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March 27, 2017 Growth in Employment Lags Behind Construction Put-In-Place Value In the spring of 2016, there was some concern around construction employment because there had been a few months of job declines. As the year progressed, that ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
March 14, 2017 U.S. Is Struggling for a Passing Grade in Infrastructure After four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has released their new 2017 Infrastructure Report Card for the United States. Similar to their ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
January 20, 2017 Construction in 2017 by Region, State and MSA Where will the U.S. see the most growth in 2017? The numbers are in, and we have a pretty good idea where things are headed.
By Carolina Cavalcante
January 4, 2017 The Fed Raises Interest Rates, Signaling the U.S. Economy is Strong Last month, the Federal Reserve voted unanimously to raise the interest rate to 0.75%. It was the first rate increase since December 2015, and this time around ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
December 13, 2016 U.S. National End-Market Construction Forecast 2017 is just around the corner and in preparation for that, we have developed a consensus growth forecast for the upcoming year. In this article, we'll examine ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
November 3, 2016 The 2017 Construction Forecast Report is Here As we approach the 4th quarter of 2016, we start preparing and planning for 2017. In that effort, we have developed the 2017 construction forecast report with ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
September 27, 2016 First Look at Construction Costs in 2017 Construction cost is always top of mind to builders, developers and owners, so we wanted to take a quick look at it today in our blog! We will look at current ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
April 15, 2016 Construction Industry Insight: Is it too soon to talk about recession? This past week at a conference, Dr. Michael Miller, Associate Professor of Economics at DePaul University, brought up that the U.S. is 82 months into an ...Keep Reading
By Carolina Cavalcante
January 15, 2016 The 2016 Construction Forecast Report is Here 2015 was a great year for the construction industry, with the significant trend being growth. Construction put-in-place rose by 8.5% in the second half of the ...Keep Reading
By Oldcastle Building Solutions
August 28, 2015 Kermit Baker on Multifamily Construction and Other Emerging Trends Recently, Building Solutions President John Kemp had the privilege of talking with Chief Economist Kermit Baker at AIA 2015. The interview started on a high ...Keep Reading
By Oldcastle Building Solutions
January 8, 2015 2015, A Great Year of Building Solutions 2015 was an exciting year for the construction industry! Millennials are driving multifamily housing and changing how we hire; permeable concrete is more ...Keep Reading
By Oldcastle Building Solutions

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