Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.

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Construction Job Growth Strong in April

Basu says the case for an economic downturn over the next 12 to 18 months is... More

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Construction Input Price Declines Carry into 2019

Prices have declined for three consecutive months and in four of the previous six... More

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National Fall in Construction Unemployment Rates

Utah, North Dakota, Georgia, Vermont, and North Carolina top the list for the... More

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August Construction Unemployment Rates Down in 49 States

The August 2018 not seasonally adjusted national construction unemployment rate... More

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Blast Off! Public Project Construction Is On The Rise

Even without a $1 trillion federal infrastructure package, state and local... More

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Jobs Report Offers Reasons for Hope and Concern

Construction employment is up, but the message is mixed. More

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Optimism Prevails

Despite uncertainties over the global economy, U.S. presidential election, and... More

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Market Spotlights

Here is what’s in store for nonresidential, residential, and public construction. More

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Construction Confidence Slides in the Second Half of 2015, But Still Strong

Sales expectations, profit margin expectations, and staffing level intentions of nonresidential construction industry professionals declined slightly in the second half of 2015, according to the Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) semiannual Construction Confidence Index released Thursday morning. More

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