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Dodge Momentum Index up in March 2022

April 7, 2022By

The Dodge Momentum Index was up 4 percent last month to 166.9, according to Dodge Construction Network.

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Dodge Momentum Index back on upward track

March 8, 2022By

The Dodge Momentum Index bounced back in February following three consecutive months of declines.

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Dodge Momentum Index at 14-year high

November 5, 2021By

The value of nonresidential building projects entering planning staged a solid recovery this fall following a near-moribund summer of activity.

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Dodge Momentum Index up to start 2021

February 5, 2021By

Institutional and commercial planning are at odds, with institutional hitting its lowest level since the momentum index first began and commercial at its highest level since before the Great Recession.

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Dodge Momentum Index posts dip in October 2020

November 6, 2020By

Dodge Data & Analytics’ index slipped 1.8 percent last month. The commercial component lost momentum while the institutional component gained.

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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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Commercial projects thrust Dodge Momentum Index upward

August 10, 2020By

Dodge Data & Analytics’ monthly index measuring nonresidential building projects in planning was up for the first time in 2020 in the month of July.

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Nonresidential building plans ease back in March 2020

April 6, 2020By

According to Dodge Data & Analytics, it is still very early in the coronavirus pandemic and March’s data would not fully capture any potential impact of the pandemic on construction planning.

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