General Contractors are in need of bids for all construction projects throughout Tennessee. Subcontractor demand is high with awards going out to many construction companies in all trades in the EliteProNet network.
Companies that are willing to travel to Kentucky are also in high demand with many general contractors having little coverage in that state. There have been numerous Dollar Stores built throughout Tennessee in 2015 and there are currently 3 out for bid. These projects usually start soon after bidding and have a quick turnaround time. Many companies are seeing additional job opportunities coming from these projects.
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Today’s economic environment carries several positives that will help to further lift total construction starts. Financing for construction projects is becoming more available, reflecting some easing of bank lending standards, a greater focus on real estate development by the investment community, and more construction bond measures getting passed.
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Eighty percent of construction firms plan to expand their payrolls this year while only seven percent expect to reduce headcounts according to survey results released recently by the Associated General Contractors of America. The survey, conducted as part of Ready to Hire Again: The 2015 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook, indicates that most contractors are optimistic about the year ahead and ready to expand, but will have to cope with challenges including worker shortages and regulatory burdens.