June 15, 2021 | by: NDA
Growing supply chain issues are endangering the construction industry’s recovery and with it the economic recovery of many nations worldwide, according to industry analysts and construction trade associations.
ConstructConnect announced today that May 2021’s volume of construction starts, excluding residential work, was $32.5 billion, a decline of -2.0% versus April 2021’s $33.2 billion (originally reported as $31.5 billion).
The city of Des Moines is expected to spend nearly $1 million on demolition of buildings at the long-vacant Dico Superfund site on the southwest edge of downtown, almost double a previous estimate.
June 09, 2021 | by: NDA
Search this month’s upload which allows members to obtain information for federal demolition contracts via the NDA website. This member benefit provides NDA members with quick and easy access to government work in their area and is updated every other week.
Dodge Data & Analytics forecasts construction starts to rebound in 2021 and 2022, with the prospect of far greater gains if even a projected $550 billion “middle of the road” infrastructure spending plan is passed.
Commercial planning pushes Index to seventh consecutive monthly gain
June 08, 2021 | by: NDA
Even though you may be capable of removing a shed or a carport on your own, it is a good idea to hire professional demolition service
June 03, 2021 | by: NDA
In the fifth straight month of declining nonresidential outlays, signs of a turnaround surface in office, commercial and lodging segments, backlogs, architecture billings and post-pandemic emergence
Shredded and HMS grades in May partially close the gap with higher priced prompt grades.
The RecyclingAktiv and TiefbauLive trade fair, which showcases waste removal and recycling as well as road construction and civil engineering equipment, will now take place in May 2022 after being postponed for a second time due to the impact of the pandemic.
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