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The latest data from the AIA. Leading economic indicators by region and sector.
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All sectors finish 2023 on down note, but new project inquiries tick up slightly
Large $400+ million projects get rolling in Texas, Alabama and Minnesota
Despite inflation concerns, the Electroindustry Business Confidence Index shows marked improvement
The West faces significant challenges, marked by the lowest figures and nine consecutive months of decline
Commercial and multifamily sectors hit hard in October 2023 ABI report
Other large $200+ million projects get rolling in Missouri, Oregon and Nevada.
Optimism in electrification and construction sectors drives positive outlook despite geopolitical tensions
Activity in Western U.S. contracts for the seventh consecutive month
Three projects, each valued at $400M+ get rolling in California
Despite economic fluctuations, industry confidence shows steadfastness in September
Activity in Western U.S. contracts for the sixth consecutive month
We are possibly in the midst of record construction spending, but will inflation undermine the boom?
$280+ million projects get rolling in Massachusetts, Virginia and North Carolina
$400+ million projects get rolling in Nebraska, Arizona and Tennessee
Lowest NEMA industry confidence index recorded since 2020 lockdowns
Midwest U.S. activity ticks up while Multi-Family design billings drop again
Construction economist describes potential impact of debt ceiling woes
$250 million projects get rolling in California, Arizona and Colorado
Midwest is the strongest among the regions. Multifamily continues to lag.
Slight decline in optimism accompanied by predictions for unchanged market conditions
Softness in industrial and residential markets – but strong demand elsewhere
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Company exchanges large swath of 5.4 million shares for much needed funding.