Webcast: Economic outlook for U.S. construction industry

Look at the impact of the recession on the U.S. construction industry with key analysis from leading industry experts.

01/08/2009


Don’t miss this complimentary webcast on Jan. 27, 2009, at 2 p.m. EST for an insider’s look at the impact of the recession on the U.S. construction industry with key analysis from leading industry experts.

Presented by Reed Construction Data and AGC of America, the webcast titled, “Have We Hit Bottom?” will deliver current trends and a forecast of residential and nonresidential construction activity to help you guide your business in an uncertain economy.

Speakers include Jim Haughey, chief economist, Reed Construction Data; and Ken Simonson, chief economist, AGC of America, two of the most respected economists in the construction industry.





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