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Many contractors concerned about longer-term impacts of COVID-19 crisis, according to...

New study shows that two-thirds of the industry is already experiencing project delays, 87% expect to see their businesses impacted in the next three...

US construction starts move lower in January

Total construction starts in the U.S slipped 6% from December to January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $759.2 billion, according to Dodge Data...

Commercial and multifamily construction starts accelerated in top metro areas in...

New York, Washington DC, and Los Angeles top the list with robust construction levels The value of commercial and multifamily construction starts in the top...

Dodge Momentum Index starts 2020 on the downside

The Dodge Momentum Index fell 2.7% in January to 152.5 (2000=100) from the revised December reading of 156.7, snapping a four-month streak of gains....

Mayors to presidential candidates: Let’s talk infrastructure

Latest Menino Survey of Mayors from Boston University Initiative on Cities, supported by Citi Community Development and The Rockefeller Foundation, also Addresses Opportunity Zones,...

Global spending in construction to reach $17.5tn by 2030, says new...

Global spending in construction is expected to reach $17.5 trillion by 2030, with China, the US, and India leading the way and accounting for 57% of all global...

Dodge Momentum Index increases in November

The Dodge Momentum Index moved 2.9% higher in November to 155.3 (2000=100) from the revised October reading of 150.9. The Momentum Index, issued by Dodge...

U.S commercial building construction starts rise 4 per cent in January

U.S new construction starts increased by 2 per cent in January compared to December, reached $722.5 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. In...

US commercial and multifamily construction starts reach $212.4 billion

According to the Dodge Data & Analytics, commercial and multifamily construction starts increased by 4 percent to $212.4 billion in 2018. At the New York...

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