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Total Construction Starts Soar in October

The Dodge Construction Network reports that total construction starts pushed 16% higher in October, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.01 trillion. Nonresidential building starts gained 29% and nonbuilding moved 52% higher in October, while residential starts lost 8%. … Continue reading

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Dodge Momentum Index Jumps in October

The Dodge Momentum Index increased 10% in October to 181.2 (2000=100), from the revised September reading of 164.6. The Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Construction Network, is a monthly measure of the initial report for nonresidential building projects in planning, … Continue reading

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The Industry and Businesses Keep Moving Forward Despite Supply Chain Challenges

During the Dodge Construction Network Conference last week, experts convened to discuss the ongoing issues associated with supply chain challenges. In a separate session targeted towards subcontractors, Dave Colford, chief revenue officer for Dodge Construction Network; Jim Davis, vice president … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead: Annual Dodge Conference Reports Optimistic Year for Construction Industry

The 83rd annual Dodge Construction Network Conference was held virtually and heavily focused on the industry’s recovery and withstanding of the COVID-19 pandemic. Presenters looked at trends impacting construction, such as the ongoing issues with the supply chain, and forecasted … Continue reading

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Total Construction Starts Rebound in September

Total construction starts rose 10% in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $889.7 billion, according to¬†Dodge Construction Network. All three sectors improved: nonresidential building starts rose 15%, residential starts moved 9% higher, and nonbuilding starts increased by 6%. … Continue reading

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