Posts Tagged ‘ Dodge Data & Analytics ’

New York City, New Work: Residential Sector on the Upswing

Oct 27th, 2022

The New York Building Congress and New York Building Foundation have issued their joint, annual publication, the New York City Construction Outlook, for 2022-2024. Spending in the residential building sector in particular is forecast to increase nearly 70% in the next few years over the pre-pandemic period of 2017-2019. The Construction Outlook shows the Big […]

A Glimpse of the Post-Pandemic Industry Recovery

Nov 12th, 2020

This time last year, economists at the 81st Annual Dodge Construction Outlook Conference didn’t expect a recession to occur within the next 12 months. Then the COVID-19 pandemic changed the global economic landscape. At the Dodge Construction Outlook 2021 Virtual Conference, Dodge Data & Analytics chief economist Richard Branch provided a look at where each […]

Recent Data Supports Positive Industry Outlook

Jun 15th, 2020

In a huge upside surprise the U.S. economy added 2.5 million jobs in May – consensus estimates were looking at a potential decline in employment of between four to eight million jobs, according to a recent report from Dodge Data & Analytics. May’s net addition to employment follows declines of 1.4 million in March and […]

Dodge Makes Downward Adjustments to Construction Starts Forecast Due to COVID-19

Apr 16th, 2020

The economy is currently in a steep but short recession according to Richard Branch, chief economist for Dodge Data & Analytics, who hosted a webinar updating Dodge’s construction forecast for the year. In the webinar, titled “The Potential Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Construction Starts,” Branch said Dodge expects an economic rebound by the second […]

Dodge Outlook Conference Answers Recession Questions

Nov 4th, 2019

Are we heading into a recession? That was the question on many people’s minds at the 81st Annual Dodge Construction Outlook Conference in Chicago, as economic growth begins to slow. The answer is that a recession is not likely within the next 12 months, according to two economists, but a slowdown is headed for the […]

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