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Nonresidential Construction Remains Unchanged in April, Says ABC

Nonresidential construction spending remained unchanged in April on a monthly basis, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data... »

April Construction Unemployment Rates Down Year Over Year in 19 States, Says ABC

Estimated April construction unemployment rates fell in 19 states on a year-over-year basis, were unchanged in four states and rose in 27 states, according to... »

FMI First Quarter 2018 Construction Outlook

Key Takeaways Total engineering and construction spending for the U.S. is forecast to end up 7 percent in 2018, compared to up 4 percent in... »

Ten Strategies Contractors Can Use to Prepare for an Economic Downturn

By Remmie Butchko, Construction Executive There have been many changes in the construction market over the decades. Sometimes the changes are gradual, but frequently they... »

Addressing the Workforce Gaps and Related Risks for the E&C Industry

Assessing the role of emerging technologies in easing workforce gaps for engineering and construction firms. »

Architecture Billings Continue to Hold Positive In 2018

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is reporting an increase in architecture firm billings for February from its Architecture Billings Index (ABI), with several key... »

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