Prices for goods and services used in construction climbed 6.2 percent over the past year, intensifying a cost squeeze on contractors coping with widespread labor shortages, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of new Labor Department data. Association officials noted that the cost increases come as many construction firms are already grappling with the impacts of labor shortages and the prospect of further tariffs on key materials.
As ENR Southeast has done the past five years, we are happy to once again announce our next Legacy Award recipient. As we note in our Call for Entries for the program, the Legacy Award recognizes those people "who have established a solid 'legacy' of lifetime service to the A/E/C industry and to their colleagues. Movers. Shakers. Mentors. True professionals who have gone above and beyond for decades.”
Construction Dive spoke with Whiteman about how the presidential administration change is impacting the industry, the continued strength of the multifamily sector and the trends that are expected to shape the Florida market in the coming years.
Airport Construction is Florida is red-hot. Find out which airport is now releasing details of the second phase of its $2.3 Billion construction master plan.
What times are workers on your jobsites most likely to suffer an accident? A new study from AGC of America identifies the hours you should be paying special attention.
Business seems to be booming for attorneys specializing in suing builders for construction defects.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. will begin the process of renovations at its port, Cruise Terminal 25.
The South Florida AGC will be meeting on April 7 for a First Friday Luncheon in Fort Lauderdale.