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By: Alex Carrick on March 15th, 2021

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Top 10 Project Starts in the U.S. - February 2021

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The accompanying table records the top 10 project starts in the U.S. for February 2021.

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There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when jobsite work actually gets underway. And, as showcase projects, they highlight geographically where major construction projects are proceeding.

Also, total construction activity is comprised of many small and medium-sized projects and a limited number of large developments. But the largest projects, simply by their nature, can dramatically affect total dollar and square footage volumes. In other words, the timing and size of these projects have an exaggerated influence on market forecasts.

Download the Construction Industry Snapshot Package - February 2021 PDF.

Check out the February 2021 Industry Snapshot article, February 2021 Nonresidential Construction Starts -30% Ytd vs ‘Normal’

Check out the Nonresidential Construction Starts Trend Graphs - February 2021.

Top 10 project starts in the U.S. - February 2021
LOCATION
(East to
West)
TYPE OF
CONSTRUCTION
DESCRIPTION
Sq. Ft.
000s*
Dollars
000,000s
New York        
New York Residential One Wall Street/New York                       1,100 $1,500
    (3 structures; 55 stories; 577 units) 1 Wall St    
    Macklowe Properties    
         
New York Residential Broome Street Development - Phases  1& 2                          400 $235
    (3 structures; 30 stories; 378 units) 55 Suffolk St    
    Gotham Organization    
         
Staten Island Commercial Staten Island 1 and 3 Garage - Phase 2 - Borough of Staten Island  *  $128
    (2 structures) 1000 West Service Rd    
    NYC Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC)    
         
Pennsylvania        
Lancaster Institutional Lancaster General Hospital ER Building Addition                            81 $183
    (1 structure; 100 units) 555 N Duke St     
    Lancaster General Hospital    
         
Georgia        
Atlanta Institutional RFQ D/B - CDC Building 108, Building 112A, Parking Deck 161B and Associated Infrastructure - Chamblee, Georgia                          337 $201
    (3 structures) 4770 Buford Hwy NE    
    Department of Health and Human Services - Procurement and Grants Office (Atlanta)    
         
Tennessee        
Nashville Residential Albion Nashville                       1,012 $140
    (3 structures; 20 stories; 415 units) 645 Division St    
    Marcus & Millichap    
         
Missouri        
Creve Coeur Institutional Mercy Outpatient Center/Creve Coeur                          272 $158
    (2 structures; 7 stories) 701 S New Ballas Rd    
    St. John's Mercy Medcal    
         
California        
Morgan Hill Industrial Butterfield 5 Technology Park                          410 $220
    (1 structure) Butterfield Blvd & Monterey Rd    
    Trammell Crow Company/CBRE    
         
North Hollywood Institutional North Hollywood High School - Comprehensive Modernization  *  $200
    (1 structure) 5231 Colfax Ave    
    Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) - Facilities Department    
         
Bakersfield Institutional Del Oro High School: Increment No 2                          768 $133
    (3 structures) 7501 E Panama Ln    
    Kern High School District    
         
TOTALS:     4,380 $3,098
*A square footage measure does not apply for alteration, some forms of industrial (e.g., petrochemical) and engineering/civil work.
Data source and table: ConstructConnect.

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About Alex Carrick

Alex Carrick is Chief Economist for ConstructConnect. He has delivered presentations throughout North America on the U.S., Canadian and world construction outlooks. Mr. Carrick has been with the company since 1985.