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Nonresidential projects push construction spending to largest monthly gain in more than 2 years in July

Nonresidential projects push construction spending to...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Sep 02, 2014

After seeing its first drop in one year during June, construction spending in the U.S. fully recovered and then some ...

Despite slow start to 2014 and concerns, top construction economists forecast growth in spending and jobs

Despite slow start to 2014 and concerns, top...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Apr 17, 2014

The outlook from respected economists in the construction industry continues to be mixed as all the elements for growth are ...

Three construction economists forecast growth in construction spending through 2017, note causes for concern

Three construction economists forecast growth in...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Oct 28, 2013

Giving their opinions on how they see things shaking out in the remainder of 2013 and how things will shape ...

Final Word

Final Word

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Sep 04, 2011

A Congress of Dunces By Kirk Landers Humorist P.J. O’Rourke once referred to the U.S. Congress as “A Parliament of Whores” in ...

‘Yes we can’ create jobs, reduce deficit...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Mar 09, 2011

An independent analysis conducted by Architecture 2030 and released in a fact sheet, illustrates that President Obama's Better Buildings Initiative ...

Two-thirds of construction companies plan layoffs

Posted by Tom Jackson on Jan 08, 2009

According to the AGC of America. Click on "Read more" for the full text of the press release. Meanwhile, Congress ...

October construction numbers trend down

Posted by Tom Jackson on Dec 01, 2008

The Commerce Department logs a 1.2 percent decline in the month of October.  The not-quite-so-bad news in all of this ...

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