2018 Georgia Construction Outlook by Scott Hazy of Bennett Thrasher Inc.
The Second Annual Georgia Construction Outlook Survey indicates that nearly 78 percent of the state’s privately held construction companies project a revenue increase over the prior year. The survey was conducted by Bennett Thrasher, one of the country’s largest full-service certified public accounting and consulting firms, in cooperation with Kennesaw State University’s College of Construction Management.
The results will be presented by Scott Hazy and Tom Jollay, Bennett Thrasher’s Construction Practice Co-Leaders. One hundred fifty-four companies responded to the online survey, the purpose of which is to provide specific bench marking data of the state’s general contractors and subcontractors. That number is nearly double the number that participated in the previous year’s study. Georgia is home to 9,600 privately held construction companies.