There's an art, and science, to timing the materials and labor market.
As developers begin to look at whether new construction pencils out again, architects, property managers, and general contractors are getting a lot of calls to do studies and help underwrite deals. Some of these proposals will turn into nothing, but others could eventually lead to starts. What...
Her process, which mixes chemicals and bacteria, could supplement conventional bricks whose production causes a lot of pollution.
Some multifamily firms have been able to creatively wrestle new dollars, while cutting expenses, by uncovering latent opportunities throughout the downturn.