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.
U.S. intelligence appears to consider North Texas a crucial partner in its vision for the future.
A key change in leadership is taking place within Dallas’s economic development community.
The desire to consolidate office space appears to be driving some of the growth in the DFW area.
The construction industry continues to benefit from the longstanding and invaluable partnerships, such as here, between higher education and high-net-worth donors.
Might the donut craze be affecting how commercial kitchens are being designed?
A fascinating interview out of Wichita about hiring Millennials and members of Generation Z; take note of the remarks about the different types of work space desired.
An interesting development in the fiber optic space that, if it catches hold, may present new challenges in the construction of individual homes and communities at large.
Disruptive technology in AEC appears to be front and central in Silicon Valley; here is some help to embrace the new norm.
A helpful summary of some ways in which to monitor potentially fraudulent behavior in connection with a workers’ compensation insurance program.
Being accused of knowing about the problem before the accident occurred; a very risky matter as reflected here in connection with the collapse of a bridge.
As climate change causes wild fires to get hotter, the Construction Industry likely is already is in the process of exploring how to build homes and business structures to better withstand the heat.