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
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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Private, Nonresidential Construction Spending Outlook Good
The outlook for private nonresidential construction spending remains upbeat, according to the Marcum Commercial Construction Index for the first quarter of
“Business confidence is in the 97th percentile, unemployment is near a 10-year low, and the Consumer Confidence Index has not been this high since December 2000,” wrote Anirban Basu, Marcum’s chief construction economist and author of the report.
“This all bodes well for the U.S. construction sector, which stands to benefit from a combination of consumer and business spending growth.
“Although nonresidential construction spending fell on a monthly basis in March, it remains a largely positive indicator. February’s nonresidential construction spending value of $717 billion… is the highest total since the Census Bureau began tracking the indicator.”