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|10/14/2021||Prices For Construction Materials Continue To Outstrip Bid Prices Over 12 Months, Despite Dip In September, Amid Increasing Supply-Chain Problems|
|10/13/2021||Chicago-based Pepper Construction Named The Most Innovative Company In The Construction Industry|
|10/8/2021||Nonresidential Construction Sector Posts First Job Gain Since March But Has Yet To Hit Pre-Pandemic Levels Amid Supply Chain Disruptions & Delays|
|10/6/2021||Atmore, Alabama’s Rolin Construction Wins Diverse Business Of The Year Award From National Construction Association|
|10/1/2021||Construction Spending Stalls Between July And August As Decrease In Nonresidential Projects Negates Ongoing Growth In Residential Work|
|9/30/2021||Linbeck Group Of Houston, Texas Named Nation’s Safest Construction Company In 2020 By National Contractors Group|
|9/29/2021||One-third Of Metro Areas Lost Construction Jobs Between August 2020 And 2021 As Fate Of Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Remains Unclear|
|9/23/2021||Phoenix-Based Sunland Asphalt Awarded For Performing Some Of The Best Charitable Work In 2020 For Its Community Work During The Holbrook Municipal Airport Reconstruction Project|
|9/22/2021||House GOP Decision To Whip Against The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Will Undermine A Measure Trump Would Have Been Proud To Sign|
|9/22/2021||Louisiana, Missouri’s Champ Clark Mississippi River Bridge Replacement Named Best Construction Project Of 2020 By National Trade Association|
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