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Construction spending jumps 1.5% in January on nonresidential gains
U.S. construction spending jumped 1.5 percent in January over an already 8-year high reached in December. Total spending rose to $1.14 ...
How this Utah contractor went from the aquarium business to building a construction company
The look of the family business has changed a great deal for the Fellers of St. George, Utah. But since ...
With oil prices plummeting, Obama says now is time to raise gas tax
Gas prices are continuing to drop to historic lows, and there's really no sign the trend will reverse any time ...
Construction adds 28,000 jobs in January
The U.S. construction industry continued its streak of employment gains in January, adding 28,000 jobs. The industry now employs 6.615 million ...
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Stockpile Reports announced at World of Concrete it now supports measurement capabilities for stockpiled materials, such as salt, gravel and ...
PCA, Wells Fargo 2016 construction forecasts: positives outweigh negatives
Two construction activity forecasts issued today cite positive short term outlooks, while indicating concerns for long-term sustained growth. PCA will likely ...
Construction spending jumps 10% to 8-year high in 2015
Gains in homebuilding edged out losses in nonresidential spending, propelling total U.S. construction spending to an eight-year high in December. Total spending ...
From digging graves as a boy to relocating a construction business during the recession, Tim Humerick built a career staring down the odds
Tim Humerick has spent little of his life doing things he didn’t want to do. There was the one time he ...
As smartphones, tablets become more necessary on jobsites, more contractors plan to increase IT spending
Though the adoption of technology among U.S. construction firms has been somewhat disappointing in the past, there does appear to ...
Contractors tell AGC worker shortage remains their top concern despite half having already increased base pay
As we reported yesterday, a majority of construction firms in the U.S. are optimistic about 2016 volumes and plan to ...
Nearly 2/3 of U.S contractors plan to hire in 2016 due to optimism in several markets, AGC study finds
The vast majority of U.S. contractors have voiced a positive outlook for 2016 and are expecting to hire more workers ...
Construction spending falls 0.4% in November
Despite continued increases in single-family homebuilding, total construction spending in November dipped 0.4 percent to $1.122 trillion. Spending remains 10.5 percent ...
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