Construction, Infrastructure, Outlook
Construction Starts Forecast Reports - ConstructConnect provides the latest quarterly Construction Starts Forecast Report with five-year forecasts of construction starts by type-of-structure and by state as well as drivers influencing each building sector. Forecasts are also broken down by industry. (Quarterly)
US Put-In-Place Construction Forecast Reports - ConstructConnect's U.S. Construction Put-In-Place Forecast Reports give an overview of residential and nonresidential put-in-place expectations over the next three years. Published twice a year, you can find the most recent report along with past forecast reports. (Semiannually)
Construction Industry Snapshots - The Construction Industry Snapshop report is released monthly and includes commentary, latest starts statistics, Insight view of starts statistics, “Top 10” projects of the month, trend graphs for 12 key categories, regional starts table, and a detailed national table. (Monthly)
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