly 11%, to $103.3 billion, in the first quarter. The Census Bureau estimated that the value of nonresidential building put in place rose 3.1% in April compared to April 2015, to an annualized $461.8

Nonresidential building activity on the rise for 2015: AIA Forecast

BD+C

Washington, D.C. read more. Architects Building Owner Contractors Designers Engineers Facility Managers

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Tech Hiring Could Be A Challenge For Second Half Of 2017

Business Facilities Blog

California Featured New York Office, IT & Call Centers Surveys & Research Texas Utah Workforce Development Employment Expansion hiring forecast Hiring Trends infographic IT recruiting Robert Half Site Selection TechnologyNew report shows tech leaders plan to increase hiring, but business expansion is making it harder to hire IT talent. Read: Tech Hiring Could Be A Challenge For Second Half Of 2017.

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Global Economic Expansion Outlook Hits 10-Year High

Business Facilities Blog

finance executives lead expectations for “substantial” economic expansion; North America leads forecast for anticipated hiring, according to American Express survey. Development Indicators Featured International Surveys & Research Workforce Development American Express business outlook economic forecast Economy Employment Expansion Hiring Trends Institutional Investor Thought Leadership Studio Site Selection Survey

ARTBA Forecasts Modest 2015 Growth for Transportation Construction Market

Construction Equipment

billion in 2015, according to a forecast released by American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Chief Economist Dr. Alison Premo Black. The U.S. transportation construction market will grow 3.1 percent from $185.9 billion in 2014 to $191.7

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U.S. Macro Forecast: Look Through The Snow At The Fundamentals

Buisness Facilities Contributed Content

Macro Forecast, Look Through the Snow at the Fundamentals. Macro Forecast: Look Through The Snow At The Fundamentals appeared first on Business Facilities. This contributed column is sponsored by Business Facilities LiveXchange. Posted by Heidi Schwartz.

McGraw-Hill Forecasts 6% Construction Increase in 2013

ENR Construction

MHC expects 2013 construction starts' volume to hit $483.7 billion, as strength in housing and private nonresidential outweigh weakness in institutional buildings and public works. Business Management

ARA Forecasts US Rental Revenue To Exceed $57B in 2020

ENR Construction

ARA’s five-year forecast predicts that U.S. In a sign that the trend toward equipment renting is not slowing down, the American Rental Association says the rental industry can expect a compound annual growth rate of 4.9% over the next few years.