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Our JLL analyst team tackles construction and project management related research and trends.

  • First look: Q4 2016 Construction Outlook

    First look: Q4 2016 Construction Outlook

    As winter set in, a new president was elected and uncertainty lingered across the real estate sector, but the construction industry moved steadily forward during the fourth quarter of 2016.

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  • United States Construction Perspective | Q3 2016

    United States Construction Perspective | Q3 2016

    Our Q3 U.S. Construction Outlook explores the current state of the construction industry and expectations for the coming months. Specifically, we take a look at how economic risk, labor shortages and

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  • First look: Q3 2016 Construction Outlook

    First look: Q3 2016 Construction Outlook

    The construction market across the U.S. remained stable and growing through third quarter, with key indicators such as construction spending, construction backlog pipeline. and under construction pipe

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  • World Series 2016: How do old and new stadiums match up?

    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

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  • Bigger piece of pie in the South: Contractors’ future work demand growing

    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

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  • Back to school? Education construction skipping class since ‘09

    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

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  • U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q1 2016)

    U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q1 2016)

    The U.S. construction industry saw a strong start to 2016 despite global economic uncertainty.

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  • 40% of the U.S. workforce is freelance, and co-working space is catering to this group

    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.

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  • Trends in grocery1:10

    Trends in grocery

    Grocery stores have become the restaurant industry’s newest competitor. With the growth of pre-packaged meals and in-store dining, grocery stores are making big changes to not only what they offer, bu

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  • Canada office construction 2016

    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.

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  • Baseball stadiums: Start fresh or renovate?

    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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  • It’s employee appreciation day!

    It’s employee appreciation day!

    Sustainable build outs that include both outdoor space and internal improvements increase overall workforce productivity by 16.0 percent.

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  • U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q4 2015)

    U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q4 2015)

    Three trends are leading to construction growth slowing in 2016: The upcoming election, the Fed increasing interest rates and labor wages.

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  • How do the big game teams match up?

    How do the big game teams match up?

    Due in part to an increase in population in the Southeast that has been fueled by an increase in jobs, Charlotte experienced rapid construction growth in 2015.

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  • 2016: Will construction costs continue to rise?

    2016: Will construction costs continue to rise?

    A combination of China’s faltering economy and a glut of some key materials inputs have led to a drop in materials costs, which will continue into 2016, as the world economy continues to sputter

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  • Retail Deliveries Grow

    Retail Deliveries Grow

    Consumer confidence grew in 2015, thanks to the economic recovery and low gas prices, spurring retailers to expand

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  • Demand for new technology space is not slowing down

    Demand for new technology space is not slowing down

    In just 1 year, the percentage of unicorn companies located in San Francisco and Silicon Valley has decreased 27%. Where are they going?

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  • U.S. Construction Perspective Q3 2015

    U.S. Construction Perspective Q3 2015

    Construction activity is shifting nationwide as manufacturing and retail companies make efforts to modernize, create more just-in-time shipping locations and link operations digitally.

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  • Big data continues to be a big deal

    Big data continues to be a big deal

    With tax incentives and cost growth affecting the way data centers are being built and renovated, companies need to take a good hard look at how they’re housing their own data.

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  • Life Sciences industry transformation sparks new lab and office space designs

    Life Sciences industry transformation sparks new lab and office space designs

    See four key trends impacting today’s Life Sciences companies, and how they impact commercial real estate decisions from location selection to office and facility layout.

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