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Construction starts step back in September 2020

October 15, 2020By

Total construction starts dipped 18 percent in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $667.7 billion, essentially taking back August’s gain.

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Construction starts post solid gain in August 2020

September 18, 2020By

Nonresidential building starts rose 16 percent and residential building climbed 12 percent, while nonbuilding construction jumped 40 percent over the month.

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Is the 2020 recession technically over?

August 28, 2020By

Richard Branch, chief economist at Dodge Data & Analytics, says yes and explains why this is the case. Branch also offers a look ahead to what the nation’s economic recovery could look like.

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Why the nature of commercial construction is changing

August 6, 2020By

Dodge Data & Analytics’ Richard Branch offers a look ahead in commercial construction while sharing two indicators for the greater construction market that he’ll be keeping an eye on in the weeks to come.

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What’s happening with public works projects?

July 31, 2020By

Although Dodge Data & Analytics initially projected a 4 percent increase in public works construction for 2020, the firm is downgrading its forecast for this sector for the remainder of the year.

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Dodge Data names CEO

June 22, 2020By

According to Dodge, new CEO Dan McCarthy has a track record of more than 25 years in leadership, talent development and strategic focus.

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ABB Motors and Mechanical Safety

March 5, 2020By

Uptime and productivity are critical to an operation’s success, but success means leaving work in the same condition in which you arrived.

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2018 Dodge Construction Outlook calls for growth

November 2, 2017By

The Dodge outlook report predicts deceleration but continued growth, reflecting a mixed pattern by project type.

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