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Complexities of Mergers and Acquisitions in Construction
By: Trent Cotney, Cotney Attorneys and Consultants
Mergers and acquisitions in the construction industry are now more complex due to the restrictions implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic. Having the right team to help you navigate both sides of M&A is the key to success.
Sharp Rise Seen in Acquisitions, Openings for LBM Firms
Pro-oriented, residentially focused construction supply companies acquired 671 locations and opened 154 others in 2021, capping one of the busiest years ever for lumberyards, specialty dealers and related firms, Webb Analytics’ just-released 2021 Deals Report finds.
Construction Activity Expectations for 2022
Predictions from Dodge Data & Analytics point toward increased starts in most residential and non-residential construction sectors as the economy continues to emerge from the pandemic and weather labor and supply challenges.
Builder Confidence Eases on Supply-Side Constraints
Builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes moved one point lower to 82 in February, marking the second straight month that confidence levels have declined by a single point, according to the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.
All Leaders Have Flaws
By: Wayne Rivers, Family Business Institute
There's no such thing as a perfect leader. This article will outline three types of leadership that tend to be troublesome in construction companies and four tips for improvement.