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    Consensus Construction Forecast

    Recent Articles and Presentations from the Economics and Market Research Team

Consensus Construction Forecast

The AIA Consensus Construction Forecast Panel is conducted twice a year with the leading nonresidential construction forecasters in the United States including, McGraw-Hill Construction, IHS-Global Insight, Moody’s Economy.com, FMI, Reed Construction Data, Associated Builders & Contractors, and Wells Fargo Securities. The purpose of the Consensus Construction Forecast Panel is to project business conditions in the construction industry over the coming 12 to 18 months. The Consensus Construction Forecast has been conducted for 15 years.

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2015 Forecasts

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2014 Forecasts

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2013 Forecasts

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2012 Forecasts

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2011 Forecasts

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2010 Forecasts

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2008 Forecasts

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Recent Articles and Presentations from the Economics and Market Research Team

Periodically, the members of our department write articles on topical business issues, concerning architects. You may read the most recent articles here.

The Business of Architecture: 2015’s Q2 Outlook (video, approx. 12 minutes)

The Business of Architecture: 2015’s Q1 Outlook
(video, approx. 15 minutes)

The Business of Architecture: 2014’s Q4 Outlook
(video, approx. 11 minutes)

Get On the Good Foot: The 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report shows design activity has recovered from the 2008 recession
, September 2014

The Business of Design: Economic Trends for the Third Quarter of 2014
(video, approx. 17 minutes)

2013 AIA Compensation Survey: Architect Salary Increases Minimally from 2011, August 2013


AIA/NCARB Survey Shows Rosier Picture for Emerging Professionals, April 2013

 

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