Forbes just published “15 Surprising Real Estate Trends Impacting 2018” – and it’s eye-opening.
For example, have you thought about the hidden opportunities in converting unused malls or the importance of real-time management of your online presence? There are many helpful nuggets in this article.
Warehouses, warehouses, warehouses. We keep talking about them, because everybody needs them in this Amazon-inspired, on-demand world.
And this HUGE Amazon warehouse project in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is testament to just how big the trend is – and how much opportunity is out there.
Everyone talks about millennials. But here’s something you haven’t heard. Some construction experts see millennials as uniquely suited for the future of the industry, and they’re doing all they can do to prepare them to lead.
Consulting firm Fails Management Institute (FMI) just came out with new research that says nearly half of U.S. construction projects will use the design-build method (rather than design-bid-build) by 2021. Take a deeper look at the trend here.
Pop quiz: How many years of continual growth has the construction industry enjoyed? Answer: 10.
It sure has been a great ride, but how long will it last? According to ENR.com, despite the challenges of rising materials prices and staff shortages, it’s all systems go… at least for a year or two. Read the full report.
Clear Span Structures is pleased to welcome Anthony Daniello to our team as General Superintendent!
“Frenzy” is not usually a word associated with construction, but that’s exactly how this article describes what’s happening with new factory buildings popping up across the U.S. Why now?
More importantly, how can you cash in on all the new work? Get the lowdown – before the frenzy fizzles.
Clear Span Structures is proud to be the builder of choice for this new 5-story, 100,000 SF self-storage facility in Margate, Florida
Today’s B2B shopper does a lot of due diligence – digitally. Only when they feel fully informed will they reach out offline to close the deal.
What can you do with these insights? According to thinkwithgoogle.com, you should do these three things: 1. Work toward a single, company-wide goal. 2. Test, learn, and iterate. 3. Regularly revisit data to inform decision making.
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