Posts Tagged ‘ McGraw Hill ’

McGraw Hill Executive Conference Shows Cautious Optimism for World of Construction

Oct 29th, 2013

In addition to hosting the presentation of the 2014 Dodge Outlook results, McGraw Hill Construction also had several speakers who discussed the state of the global market Friday in Washington D.C.¬†Though they each spoke about different segments, the speakers agreed that while the U.S. was experiencing a slow recovery,¬† they warned attendees to be cautious […]

New Construction Starts to Climb Six Percent in 2013

Aug 13th, 2013

New construction starts are forecast to rise six percent this year to $506 billion, according to the mid-year update to the 2013 Construction Outlook from McGraw Hill Construction, a division of McGraw Hill Financial. This is the same rate of increase for total construction starts that was predicted last October, and follows the eight percent […]

June Construction Settles Back One Percent

Jul 23rd, 2013

New construction starts in June receded one percent to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of $489.5 billion, according to McGraw Hill Construction, a division of McGraw Hill Financial. Nonresidential building lost momentum in June after strengthening during the previous two months, and housing experienced a pause from its recent upward trend. For the first six months […]

McGraw-Hill Reports Decreased Construction Starts in September

Oct 18th, 2012

McGraw-Hill Construction released its September 2012 monthly summary of construction starts, showing declines in both the commercial and residential sectors. Overall, though, new construction starts rose 16 percent, according to the figures released today. Residential growth fell 1 percent in September. Totals dropped from $172.2 billion in August to $170.3 billion in September. Multifamily housing […]