Posts Tagged ‘ Dodge Data ’

Contractors Still Face Challenges Managing Risk

May 2nd, 2019

According to recently gleaned data, contractors still face significant challenges in managing risk on their projects, but are optimistic about the potential for technology to help. According to the report “Using Technology to Improve Risk Management in Construction,” by Dodge Data and Analytics and Triax Technologies, when asked to rate the difficulty level of six […]

Construction Starts Jump in January

Feb 27th, 2017

The value of new construction starts in January increased 12 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $690.2 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. After easing back during last year’s fourth quarter, residential building edged upward in January as the result of a slight gain for single-family housing. Nonresidential building strengthened in January. […]

Construction Starts Ease Back in September

Oct 25th, 2016

The value of new construction starts in September decreased 2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $703.7 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. This follows the 22-percent jump for total starts in August, which is the highest monthly pace so far in 2016. Nonresidential building showed further strength in September, exceeding its […]

Construction Starts Rise in May

Jun 28th, 2016

New construction starts in May increased 5 percent from April at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $636.7 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. Much of the growth came from the nonbuilding construction sector. Residential building edged up slightly in May, as multifamily housing bounced back from its subdued April performance. However, nonresidential building […]

Dodge Outlook: More Construction Growth on the Way in 2016

Nov 3rd, 2015

The current construction expansion will continue through the coming year, according to projections by Dodge Data & Analytics. The company held its annual Dodge Outlook Conference in Washington, D.C., Friday, releasing its 2016 Outlook report as chief economist Robert Murray took the stage. Murray gave a presentation on the current state of the construction economy […]