2019 predictions from construction industry leaders

Mckenzie gregory | January 24, 2019

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What can you expect for the construction industry in 2019? To find out, we asked some of the experts at top general contractors and subcontractors to make their best predictions for the year to come. These are the top four predictions we gathered, plus why we think they’re right on the nose.

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