Tag: nonresidential building projects

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Dodge Momentum Index drops 8 percent in March

April 7, 2023 By

Says Dodge Construction Network’s Sarah Martin: “Lending standards for small banks in particular have substantially tightened as banking insecurity intensifies.”

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Dodge Momentum Index up in October

November 7, 2022 By

The Dodge Momentum Index increased nearly 10 percent in October and is 28 percent higher than in October 2021, according to Dodge Construction Network.

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Dodge Momentum Index up in March 2022

April 7, 2022 By

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 down again in August 2021

September 9, 2021 By

Dodge Data & Analytics says the index is down 3 percent from July, the third straight month of losses.

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Report: Good momentum for nonresidential sector

October 7, 2020 By

The Dodge Momentum Index was up nearly 4 percent in September, and it’s made steady upward progress since June of this year.

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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, 2020 By

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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Momentum builds again for nonresidential projects

November 11, 2014 By

The Dodge Momentum Index, a monthly measure of the first report for nonresidential building projects in planning, rose

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Nonresidential building segment gaining traction

March 11, 2013 By

The Dodge Momentum Index, the monthly measure of the first report for nonresidential building projects in planning, rose

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Dodge Momentum Index at highest mark in two-plus years

February 7, 2013 By

The Dodge Momentum Index rose for the second straight month in January, climbing 2.7 percent to 97.6 and

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