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Market Outlook: April 2022

April 26, 2022 – The hopeful trend towards price stabilization and supply chain improvements in early 2022 is now complicated by new challenges. The war in Ukraine has reduced the supply of raw materials, port congestion from China to Los Angeles continues to delay shipments on all goods, while new COVID-19 variants have continued,… More >

Decarbonizing the Built Environment: Mass Timber as a Low Embodied Carbon Material

December 16, 2021 – Mass timber construction is on the rise as owners, architects and contractors champion low embodied carbon building materials. In our continued video series, we look at Maine’s first fully timber structure at Bowdoin College’s John and Lile Gibbons Center for Arctic Studies and Barry Mills Hall. The all-electric building will… More >

Decarbonizing the Built Environment: Adaptive Reuse at Hotel Marcel

November 18, 2021 – In the backdrop of the Glasgow Climate Pact, a renewed global climate agreement, companies and industries have established promising paths to net zero carbon. But what does decarbonization look like in the built environment? In this video series, Consigli looks at components of net zero carbon construction and implementation with… More >

3 Things to Consider Before Building Your Next Outpatient Facility

November 5, 2021 – In 2019, over 21 million square feet of outpatient facilities were built in the U.S., driven by the current healthcare trends of reducing operating costs, improving access to care and enhancing the patient experience. While outpatient facilities are less expensive to build and operate than a traditional hospital and are often… More >

Market Outlook: October 2021

October 20, 2021 – The trends we’re seeing have a common theme––every project in every sector is feeling the supply and cost problems in our economy. To guide our project partners, we’ve outlined Consigli’s perspective on material cost and delay risks based on current and future global and domestic conditions, along with strategies for… More >

Construction Technology Newcomer Rugged Robotics Completes First Full-Scale Pilot on Consigli Site

August 26, 2021 – Consigli is proud to announce that Houston-based construction technology newcomer, Rugged Robotics has completed its first full-scale pilot on a Consigli job site.  The collaboration between Consigli and Rugged is in line with Consigli’s commitment to support and utilize cutting-edge technologies in an effort to advance efficiencies in the construction… More >

Market Outlook: June 2021

June 1, 2021 – Record-long lead times and rising material prices are the result of the recent economic impacts across the globe. Our team connected with over 250 trade partners to review recent disruptions and forecast upcoming price and schedule impacts. To help plan your projects and mitigate disruptions, we outlined additional increases on… More >

Healthy & Safe Indoors: Navigating Your Options & Maximizing Your Spend

May 27, 2021 – Written By: Steven Burke, LEED & WELL Faculty, Director of Sustainability The global Coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly caused us to rethink indoor environments. At this point, the average person understands that viral transmission happens through breathing contaminated indoor air. And if they’re spending a significant amount of time indoors, they probably… More >

Driving Speed-to-Market Value as the Single-Source Builder

April 13, 2021 – Booming Life Science Innovations Demand Fast-Track Schedules Whether developing the next great discovery in the lab or delivering a lifesaving treatment, speed-to-market value is shared by many success stories in the life science industry. Speed-to-market is a key differentiator for life science research and manufacturing so hiring a single-source builder… More >

2021 Market Outlook: Material and Labor Supply Update

March 15, 2021 – To help our partners plan throughout 2021, our team continues to collect data across all markets, from New England to the Mid-Atlantic, to forecast market trends, prices and schedule impacts. Overall, this year, we continue to see material prices rise especially in metals, while the  pandemic has forced subcontractors to… More >

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