Materials shortages could impede Kansas City building boom

08/23/2004 | American City Business Journals

Kansas City is set to spend about $2 billion for raw materials over the next few years, but current and planned projects may slow down because of higher prices and lower availability for basic raw materials. Terry Dunn, president and CEO of J.E. Dunn Construction Co., said although his firm hadn't run up against price increases in years, "now we've hit a supply-and-demand delta and are seeing major movements in prices."

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