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Tag: nonresidential construction

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Dodge Data: Construction starts end 2020 on sour note

January 19, 2021By

Broad-based weakness pulled construction starts lower in December, Dodge Data & Analytics reports.

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Report: Construction employment up in December 2020

January 8, 2021By

Construction employment increased by 51,000 jobs in December, according to an analysis of government data by the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Dodge Momentum Index ends 2020 on high note

January 8, 2021By

The Dodge Momentum Index was up more than 9 percent in December. For 2020, it lost nearly 5 percent.

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AGC: Construction spending up in November 2020, but gains uneven

January 4, 2021By

Residential construction jumped 2.6 percent while private and public nonresidential construction dropped 0.6 percent, according to the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

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Dodge Data: November a mixed month for construction starts

December 16, 2020By

Dodge Data & Analytics reports that weakness in residential and nonbuilding activity overwhelmed strength in nonresidential building.

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Construction sector adds jobs in November

December 4, 2020By

Still, the Associated General Contractors of America warns that project cancellations and looming Paycheck Protection Program tax bills will undercut future job gains.

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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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Breaking down US construction markets

November 12, 2020By

Construction markets have been inconsistent during the pandemic, with certain segments thriving while others struggle. Ken Simonson of the Associated General Contractors of America explains the divide.

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