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Dodge Momentum Index back up in September 2021

October 12, 2021By

September’s gains were buoyed by increases in both commercial and institutional planning, up 13 and 8 percent, respectively.

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AGC: Construction spending stalls between July and August

October 4, 2021By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says a decrease in nonresidential projects is negating ongoing growth in residential work.

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Dodge Momentum Index loses steam in June 2021

July 8, 2021By

A pullback in commercial and institutional planning ended a six-month string of gains, Dodge Data & Analytics reports.

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PCA forecasts cement consumption by region

June 15, 2021By

The Portland Cement Association (PCA) released cement consumption projections for the Northeast, Central, West and Southeast regions.

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AGC: Construction spending slips in February 2021

April 1, 2021By

Shrinking demand, soaring costs and supply delays are threatening construction project completion dates and finances, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) reports.

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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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AGC: Construction spending up in November 2020, but gains uneven

January 4, 2021By

Residential construction jumped 2.6 percent while private and public nonresidential construction dropped 0.6 percent, according to the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

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AGC: Nonresidential construction ‘continuing to slide’

December 1, 2020By

Residential construction was up in October, but private and public nonresidential spending remained flat over the month while declining 3.7 percent from October 2019, according to the Association of General Contractors (AGC).

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