Delays are aggravating. The rescheduled flight or late train causes frustration. Rising to the top of the list – the unfinished economic recovery from COVID-19. In 2021, strong fiscal growth paused due to the rapid spread of the delta and omicron variants. Added to that was pandemic-related fallout from a hampered supply chain and unexpectedly high inflation. While such variables continue to loom, indicators are showing a full economic recovery in late 2022. The construction industry will bounce back more slowly, but recent outlooks show gains in every sector. If patience is a virtue, we should reap its rewards this year. Read more about the 2022 Construction Outlook from Electrical Contractors magazine by clicking here.