California and West Virginia have biggest job gains for the year, North Dakota has largest decline; Texas a...
The estimate of total losses in 2017 from major natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey are at $306 billion, which shattered the previous record of $215 billion. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
Tax reform implications and rebuilding from natural disasters are among the reasons AIA’s Chief E...read more
The commercial office and retail sectors will lead the way in 2018, with a strong bounce back for...read more
The economy expanded at an annual rate of 2.6% during the fourth quarter of 2017.
Over the past 10 years, the number of renters has increased by 23 million.
Energy prices have been more volatile lately.
Despite the month-over-month expansion, nonresidential spending fell 1.3 percent from November 20...read more
There are risks to the 2018 outlook as a number of potential cost increases could come into play....
The Total Pipeline stands at 12,427 Projects/2,084,940 Rooms.
CBI is a leading economic indicator that reflects the amount of construction work under contract,...read more
Despite rising construction labor and materials costs, 55% of contractors expect their profit mar...read more
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Multifamily housing and senior living developments head the list of the hottest sectors heading i...read more
Thirty-seven states benefited from the rise in construction activity in their state, while 13 sta...read more
Business conditions remain uneven across regions.
ConstructConnect’s quarterly report shows the most significant annual growth in the civil enginee...read more
Dodge Outlook Report predicts deceleration but still growth, reflecting a mixed pattern by projec...read more
Nonresidential construction spending is down 2.9% on a year-over-year basis.
Business conditions easing in the West.
Spending on nonresidential construction services is still down on a YOY basis.
Design services remain in high demand across all regions and in all major sectors.
Hurricane recovery efforts expected to heighten concerns about labor scarcities in the south, whe...read more
As of Sept. 14, 166 properties reported damage to 8,956 units, about 1.4% of the total supply of...read more
When it comes to the tallest skyscrapers in the world, the vertical commute in the building becom...read more
Complimentary, building-wide WiFi is more or less a given for marketing purposes in the multifami...read more
Weakness in spending was widespread.
JLL’s latest construction report shows stability ahead with tech and innovation leading the way....
AIA’s latest compensation report finds average compensation for staff positions up 2.8% from earl...read more
Spending in all 12 of the remaining nonresidential construction subsectors retreated on both an a...read more
On average, becoming an architect takes 12.5 years—from the time a student enrolls in school to t...read more
ConstructConnect’s quarterly report shows courthouses and sports stadiums to end 2017 with a flou...read more
June’s weak construction spending report can be largely attributed to the public sector.