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GS3 - Back to the Future Part II 
June 11, 2014   7:00am - 8:30am
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

This session will provide the latest data and most up-to-date information regarding the performance of the U.S. construction industry and policies that will shape that performance over time. The discussion will touch upon  financial markets, capital markets, labor markets, energy markets, and key segments of the U.S. construction industry. After attending this session, you will be able to:
  • Comprehend the sources of risk that face the U.S. economic outlook and the construction industry in 2014
  • Characterize the performance of individual construction segments with a focus on both levels of spending and input cost growth
  • Establish the extent to which the variety of public policies are shaping the ongoing reconstruction recovery, including policies related to capital budgeting and health care
  • Discuss the likely trajectory of construction labor and materials costs

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