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Dodge Data & Analytics

Construction starts up 37 percent in November 2019

December 18, 2019By

By major sector, nonbuilding starts climbed 82 percent higher over the month while nonresidential starts improved 61 percent. Residential starts, meanwhile, were flat from October to November.

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New construction starts decline in October 2019

November 18, 2019By

The October statistics lowered the Dodge Index to 147, compared to 166 in September, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.

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New construction starts drop 5 percent in September 2019

October 17, 2019By

This marks the second consecutive monthly decline in construction starts, following a 6 percent pullback in August, Dodge Data & Analytics reports.

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CRH Americas Materials experiences first-quarter 2019 progress

April 26, 2019By

Aggregate and asphalt volumes were ahead of 2018 due to milder weather in the certain regions, the company reports.

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February 2019 construction starts drop 3 percent

March 25, 2019By

New construction starts in February dropped 3 percent from the previous month, according to Dodge Data & Analytics, to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of $697.4 billion.

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Dodge Momentum Index nearing 10-year high

July 11, 2018By

The Dodge Momentum Index continues to trend upward, growing by 0.8 percent in June to 165.5.

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How Summit Materials performed in 2017

February 15, 2018By

Summit Materials released its 2017 year-end and fourth-quarter results. Find out how the construction materials producer fared.

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Martin Marietta achieved record earnings in 2017

February 13, 2018By

Martin Marietta reports that its building materials revenues in 2017 were about $3.69 billion, up about 3.7 percent from the mark achieved in 2016.

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Dodge Momentum Index slips in August

September 8, 2017By

The Dodge Momentum Index moved lower in August, falling 2.4 percent to 129.1 (2000=100) from its revised July reading of 132.2.

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