Today's Construction Industry Economy - Q2 2021

Construction Industry Optimistic Despite Supply Chain Disruptions

By Tom Sanders, CCEA, CBA
Lead Economist, MOCA Systems, Inc.

Damage to non-residential construction from last year's pandemic shutdown is beginning to reverberate across the industry. Yet the increase in the cost of materials, labor shortages and other setbacks do not seem to be impacting general contractor confidence in recovery.

Download and learn how last year's pandemic shutdown is impacting jobs, the supply chain, project starts and more.

Meet the author

Tom Sanders, CCEA, CBA
Lead Economist at MOCA Systems

Tom Sanders is the lead economist for MOCA Systems, Inc., a leading owner’s representative firm providing program and project management services. Tom provides independent market analyses for military construction projects. He is a retired USAF Reserve Colonel with 30 years of service.

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