The Memphis construction and construction management industry has been hit hard by the ongoing construction slowdown.
In recent weeks, there has been a steady reduction in the number of construction workers in the Memphis area.
The industry has not only been impacted by the construction slowdown, but also by the impact of Hurricane Matthew.
With the weather and the storm forecasted to continue, many companies are considering layoffs, which have not yet started in Memphis.
Some companies are already thinking about their future plans, but others are considering a major reorganization.
It is important to note that the Memphis building industry is the largest in the US, with a population of around 1.3 million.
However, there are a few factors that have resulted in the construction industry slowing down.
Firstly, the construction of new projects is becoming more difficult as a result of the construction downturn.
Secondly, a lot of projects have been cancelled or delayed, which has put pressure on the local and national construction industries.
Thirdly, there have been some major events which have affected the industry, such as the flooding in Houston, which led to the closure of the Port of Houston.
Finally, the storm, which hit the Gulf Coast in August, has caused the industry to be on the defensive and the industry is not receiving the same amount of money that it has been receiving over the past few months.
This has been compounded by a reduction in local and federal funding.
When the construction economy slowed down, some companies had to consider a reorganization, such that they could continue to compete in the market.
According to a recent report by the Memphis Development Corporation, there is a strong need for more business, which is why it is important for the industry and companies to work together to increase the number and size of their employees.