Construction Trends

Who's Up to Batt?
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Who's Up to Batt?

As builders who lean in on even-flow spec manage for cost and labor constraints,... More

A Transition to New Process Could Mean Big Savings
2017: Progress and Uncertainty
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2017: Progress and Uncertainty

The past year marks continued recovery as consumer demand for new homes has made... More

Highlights from the AIA's Third Quarter 2016 Home Design Trends Survey
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Highlights from the AIA's Third Quarter 2016 Home Design Trends Survey

Infill development continues to gain traction in 2016 while demand for second... More

Single-Family Construction Spending Ticks Up in October
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Single-Family Construction Spending Ticks Up in October

Residential gains 1.6%, and single-family gains 2.8% month-over-month. More

Home Building's 'Elephant in the Room'
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Home Building's 'Elephant in the Room'

Without innovation, today's home building business models risk extinction ... a... More

Vote Tuesday
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Vote Tuesday

How will housing take stock of its challenging, double-standard position on some... More

September Construction Spending Ticks Up
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September Construction Spending Ticks Up

Residential gains 0.5%; single-family adds a basis point. More

2017 Outlooks for Housing and Remodeling
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2017 Outlooks for Housing and Remodeling

Young adults' 'wait-and-then-hurry-up" stage of household formation, family... More

Continued Growth Projected for Construction Through 2017
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Continued Growth Projected for Construction Through 2017

As baby boomers retire, the health care sector is poised for major gains while... More

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