Value of Nonresidential Construction Starts Increase 15% in October 2016 via ConstructConnect

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ConstructConnect reported that the value of October nonresidential construction starts increased 15.1% from September to $29.5 billion. Historically, there is a standard 4% seasonal drop in the value of construction starts this time of year.

Colorado is credited with two of ConstructConnect’s 10 largest project starts; both multifamily projects, including Elements at Prairie Center, Brighton, CO ($88 million) and The Copper Range Apartments, Colorado Springs, CO ($70 million).

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  1. February 6, 2022 at 11:06 pm — Reply

    Thanks for the great post on the value of nonresidential construction starts!

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