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Construction Activity Up in 2017: Residential Upsurge Makes Up for Declines in Infrastructure Spending

Red tape may have put public construction projects on hold this year, but a surge in private spending drove an overall increase in construction activity. Wells Fargo’s John Crum examines this and other key industry observations including the rental market, new equipment sales, used equipment prices and the effects of hurricane season. Looking ahead to 2018, he predicts it could be another great year for construction if this year’s pattern holds.... read more

Demand for Construction Machinery Set to Decelerate

According to a new study, the world demand for construction machinery is set to advance 3.9% annually until 2019, which is a decline from the pace from 2009-14. read more

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