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Ed Zarenski, sole proprietor of Construction Analytics consulting, provides construction economic analysis tailored to meet the client’s needs on a range of construction topics, including:

  • Construction Cost Inflation
  • National and MSA market trends
  • Forecasting Market Sector Activity
  • Labor Planning

A sampling of some Construction Economic Outlook Presentations:

American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC July 2012
Project Management Institute, NH June 2013
Dodge Data MHC National Sales Team, Washington, DC Oct 2013
Associated General Contractors NH, Dec 2013

Georgia Tech Civil Engineering, Atlanta, GA Mar 2014

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Civil Engineering, Worcester, MA 2014-15-16-17
Advancing Preconstruction & Estimating – Workshop, 2017-19-20
Advancing Preconstruction & Estimating – Plenary, 2018-19-20-21-22

American Society of  Professional Estimators Nat’l. Summit 2021-22

Presentations to private firms not listed.

Construction Analytics can provide your organization with a powerful presentation of the current economic outlook in construction. Here’s a sample of the 2021 PP.


Construction Analytics reports have been referenced by construction firms, universities, real estate developers, educators, investment firms, school boards and other public agencies. A google search for ed zarenski will show scores of publications and media have referenced Construction Analytics  articles.

Construction Analytics has appeared in interviews by Bloomberg TV and ConstructechTV and has been widely quoted in Bloomberg News,  Washington Post Business,  WaPo Fact Checker,  Financial Times,  CNBC, New York Times,   Marketwatch Economy,  Newsweek,  Los Angeles TimesNew York Magazine, strategy+business,  Yahoo!Finance,  STEEL Market UpdateConstructiondive,  BuildZoom, Ontario Construction News and a host of other blogs and news sources.

Join a growing list of people/firms who get their construction economic information here. In 2019, this blog attracted more than 5,000 visitors a month who generated over 10,000 article views a month. More recently 2,000 visitors/week are viewing 4,000 articles/week. Nearly 1,000 internet search queries each month lead directly to this blog as a source to answer the question, and there is a library of links, especially regards inflation, by far the most widely searched topic. Most recently, “Construction Analytics – Economics Behind The Headlines” has reached over 400,000 visitors and more than 800,000 article views.

Who follows Construction Analytics? Here’s a few: AON, Atkore, Autodesk, Bechtel, Beck, Bloomberg, BLS Gov, Blue Book,  Bradley Corp, Canacord Genuity,  Chubb, Citigroup, Clark, ConstructionClasses, Dodge, Farmers, Fidelity, FMI, Georgia Tech, Gilbane, Granite, GSAgov, Hill International, I H S Markit, Intel, Jones Lang Lasalle, J P Morgan, KansasGov,  Marketwatch, Merchants Bonding, Miami OH EDU,  Mortenson, Nabholz, Neenah Enterprises, Ohio Dept Ed, Port Authority NY&NJ, Port Seattle, Raymond James, Rider Levitt Bucknall, Ryan Co, Shawmut, SimonCRE, Skanska, Sloan Valve, Structure Tone, ThompsonTurner, Turner, UBS, University of California, University of Florida, Virginia Tech, Walsh Construction, Washington Post, Whiting-Turner and Worcester Polytech Institute, among many others.

A note about property: All articles and graphics on this website are the property of  edzarenski.com and all intellectual property and copyright contained therein shall at all times remain the sole and exclusive property of edzarenski.com. You agree that under no circumstances, whether the product has been modified or not, shall you copy, have or attempt to claim ownership of any intellectual property rights or copyright of any product from this website. I appreciate it when you link to my articles. Don’t copy entire articles and paste them to your website.


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