Citations with the tag: CONSTRUCTION industry
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- CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES & GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
// Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 2009 Book of Lists, p44
A list of the top construction companies and general contractors in Las Vegas, Nevada for 2009 ranked based on the number of local employees is presented, including Perini Building Co., M. J. Dean Construction Inc. and Helix Electric.
- HOME BUILDERS.
// Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 2009 Book of Lists, p57
A list of the top home builders in Las Vegas, Nevada for 2009 is presented, including Astoria Homes, Avante Homes and Blue Heron Cos.
- The changing face of the construction industry.
Black, Ian // Credit Management; Dec97, p31
Discusses the situation of the construction industry in Great Britain. Private and public housing; Level of interest rates and real disposable incomes; Second hand market. INSETS: Some fundamentals.;1991 census of households.
- ARIZONA: Projects Put Off.
Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer; 10/15/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31491, p41
Reports on the postponement of various construction projects in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe, Arizona. Possible delay of the construction of three soccer fields.
- CITB increases its levy.
Williamson, Richard // People Management; 11/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p17
Reports that the Construction Industry Training Board in Great Britain has increased its rate following its shift to payroll levy system.
- State transportation construction contracts unveiled.
Williamson, Richard // Business Journal (Central New York); 03/09/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p16
Reports on the expected increase in construction revenues in Central New York in 2001 due to the implementation of the statewide Thruway capital construction plan. Total project costs; Description of projects.
Williamson, Richard // Environmental Design & Construction; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p9
Reports on developments related to the U.S. construction industry. Award of Sarnafil Inc. from the Department of Energy; Launch of the web site of Information Handling Services; Information on Forest Stewardship Council-certified architectural and structural product lines.
- Liberty Lake rides new wave.
Parish, Linn // Journal of Business (10756124); 11/22/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 24, pA1
Reports the commercial construction development at Liberty Lake in Washington. Results from the vote of area residents to form independent city from being unincorporated part of Spokane County; Plans for commercial construction activity; Details of the progression of offices and manufacturing...
- Top 20 Spokane Construction Projects.
Parish, Linn // Journal of Business (10756124); 1/2/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p71
Presents a chart depicting the top construction projects in Spokane, Washington. Site address of Sacred Heart Medical Center; Issuance of permit for the remodeling projects of Gonzaga University; Description of the construction of Southwood apartments.
- South Australia.
Parish, Linn // Architecture Australia; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p19
Reports that Adelaide's construction industry has not stopped architects from exploring overseas. Examples.
- Construction boom.
Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review; May95, p9
Reports on the growth of private sector construction in the Philippines for the fourth quarter of 1994.
Moloney, Bernadette // Asian Business Review; Dec96, p109
Presents information on the demand for engineering construction has been high in 1995. What East Asian economies will need to invest; Items on region's shopping list; Competition between Asia Pacific countries.
- Building and construction.
Moloney, Bernadette // Asian Business Review; Dec96, p110
Reports that, although booming construction is a continued feature of most Asia Pacific countries in 1995, natural disasters renewed concerns about the development pace in some places. Domination by Japanese conglomerates; Creation of opportunities by shortages of building materials.
Moloney, Bernadette // Asian Business Review; Dec96, p113
Reports that booming construction industries are creating a variety of projects in Asia and developing countries as well as resulting in new architecture from competition among prestigious developments. Comments by Peddle Thorp Malaysia's director, Ian McAllister; Cost factors.
- Building industry targets Vietnam.
Kohn, Bruce // Asian Business Review; Apr96, p21
Reports on New Zealand construction industry companies' targeting of Vietnam as a market. Condition of the Vietnamese construction market.
- The great Asian face lift.
Kohn, Bruce // Asian Business Review; Oct96, p47
Focuses on new construction projects underway or in planning stages in Asia. High rise office towers; Impressionist architecture featured in hotels and service buildings; Opportunities for Australian companies.
- Pru Realty has help for jobless.
Johnson, Bradley // Advertising Age; 6/29/92, Vol. 63 Issue 26, p51
Reports that Prudential California Realty will make home loan payments up to $5,000 a month for as long as a year for people who buy a house and then lose their job. Offer runs July 6 to November 6, 1992; Claims to be the first major real estate company to try it; If the campaign works,...
- Finance: Last year's stock crash will make...
Spiers, J. // Architectural Record; Feb1988, Vol. 176 Issue 2, p45
Discusses the impact of the stock market crash of 1987 on the construction industry and draws comparisons between this crash and that of 1929. Speculates on the possibility of another 1930s-style depression.
- Construction-economy update: despite the...
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; Apr1988, Vol. 176 Issue 4, p39
Sorts out what has changed as a result of the 1987 stock market crash--and what hasn't. Outlines the ways Black Monday altered the short-term outlook for the construction and building- products industries.
- Construction costs: Should we say inflation?
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; Oct1988, Vol. 176 Issue 12, p41
Opinion. Commentary by Dodge Cost Systems on how construction costs have risen in the second quarter of 1988 and have almost matched those in the first quarter. While inflation has played some role, the culprit seems to be labor.
- Construction economy outlook: A soft foot...
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; Nov1988, Vol. 176 Issue 13, p37
Describes the state of the construction market at the end of 1988. Presents 1989 National and Regional estimates of construction potential. INSET: Less construction contracting doesn't always mean less building..
- The price of building declines.
Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record; Jun1990, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p37
Reports on the decline of construction costs which fell by almost 0.1 percent in the closing quarter of last year. The bigger losers; How it appeared on a regional basis.
- Mideast turmoil unlikely to boost defense work--at least for now.
Hoffman, P. // Architectural Record; Nov1990, Vol. 178 Issue 12, p23
Contends that the current turmoil in the Middle East doesn't make any difference yet to military construction projects and plans.
- Building is down--but midyear upswing seen.
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; Nov1990, Vol. 178 Issue 12, p33
Examines preliminary estimates of 1990 construction-contract values, which show a recession and the first reversal in eight years. Predicts a new growth in the industry beginning by the middle of 1991. Looks at problems left over from the 1980s.
- Work abroad: Roundtable highlights.
C.K.H. // Architectural Record; Dec1990, Vol. 178 Issue 13, p22
Asserts that countries with the most construction may not offer the best opportunities for architectural work abroad. Third World countries; Points of success offered.
- Can the press fuel downturns?
C.K.H. // Architectural Record; Jan1991, Vol. 179 Issue 1, p29
Reports that many types of building construction are still active, despite press reports that building is a dead industry.
- Construction costs nose-dive.
Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record; Jul1991, Vol. 179 Issue 7, p76
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- Construction volume outlook: A new building cycle begins.
Christie, G. // Architectural Record; Nov1991, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p34
Examines the construction industry's volume outlook for 1991-92. Looks at the industry's leading indicator, the real-estate market and construction statistics. Types of recovery; Side benefit of recession; Credit scarcity; Commercial glut; Public priorities.
- Construction costs steady despite more building.
Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record; Nov1991, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p40
Examines the third quarter 1991 construction costs. Looks at costs in percents of different districts and historical building costs indexes.
- Economy: Tight ships, loose mortgages.
Kidd, P. // Architectural Record; Nov1991, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p43
Examines recent trends in building and spending that are leading to a recovery in the economy and the architecture industry. Looks at the service, manufacturing and government sectors. Service demands; Pressures; Available credit; Lending margins.
- Gain from pain.
Kidd, P. // Architectural Record; Mar1992, Vol. 180 Issue 3, p40
Presents an overview of the construction industry and how the economy is restructuring itself. Examines six indicators that the economy, and construction, are improving.
- 1992 Dodge/Sweet's construction volume update.
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; May1992, Vol. 180 Issue 5, p30
Examines the updated outlook for construction, based on the Dodge Index of construction contracting. Looks at indicators that the construction industry is improving. Single-family housing; Income properties; Institutional buildings; Public-work construction estimates.
- The chosen.
Christie, G.A. // Architectural Record; Apr1994, Vol. 182 Issue 4, p13
Reports on various appointments and awards concerning the construction industry. Dawn Clark Netsch's Democratic nomination for governor of Illinois; Diane M. Breman as president of the Society of Architectural Administrators; Turner Associates as the architectural component for the 1996 Olympic...
- Dangerous assumptions.
Wine, Dennis E. // Business Credit; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p37
Reports that material suppliers and subcontractors who think that all construction projects are bonded may be making dangerous assumptions. Focus on payment bond; Public works projects; Sources of information.
- ICPC Florida: A success story.
Minton, Kenneth L. // Business Credit; Feb97, Vol. 99 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the events which led to the creation of Florida's Improved Construction Practices Committee (ICPC). Group's efforts to protect the Construction Lien Law; Aim of the group to work on issues to benefit the extension of credit in the construction industry.
- National ICPC launches new program to improve local ICPCs.
Long, Thomas // Business Credit; Jun98, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p53
Reports on the efforts of the National Association of Credit Management's Improved Construction Practices Committee (ICPC) to form or improve an ICPC in every state in the United States. Challenges faced by ICPC during their efforts; Information on the ICPC in Florida; Topic to be discussed at...
- August construction contracts recede 1 percent.
Long, Thomas // Buildings; Nov93, Vol. 87 Issue 11, p22
Reports on the performance of the construction industry in August 1993. Decline in activity; Nonresidential building; Store construction; Institutional building; Total construction contract value; Geographic areas that experienced growth.
- Difficult choices.
Monroe, Linda K. // Buildings; Dec93, Vol. 87 Issue 12, p6
Editorial. Discusses the challenges facing the construction industry in the United States. Management of so-called smart buildings by building professionals; Informed involvement as key aspect of facilities professional's career; Indication of renewed industry attitude.
- Moving up.
Monroe, Linda K. // Buildings; Jan1995, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p10
Editorial. Presents comments from commercial buildings industry executives in the United States regarding prospects for 1995. Institutionalization of commercial real estate and construction industry in Chicago, Illinois; Construction of multi-family units; Trends toward private real estate...
- New places, new faces.
Monroe, Linda // Buildings; Nov95, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p8
Editorial. Focuses on the result of the survey on the growth of buildings repair and reconstruction in the United States conducted by the periodical, `Buildings.' Estimation of the amount that will go toward building upgrade project in 1996; Growth in the activity in modernization; Increase in...
- Owners partner with builders for better results.
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Nov95, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p80
Focuses on the partnership between building owners and the construction industry in the United States to provide better services to clients. Financing offered by design-builders, constructors, and pure designers to clients; Turnkey services offered by developers and building owners to...
- Rate of construction activity slides 4 percent in September.
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Dec95, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p12
Reports on a decrease in construction activity for September from a busy August, 1995. Percentage of drop; Information from F.W. Dodge Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, New York City; Reason for decline; Comparison between construction activity for first nine months for 1995 to same period...
- And the winners are...
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Feb96, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p32
Presents suppliers of the commercial building industry in the United States that were awarded for excellence in 1995. Includes Milliken Carpet; Armstrong World Industries' Building Products Operations; Barbara Barry Inc.
- New construction contracts in March climb 7 percent.
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Jun96, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p20
Reports on developments related to the American construction industry. Rise in number of construction contracts; Nonresidential construction.
- Construction activity down 4 percent in May.
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Aug96, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p12
Reports on construction activity in the United States for May 1996. New construction in the period; Nonresidential building construction in the month; Comment by Robert A. Murray, vice president of Economic Affairs for Dodge; Amusement related construction in the period.
- Buildings 2000.
Monroe, Linda // Buildings; Jan1997, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p10
Presents information on the first North American Construction Conference, which was held in Washington D.C., in October 1996. Conference seen as a milestone in providing information on economic and construction trends; Peak in office construction in 1996; Recovery in United States industrial...
- September construction activity dips 5 percent.
Monroe, Linda // Buildings; Jan1997, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p18
Reports that according to the F.W. Dodge Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, New York City, there was a decline in construction in the United States, in September 1996. Difference between the August and September Dodge Index; Value of nonresidential building.
- News & views.
Monroe, Linda // Buildings; Jul98, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p12
Presents news on building and construction industry in the United States (US). Introduction of Router-LE 2.0, a LonTalk/Ethernet Router from Coactive Networks; Information on the agreement between US Justice Department and architectural firm Ellerbe Becket; Annual rate of constructing for...
- Cause and effect.
Evans, William F. // Buildings; Aug98, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p108
Part I. Presents an excerpt from the paper `The Southeast Asian Crisis: Constructing Prosperity in the Wake of Financial Collapse.'
- Blacks in building trades.
Evans, William F. // Black Enterprise; May84, Vol. 14 Issue 9
Black construction workers are fighting for inclusion in the building trades. After decades of confrontation, Black construction workers continue to fight for membership in the nation's largest and best-paying unions.