2022 Building Opportunity Conference

Join us for our annual Building Opportunity Conference for insight into trends and economic changes shaping the future of the built world.

The ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are still prevalent today, causing far reaching impacts and challenges. Major influences—including inflation, economic uncertainty, rising interest rates, and a challenging labor market—leave organizations questioning how they should brace for change. Our multiday virtual conference will cover relevant topics to help organizations prepare for the future and seize opportunity during turbulent times.

Explore the latest developments expected to impact various industries within the built world and listen to thought-provoking presentations featuring industry leaders, economic experts, and futurists as they discuss unfolding events and strategies to navigate change.

Conference attendance is complimentary.


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The Future of Cities and Urban Planning

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, work-from-anywhere is here to stay. Learn how migration trends, workforce changes, and real estate shifts are shaping the future of cities and urban planning.


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Economic Update: Where We Are in the Business Cycle

Understanding the business cycle is key to help you make informed, data-driven decisions. Learn how the mix between inflation, interest rates, and the economy help indicate where we are in the business cycle.


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The Future Economy: Opportunities for Growth

The world is likely to see more economic change in the next five years than we’ve seen in the recent past. Discover how innovation, policy changes, societal shifts, and more affect the economy and drive opportunities for businesses.


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How to Attract and Retain Talent in the Built World

With more than 47 million workers quitting their jobs in 2021 alone, companies have had to contend with constrained talent pools. Explore strategies to combat labor shortage challenges and learn how you can attract and retain top industry talent.


National Practice Leader