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Report: Construction spending up to start 2021

March 2, 2021By

Construction spending improved 1.7 percent in January to a total of $1.52 trillion, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Construction employment stalls in January 2021

February 9, 2021By

Construction employment hit a wall in January, ending eight months of recovery from the pandemic-related losses of early 2020.

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Ken Simonson of AGC visits with P&Q. Photo: P&Q Staff

Sponsored: AGC economist weighs in on a 2021 infrastructure bill

February 9, 2021By and

The Associated General Contractors of America’s chief economist discusses the likelihood of an major infrastructure bill passing this year and when we may see it.

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Report: Construction employment down in most metros in 2020

February 4, 2021By

Only 37 percent of U.S. metros added construction jobs last year, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Photo: P&Q Staff

Sponsored: Employment as an indicator of the industry’s health

February 3, 2021By and

The Associated General Contractors of America’s chief economist discusses construction employment, providing insights on hiring approaches for 2021.

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Ken Simonson of AGC visits with P&Q. Photo: P&Q Staff

Sponsored: The year ahead for construction

February 2, 2021By and

The Associated General Contractors of America’s chief economist reflects on 2020 activity in private nonresidential and public construction while looking to the challenges and opportunities awaiting contractors.

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Will Congress commit $1 trillion toward infrastructure? Photo: iStock.com/kozmoat98

Construction spending mixed based on latest AGC findings

February 1, 2021By

Residential construction continues to grow, but the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says downturns in private construction and mixed results in public construction call for new recovery measures.

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The backlog of infrastructure needs is enormous, even though the totals thrown about are unrealistic, says SC-MA’s David Chereb. Demand for aggregate in the nonbuilding category remains the greatest. Demand will only grow more in the coming years. Photo: iStock.com/TerryJ

Report: Construction employment below pre-pandemic levels in most states

January 26, 2021By

Texas lost the most construction jobs between February 2020 and December 2020, followed by New York, Florida and New Jersey, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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