Posts Tagged ‘ Dodge Construction Outlook ’

Dodge: Single-Family Housing Growth on Tap in 2018

Nov 13th, 2017

Single-family housing should see steady growth into 2018, while multifamily construction will continue to settle back, according to Dodge Data & Analytics’ new 2018 Outlook Report. Dodge chief economist Robert Murray presented the outlook in early November at the 79th annual Outlook Executive Conference in Chicago. Dodge predicts that single-family sales will rise 9 percent […]

Economist Gives Construction Industry the Lowdown

Nov 2nd, 2015

The 2016 Dodge Construction Outlook Conference got underway Friday morning, and from the beginning, it was all about the economy. Beth Ann Bovino, U.S. chief economist at Standard & Poor’s (S&P), gave attendees an update on the U.S. financial recovery from the perspective of “what matters to the Fed?” “Optimism seems to be prevailing,” she […]

Multifamily Construction Continues to Cast Shadow over Single-Family Homes

Nov 7th, 2014

As the construction industry continues its recovery, the single-family and multifamily housing sectors have been in a battle. Because of certain economic and sociological conditions, multifamily has gotten the best of the fight so far. Dodge Data & Analytics released its 2015 Dodge Construction Outlook Thursday at a conference in Washington, D.C. According to the […]

McGraw Hill Construction Predicts Moderate Growth in 2014

Oct 28th, 2013

According to the recently released 2014 Dodge Construction Outlook report, presented by Robert Murray, McGraw Hill Construction’s vice president of economic affairs, Friday in Washington D.C., the construction industry will see modest gains in the coming year. Overall, Murray forecasts that U.S. construction starts will rise 9 percent for $555.3 billion, topping the 5-percent increase […]