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Sectoral Watch Q1 2023 - focus on construction

Sectoral Watch Q1 2023
Drilling down into significant sector movement and what lies ahead

Richard Vermeulen provides insights into the movement and future spending projections in various sectors, highlighting the impact of mechanical and electric contractors on bid prices and recommending large bidding contingencies, while also discussing job creation, construction volume, and the shift in dollar volumes across different sectors, particularly noting the surge in non-residential construction, with a specific focus on office, commercial, educational, and manufacturing sectors, and raising the question of whether the rise in renewables is compensating for the decline in conventional spending in the Power sector.

Total Benefit – Health Networks Administrative Optimization

Health Networks – Steps To A 50% Improvement In Health Outcomes – Administration

Plans to improve health networks administration went on fast forward with the onset of the pandemic. Facilities planners took up the challenge but struggled to capture the full impact of their plans.
Total Benefit showed that, rather than a few thousand dollars per employee, over 50 thousand dollars of benefit per employee could be achieved.

San Francisco Should Relocate - its current location is too expensive

San Francisco Should Relocate
Its current location has become too expensive!

The satirical newspaper, The Onion, reported that the City of San Francisco was looking to relocate…. A week or so later, Gabriel Metcalfe – head of the respected San Francisco urban planning organization SPUR – published a provocative piece in CityLab blaming the city’s affordability crisis on progressive politics

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