New York City Building Boom, Now in its Fourth Year, Still Going Strong
New York Building Congress Forecasts Nearly $150 Billion in Construction Spending Over Three-Year Span
New York City is in the midst of its second and most robust building boom of the 21st century – with no end currently in sight.
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On behalf of more than 450 constituent organizations comprising more than 250,000 skilled tradespeople and professionals, the Building Congress supports sound public policy, promotes productive capital spending, encourages public/private partnerships, and evaluates the implementation of major government projects.
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