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New York City District Council of Carpenters’s Monitor Glen McGorty (iStock; LinkedIn)

NYC carpenters union changes how it roots out mob ties

The city’s largest construction union is taking steps to root out possible ties to organized crime among its members....

NYC carpenters union changes how it roots out mob ties
Housing starts rose almost 5% last month
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Housing starts rose almost 5% last month

Homebuilding surged in October in tandem with confidence in the sector reaching a new high. Housing starts jumped 4.9 percent to 1.5 million, seasonally adjusted, compared to 1.4 million logged in September by the...

Housing starts rose almost 5% last month
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Homebuilder confidence soars to another record high

Homebuilders’ faith in the housing market continues to reach new heights, even as the country braces itself for a...

Homebuilder confidence soars to another record high
Ralph Esposito (Twitter)
Tri-State

Lendlease exec jumps ship for Suffolk Construction

After more than two decades with Lendlease, the head of the company’s eastern region is heading to a firm...

Lendlease exec jumps ship for Suffolk Construction
Maria Rioumine and Ryan Gibson (Agora, iStock)
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Tishman Speyer, Suffolk back supply-chain startup

Building materials cost around $250 billion a year. To help keep spending in check, Tishman Speyer and Suffolk Construction...

Tishman Speyer, Suffolk back supply-chain startup
Homebuilders continue to be responsible for the majority of dollars spent on construction (iStock)
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Construction spending up from a year ago

Construction spending this year is up 4.1 percent from last year, according to new data for September. During the first nine months of the year, some $1.058 trillion has been put toward public and...

Construction spending up from a year ago

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