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Economy & Employment

The 5 Contech Trends That Will Power Jobsites in 2022

From data usage to 3D printing, construction technology is poised to blast off this year. The construction industry had a challenging but positive year in 2021, and the growth of construction technology has been one of the bright spots. With the pandemic

These 10 new Detroit projects are coming in 2022

Coronavirus variants are still surging across the state and nation, although in contrast to the early months of the pandemic nearly two years ago, construction activity in Detroit is not at a full stop and multiple projects are moving forward. Below are 10

2021 Year in Review

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Contractors Find New Ways to Cope With Elevated Lumber Prices

Although material price fluctuations have wreaked havoc on construction, labor has become the dominant source in driving costs, experts say. U.S. commercial and residential builders breathed a sigh of relief last month when softwood lumber prices dropped more

Steel & Lumber Prices Raise Costs but Don’t Dent Robust Construction Pipeline

High demand and limited supply have led to dramatic increases in domestic steel and lumber prices this year, significantly increasing the cost of commercial real estate development. By early May, both steel and lumber prices had more than tripled since late

Retail Stores Growing As Global Cannabis Sales Are Projected To Exceed $55 Billion by 2026

PALM BEACH, Fla., May 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Retail cannabis sales in North America soared in 2020. The pandemic has virtually destroyed many businesses, big and small, over the last year, but there is a retail business that has flourished IN and

Six Trends Driving the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry

In order to minimize change orders, increase efficiency, improve their return on investment and enhance the quality of their projects, infrastructure engineers and designers have turned to several new trends and technologies.  Digital twins, for example, are

Can’t tell the difference between Detroit’s new apartment buildings? Here’s why

For the first time in a while, Detroit is seeing a lot of new construction instead of rehabs or demolition. But in many cases, these buildings tend to look fairly similar. Whether among Corktown’s turn-of-the-century Victorian homes, nestled between the