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Revisiting Our Favorite Blogs of 2022, and Looking Ahead to 2023!

During the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our success possible here at McCausland Inc. It is in this spirit that we say thank you and extend our best wishes to you for the holidays and New Year.

We’ve been lucky enough to have a great year at McCausland, where we’ve been busy both on the job site - and on the blog!


For our final blog post of 2022, we thought it would be fun to revisit some of our most popular posts, based on what you, our readers, found most interesting and valuable.



Included below are our top 4 blogs, in terms of readership and engagement. We hope you enjoy and we look forward to reconnecting in the New Year!


We’re starting off strong with our most popular post of the year! This Q&A digs deep into trends in industrial real estate, with a strong focus on ‘last mile’ trends in Philadelphia. The last mile refers to the last leg of the supply chain before a product meets its final destination, so these facilities are often located in urban or high-density areas to reach the maximum population. Read on for more on the last mile and other trends our region can expect to emerge in the coming years.


We think about the skilled labor shortage a lot here at McCausland Inc. We wrote about it most recently in November focusing on opportunities with pre-apprenticeship programs. In this summer blog post that we are highlighting now, I share more about my path in this career, including the opportunities afforded to me, challenges I faced, and how they relate to the experience young people can expect as they launch their careers today.


Earlier this year we completed a 5000 square foot renovation of premier Class A commercial office space for East Bay Merchant Capital Partners. Read on for a complete case study highlighting some of the unique pandemic-era supply chain challenges we faced, but more importantly, the after photos featuring custom moldings, custom millwork, specialty glazing, and more.


While ecommerce is responsible for much of the demand for industrial space, placing all of the responsibility there is too simplistic. The growth in ecommerce over the past few years is highly visible, but some micro and macro trends have also converged to further boost the incredible demand for industrial space, which many expect will continue for years to come.

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