I grew up in the Bob Dylan era, and his songs are still relevant today. In the late 60s when he was first popular, we were in an unpopular war, there was developing uncertainty in the economy and we all knew that change was in the air, whether on the jobsite, on the streets of Chicago or in the Deep South.Well, here we are again and those Dylan lyrics are ringing in my ears. Now I know many of you who visit our site have no idea what I am talking about, but that is okay. Suffice it to say that it was tough (or so we thought at the time), the issues were complex and the future of the construction industry was shaky.Spin it however you want, we are again in a time of massive change in our industry and those of us who are not ready to meet the future “head on” are about to get slapped in the forehead with a large dose of reality. I don’t have to tell you that there are not enough jobs, projects or prospects; that the low-bid, no bid, lean and mean process that we live in every day right now is painful; but I did anyway.