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More NY projects are breaking ground, so we asked Tarter Krinsky & Drogin construction practice group co-chair David Pfeffer for some trends shaping the industry. He'll moderate our Bisnow NY Construction & Development event on Nov. 2 at the NY Bar Association, but here's a taste of what's to come.
David Pfeffer
Agreements between unions and construction managers are increasing for large projects in NYC, minimizing labor disruptions by controlling time worked, wages, striking rights, and other factors (like unions deciding to dress like zombies and protest Wall St?), David tells us. The agreements are common in government construction but are making their way into private projects. Municipal projects like infrastructure, education, and medical buildings are also on the upswing, helping to spur the economy. And many stalled projects are back on track as new developers take over projects to finish them, he says. Want to learn more? Join David, NY Building Congress prezRichard Anderson, Columbia University facilities' Joe Ienuso, and ConEd's Dave Pospisil. Plenty of networking, too! Sign up here.