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Grocery segment leads the pack in ratio of brands opening vs. closing stores
Grocery and superstore segments depict the largest ratio of brands opening vs. closing stores.
How does geography impact your outpatient renovation cost?
JLL’s Outpatient Renovation Cost Guide highlights the average out-of-pocket cost per square foot to renovate an outpatient facility across the nation. Check out the top five highest cost markets.
Rebuilding by the numbers
Low construction unemployment and slim workforce in will slow rebuilding progress in Houston and South Florida.
Sports facility development profile
The five types of fans shaping stadium design
Snapshot U.S. Sports Facilities Construction to increase to $5B
U.S. construction materials costs and inflation
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Flooring. Synergy + BI infographic 7-5
Our goal is to help clients make more informed business decisions. Take a look at our third report focusing on the Flooring Industry, leveraging our own business intelligence and the Synergy program.
Speaking of freedom, how much do capitols cost?
Comparing the costs of constructing capitol buildings across the U.S. is pretty revealing. How much do popular capitols actually cost?
Make safety a priority with the OSHA Top 5
Take a look at the top 5 OSHA violations in 2016 in order to avoid accidents and make safety a focus for your team.
Where's our workforce? Here's the top (and bottom) states for construction unemployment
Construction unemployment continues its spring decline as projects are underway. Check out the top and bottom states for construction unemployment.
Industrial construction continues to thrive as vacancy hits 17-year low
The overall industrial construction pipeline continues to grow, up 29 percent from Q4 2016. JLL's Q1 Industrial Outlook takes a look at what is driving construction.
World Series 2016: How do old and new stadiums match up?
World Series 2016: Stadiums by design –how old and new stadiums match up today
Bigger piece of pie in the South: Contractors’ future work demand growing
The national average of 8.5 “backlog months” remains unchanged compared to Q2 last year
Back to school? Education construction skipping class since ‘09
Even though education only makes up 7% of all construction, trends show that the industry is still lagging well behind
40% of the U.S. workforce is freelance, and co-working space is catering to this group
Corporations interested in serving freelancers and contractors partner with co-working operators to design open, collaborative spaces.
Canada office construction 2016
The current development cycle will peak in 2016 as 6.5 million square feet is added to the office inventory across five major markets in Canada.
Baseball stadiums: Start fresh or renovate?
60 percent of the most winning MLB teams have stadiums built before 2000. With construction costs rising, renovation is the solution.
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