Lunch and Learn Events

Beyond Estimation Market OutlookBeyond Estimation Market Outlook

This presentation will explore trends in real exchange rates, construction volumes, and major global construction inputs such as oil, steel, and copper.

The Escalation Roller CoasterThe Escalation Roller Coaster

This presentation introduces an empirical approach to indexing escalation in the Institutional Commercial Industrial construction market.

The Value ProcessThe Value Process

This presentation covers the most effective use of construction economics in delivering value throughout the design process.

Total Benefit AnalysisTotal Benefit Analysis

This presentation demonstrates how construction economics measures benefits in the context of our built environment.

Upcoming Events  

Animal Research Facilities 2022

September 26-27

Boston, MA


Tradeline’s 33rd annual animal research facilities conference details the new planning, design, construction, and operational strategies for high-capacity, highly efficient, flexible animal research space. 

Session speakers
Zachary Bergeron, Associate Principal Zachary Bergeron, LEED AP
Associate Principal
Vermeulens, Boston

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Melissa Coe, Senior Project Manager Melissa Coe
Senior Project Manager
Vermeulens, Boston

University Facilities for the Sciences
& Advanced Technologies, Fall 2022

October 10-11, 2022

San Antonio, TX


At this conference, you’ll get the latest planning, design, and construction solutions for higher education science, engineering, and advanced technology capital projects.
Session speakers
Blair Tennant, Principal Blair Tennant, LEED AP
Principal
Vermeulens, San Antonio

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John McKeon, Senior Project Manager John McKeon
Senior Project Manager
Vermeulens, Houston

Recent Events

Mass Building, Escalating Construction Costs

James Vermeulen, LEED AP, PQS, Managing Principal of Vermeulens, provided insights into issues confronting the design and construction industry. What should owners budget for cost escalation? What pricing structure should we use to accurately estimate costs for projects? James addresses these and other issues.

Construction Economists