Thursday, May 19, 2022 May 19, 2022
94° F Dallas, TX

Construction

Latest

Image
CRE Opinion

Navigating DFW’s Tight Construction Labor Market

Adolfson & Peterson regional president Will Pender says the scarcity of workers has reached a crisis level in North Texas.
Gerald Alley portrait
Business

Meet the Force Behind Texas’ Largest Black-Owned Construction and Real Estate Company

Gerald Alley and his brother were raised in the Jim Crow South. They built up Con-Real by challenging the status quo.
By 
Image
Construction

Navigating the Rough Construction Materials Market

In the second part of a two-part series about hyper volatility seen today in the market, industry experts weigh in on solutions.
Image
Commercial Real Estate

How the Pandemic Has Impacted the Construction Industry’s Recruitment

The workforce gap in the construction industry is not going away, especially without continued efforts on education, recruitment, and training.
By 
Image
Commercial Real Estate

Despite Challenges, Talley Riggins Construction Group President Says Now is the Time to Build

To understand why bad news for construction firms can be good news for clients, let’s look at the current market.
By 

Latest

Image
Commercial Real Estate

The Construction Industry Steels for Price Hikes

Materials costs are an ongoing concern for general contractors in North Texas, where activity remains brisk.
By 
Image
Business

Can Peter Brodsky Jump-Start Southern Dallas?

First they asked him to fix the stray-dog problem. With his latest project—redeveloping Red Bird Mall—he’s out to fix an entire community.
Architecture & Design

Leading Off (6/30/17)

Energy Square gets a new look, Affluenza mom won't face jail time, and more.
By 
Image
Business

Why Copper Reigns in North Texas

The region's construction boom has been good for Encore Wire and Daniel Jones, its CEO.
By