MARKET SNAPSHOT: Monday, November 3
- London Olympic bid's gold glory; PFI procurement faces also-ran status. // Public Private Finance;Jul/Aug2005, Issue 95, p6
Reports on the government's 2012 London Olympics investment programs that led to the hike in construction costs in London, England. Interest of engineering and services group to manage the program; Impact of market capacity on the delivery of its ambitious investment targets; Indication on the...
- State Probe Cites Poor Management At NJ. School Construction Corp. Cataldo, Adam L. // Bond Buyer;4/22/2005, Vol. 352 Issue 32117, p3
Focuses on the operations of School Construction Corp. (SCC), a bond-funded school construction program in New Jersey. Highlights on the management of the program; Assertion of acting Governor Richard Codey to launch an investigation on SCC projects to restore accountability and public trust in...
- Assignment of MUD Reimbursables: Not So Fast. Slobin, Brett L. // Bond Buyer;11/6/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32502, p41
The article focuses on the assignment of reimbursables to Municipal Utility District (MUD) in Texas. Under the terms of a typical contract between a developer and a MUD, the developer will agree to advance the costs of the construction of the utility facilities. The MUD will use the funds it...
- Florida County May Use Bond Proceeds for Scripps Facility Despite Litigation. Sigo, Shelly // Bond Buyer;5/20/2005, Vol. 352 Issue 32137, p48
The article focuses on Florida County which may use bond proceeds to save the prestigious Scripps project. Commissioners have scheduled a special meeting to decide if construction should move forward because officials at Scripps Research Institute headquarters in California warned that they may...
- Construction Market Still Going Strong. Kline Jr., Steve // Plastics Technology;Jun2016, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p74
The article reports on the status of the U.S. construction market as of March 2016. Topics discussed include the housing permits issued in the U.S. rising in March 2016 compared with a year ago, the total construction spending recording continuous growth during the 12-month period ended March...
- Construction contracting figures take a dip in July. // Buildings;Oct93, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p8
Reports on the drop in construction contracting in July 1993 as reported by F.W. Dodge Division of McGraw-Hill. Drop in nonresidential and nonbuilding construction; Surge of activity in June; Other contracting figures.
- Construction contracting declines 3 percent. // Buildings;Feb95, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p12
Reports that construction contracts has decreased by three percent in October 1994. Decline in residential building; Increase in public works construction; Total construction during the first ten months of 1994.
- New construction eases back 3 percent in July. // Buildings;Oct95, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p14
Reports on the rate of construction contracts in the United States for July 1995. Effects of the July level on the Dodge index; Total nonresidential buildings for July; Comment by Robert A. Murray, Dodge vice president.
- New construction contracts proceed at even pace. // Buildings;Feb96, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p12
Reports on construction contracts in November 1995 in the United States. Dodge Index; Construction activity.