- Labor Market Intelligence Tools
- Wage & Per Diem Projections
- The 20/20 Foresight Report
- Custom Analysis & Personal Service
Labor Market Intelligence Tools
How many craft workers do you need? How many craft workers are available? Know with confidence how project spending changes impact the balance of construction labor. Arm yourself with cutting-edge tools and knowledge to understand and mitigate your project risk.
- Manage Projects
- Project Labor Forecaster®
- Manage Labor
- Manage Wages
- Measure Productivity
- Market Intelligence
- Market Resources
- Knowledge Center
Wage & Per Diem Projections
How will wages and per diems change over the next 3-5 years? How will this impact your project labor cost and how you compete for labor? This compensation projection and comprehensive analysis can be done for any state/region based on trends and/or economic forecast.
- Wage & Per Diem Analysis by state/region (Economic Forecast)
- Wage & Per Diem Analysis by state/region (Trend Analysis)
The 20/20 Foresight Report
Uncertainty is the enemy of effective project planning, creating high project risk. The 20/20 Foresight Report online resource is updated constantly by our skilled analysts and economists to help you visualize supply/demand information and understand the economics of construction labor market risk. This market intelligence is a must-have resource for any stakeholder.
- National and regional macroeconomic construction perspective
- Economic indices and construction employment tracking and context
- Dynamic supply/demand shortage rankings (Base-to-Peak) by state/region and craft
- Skilled worker age and retirement trends by craft discipline
- Quarterly analysis on the impact of oil/gas prices on construction
Personalized Analysis & Service
In addition to our robust online tools, reports and data, we work with clients in tailored ways to ensure specific analytical needs are met. Request customized, detailed labor market analysis targeting specific states/regions, crafts, data, etc. Common requests include:
- Custom dashboard and/or report displays
- Custom Project Labor Forecaster® algorithms specific to client’s unique projects
- Personalized service, analytics and reporting where we do all the work for you
- Construction management supply/demand analysis
- Single project risk analysis and validation
- Resources for downsized construction organizations
The CLMA® Application Features
- User friendly project management in a confidential and collaborative environment
- Visualization of skilled labor supply/demand to understand risk and imbalances
- Actionable labor data for 49 crafts and 14 professional positions, up to 5 years out
- Economic analysis of the construction marketplace – updated continuously
- Wage and per diem projections for 3-5 years out
- Customized analytics, dashboards, and reporting solutions
- Quarterly reporting on oil and gas price impact on construction
- Much more…
Warning Signs Your Construction Project Is At Risk
Your career and the future of your company can depend on your ability to successfully and consistently deliver industrial construction projects safely, within budget and on time. The last thing you want is for your project to fall behind and face disruptions due to labor imbalances.
Few things can bring a project to a halt faster than labor shortages, which is why it’s imperative that you recognize the warning signs and mitigate or prevent them all together.
To help you with this, we’ve put together an eBook to help you to recognize and avoid labor risk on your construction project. Our eBook also covers exactly how these different types of risks can become long-term problems within your project if left unchecked.
Use our eBook to help further understand labor risks and to avoid slowdowns, delays, and costly mistakes in future projects.
Eddie Clayton // Southern Company
“It’s important to know which skilled craft and professional positions are in demand, especially in the long-term. If we know that the industry is short 50 engineers for projects scheduled three years out, we can start training them now. Labor outlooks provided by the CLMA® enable us to understand the demand and then we can decide if we need to ramp up existing training, or if we need to develop brand new training options.”
Matt Campbell // ABC Pelican Chapter
Chris Buckman //BMWC Constructors, Inc.
Chris Affuso // Praxair