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Report | United States Construction Perspective - Q4 2014


Construction starts increased in 2014, driven by improved demand from the office and industrial sectors in energy producing markets, along with traditional office markets like New York City. Even as demand explodes, cost to build is higher than ever, thanks to the continued inflation of labor and materials costs.

Due to the recent decline in energy costs, construction will shrink in Texas, a reversal from 2104 trends. Interest rates are also projected to grow, creating a potential dip in construction activity. Still, this growth cycle should last another two to three years.

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