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March Meeting Update

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Cliff is always in high demand at the beginning of each year as he traverses across the country providing regional updates to all construction related organizations.  His talks are informative and highly anticipated as company's plan budgets and strategies for the new year.

 

The economic tide has turned, and California is slowly recovering.   The Northern California market (San Francisco to San Jose) is booming.  Economic growth is slower in Southern California but improved over 2012.  Overall, Cliff calculates a 6% gain in construction starts due to a surge in private and multi-residential construction.

 

There is still weakness in institutional building and public works. Primarily repairs and maintenance are being done as opposed to new construction.

 

Cliff states that the economic recovery will be impacted if our country's leaders do not compromise to resolve the financial crisis.

 

Economic Forecast

Students from Cal Poly PomonaDon Rice, Marcia Falk and Angelika CarryKevin Lundberg, Kathy Greenway and Tom DomeniciCliff BrewisGeorge Balteria, Connie Carruthers (man), Richard Gonser, Eric Stovner, Vince Overmyer (standing) and Ernie Lauria

The Inland Empire Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute