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Third Quarter 2017 Construction Outlook
Total construction spending put in place for the U.S. is forecast to end up 4% in 2017 compared to 2016. Looking ahead to 2018, FMI continues to forecast a 5% increase in total construction spending over 2017. The primary...
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Total construction spending put in place for the U.S. is forecast to end up 4% in 2017 compared to 2016. Looking ahead to 2018,...
Second Quarter 2017 Construction Outlook
While there is some uncertainty as to growth in 2018 and beyond, it appears that, as we have been reporting, the industry will continue...
First Quarter 2017 Construction Outlook
With all the recent public discussion on infrastructure, we might expect that spending for highways and bridges, water supply, sewage and waste disposal, and...
U.S. Markets Construction Overview 2017
The election was a big point of uncertainty and contention. With that behind us, many of our clients are cautiously optimistic—if not even bullish—on...
FMI’s 2016 Construction Outlook, Third Quarter Report
The construction industry has largely recovered from the recession, at least in terms of billions of dollars in construction put in place. Up until...
FMI’s 2016 Construction Outlook, Second Quarter Report
After a slow start to the year, the U.S. economy is picking up speed in the second quarter, with consumer spending continuing to rise...
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