The economy is continuing along a path reflecting a fragile recovery, including the recent slowdown in economic growth that fully was anticipated by the Portland Cement Association (PCA), Skokie, Ill.
Contractor uses E-Z Drill units for concrete repaving job on California's Interstate 210.
Ed Sullivan, chief economist for the Portland Cement Association veered off from his typical economic forecast to indentify a market that the concrete industry needs to gain a stronger foothold: road paving.
As we leave 2011 behind and inch closer to 2012, CC presents economic outlooks from a variety of sources. Is a recovery finally at hand?
Given the current challenging economic climate, you might think that building sustainable or green structures would be viewed as unimportant because cost for a project would rise.
After poring over the numbers for months, one expression that could be used to describe the companies that comprise our CC100 list may be: Survival of the fittest.
Are travel and living expenses deductible from the income of construction workers who go from one community to another to work?
What is the completed contract basis method of accounting and why is it sometimes used?
There is a financial tool that helps business owners manage costs, make better pricing decisions, and improve profits. It's called breakeven analysis. The breakeven point is the sales volume at which a business neither makes a profit nor incurs a loss.
A number of titles on finance and business, focused on project management, financial data, leadership, and more, are available for purchase.
In the Finance & Money Matters track the questions: Where’s the Money? What is my profit? How realistic are my estimates? are answered.
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