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Top 5 Construction Trends of 2022

If you're wondering what's going to happen in the construction industry this year, you're not alone. The sheer unpredictability of the industry as a whole invites conjecture so that contractors can more easily stay on top of what's coming down the road so that they can more successfully operate their businesses. In this post, we'll discuss the top five construction trends in 2022, giving you the low down on what to expect this year and into the future.
10 June, 2022
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Trends in Home Design that Homeowners Want

Home design trends changed a lot during the COVID-19 pandemic. Spending time indoors and at home changed the perspective of many homeowners and home buyers, especially as the pandemic dragged out over the course of 2 years.
08 March, 2022
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Top 7 construction trends making an impact on your customer in 2022

The past two years have shown the need for flexibility and out-of-the-box thinking in most areas of our lives, construction industry included. As we dive deeper into 2022 and beyond, staying on top of what trends matter to your customers, and by default, will impact how you do business, will become increasingly important.  
03 March, 2022
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New building materials reconditioning the construction industry

One year later, the construction industry emerges with new growth strategies responding to ongoing struggles of securing qualified trades prepared to meet industry demands in a competitive and regulated market. Cost concerns remain a primary consideration for the construction as industry efficiency standards present challenges to balancing the project's budget.
11 August, 2021
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Will Work from Home Continue Post-COVID?

The COVID-19 crisis has hammered the hospitality industry. But as more and more Americans get vaccinated, there is “light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.” But what is the post-COVID era going to look like for the hospitality industry? There is pent-up demand in the vacation and personal travel sector. That sector may be the first portion of the hospitality market to rebound.
11 August, 2021
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Hospitality Trends Post-COVID

The hospitality industry and its employees have suffered substantial losses during the COVID pandemic. Most likely, it will be 18+ months before hoteliers return to 2019 occupancy and revenue levels. Yet, there is reason to believe that the hospitality industry has begun its ascent back to profitability. Hotel owners are now rethinking their marketing and sales plans as we begin to see merging hospitality trends for 2021. What can we expect?
08 July, 2021
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Healthy Buildings: A Primary Way to Combat Illness

The past year of pandemic, with its widespread "stay at home" orders, focused public concern on air quality, toxicity, cleaning agents and sterilization methods. This is especially true for hotels, restaurants, transportation industries and various others that serve large crowds. Particularly hard hit since March 2020 are service providers that deal in face-to-face situations.
08 July, 2021
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Industry leaders, partnering and new construction developments

The past year has been challenging, yet industry leaders are optimistic about 2021 and the construction industry's future. Today there's a stronger sense of confidence within the industry as companies take steps to build stronger relationships with project teams and reliable industry resources while developing healthier environments and profitable bottom-lines.
28 June, 2021
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Material Shortages and Higher Costs Have Slowed Down New Home Sales in 2021

New home sales took an unexpected hit in the month of February in spite of increasing demand for single-family homes, dropping 18.2% from January's numbers. Nevertheless, industry experts say they aren't concerned about the housing market's long-term fundamentals and have attributed this dip in sales to short-term factors such as rising lumber costs and material shortages. In this article, we'll take a detailed look at the factors that have attributed to this recent drop in new home sales as well as discuss the housing market's outlook for 2021.
28 June, 2021
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