|Engineering growth: Q1 2013
PwC's quarterly review of merger & acquisition activity in the engineering & construction industry.
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|Construction CEO Forum 2013
PwC and CMiC have joined efforts to establish the inaugural Construction CEO Forum 2013 at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona on June 3-4, 2013. This exclusive, invitation-only event brings together construction CEOs and thought leaders to engage in meaningful discussion regarding critical industry issues and trends. The intent is to encourage candid and insightful dialogue among participants, as well as to share ideas in an unbiased and intimate setting. Visit www.constructionceoforum.com to learn more about this unique industry and strategy roundtable.
|Engineering & Construction Industry Executive Roundtable 2013
PwC is hosting its third-annual Engineering & Construction Industry Executive Roundtable 2013. This highly regarded gathering brings together senior financial and tax executives from the engineering and construction industry to engage in discussions regarding timely and relevant issues affecting their businesses. This year, the event will be held at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA on May 20-21, 2013, with a cocktail reception and dinner taking place the evening of May 20, and the robust, full-day business program following on May 21. To learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Successful capital projects: How to become a player in the P3 market
More P3s will mean greater opportunities for US engineering and construction firms. Now is the time for US E&C firms get into this competitive game, but it’s worth learning the ropes before trying to take a leading role. Before deciding to try a P3, construction firms must determine their risk tolerance and carefully evaluate the risks and rewards of specific projects.
|A homecoming for US manufacturing? Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet
The manufacturing sector in the US is rebounding. Factors that could impact reshoring decisions include labor, materials, transportation/energy costs, market demand, the availability of talent and capital, tax rates, and currency fluctuations.
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