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|6/1/2021||Nonresidential Construction Outlays Drop In April To Two-Year Low As Public And Private Work Declines Amid Supply-chain Woes, Soaring Costs|
|5/27/2021||Sixty Percent Of Firms Working On Highway Upgrades Experienced Cars Crashing Into Their Work Zone During The Past Year, New Data Finds|
|5/21/2021||Construction Employment In April Remains Below Pre-Pandemic Peak In 36 States And D.C. Despite Pickup From March Level In 26 Locations|
|5/19/2021||Local Hire Programs For Federal Highway Projects Will Not Solve Workforce Problems, Misses Need To Offer Workforce Training|
|5/13/2021||Proliferating Materials Price Increases And Supply Chain Disruptions Squeeze Contractors And Threaten To Undermine Economic Recovery|
|5/7/2021||Construction Employment Stalls In April As Soaring Costs, Supply-Chain Challenges, And Workforce Shortages Undermine Industry’s Recovery|
|4/28/2021||Construction Employment Declines In 203 Metro Areas From March 2020 To March 2021 Despite Homebuilding Boom And Improving Economy|
|4/9/2021||Record Jump In Materials Prices And Supply Chain Disruptions Threaten Construction Firms’ Ability To Complete Vital Nonresidential Projects|
|4/7/2021||Construction Employment Drops In 236 Metro Areas Between February 2020 & February 2021 Amid Project Cancellations, Supply Chain Problems|
|4/2/2021||Construction Employment Rebounds In March Following February Drop, But Rising Costs, Supply-Chain Woes, And Cancellations Threaten Outlook|
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