Association of Wall Ceiling and Carpentry Industries


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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Galleria Ristorante

6:00 PM


Grand Cayman Wc&C Annual Convention 2017

March 15 - 19, 2017

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Moving Ahead

Dodge Data & Analytics, predicts that the construction sector is “moving into a more mature phase of expansion.” Their much-anticipated recently released 2017 Dodge Construction Outlook predicts the industry will see 5% growth next year. The forecast is for this period of growth to continue into 2018 before a cyclical slowdown emerges gradually in 2018 and 2019.

For the New York Construction Industry the annual forecast and analysis prepared by the New York Building Congress estimates that 2016 will mark the first time in City history that construction spending has passed the $40 billion mark and represents a 26 percent increase from 2015. Like the Dodge Outlook, The Building Congress anticipates the current building boom to continue through the next two years.

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Is It Over Yet?

As we wind down 2016, it has been a memorable year on many fronts. On the political side it has been a historic presidential election cycle. The first time in American politics the democrats elected a female candidate to run for president. The hard fought primary between Hilary and self-proclaimed socialist Bernie speaks volumes to the evolving demographics of American politics.

On the other hand, who could have predicted that THE Donald, as we call him here in New York, would steam roll sixteen well established, politically savvy opponents to win the republican nomination for president. As both candidates continue to fend off demons of their past, one thing is for sure. This year has been one hellish presidential election cycle.

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Industry News

As lender falls, taxi revenues continue to go downhill

How much worse can things get for the city's taxi drivers? It appears that their business, in free fall since the rise of Uber and other ride-hailing apps, hasn't bottomed out yet. Daily fare-box... To view the full story, click the title link.
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Airport rail links in the $32 billion Port Authority capital plan spark skepticism

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's passage of its largest ever capital plan on Thursday didn't come without reservations from at least one of its board members. During a public board... To view the full story, click the title link.
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