2021 Building & Infrastructure Conference Recap: Six Trends Impacting the Industry

Published by L.E.K. Consulting on December 16, 2021. L.E.K. Consulting and Lincoln International recently co-hosted the 13th annual Building & Infrastructure Conference in New York City, New York. More than 120 construction… Read More

2020 Building Products Perspectives and Trends

Due to COVID-19, Lincoln International and L.E.K. Consulting had to cancel the annual Building & Infrastructure Conference for 2020. Our hope is that we can host you again in the… Read More

Webinar | Digital Strategy: The Next Tool in UK Building Products Distribution

COVID-19 has had a profound effect on the building products sector, forcing changes to distribution strategies and contractor behaviours, and accelerating long-term trends towards a digital future. As businesses adjust… Read More

Webinar | Digital Strategy: The Next Tool in UK Building Products Distribution

On November 5, the UK entered a new lockdown. Effective until December 2, pubs, restaurants, non-essential shops, and entertainment venues are closed—and there are steep fines for those that do… Read More

Global Healthcare Group at Lincoln International: Strong Foundation & Deal Flow

Team completed numerous high profile deals in 2018 taking global deal count to 80 since 2015 2018 was another strong year for Lincoln’s growing global Healthcare Group. Continued innovation, technology driven… Read More

Global Industrials Group Ranks #1 for Sell-Side Transactions Again in 2018

Lincoln International’s Global Industrials Group finished 2018 with 73 sell-side deals, keeping it at the top of Mergermarket’s industrials league table for a second consecutive year. The group led all firms… Read More

Building & Infrastructure Market Update Q2 2018

The Lincoln building products index has traded at a premium to the S&P 500 for the last nine years as investors have been willing to pay for the anticipated earnings… Read More

Building & Infrastructure Market Update Q2 2017

The relationship between existing home sales and remodeling growth is expected to be less pronounced in 2017 due to homeowners staying in current homes and spending more on remodeling to… Read More

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