While construction indicators are showing that large project work is doing marginally better than last year, some massive projects that have broken ground over the past few months or are in the final stage of approval offer some cause for optimism.
A McGraw-Hill Construction press release said new construction starts in June slipped 1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $446.1 billion, and that after the elevated activity it reported during March and April, which reflected
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