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Tag: Construction

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Summer Road Construction

We’re right in the middle of summer, which means we’re in the middle of road construction season. John Gleason from the Utah Department of Transportation gives us an update on projects that we should keep in mind. Here are some…

Utah Land

Construction industry rebounding in Utah, U.S.

The Deseret News posted this article. Seeing growth in the construction industry is vital to landowners that are hoping to see property values increase or are in the process of selling. _______________________________________________________________________ Utah’s strong economy is feeding one of the…

Utah Land

Land Lines- Week 40

Land Lines – Week 40 New home sales surged in August, news like that is always positive for landowners in growth areas. The August rate is 33% higher than August 2013 and is a solid indication of the ongoing recovery…

Commercial Construction in Utah

Pent Up Demand Leads to Construction Explosion in Salina

At the juncture of I-70 Interchange and State Highway 89, a 236-acre industrial site called the Salina Commercial Center, an EDCUtah SURE Site, will soon be home to a 25,000 square-foot Kenworth dealership. Nearby, Peterbilt and Freightliner are also constructing…

Utah Land Stats

Week 33 Land Stats

Week 33 Land Stats have been provided by Brooke Glaittli.   I hope you all have been able to get outside and enjoy the sun we are finally seeing again! I like some of you attended the Salt Lake Parade…

Housing Study

NAHB Releases New “Priced Out” Numbers

NAHB Economics recently released its 2014 Priced Out Estimates showing that, nationally, a $1,000 increase in the median new home price (triggered, for example, by additional regulation) prices 206,269 households out of the market for the home. This means that…

Construction

Construction spending falls 1.8 percent in June

INGTON (AP) — U.S. construction spending fell in June by the largest amount in more than three years as housing, non-residential construction and government spending all weakened. Construction spending dropped 1.8 percent in June on a seasonally adjusted basis after…