Mayor RT Rybak’s 2011 budget address on 17 August 2010 have brought cheered Minnesota commercial construction. The mayor, speaking from Minneapolis City Hall, put a lot of stress on “growth.” He also rejected the popular belief that Minneapolis, locked in other municipalities on all sides, is perfectly developed.He recorded many areas capable of absorbing vast growth.
Earlier this year, John K. McIlwain, Senior Resident Fellow, Urban Land Institute, in a presentation to the trustees said, “old” normal “will not come back. Over time, a new mode of capital development will bring , presenting opportunities and stiff challenges. Those who do not understand these new trends will find themselves building what is no longer in demand. “
While one is to show the way forward and pointing towards potential growth for Minnesota commercial construction, warns other words, to be marked with Minnesota building contractors. The future will clearly be won by those who have used the recession to reinvent themselves to a “new normal.”
Consumer Behavior and Demographics
Trends indicate that the main drivers for new real estate development will be consumer behavior and demographics. At a time of scarce resources and increased competition, extensive planning with a focus on aggressive labor training are areas that Minnesota building contractors should focus.
The proposal to appoint a new director of transit-oriented development, Mayor Rybak again focused on the emerging trend of the development of real estate and current and future transport lines. However, experience has shown that employers, and the commercial does not necessarily follow this trend, there is a need to market performance-oriented establishments to private companies. The Minnesota commercial construction industry could use new ideas to develop large expanses of undeveloped commercial property lying adjacent to light rail stations.
nanotechnology materials and applications can be used to increase construction material properties and functions. Considering that 41 percent of all energy used in the US is consumed by commercial and residential structures, nanotechnology can help enormously in saving
several benefits of Manufactured Nanomaterials (MNMs) and nanocomposites :.
- Structural strength enhancement
- self-cleaning surface
- Abrasion resistance
- Biocides activity in coatings and paints
- Improved thermal management
- antibiotic properties
- Harvesting solar and other renewable energy
- MNMs can substitute for harmful pollutants environment, such as lead and mercury
However, research is still ongoing about the potential risk of pollution from MNMs. The industry is still gaining insight into the life cycles of these new materials and weigh the risks workers are exposed. Safety & Health Act Administration hosted Web Forum (August 16, 2010) to detect dangerous substances most in need of agency action. Yet one thing is clear -. Forward-thinking companies that stay current with new, secure technology will come out ahead
Word Earl Bakken, who in the early days of World War II launched Medtronic from a garage in northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota should encourage building contractors. “The greatest ideas, most innovative and most reforms,” he said, “have come out of times of great challenge.”