Webinar to look at construction-related challenges

The webinar will analyze the construction sector’s trends and the best ways to deal with growing costs in the present moment, using commercial strategies and solutions applied to concrete case studies and examples. 
Economics
24 June 2021
Webinar to look at construction-related challenges

The construction sector has been experiencing rising prices since September 2020. Surveys carried out by Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Brazilian Institute of Economics (FGV IBRE) reflect this growth in the sector’s inflation and show that these significant increases in a short space of time may cause major organizational disruption. As FGV IBRE’s price indexes are based on a 12-month weighted average, parameterized formulas offer a more accurate way to calculate the values of construction and design contracts, as they take into account each company’s cost composition. In this context, FGV IBRE will hold a webinar called “Construction: Strategies and Solutions to Get Through the Present Situation” on June 29, 2021, at 4 pm, on FGV’s YouTube channel. The event is free to attend.

The webinar will analyze the construction sector’s trends and the best ways to deal with growing costs in the present moment, using commercial strategies and solutions applied to concrete case studies and examples. The webinar is part of the Brazilian Institute of Economics’ 70th anniversary celebrations.

The following FGV IBRE professionals will take part in the debate: Arnaldo Gomes, customized index coordinator; André Braz, consumer price index coordinator; and Ana Maria Castelo, researcher and construction sector specialist. The moderator will be Pedro Guilherme Costa Ferreira, FGV IBRE’s innovation and markets superintendent.

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