Owners, Don't Wait! Get Your Design Projects Shovel-ready Now

Construction industry leaders who are looking beyond COVID-19 foresee a strong bidding climate ahead followed by a period of shortages and cost premiums. They advise owners not to delay design projects today, but to instead get projects ready for construction before costs increase. Page Principal and Healthcare market sector expert Kurt Neubek explains:

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