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Construction Market Consultants, Inc. Construction Market Consultants, Inc.

Construction Market Consultants, Inc.

Founded in 2001, Construction Market Consultants is a consulting firm assisting business entities in the A/E/C and retail industry With Business Development, Sales, Marketing, CRM And Lead Development, Business Planning, Social Media & SEO As Well As Executive Placement.
  
Construction Market Consultants client base includes local, regional and national general contractors, architectural firms, software, building product manufacturers, subcontractors, industry publications and other related entities.


Our Unique Background In Construction Lead Development, Pipeline and CRM Integration, Business Development, Data Collection And Its Implementation Towards Building New Business Allows Us To Provide Insight And Input Others Simply Cannot.

 

Plus, our combined years in networking all facets of the A/E/C marketplace has allowed us to develop an excellent foundation for the executive placement and recruting services we provide.


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Construction Marketing, Construction Sales, Construction Business Development

 

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The Challenges and Opportunities in the Rebounding Economy

 

The glass and fenestration industries joined together in Las Vegas Sept. 9-11 for GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, where attendance and new product introductions reached pre-recession levels. Attendees and exhibitors alike reported markedly improved business conditions, reflected by attendance topping 7,200, the highest since GlassBuild America 2008.
 

“Many have been extremely cautious since the downturn,” said economist Jeff Dietrich during the Glazing Executives Forum, held in conjunction with GlassBuild America. “Get away from the crash site and start looking forward,” he advised.
 

According to Bill Briese, R&D / engineering manager at GED Integrated Solutions, the industry is heeding Dietrich’s advice. “People are finally making investments—they are breaking out of their shell. Capital equipment was the first to see the downturn and the last to get it back. We are busy again. That’s the telling sign that things are improving,” he said on the show floor.

 

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