US construction rates up 1.3 percent

According to published data, the rate of home construction in America in January increased by 1.3 percent. Also in January, investments in construction projects in the United States recorded the highest earnings in nine months. Although there was a weakness in housing construction in the country, the power in non-residential constructions and government projects compensated […]

US construction spending down 0.6 percent

Construction spending in the US declined by 0.6 percent in December as government projects dropped. In December, there was the smallest increase in seven years. Experts reported a 0.8 percent rise in November in December. The guest construction sector declined by 1.4 percent. Non-temporary activities rose by 0.4 percent, while government projects decreased by 0.6 […]

Construction report released for America and Canada

After the government’s closure in the US, data for December were late. In spite of this, the construction activities report in 2018 was published in Canada and America. According to data published by the Census Bureau,, the two most powerful city markets to create new housing foundations in 2018 were in Texas: Dallas-Ft Worth, 63,400 […]

Alaska’s construction spending will increase

The US state of Alaksa, construction spending will be increased. According to a recent report, Alaska’s construction spending will increase by 10 percent this year. Anchorage Daily News, a research report published by the University of Alaska’s Institute of Social and Economic Research, indicates that next year Alaksa’s construction spending will increase by $ 7.2 […]

20 major upcoming construction activities in Canada

Major projects will take place in the Canadian cities in the coming months. According to experts, the Canadian real estate market will be active in February. Here are the future projects in Canada … There are 20 big projects in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton. All of these projects are in the […]

Apartment construction increased in America

American construction developers have built many new apartments last month. In contrast, the rate of detached houses fell. Apartment construction increased by 3.2 percent according to US trade ministry. Constructions in areas like Florence and Michael increased by 15.1 percent. Construction in California just dropped 14.2 percent due to forest fire. Source: Sevdenur Demir / […]

U.S. construction spending down 0.1% in October

U.S construction declines in October. This is because increased costs for timber, land and workers. According to the Commerce Department reported The October decline matched a similar 0.1% drop in September and followed a 0.4% fall in August. The rise in mortgage interest rates also affected this situation. Housing construction in October decreased by five […]

Arabtec wins AED 353 million award for the UAE Pavilion at Expo 2020

Arabtec Construction a wholly owned subsidiary of Arabtec Holding PJSC (“Arabtec” or “Group”), a leading contractor for social and economic infrastructure, has been awarded with an AED 353 million contract from Abu Dhabi National Media Council to build the UAE Pavilion at Expo 2020 which is located opposite Al Wasl Plaza in the centre of […]

£27.7 billion set to target UK Build to Rent sector in next five years :CBRE

There is currently £27.7 billion worth of equity targeting the UK Build to Rent sector over the next five years, according to CBRE’s Build to Rent Equity Barometer. The research suggests that a quarter of this capital is domestic whilst almost half originates from North America. The main constraint for investors continues to be a […]

NAHB : U.S. builder confidence holds firm in April

Builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes remained solid in April, falling three points to a level of 68 on the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) after an unusually high March reading. “Even with this month’s modest drop, builder confidence is on very firm ground, and builders are […]