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Event:After the Fall: When and Where Construction Will Rebound
From:CMD
When:2:00 p.m. EDT 10 21, 2010
Where:Online (Webinar)
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Although the calendar says summer officially lasts until September 23, design and construction industries have felt the effects of a 2-year-long fall. Some segments and regions appear ready to spring ahead, while others possibly face a long, cold winter. Register now to hear what three leading economic forecasters have to say about the climate for your business.
Join us on October 21, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. EDT for the last live webcast of 2010:
  After the Fall: When and Where Construction Will Rebound
Economic experts from Reed Construction Data, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and the American Institute of Architects will examine market conditions and detail the construction outlook for upcoming months into 2011.
The complimentary webinar is open to everyone and will broadcast live. Registration is required. Speakers Jim Haughey, Ken Simonson and Kermit Baker will accept questions from the audience in the last half hour.


SPEAKERS
Ken Simonson
Chief Economist, AGC of America
Ken Simonson has more than 35 years of experience analyzing, advocating and communicating about economic and tax issues. He is interviewed and quoted almost daily by local and national media, including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and CNBC. Ken has a BA in economics from the University of Chicago and an MA in economics from Northwestern University.
Kermit Baker
Chief Economist, AIA
Kermit Baker is the Chief Economist for the American Institute of Architects in Washington, D.C. In this capacity, he analyzes business and construction trends in the U.S. economy and examines their impact on AIA members and the architectural profession. Kermit originated the AIA Architecture Billings Index, as well as the AIA Consensus Construction Forecast Panel. He received his Master's degree in Urban Planning from Harvard University and holds a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the same field. In 2002, Kermit was named honorary member of the AIA.
Jim Haughey
Chief Economist, Reed Construction Data
Jim Haughey has over 30 years experience as a business economist, including 20 plus years of construction industry research and analysis. He has worked in government, corporate and consulting roles and has taught at the University of Michigan, Ohio University, Michigan State University and the University of Massachusetts. Jim holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan.
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