Businesses in the construction industry face unique risks every day, from a wide array of sources. IMA’s Threats & Opportunities newsletter helps keep construction leaders apprised of events and actions in the political, economic, social, technology, legal and environmental spheres which may have a current or future effect on business.
This report provides updates at both the local and national level, including rankings of the actions’ potential impact on businesses in the construction industry.
North Texas’s Transportation Industry continues to benefit from the United States’s proximity to and alliance with Canada; its Construction Industry likewise may benefit from the commensurate need for housing, amenities, and manufacturing space.
The Federal Government’s willingness to spend on the military also appears to be helping sustain the region’s growth trends.
North Texas’s Construction Industry might take note of these stories out of Denver as to, on the one hand, how difficult it now is to sustain a profitable restaurant, and, on the other hand, how tech companies continue to expand their footprint.
Credit unions and their need for space; an interesting consequence of the shipping boom.
Wichita has leveraged itself with respect to the country’s continued love of baseball; might there be untapped demand in North Texas to do the same?
United States-based apparel, including denim, looks to be withstanding, and possibly defying, the country’s uncertain politics and economic policies; one effect may be a growing need for manufacturing space.