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The Construction Industry Research and Policy Center (CIRPC) is a unit of the College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee.  Construction Resource Analysis, the predecessor of the center, was an outgrowth of continuing efforts beginning with Secretary of Labor John Dunlop in 1975 to obtain more accurate information about the construction industry in order to enhance the operation of various government programs concerned with construction.

Historically, the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment Standards Administration, with support from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Tennessee Valley Authority, funded development of a system of econometric models and databases to provide detailed information, both historical and current, on construction activity for each county in the nation.  This system was the foundation of Construction Resources Analysis, established in 1981 at the University of Tennessee, and continues with the Construction Industry Research and Policy Center created in 2001.  

CIRPC is organized into the following functional units:

Especially regarding work in the area of construction safety and health, CIRPC collaborates with staff, faculty, and students from several University departments as well as outside entities such as Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), and Amerisure Insurance Company.


Construction Industry Research & Policy Center ~ 202 Stokely Management Center ~ 916 Volunteer Boulevard ~ Knoxville, TN 37996-0520   
Phone: 865-974-4422 ~ Fax: 865-545-4193 ~ E-Mail: cirpc@utk.edu

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