Follow the Money Part Two
This report is of interest to:
- Leaders in the Built Environment Industry
- Investors in Private Equity, Securities, and Real Estate
- U.S. Small Business Owners
- Developers of All Building Categories
- Designers, Architects, Engineers, and Planners
Key Terms: RISK, INVESTING, CORONAVIRUS, COVID-19, PANDEMIC RECESSION, FINANCIAL SECURITY, FEDERAL RESERVE, COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, EQUITIES, MARKET SECTORS, EDUCATION, AVIATION, TRANSPORTATION, INFRASTRUCTURE, HEALTHCARE, RETAIL, HOSPITALITY, MISSION CRITICAL, INDUSTRIAL, LIFE SCIENCES, OFFICE BUILDINGS, CELL TOWERS, DATA CENTERS
Dave Gilmore, President & CEO | Rob Hart, Senior Researcher
Chyenne Pastrana, Director of Marketing | Nicole Puckett, Lead Graphic Designer | Beckie Hawk, Web Master
FOLLOW THE MONEY: PART TWO THE GOOD
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The categories with the brightest outlook in the mid- and post-pandemic world are (not coincidentally) those that most facilitate the expansion of telecommunications, the digitization of existing business, and the development of new technologies of all kinds.
It bears mentioning that these categories make extensive use of the engineering professions but are known to skimp on architectural diligence — sometimes to their own detriment. Architectural practices that brand themselves as tech-forward and engineering-integrated may have an advantage in courting these opportunities.