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Onward and upward Our Women’s Roundtable on why the road ahead is filled with promise

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t has been nearly 18-plus months since a once in a lifetime pandemic tossed

the world and everything in it upside down. To the credit of many in the commercial construction industry, life not only pushed on, but pushed on successfully. As our monthly roundtables have uncovered, some days, months and quarters were better than others, but the work goes on. Looking ahead, as much as the pandemic continues to make its presence known, the overall industry outlook considers to be favorable, especially on the heels of a proposed infrastructure bill pending in Congress. The monthly podcasts, hosted by CCR Publisher David Corson and Editor Michael J. Pallerino, include a diverse set of commercial construction professionals representing the vendor and end-user sides of the business. The June discussion centered on a return to normalcy, even though the industry still faces issues like labor and supply shortages. Following is an edited look at the July discussion.

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COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — ISSUE 7, 2021

Profile for BOC design Inc

CCR Issue 7  

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