Construction starts dip 15%

March 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);3/2/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p12
This article reports on the decline in new construction starts in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2008, according to McGraw-Hill Construction. The drop in new construction starts amounted to $542.83 billion. The residential sector posted a 39% drop, while nonresidential building posted a one percent gain. A four percent increase was posted by nonbuilding construction.


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