Davis Langdon Consumer Sentiment Findings September 2010


Since
the March release of the Davis Langdon Construction Sentiment Monitor, the September release of the Sentiment Index has inched up by two points to reach an index score of 63.

The
key findings from this quarter’s Davis Langdon Construction Sentiment Monitor
include:

skills shortages easing

workload expectations vary by State

Civil & Resource and Health sectors most likely to grow

access to finance remains greatest obstacle

industrial relations concerns rise

Davis
Langdon concludes that as the industry continues to face a recurring set of
obstacles and a mixed outlook in terms of workload. However, labour force
capacity constraints are not as prevalent and an encouraging proportion of
industry participants reported increased levels of new business from the
private sector.


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