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L/b Water Service, Inc.
Customer since 2002
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F C & C Construction
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Thomas Concrete of Georgia, Inc.
Customer since 1998
How tight have construction labour markets become in Canada? Accompanying Graphs 1 through 5 show the monthly history of construction unemployment rates from 1976 to the present for Canada and the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and B.C. (moving from east to west across the country). The only numbers available from...Posted: August 16, 2018, 6:41 pm
Clichés are often true and it is the case that a picture can be worth a thousand words. Below are six graphs recording 12-month moving averages of ConstructConnect ’s nonresidential construction starts. When the value of the current month is higher than for the same month a year ago, the line will turn up; when […]
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The accompanying table records the top 10 project starts in the U.S. for July 2018. There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when jobsite work actually gets underway. And, as ...Posted: August 15, 2018, 6:56 pm
ConstructConnect announced today that July’s volume of construction starts, excluding residential activity, was $38.8 billion − a month-to-month change of -6.2%. Historically, there has been a June to July climb, thanks to favorable seasonality, of +3.5%. July, though, is usually the last month of the year in which the b...Posted: August 15, 2018, 6:55 pm