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Non-residential Construction Start Trend Graphs - February 2015

Apr 01, 2015

Clichés are often true and it is the case that a picture can be worth a thousand words.

2015 03 31 US Non-residential Construction Start Trends

Below are six graphs recording 12-month moving averages of CMD ’s non-residential construction starts.

When the value of the current month is higher than for the same month a year ago, the line will turn up; when lower, it will dip.

String a couple of similar positive or negative directional changes together over several months and one has a trend.

And that’s what the graphs are designed to do, show improving or deteriorating trends in a dozen major and more granular categories of construction work.

Click here to download the Construction Industry Snapshot Package - February 2015 PDF.

Click here for the February 2015 Industry Snapshot article, “Broad-based Declines in CMD’s February Starts”.

Click here for the Top 10 largest construction project starts in the U.S. - February 2015.

U.S. Non-residential Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Non-residential Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.

U.S. Commercial & Institutional Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Commercial & Institutional Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.

U.S. Retail & Private Office Building Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Retail & Private Office Building Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.

U.S. Hospital/Clinic & School/College Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Hospital/Clinic & School/College Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.

U.S. Road/Highway & Water/Sewage Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Road/Highway & Water/Sewage Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.

U.S. Bridges & Miscellaneous Civil Construction Starts ‒ CMD
(12-month moving averages)

U.S. Bridges & Miscellaneous Civil Construction Starts ‒ CMD

Source and Chart: CMD.



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