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Looking Back As We Plan Forward

2018 is off to a busy start for our team at Continuum Advisory Group.  We are working with several firms in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction space to build their strategic business development plans for the next five years.  With the US economy is in the midst of its third longest expansion in history, currently at 103 months dating to June 2009, there are lots of opportunities in the building and construction market to consider.  It should be noted that broad based growth in construction put in place lagged general economic growth with total spending not increasing until 2012.

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Operating System 2.0 – A Construction Industry Manifesto

Last week, Stephen Mulva and CII unveiled a draft Manifesto, which you can read in full below, calling for transformational change in our industry. Continuum Advisory Group has been a proud partner in this effort, coordinating workshops throughout the country that have provided input for this Manifesto. Our industry is facing disruption. We will either do it to ourselves, or it will be done to us. We applaud this bold thinking.

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Cheap Imported Solar Panels and Modules Have Harmed Domestic Panel Manufacturers Says USITC

The recent decision by the United States International Trade Commission, in which the commission found that cheap imported solar panels and modules have harmed domestic panel manufacturers, is creating a good deal of uncertainty about the future of the solar market in the US.  Our team at Continuum Advisory Group completed some research on the Utility Scale Solar business this summer for a client.  Despite a recent slowdown in Utility Scale Solar projects in 2017, there is a large amount of work in the pipeline.  As shown in this data from the Solar Energy Industries Association, the current pipeline of Utility Scale Solar is greater than the current amount of Utility Scale Solar installed.

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