Businesses renovate office spaces at a historic pace, China plans to build a 3D-printed hydropower dam without human workers, the U.S. infrastructure package has thousands of projects underway, and more.
Office vacancy rates are on the rise, 3D printing technology will be used to build a portfolio of affordable homes, resources from the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Bill are projected to speed up the creation of “smart cities,” and more.
New home construction projects experience the fastest growth rate since 2006, President Biden signs the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022 into law, big U.S. hotel chains place developments in Russia on hold, and more.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many service industries are reevaluating their physical footprint, and the aviation industry is no exception. Opportunities abound for developers, designers, and contractors to update and expand airport terminals to accommodate traditional needs while also meeting the growing demand for more open space (including larger outdoor areas in terminals and larger cargo facilities to meet the needs of Amazon, FedEx and UPS).
On March 15, 2022, industry experts Rob James, Orion Fulton, and Georgia Gann Dohrmann will discuss future transportation projects that could benefit the Bay Area during the webinar, “ULI San Francisco: Follow the Money—What the $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Means for the Bay Area.” The webinar will focus on the potential impact of the recently passed federal infrastructure bill on the region’s transportation sector and what type of growth and projects it could expect in the coming future.
Learn more and register for this webinar by visiting the event page.
Pillsbury colleagues Elina Teplinsky, Jorge Medina, Sidney Fowler, and Ashley Meredith discuss the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) announcement of the release of a Notice of Intent (NOI) and Request for Information (RFI) describing and seeking feedback on its plan to implement the $6 billion Civil Nuclear Credit (CNC) Program that is part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).
Construction contractors adjust to extreme changes in material prices, China expands real estate lending support to its larger cities, semiconductor demand becomes a gem for industrial real estate, and more.
The Biden administration’s Buy Clean Task Force turns its attention to sustainable construction materials, Florida Restaurateurs begin to use nonfungible tokens (NFTs), the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest in hydrogen and nuclear technologies, and more.
Pillsbury colleagues Nancy Fischer, Aimee Ghosh, Benjamin Cote and Moushami Joshi discuss how the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) provides the single largest investment in water infrastructure in the nation’s history. The expansion of funding is expected to spur water projects across the nation and result in flow-down opportunities for private sector vendors, suppliers, contractors and investors. Click here to more about the construction of wastewater facilities and wastewater treatment systems.