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Skanska starts work on $221 million The Heming in Tysons, VA

Construction has started on the $221 million The Heming in Tysons, VA. The construction contract is reported to be valued at $150 million, Multi-Housing...

Cologix building $208 million Ashburn data center — largest commercial construction project start in April

The $208 million Colo 1 data center in Ashburn, VA was the largest commercial construction project to enter planning in April, Dodge Construction Network...

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Contractors wishing to learn about the risks of misclassifying workers as independent contractors -- including indirect situations when subcontractors are responsible for the misclassification...

Non-residential construction input prices soar 21 percent from April 2021 to last last month: AGC

Prices of materials and services used in new nonresidential construction leaped nearly 21 percent in April from year-ago levels, according to an analysis by...

ABC’s Construction Backlog up in April; contractor confidence down

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) reported on May 10 that its Construction Backlog Indicator increased to 8.8 months in April, according to an ABC...

Nonresidential construction employment dips in April, says ABC

The construction industry added 2,000 jobs on net in April, but nonresidential construction employment decreased by 2,000 positions, according to an Associated Builders and...

National employment levels increase slightly in tight labor market: AGC

National construction employment edged up by 2,000 jobs between March and April as contractors scrambled to find workers in an increasingly tight labor market,...
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Two barges loaded with construction equipment broke free on the Potomac River on May 8 because of heavy rains and high water. They started...
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