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Dodge: Construction starts up 4 percent in May

June 17, 2022By

Total construction starts rose in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $979.5 billion, according to Dodge Construction Network.

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FMI's George Reddin visits with Pit & Quarry. Photo: P&Q Staff

Sponsored: FMI’s Reddin breaks down activity in different construction markets

March 2, 2021By and

FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin discusses how the residential, nonresidential and nonbuilding construction markets are faring.

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Aggregate Forecast: The V-shaped recovery continues

November 3, 2020By

With the $3 trillion stimulus and interest rates at record lows, the field is set for above 4 percent GDP growth over the next six months.

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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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With five of the nation’s 13 most populous cities residing in Texas, demand for construction materials in the Lone Star State is, not surprisingly, very high. Photo: Art Wager/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

SC Market Analytics adjusts aggregate forecast

September 3, 2020By

Projections for aggregate consumption in 2021-22 are now higher, largely due to a sharper spike in new home construction.

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Forecasting aggregate demand in the months, years ahead

April 6, 2020By

S-C Market Analytics’ David Chereb offers his latest Aggregate Forecast, sharing the questions that factor into his decision-making while offering a rundown for residential, nonresidential and nonbuilding construction.

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Dodge Data economist weighs in on coronavirus’ potential impact

March 20, 2020By

According to Dodge Data & Analytics’ Richard Branch, the good news for the industry heading into the pandemic is that construction starts were stable.

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Construction starts down 6 percent in January 2020

February 21, 2020By

Residential building starts fell 8 percent, nonresidential building lost 6 percent and nonbuilding starts moved 2 percent lower.

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