From all of us here at Wolfe Law Group, LLC and ConstructionLawMonitor.com, we would like to wish happy holidays to all. This is the time of year where we look back and reflect on the past twelve months and give thanks to all the good (and bad) that has transpired. Its a time to learn from the successes and the failures of the year and grow wiser and stronger.
In looking ahead, there are good things to come in 2013. Growth and expansion are on the horizon. The promise of new opportunity coupled with the solidification of past relationships makes for a great transition into the new year.
The week between Christmas and New Years is typically a slow one for the legal and construction industries. Although, many projects rarely see breaks, this is a time when many companies take a look at the year that was, and reflect on all of the good, bad and ugly. Then look to the year that will be so that it can be made better than the last.
For most of us 2011 was a rebounding year or even a rebuilding year. The economy has leveled out (somewhat) and the public sector is pushing the construction industry forward. There is money starting to move in the private markets which will make way for projects into 2012.
I am optimistic for the year to come and feel like things are moving in the right direction for the construction industry. For those companies who have weathered the storm, hopefully good days lie ahead. For those who did not make it, there will be other opportunities where wise decisions will manifest from woeful past experience.
So from all of us here at the Wolfe Law Group we like to wish all of our clients, readers, followers, friends and family the happiest of holidays. Best of luck into the new year, may exciting times lie ahead.