McGraw-Hill Construction Releases 2010 Outlook Report at Annual Conference
22 October 2010
McGraw-Hill Construction’s chief economist is to unveil their 2011 Construction Outlook Report. The reports contain experts outlooks for green building, residential building, BPMs, materials, technology and the general economy.
The report is expected to indicate how the economic forecast will affect the construction industry in 2011. The 2011 Outlook Report will be released at McGraw-Hill Construction’s annual Outlook Executive Conference by the Vice President of Economic Affairs, Robert Murray.
The event will take place from October 28-20 in Washington D.C., where more than 300 leading economists, media and construction professionals will gather to discuss industry trends and vital information for business planning and future investments.
"The one constant in a volatile industry has been our ability to help construction professionals make the right decisions to drive their businesses," said Keith Fox, president of McGraw-Hill Construction. "During these tough economic times, gaining insight and intelligence about where our industry is headed and what role we will each need to play to be successful is extremely important. The McGraw-Hill Construction Outlook is the definitive event for professionals to gain this insight and intelligence."
McGraw-Hill Construction is North America’s leading provider of project and product information, plans and specifications, industry news, trends and forecasts. The event’s sponsors include the American Institute of Steel Construction,
Verizon Wireless, Computer Methods International Corp and Viewpoint Construction Software.