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Tag: Construction Backlog Indicator

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ABC: Nonresidential construction spending dips in August

October 3, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) says nonresidential construction spending totaled $859.3 billion for the month.

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ABC: Construction backlog steady, confidence up in August

September 14, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors’ (ABC) Construction Backlog Indicator saw no change in August, while the Construction Confidence Index grew.

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ABC: Construction backlog, confidence down in June

July 13, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) says both its Construction Backlog Indicator and Construction Confidence Index dipped last month.

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ABC: Construction backlogs, input prices up; contractor confidence down

June 15, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) report its Construction Backlog Indicator was up in May, while its Construction Confidence Index was down.

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ABC: Construction backlogs up, confidence down among contractors in April

May 12, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) say its Construction Backlog Indicator was up in April while its Construction Confidence Index dipped.

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ABC: Construction backlogs up, confidence down in March 2022

April 12, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors’ Construction Backlog Indicator was up while the Construction Confidence Index was down in March.

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ABC: Construction employment exceeds pre-pandemic levels

April 1, 2022By

The construction industry added 19,000 jobs in March, according to the Associated Builders & Contractors, pushing employment above pre-pandemic levels.

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ABC: Construction Backlog Indicator unchanged in February

March 15, 2022By

The Associated Builders & Contractors’ (ABC) Construction Backlog Indicator remained unchanged at eight months in February, according to an ABC member survey.

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