CAM Releases the Building Michigan Podcast, Episode 8
Economic Forecast Highlights
Bloomfield Hills, MI (February 8th) – Episode #8 of the Construction Association of Michigan’s “Building Michigan” podcast series, features an interview with Danushka Nanayakkara-Skillington, NAHB Assistant Vice President for Forecasting and Analysis, and featured speaker for the upcoming February 16th Economic Forecast Breakfast.
CAM President, Kevin Koehler and Danushka discuss Labor shortages, inflation, material costs, and other headwinds dramatically impacting the residential and commercial construction markets in Michigan and nationwide.
Listen to this hot topic conversation and all of CAM’s “Building Michigan” podcast episodes at buildwithcam.com/podcast or on your favorite podcast platform.
Contact email@example.com for podcast sponsorship opportunities or with suggestions for future podcast topics. Each episode of the “Building Michigan” podcast, produced for Michigan’s construction industry by the Construction Association of Michigan, and sponsored by Priority Health, features current news and information regarding the latest construction techniques, methods and equipment, as well as economic updates and interviews with key people in Michigan's commercial construction industry.
Danushka Nanayakkara-Skillington is NAHB Assistant Vice President for Forecasting and Analysis. She oversees the activities of the Forecasting & Analysis section of the Economics group which includes housing market analysis, industry surveys, developing and maintaining national, regional, long-term, and remodeling expenditures forecasts. Before being promoted to Assistant Vice President, she worked at NAHB as a Senior Economist, responsible for state and local analysis. Prior to joining NAHB, Danushka worked at J.D. Power as a Senior Economic Analyst in the automotive industry. She holds a B.A. degree in Economics and Business Administration from Otterbein University and M.A. degree in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University.
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