Confidence in U.S. construction on the rise
- Construction economy outlook. Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record;Nov1987, Vol. 175 Issue 13, p38
Gives a construction economy forecast for 1988. Interest rates; Overview of 1987's construction economy; Industrial and residential building forecast.
- Mid-year industry statistics support respondents' predictions. Burr, John // Business Credit;Sep97, Vol. 99 Issue 8, p10
Presents information on predictions made for the construction industry in the United States, focusing on survey results from The CIT Group/Equipment Financing. Predictions made for growth in 1997; Reasons this prediction was made; Predictions made for sales of equipment.
- Will construction thrive in '95? Mumford, Steve // Buildings;Jan1995, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p38
Presents forecasts for the construction industry in the United States for 1995. Construction cost breakdown in various categories; Income property markets; Factors that affect construction markets.
- Construction's vital signs. Watkins-Miller, Elaine // Buildings;Jan1996, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p42
Presents forecasts regarding the construction industry in the United States. Increase in construction contracts; Increase in modernization projects; Maturing cyclical expansion; Renewed interest for hotel construction.
- Budget cuts dull construction's prospects for the New Year. Wilen, Allan // Builders Merchants Journal;Jan1995, p19
Assesses the performance of the construction industry in Great Britain for the next two years from 1994 to 1996. Decline of bar public non-housing; Recovery of private housing market; Effect of increased taxation and higher interest rates on private housing market; Growth of consumer real...
- Hope on the horizon. // Builders Merchants Journal;Feb96, p16
Presents forecasts on Great Britain's building merchants trade for 1996. Sales expectations for 1996; Indicators of market strength; Outlook on market competition; Stability of direct merchant businesses.
- Construction outlook brings smiles to many. Bullard, Stan // Crain's Cleveland Business;11/7/94, Vol. 15 Issue 45, p19
Reports on the growth of the construction industry in Ohio. Projected performance through 1996; Factors that influence the industry's performance; Comments of Cleveland Building Trades Council executive secretary Loree K. Soggs on the industry's performance.
- '99 nonresidential spending will grow. Delano, Daryl // Contractor Magazine;Jan1999, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p3
Presents an outlook on the construction industry in the United States in 1999. Construction spending in 1998; Trends in nonresidential building sectors; Office construction activity since 1995; Factors that contributed to increased demand for space.
- Government Construction Budgets: A Brawny Outlook. Keating, Michael // Government Product News;Jan99, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p17
Presents information on the report `Construction Outlook '99,' from McGrawHill's Construction Information Group. Prediction on the total public works construction in the United States in 1999; Forecasts on spending on highway and bridge construction; Details on prison construction.