Non-residential starts will continue to fall in 2010

12/17/2009 | Engineering News-Record

The ongoing economic downturn will continue to hurt nonresidential building markets next year, according to a forecast by McGraw Hill Construction. Non-residential building starts will decline an additional 2% in 2010 after falling 30% this year, according to the forecast. Meanwhile, industry observers expect the Construction Cost Index will increase 2.3% next year. The Building Cost Index is expected to rise 1.3%.

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