Research opening door to commercial construction opportunities (video)
Those throughout the commercial construction market always are looking for an edge to help them land projects.
As the leading North American provider of construction information, CMD iSqFt is providing that insight that enables designers, specifiers and contractors to position themselves for winning work. CMD’s products and technologies include national, regional and local project leads, marketing solutions and market intelligence to provide insight to construction industry professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Based on the vast information it collects, the company releases quarterly forecast reports about residential and non-residential construction. Its databases enable those in the construction industry to pore through digitized documents, including plans and specs, giving users access to project needs early in the project cycle.
At AHR 2016, Ryan Cummings of CMD iSqFt discussed how the company’s efforts can lead to opportunity.
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