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Construction Economic News

Stay up to date on the latest construction economic news and get in-depth analysis and insights from Chief Economist Alex Carrick and Senior Economist Michael Guckes.

Michael Guckes, Senior Economist

Michael Guckes is Senior Economist for ConstructConnect. He is an international speaker on the North American construction market. Michael has over a decade of economics-related experience in the construction and manufacturing industries.

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Project Stress Index

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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Project Stress Index

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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Construction Economy Brief

Fuel-Up on Economic Insights in About Three Minutes

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Project Stress Index

By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 29th, 2024

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 22nd, 2024

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 15th, 2024

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 9th, 2024

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.

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Construction Economy Brief

By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 8th, 2024

Fuel-Up on Economic Insights in About Three Minutes

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By: Michael Guckes, Senior Economist
April 1st, 2024

Read this article to understand the level of U.S. non-residential construction projects that have been delayed, on hold, or abandoned.