Nonresidential Construction Outlays Drop in March for Fourth-Straight Month as Weak Demand, Supply Chain Woes Make Further Declines Likely

May 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Nonresidential Construction Outlays Drop in March for Fourth-Straight Month as Weak Demand, Supply Chain Woes Make Further Declines Likely

Construction Officials Say New Infrastructure Investments, Tariff Relief for Key Construction Materials are Needed to Help Contractors Cope with Continued [...]

Record Jump in Material Prices and Supply Chain Disruptions Threaten Construction Firms’ Ability to Complete Vital Nonresidential Projects

April 9th, 2021|Comments Off on Record Jump in Material Prices and Supply Chain Disruptions Threaten Construction Firms’ Ability to Complete Vital Nonresidential Projects

New Producer Price Index Data Shows Costs Outstripping Contractors’ Bid Prices as Firms Cope with Growing Delivery Delays, Limited Supplies [...]

CONSTRUCTION SPENDING DIVERGES IN DECEMBER WITH SLUMP IN PRIVATE NONRESIDENTIAL SECTOR, MIXED PUBLIC WORK, AND BOOM IN HOMEBUILDING

February 1st, 2021|Comments Off on CONSTRUCTION SPENDING DIVERGES IN DECEMBER WITH SLUMP IN PRIVATE NONRESIDENTIAL SECTOR, MIXED PUBLIC WORK, AND BOOM IN HOMEBUILDING

Demand for Nonresidential Construction and Public Works Will Decline Amid Ongoing Pandemic Concerns, Worsening State and Local Budgets as Association [...]

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