The Executive Council on Construction Supply is a private think tank composed of leading independent construction suppliers throughout the U.S. and Canada, plus a select group of manufacturers, wholesalers, and service providers.
We’re not a roundtable; we don’t share financials. Our purpose is to study the marketplace, identify emerging opportunities, and develop strategies to capitalize on them.
Most of our members are market leaders, but size is not a criterion for membership. We simply look for the most forward-thinking, aggressive companies we can find. If they aren’t market leaders now, they will be soon.
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The Executive Council consists of three working groups. Each group holds a 2-1/2-day meeting each year. All members are welcome to participate in any or all of our working groups.
Unlike most conferences, more than half of our time is spent in breakout discussions with 12 to 15 participants, examining new ideas and exploring strategies.
We draw on partner organizations such as the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and John Burns Real Estate Consuling for expertise on the housing market, but when it comes to construction supply, the true experts are our members.
It's not easy to build relationships when you listen to speeches all day, network over cocktails for an hour, then get turned loose for dinner on your own.
We don't do that. We're together from the opening reception until the final wrap-up. You'll have time to get to know people, build trust, and set the foundation for a long-term working relationship.
Major issues and trends in housing and the economy, strategies, tactics, and best practices for construction suppliers
Who attends: Owners, officers, senior executives
Estimated attendees: 120 - 130
Issues, trends, and strategies unique to the production housing, multifamily, and light commercial markets.
Who attends: Owners, officers, senior executives, manufacturing and construction services managers
Estimated attendees: 50 - 60
Strategies and best practices in human resource management.
Who attends: Human resource executives and managers, senior executives
Estimated attendees: 25 - 30
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY
The U.S. housing market is changing. Regular boom-bust cycles have given way to an intractable imbalance between supply and demand. That has made housing a prime target for equity capital and the effects have been mixed: an open exit door for independents and a jackpot for a lucky few, but also an environment that rewards the ability to raise money over the ability to earn it.
The competitive landscape is shifting as a result. To some that’s a threat; to others, an opportunity. If you believe you’re facing the opportunity of a lifetime, you’ll find your peers in the Executive Council on Construction Supply.