Monthly Archives: January 2020

Construction Employment Increases In 34 States And D.C. From December 2018 To December 2019, While 29 States Added Construction Jobs Last Month

January 24, 2020

Texas and Maine Have Biggest Number and Percent of Annual Job Gains, Ohio and Wyoming Have Largest Annual Losses; Texas and Iowa Have Largest Monthly Gains While Nevada and West Virginia Have Largest Monthly Declines

Administration’s New Waters Rule Will Protect Vital Waterways While Eliminating Confusion That Threatened To Stifle Many Projects

January 23, 2020

ADMINISTRATION’S NEW WATERS RULE WILL PROTECT VITAL WATERWAYS WHILE ELIMINATING CONFUSION THAT THREATENED TO STIFLE MANY PROJECTS

Trump Administration’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule Will Provide Permitting Clarity For Needed Infrastructure and Development Projects, Top Construction Official Notes

Construction Employment Increases By 20,000 In December And 151,000 In 2019; Contractors Expect To Hire In 2020 But Anticipate Difficulty Filling Slots

January 10, 2020

Survey Finds Optimism about 2020 along with Even Tighter Labor Supply as Construction Unemployment Sets Record December Low; Association Calls for Government to Boost Career Opportunities, Immigration

Construction Spending Climbs In November As 226 Out Of 358 Metro Areas Add Employees; Contractors Foresee Gains In All Market Segments In 2020

January 3, 2020

Dallas-Plano-Irving, Texas and Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev. Have Largest Gains While New York City and Danville, Ill. Lag the Most; Industry Survey Shows Strong 2020 Demand for Projects and Workers

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