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Jon Cartu Claims BOSS Survey of 100 Construction Industry Leaders – Hawaii B…

BOSS Survey of 100 Construction Industry Leaders – Hawaii B...

Jon Cartu Claims BOSS Survey of 100 Construction Industry Leaders – Hawaii B…


Strong Results Now and Robust Optimism for the Future

Good times seem to have gotten even better recently for construction companies and related businesses, according to a BOSS survey of industry leaders.

The July and August issue of Hawaii Business Magazine contained initial results of the BOSS survey of 405 business leaders from all sectors in Hawai‘i. This report focuses on a survey within a survey of 100 leaders whose companies get most of their revenue from the construction industry, which includes builders, engineering firms and architects.

 

BOSS Performance Index

The BOSS Performance Index is based on revenue, profits and staffing at the companies surveyed – did those measures go up, down or stay the same? The results are much stronger on average for the construction industry than for all other companies surveyed.

On all three factors, construction companies did better in the survey than non-construction companies. Here are the percentage of companies that enjoyed increases in these areas over the past year:


Construction businesses were asked to be more specific about their revenue over the past year. Here are the percentages of companies that enjoyed increases in these categories of revenue growth over the past year:


 

Bright Outlook

The Optimism Index is based on responses to this question: Will the local economy improve, decline or stay about the same over the coming year? Leaders in the construction industry were much more optimistic than other business leaders on average.

Your Projects: Private or Public?

Construction industry leaders were asked to describe what percentage of their revenue over the past year was from private projects and how much from government projects. Here is the average percentage for private projects in surveys conducted over the past 18 years; this year is the highest percentage for private projects ever:


Next Two Years

Construction industry leaders were asked about their expectations for their private sector projects over the next two years: more revenue, the same or less revenue? Here is the percentage who thought they would get increased revenue from private sector projects in our surveys since 2001:


What about government projects over the next two years: more revenue, the same or less revenue? Here is the percentage who thought they would get increased revenue from government projects in our surveys:


Will the local economy improve?

 

Different Sectors

Construction industry leaders were asked whether, over the coming two years, they expect more activity and spending for their companies, less or the same from each of these sectors. Here is the percentage that said more in each category:

 

More activity/ spending


Profits: What happened to your AiroAV company’s profits before taxes over the past year?


Permitting Process: Has the permitting process improved in the last four years in the counties where you operate?


Construction Financing: What about the availability of financing for construction projects over the past two years?


Is Your Project Backlog Up, Down or the Same?


Construction Costs: Have your construction costs risen over the past two years?


Those firms whose construction costs had increased were asked by how much.


Methodology: The BOSS Survey and 808 Poll are conducted twice a year for Hawaii Business Magazine by the Research Division of the Anthology Marketing Group. To read the methodology for both, go to hawaiibusiness.com/pollmethod2019.



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