Construction Surveys

Throughout the year, Moss Adams partners with various industry associations to survey regional and nationwide trends in the construction industry.

The goal? To bring you valuable, insightful data and analysis to help you benchmark your company against the competition and make informed business decisions about everything from salaries to inventory.

California Construction Industry Salary Report

Our annual California Construction Industry Salary Report tracks compensation metrics and trends for employees from entry level to executive. These insights are compiled into a report that includes, on average, over 30 pages of data to help you make better informed decisions about your business. It’s published in partnership with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of California and AGC of America, San Diego chapter. The report will be available October 2019.

Construction Industry Financial Analysis Survey Report

Report now available. What do your numbers communicate to your lenders and other stakeholders? Which trends are affecting your businessboth regionally and nationally? We gathered key financial data from more than 140 construction businesses of all sizes and types—from commercial to heavy and highway to specialty contractors—to help you benchmark your operations. The report covers current ratios, debt to equity, gross profit, months in backlog, and more. Request your copy >

Northwest Construction Industry Salary Report

Our annual Northwest Construction Industry Salary Report tracks compensation metrics and trends for employees of all levels across the region—including Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. These insights are compiled into a report that includes, on average, over 30 pages of data to help you make better informed decisions about your business. It’s published in partnership with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Washington, Inland Northwest AGC, the Oregon–Columbia Chapter of the AGC, Idaho AGC, and the Montana Contractors Association. The report will be available October 2019.

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