Construction economist sees more problems to come

Residential construction will be slow next year and costs will continue to rise, according to AGC's chief economist, Ken Simonson. He also predicts that the commercial sectors performing well now will begin to sour and that school construction will slow as declining home prices bring fewer tax dollars. However, military construction and energy projects should do well.

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