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Check out our Hot Projects for every state in Construction Data’s coverage area. We’ve selected some of the most searched projects in every state that is currently bidding with due dates coming up in the next couple of weeks.
The AIA Architecture Billings Index was released today and despite the score dropping from 53.7 to 50.9 in November, the score indicates a small increase in design activity for the month because any score over 50 indicates an increase in billings over the previous month. This makes seven consecutive months of increases in architecture billings […]
Check out Construction Data’s Hot Commercial Construction Projects for the week of December 8 – 12, 2014. We’ve selected three projects from each state in our coverage area based on the most viewed projects in Construction Data’s Construction Lead Manager database by our clients.
ThyssenKrupp is developing a maglev elevator that would eliminate the need for cables and would allow cars to travel up, down and sideways. The new system would allow for multiple elevator cars to operate in the same shaft. The first system is scheduled to be tested in 2016.
Check out our “Hot Projects” for the week from our extensive database of commercial construction projects that features everything from the early planning stages to currently bidding to bid results and contract awards. We’ve handpicked three projects from each state in our coverage area based on the projects most searched during the previous week by […]
The construction industry picked up an additional 20,000 jobs in November 2014. The unemployment rate rose slightly to 7.5% which could be indicative of more folks seeking employment in the construction industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average hourly earnings for all employees in construction rose to $26.93.