Posts Tagged ‘ McGraw-Hill Companies ’

Stronger Evaluation Needed for Long-Term Effects of Green Building Construction

Sep 25th, 2012

Sustainability leaders are seeking a more defined, long-term assessment of green building construction to evaluate its environmental, financial and social benefits, according to the latest McGraw-Hill Construction report. In the most recent SmartMarket Executive Brief, Determining the Value of Green Building Investments: A Perspective From Industry Leaders on Triple Bottom Line Decision Making, interviews with […]

McGraw-Hill Construction Reports May Construction Slides 16 Percent

Jun 22nd, 2012

At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $444.9 billion, new construction starts in May retreated 16 percent from the previous month, reported McGraw-Hill Construction, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies. The decline followed substantial gains for total construction in March (up 23 percent) and April (up 11 percent); residential building in May continued its moderate […]

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