construction

Employment in Construction: Where are the Skilled Workers?

May 5, 2017 / Comments Off on Employment in Construction: Where are the Skilled Workers?

Over the past several years the number of employers, who have indicated that they were having trouble filling positions for skilled construction workers, has risen from reports of a few isolated cases around the country to reports of a widespread shortage in the industry. A National Epidemic The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has […]

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Bernard Markstein on the Economic Outlook of the Construction Industry

November 7, 2016 / Comments Off on Bernard Markstein on the Economic Outlook of the Construction Industry

Econsult Solutions, Inc. Senior Advsior and President and Chief Economist at Markstein Advisors, Bernard Markstein, presented at Automated Logic’s Open House event in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on September 30, 2016. Dr. Markstein’s presentation and discussion focused on the “Economic Outlook of the Construction Industry,” where he provided a brief overview of and outlook for the United […]

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ESI Congratulates the Bronx River Alliance on Being Awarded a TIGER Grant

November 13, 2015 / Comments Off on ESI Congratulates the Bronx River Alliance on Being Awarded a TIGER Grant

Econsult Solutions, Inc.   (ESI) would like to congratulate its client, the Bronx River Alliance, and NYC Parks on being awarded a 10 million TIGER grant — one of the most competitive grant programs — by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to complete the construction of a final link in the Bronx River Greenway. ESI […]

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ESI VP Lee Huang featured in Philadelphia Inquirer article on how nonprofit developers help economy in N.J.

May 12, 2015 / Comments Off on ESI VP Lee Huang featured in Philadelphia Inquirer article on how nonprofit developers help economy in N.J.

ESI vice president and principal Lee Huang is featured in a May 10 Philadelphia Inquirer article on how nonprofit developers have contributed to New Jersey’s economy. Huang discussed the numbers ESI found in its analysis of the state’s nonprofit developers. Among the numbers discussed: Over the last 25 years, non profit developers have made a […]

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ESI Releases Economic Impact Analysis of Rutgers University Athletics

May 12, 2015 / Comments Off on ESI Releases Economic Impact Analysis of Rutgers University Athletics

ESI has released its economic impact analysis of Rutgers University athletics and how the university’s athletics programs will continue to evolve into the future as a member of the Big Ten Conference. ESI’s study examined the current operating budgets and facilities of Rutgers’ athletic department and found that, between university and visitor spending, it is […]

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ESI President Stephen Mullin quoted by NextCity on current boom of construction in Philadelphia

October 8, 2014 / Comments Off on ESI President Stephen Mullin quoted by NextCity on current boom of construction in Philadelphia

ESI president Stephen Mullin is quoted in a story by NextCity.org’s Emma Jacobs on the current boom of construction and development in Philadelphia, particularly in Center City. The story discusses the demand for new construction and housing in Philadelphia, why there is so much demand for both and tries to forecast the near future of […]

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