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Tag: construction spending

AGCA

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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Report: Construction spending up, but so are cancellations, delays

November 2, 2020By

Construction spending in September improved 3 percent, but 75 percent of contractors have experienced delays or cancellations, according to an industry report.

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Dodge Momentum Index shows second consecutive rise

September 11, 2020By

Dodge Data & Analytics reported the second consecutive monthly rise in its Momentum Index, a sign that the construction sector is continuing to recover.

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AGC: Construction spending down four straight months

August 4, 2020By

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) provides insights on spending in June following an analysis of government data.

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SC-MA’s David Chereb expects total aggregate demand to grow significantly over the next few years. Nonbuilding will account for a good percentage of the growth. Photo by Zach Mentz

AGC: Construction spending down in May 2020

July 1, 2020By

A drop in private work outweighed a public pickup for the month, according to the Association of General Contractors (AGC).

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AGC: Construction spending shrinking, new financing needed

June 5, 2020By

As spending levels decline due to public agencies and private companies halting work, Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) officials warn the need for new investments is mounting significantly.

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U.S. construction spending declined 2.9 percent in April, according to the Department of Commerce.

U.S. construction spending drops in April 2020

June 2, 2020By

U.S. construction spending declined 2.9 percent in April to an adjusted annual rate of $1.346 trillion, according to the Commerce Department.

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Report: New pace to nonresidential construction as economy cools

September 17, 2019By

According to Marcum LLP, nonresidential construction outlays have failed to expand over the past year in real terms despite a surge in spending by state and local governments.

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