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Dodge Momentum Index moves higher in June

Dodge Momentum Index moves higher in June

The Dodge Momentum Index grew 0.8 percent in June to 165.5 (2000=100) from the revised May reading of 164.2. The Momentum Index is a monthly…

January Construction Starts Slip 2 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

January Construction Starts Slip 2 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

Public Works Weakens, While Nonresidential Building Edges Up and Multifamily Housing Rebounds The value of new construction starts in January receded 2% to a seasonally…

The Dodge Momentum Index Ends the Year on a High Note

The Dodge Momentum Index Ends the Year on a High Note

The Dodge Momentum Index grew 3.6% in December to 153.9 from the revised November reading of 148.6. The Momentum Index is a monthly measure of…

October Construction Starts Fall 9 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

October Construction Starts Fall 9 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

Nonresidential Building Retreats After its September Surge New construction starts in October dropped 9% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $742.9 billion, pulling back…

July Construction Starts Increase 6 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

July Construction Starts Increase 6 Percent, Says Dodge Data & Analytics

Gains Reported for Public Works, Power Plants, Multifamily Housing, Healthcare Facilities The value of new construction starts in July advanced 6% from the previous month…

Inaugural Commercial Construction Index Indicates High Revenue and Employment Expectations for 2017

Inaugural Commercial Construction Index Indicates High Revenue and Employment Expectations for 2017

Commercial construction is in high demand across the country, and contractors are confident in the trajectory of the industry, according to the USG + U.S….

February Construction Starts Advance 2%, Public Works and Electric Utilities Strengthen

February Construction Starts Advance 2%, Public Works and Electric Utilities Strengthen

At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $706.4 billion, new construction starts in February rose 2 percent from the previous month, according to Dodge Data…

August Construction Starts Jump 21 Percent, Sharp Gains Reported for Nonresidential Building and Public Works

August Construction Starts Jump 21 Percent, Sharp Gains Reported for Nonresidential Building and Public Works

New construction starts in August soared 21% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $711.2 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics, following lackluster activity…

Survey Finds Healthy Buildings Becoming a Key Design Priority for Both Architects and Building Owners

Survey Finds Healthy Buildings Becoming a Key Design Priority for Both Architects and Building Owners

Nearly three quarters of U.S. architects say the health impacts of buildings are influencing their design decisions. That finding parallels a strong market demand by…

Latest Dodge Data Report Shows February Construction Starts Increase

Latest Dodge Data Report Shows February Construction Starts Increase

According to the latest Dodge Data & Analytics survey, new construction starts in February advanced 16 percent compared to the previous month. Much of the…

New Construction Starts in November Slide 12 Percent

New Construction Starts in November Slide 12 Percent

At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $650.5 billion, new construction starts in November dropped 12% from October, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. Nonresidential…

The 2017 Construction Outlook: Will the Industry Slow or Grow in the Upcoming 12 Months?

The 2017 Construction Outlook: Will the Industry Slow or Grow in the Upcoming 12 Months?

  The 2016 construction market was fairly flat (like 1 percent growth), but it gained traction and momentum at the year’s end that looks to…

New Construction Starts in February Recede 3 Percent

New Construction Starts in February Recede 3 Percent

Public Works and Electric Utilities Weaken, while Nonresidential Building Advances At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $708.1 billion, new construction starts in February slipped…

Commercial Construction Index Reveals Continued Optimism Among Contractors

Commercial Construction Index Reveals Continued Optimism Among Contractors

Q4 Report Shows Increased Hiring Expectations Despite Finding Labor Productivity the No. 1 Issue Impacting Jobsite Efficiency Confidence in the commercial construction industry is strong,…

New Construction Starts Jump 14 Percent in September

New Construction Starts Jump 14 Percent in September

Three Huge Projects Help to Lift Nonresidential Building The value of new construction starts in September soared 14% from the previous month to a seasonally…

NAHB Study Finds Green Home Building Continues to Gain Traction

NAHB Study Finds Green Home Building Continues to Gain Traction

One third of builders surveyed say green building is a significant share of overall activity, and many have built a net zero home. Green construction…

New Construction Starts in May Edge Up One Percent

New Construction Starts in May Edge Up One Percent

Public Works Construction Strengthens, But Nonresidential Building and Housing Recede At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $651.2 billion, new construction starts in May increased…

New Construction Starts in 2017 to Increase 5% to $713 Billion

New Construction Starts in 2017 to Increase 5% to $713 Billion

Dodge Outlook Report Predicts Moderate Growth for Most Project Types – Single Family Housing, Commercial and Institutional Building, and Public Works, While Multifamily Housing Levels Off and…

Plunge by Electric Utilities Offsets Gains for Commercial Building, Multifamily Housing

Plunge by Electric Utilities Offsets Gains for Commercial Building, Multifamily Housing

At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $586.3 billion, new construction starts in July fell 2% from the previous month, according to Dodge Data &…

New Study Suggests Strong Outlook for Green Homes

New Study Suggests Strong Outlook for Green Homes

During the prolonged housing downturn, green homes provided support to the ailing residential market and now promise to be an important element of the recovering…