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Construction Employment Increases In 30 States And D.C. Between November And December, While 40 States Add Jobs Since December 2021

Construction Employment Increases In 30 States And D.C. Between November And December, While 40 States Add Jobs Since December 2021

Posted: January 27, 2023 | Tradewinds

California and Louisiana Lead in Monthly Job Gains, While Missouri and North Dakota Have Largest Losses; California and Rhode Island Top List of Year-over-Year Gains, While New Jersey Has Largest Decrease

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University of Arizona’s New Solarban® 90 Starphire® Glass-Covered Building Consolidates its Health Sciences Programs into One High-Tech, Daylit, Amenity-Filled Building

University of Arizona’s New Solarban® 90 Starphire® Glass-Covered Building Consolidates its Health Sciences Programs into One High-Tech, Daylit, Amenity-Filled Building

Posted: January 27, 2023 | Tradewinds

With its distinct strips of terracotta panels and expansive glazed curtainwall, the new 230,000-square-foot Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB) at the University of Arizona features an expansive ground floor forum, daylit student lounges and study spaces, state-of-the art simulation laboratories and more.

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Remodeling Market Sentiment Weakened in Fourth Quarter but Remains Positive 

Remodeling Market Sentiment Weakened in Fourth Quarter but Remains Positive 

Posted: January 20, 2023 | Tradewinds

“Remodelers on balance remain positive about the market, but we saw how inflation took a toll on consumer budgets, causing many to pull back on projects,” said NAHB Remodelers Chair Kurt Clason, a remodeler from Ossipee, N.H. 

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Builder Confidence Uptick Signals Turning Point for Housing Lies Ahead

Builder Confidence Uptick Signals Turning Point for Housing Lies Ahead

Posted: January 20, 2023 | Tradewinds

“It appears the low point for builder sentiment in this cycle was registered in December, even as many builders continue to use a variety of incentives, including price reductions, to bolster sales,” said NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter, a home builder and developer from Savannah, Ga. “The rise in builder sentiment also means that cycle lows for permits and starts are likely near, and a rebound for home building could be underway later in 2023.”  

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Inflation Easing: Monthly Construction Input Prices Drop 2.7% in December, Says ABC

Inflation Easing: Monthly Construction Input Prices Drop 2.7% in December, Says ABC

Posted: January 20, 2023 | Tradewinds

Construction input prices fell 2.7% in December compared to the previous month, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors analysis of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Producer Price Index data released. Nonresidential construction input prices also declined 2.7% for the month.

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