Audio Podcast Commercial Real Estate for the Coming Manufacturing Supercycle Duration 00:25:23 hrs/min/sec View or Stream By Listen in as Rosemary Coates and Stephanie Rodriguez , the U.S. National Director of Industrial Services at Colliers, discuss the impact on supply chain in selecting the right commercial real estate. Rosemary Coates , Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute, hosts this episode of The Frictionless Supply Chain. In this episode, Stephanie Rodriguez discusses the requirements that go into selecting commercial buildings for businesses. So many of the requirements include aspects of supply chain and logistics that it is very important for supply chain professionals to have input into the decision, particularly with the coming manufacturing supercycle. The U.S. government’s investment dollars in manufacturing are coming from the three enormous funding bills passed by Congress in the past two years. This money is fueling the expected manufacturing supercycle requiring new facilities. Things like enough space around the shipping docs for delivery trucks, 18-wheelers, and container trucks to back in, ceiling heights to accommodate racking, high-speed and redundant internet connections, are just a few of the potential building requirements. Access to highways, rail heads, airports, and seaports are a few more considerations. For these reasons, supply chain people need to be involved in commercial real estate decisions. To learn more about commercial real estate, contact Stephanie Rodriguez at www.Colliers.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and Rosemary Coates at rcoates@ReshoringInstitute.org Supply Chain Management Review’s podcast is part of the Supply Chain 24/7 Podcast channel. Subscribe via iTunes or Google Podcasts . Subscribe via RSS or download an MP3 or media file (right click). View or Stream Subscribe to Supply Chain Management Review Magazine! Subscribe today. Don’t Miss Out! Get in-depth coverage from industry experts with proven techniques for cutting supply chain costs and case studies in supply chain best practices. Start Your Subscription Today!