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International trade uncertainty, widespread construction skills shortage creating perfect storm f...read more
Backlog is up 12.2% from the first quarter and 14% compared to the same time last year.
Softwood lumber prices plummeted 9.6% in August yet are up 5% on a yearly basis (down from a 19.5...read more
The report revealed 88% of contractors expect to feel at least a moderate impact from the workfor...read more
Private nonresidential spending fell 1% in July, while public nonresidential spending expanded 0....read more
Although there are disparities in the pace of growth in construction output among the ASEAN membe...read more
Architecture firms located in the South remain especially strong.
The rise in rental rates marks the 21st consecutive quarterly increase.
Gains reported in five of the top ten markets.
Nonresidential construction input prices increased fell 0.3% in July but are up 9.6% year over ye...read more
AIA releases latest Consensus Construction Forecast.
The metro with the most units under construction and planned as a percent of existing inventory i...read more
Favorable economic conditions produce a sunny summer for the apartment sector.
“The hope is that June’s construction spending setback is merely a statistical aberration,” said...read more
The hotel construction pipeline has been growing moderately and incrementally each quarter.
Nonresidential fixed investment represented an especially important element of second quarter str...read more
June represents the latest month associated with rapidly rising construction input prices.
Outsize development activity in some major metros could increase vacancy rates and stagnate rent...read more
New report says strong economic fundamentals outweigh headwinds.
Architecture Billings Index enters eighth straight month of solid growth.
There are 5,952 projects/1,115,288 rooms under construction, up 8% by projects YOY.
The CBI shows highlights by region, industry, and company size.
New construction of single-family homes isn't keeping pace with demand around the country, and much of what's being build is too expensive for many potential buyers. Image: Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) State of the Nation's Housing
The latest report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies laments the paucity of subsidies to r...read more
Leading retailers including Amazon, Alibaba, Lowe’s and Tesco are developing their own AI solutio...read more
E-commerce and biopharmaceutical companies seeking space stoke record performances across key ind...read more
May’s gain was the result of a 4.7% increase by the commercial component of the Momentum Index....
Private sector spending increased 0.8% on a monthly basis and is up 5.3% from a year ago.
Dallas-Plano-Irving and Midland, Texas experience largest year-over-year gains; St. Louis, Mo.-Il...read more
San Antonio, Texas, tops the list with the largest population gain with an increase of over 24,200 people, an average of 66 people per day between 2016 and 2017. Photo: Pixabay
San Antonio added 24,208 people between July 2016 and July 2017, according to U.S. Census Bureau...read more
Mobile advertising campaign urges drivers who routinely pass through certain work zones to slow d...read more