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U.S. Architectural, Engineering & Construction Industry Payroll Segments: Biggest Gains In Pre-Construction as Lumber Futures Jump 15% This Week

Washington DC - The Payroll Report from the BLS was far from optimistic across the board undermining the theory if unemployment benefits were cut payrolls would rise. Although the Nation as a whole saw a report that was far less then predicted the AEC related segments show promise. Segments in the construction related indicators compiled by
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Construction Spending July 2021 | Single Family Up 47.1%, Multi-Family up 14.9% In July YoY- Bylt: Construction News, Data & Analytics

Total Construction United States of America- Construction spending was estimated at $1,568.8 billion on a seasonally adjusted annual basis in July 2021, up 0.3 percent (1.2 percent)* from the revised June estimate of $1,563.4 billion. The July estimate is 9.0% (1.5%) higher than the July 2020 estimate of $1,439.6 billion. Construction
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Tiger Woods Dips His Toe’s Into The Construction Industry. Rapid Expansion Of PopStroke Underway

Jupitor, Florida - Tiger Woods and Greg Bartoli's PopStroke Entertainment have been hard at work planning and designing it's PopStroke locations . The company has also laid out plans for a series of exciting projects as construction expands into North America from Florida. Seven properties in three states have been acquired: Katy Grand
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As Construction Budgets Burst An AGGRECOST™ report Finds Promising Value-Engineering In New Techniques Utilizing Foam Glass Aggregates & Micro-ReBar – Multi Family, Data-Center & Warehousing Projects Could Realize Decreased Resources, Costs And Schedule

Milford, Connecticut - As construction budgets have blown up the past year and half we are releasing details on a new cost modeling and value-engineering investigatory report performed by AGGRECOST™ . The modeled construction project was a affordable multi-family housing project commissioned by CHFA (Connecticut Housing Finance Authority)
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AECOM Leaving It’s HQ In California. Moving To Texas

Dallas, Texas- The infrastructure consultancy business AECOM, which has its offices in downtown Dallas, announced on August 17 that it will relocate its corporate headquarters to Dallas effective October 1. However, the corporation stated that its downtown Los Angeles headquarters would remain in operation, but that Chief Executive Troy Rudd
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Maximum Volatility Alert Across Lumber Prices & Construction Commodities As Drought and Wild Fire Threats Hit High Alerts

Wild Fire Threats Hit High Alerts Today Signaling An Increased Threat To A Already Stressed Construction Logistics And Supply Chain. More Importantly It Poses A Price & Supply Threat To Lumber. United States Of America - Wildfire & drought alerts hit high levels today across BYLT systems and the the country as the United States
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CONSTRUCTION RELATED EMPLOYMENT TRENDS USING NEW ‘’JOB OPENINGS AND LABOR TURNOVER SURVEY’’ NEW EXPERIMENTAL DATA

The new JOLTS program experimentally estimates job openings, hires, total separations, quits, layoffs and discharges among selected industries in the United States. The 2020 year has brought great financial uncertainty and economic fluctuations. The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) program experimentally estimates job
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How the $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Package Helps the Construction Industry

On Wednesday March 10, the House of Representatives approved the American Rescue Act of 2021, which is also known as the COVID-19 relief package. The bill has many measures that will help the American economy recover from the pandemic, which include employment incentives and a dedicated budget for the construction industry. The Covid-19 relief
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WINTER CONDITIONS COOL CONSTRUCTION PROFITS AS ASPHALT STARTS TO HEAT UP

REDUCED WINTER CONSTRUCTION PROFITS As Most northern states; and as we saw in Texas last month, some southern states, rebound back from a round of brute "winter conditions" cost overruns and temporary layoffs that stretched across already inflated construction budgets from the past month as we are inching in on April. The perfect storm of
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ALERT: Unemployment rate ticks down to 6.7%. Construction gains payrolls. Still in the ring.

ALERT: Construction remains in the ring regardless of Corona shutdowns as unemployment ticks down to 6.7%. Construction gained 27,000 jobs in November but still shy of its 279,000 February level. Residential specialty trade contractors added 14,000 jobs while heavy and civil engineering saw an additional 10,000 jobs. Signs point to
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