Future construction contracts fall in June

Stone, Tracie
August 2006
New Hampshire Business Review;8/4/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 17, p39
The article reports on the boosting of contracts for nonresidential construction in New Hampshire. Several firms in the said state has rose three percent in June 2006 however, future residential contracts declined by 15 percent to more than $120 million, according to McGraw Hill Construction. Moreover, Kim Kennedy, economist and manager of forecasting for the said company expects construction trends in the health-care sector to remain positive for the state throughout the remainder of 2006.


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