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The Construction Economy Outlook Spring 2024: What is Normal Anymore?

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Join the Chief Economists from the American Institute of Architects, the Associated General Contractors of America, and ConstructConnect for an in-depth discussion on what’s in store for the construction industry over the remainder of 2024 and beyond. This is the only place to see presentations from the top experts on the US construction economy. 

This session was recorded live on May 9, 2024.

This free course is brought to you through a partnership with ConstructConnect and AGC. By registering for this course, you grant AIA permission to share your name and email address with ConstructConnect and AGC. 

Course expires 5/23/2025

Learning Objectives


Understand how global and domestic economic conditions can impact architects, designers, contractors, engineers, construction managers and building product manufacturers.


Understand changes in inputs to construction, focusing on potential labor market challenges and on material cost pressures that may arise from broader economic pressures.


Understand business risks and opportunities based on forecasts for all segments of U.S. construction activity.


Determine, based on economic presentations and discussions, which building categories and geographies should expect growth – and which should prepare for downturns.