Today's Construction Economy Report – Q1 2023

Inflation Looks to Be Slowing while Labor Availability Remains a Challenge

By Tom Sanders

Chief Economist

Inflation has shown signs of cooling off both in the general economy and in construction inputs and selling prices.
Nowadays, the biggest headache for construction firms and owners is the state of labor availability at all skill levels. Construction unemployment levels are at all-time lows, and all construction firms are clamoring for workers. Our focus continues to be on the primary drivers of selling price to owners.

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Meet the author

Tom Sanders

Chief Economist

Tom Sanders is the lead economist for MOCA Systems, Inc., a leading owner’s representative firm providing program and project management services. Tom provides independent market analyses for military construction projects. He is a retired USAF Reserve Colonel with 30 years of service.