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Inflation, material delays, labor issues: Pros face a trifecta of pricing woes

March 7th, 2022|East, News|

March 4, 2022 By Chris Barnett When Providence, Rhode Island, architect David DeQuattro bids on a new office building project, he's rolling the dice. But it's a crapshoot in any c [...]

Cumming Group Doubles Down in Washington D.C., Brings Over New Leadership in Strategic Move to Drive Growth

February 14th, 2022|East, News|

Cumming, an international construction consultancy, announced that it has appointed tenured industry professional, Steven Griffiths, to run its growing Washington D.C. office. With double-digit growth expected in his first year, Griffiths is relocating from Cumming’s budding London office and will be tasked with overall client and team member responsibilities as well as overseeing all project phases from construction concept to final fit-out.

As Infrastructure Money Pours In, Construction Companies Prepare To Deal With Unintended Consequences

January 26th, 2022|News|

Dees Stribling January 26, 2022 The $1.2T infrastructure bill has been lauded as a tonic for the crumbling state of U.S. infrastructure, but new funds might come with new problems [...]

President Biden’s First Year In Office For CRE: Infrastructure, But Not Much Else

January 20th, 2022|News|

Matthew Rothstein January 20, 2022 As President Joe Biden marks one year in office, his administration has changed surprisingly little for commercial real estate, with one notable [...]

Dfw Brokers, Developers and Contractors Believe Commercial Real Estate Is Poised for Another Strong Year

January 18th, 2022|News, West|

By Jim Molis January 18, 2022 It may be a new year, but the Dallas-Fort Worth commercial real estate market probably won’t change much. Brokers, developers and contractors expect [...]

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