State of Supply Chains
Below is ongoing coverage on the state of supply chains globally and the resulting issues currently impacting the construction industry across North America.
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Construction economists assembled for a recent economic forecast webinar offered a mixed bag of predictions for the sector in the medium term, with one, Alex Carrick, suggesting he is finding the negative indicators are outweighing the good. The Nov. 8 webcast was billed as the Construction Economy Outlook Fall Webcast and
The worst is over for the supply chain disruptions that beset the construction sector during the pandemic. But as delegates attending the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) conference in Napa, Calif. heard, there are still numerous strains on the system to contend with old and new. MCAC COO Ken
Delegates attending the recent Ontario Building Trades Council annual convention heard repeatedly that even with a tepid economic forecast in the near future, ICI is poised to roar ahead in the province. The convention was held Oct. 11 to 13 in Windsor, where the consortium Bridging North America is making
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VICTORIA — British Columbia’s latest financial report indicates a stronger-than-expected fiscal position in the face of global economic slowdown and rising interest rates. The Second
FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick government has tabled a $1.2-billion capital budget that sets aside nearly $200 million more than the plan tabled last year.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s housing shortage is a generational challenge that must be met with effort similar to what was needed to rebuild after the
The Texas economy is ranked eighth largest in the world at $2.4 trillion, ahead of Italy and Canada. The Texas Gulf Coast is an integral
Construction economists assembled for a recent economic forecast webinar offered a mixed bag of predictions for the sector in the medium term, with one, Alex
VICTORIA – The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) says its fall statistics package reflects a “challenging state” for the provincial construction industry. BCCA and Sage
OTTAWA — The Canadian Steel Producers Association (CSPA) has issued a statement saying it is deeply concerned about the ongoing strike at the St. Lawrence
Post-COVID, European governments have been implementing tighter monetary policies to cope with skyrocketing inflation. Drastic increases in CPIs resulted from broken supply chains and quantitative
The worst is over for the supply chain disruptions that beset the construction sector during the pandemic. But as delegates attending the Mechanical Contractors Association
Delegates attending the recent Ontario Building Trades Council annual convention heard repeatedly that even with a tepid economic forecast in the near future, ICI is
Western Canada’s steel prices are expected remain high over the next 2023-2024 period, despite some softening of world prices. Red hot prices soared the world
Though the construction industry contributes a significant share to the GDP of first-world countries, the industry itself has seen low modernization in the last 20
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