Where is Construction Heading?
NORCROSS, GA (Oct. 4, 2011) -- On October 13, 2011 at 2p.m. (EDT), expert economists from Reed Construction Data (www.reedconstructiondata.com/), the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America (www.agc.org/) and the American Institute of Architects (www.aia.org/) join forces to host “Flat, Down or Up: Where is Construction Heading” – a webcast examining the current market conditions and detail of the construction outlook for 2012.
The webcast will follow the nation’s leading construction chief economists, Bernard Markstein, Ken Simonson and Kermit Baker as they discuss and analyze:
- Will construction go into a tailspin, or can the industry pull up?
- Which segments and regions are most vulnerable?
- Which have the best prospects?
- Will the economic slowdown arrest the run-up in materials costs, or are prices heading higher?
The webcast will be broadcast live starting at 2 p.m. (EDT) and will be archived for later viewing. Registration is complimentary for all participants; pre-registration is required. The moderator will accept questions during the presentation from the internet audience. Registrants may also receive 1.5 AIA CEU credits for attending this webcast.
For more information or to reserve your space at the Oct. 13th webcast, please register at: http://events.unisfair.com/rt/rcd~oct13
About The AGC of America
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the largest and oldest national construction trade association in the United States. AGC represents more than 33,500 firms, including 7,000 of America’s leading general contractors and over 13,000 specialty-contracting firms. Nearly 13,500 service providers and suppliers are associated with AGC through a nationwide network of chapters. Visit the AGC Web site at www.agc.org.
About The American Institute of Architects
For over 150 years, members of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) have worked with each other and their communities to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings and cityscapes. AIA members have access to the right people, knowledge, and tools to create better design, and through such resources and access, they help clients and communities make their visions real. Visit www.aia.org
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