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NYC Construction Outlook

NYC Construction Outlook December 3, 2012 Around Town By Neal Tepel The number of stalled construction sites throughout New York City rose by 17 percent between February and November of 2012. This rapid increase in stalled projects has erased virtually all of the progress made in the prior 15 months, according to a New York…

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What Gives? Number of Stalled Construction Projects Grows

What Gives? Number of Stalled Construction Projects Grows November 30, 2012 By Joe Maniscalco The number of stalled construction projects located throughout New York City representing scores of potential union jobs has jumped almost 20 percent in the last year, according to a new report by the New York City Building Congress.

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NYC Construction Costs on the Rise

NYC Construction Costs on the Rise October 12, 2012 Around Town By Neal Tepel Construction costs in New York City continue to rise, and may be approaching the inflationary rate experienced during the height of last decade's building boom, according to a New York Building Congress review of multiple cost indices.

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Construction Association Projects Rising Costs

Construction Association Projects Rising Costs October 3, 2012 By Marc Bussanich, LaborPress City Reporter The New York Building Congress issued a report on Monday, October 1 revealing that construction costs in New York City are rising. Richard Anderson, the president of the NYBC, said some of the factors for the increase are attributable to cost…

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