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Reports Indicate Construction Activity Starts Down Significantly in First Half of 2014

Recent economic data suggests that construction starts are down significantly over the first half of the 2014 calendar year.  According to the Tall Timer Group, as reported by the Pittsburgh Business Times, housing starts are down 37.3% and non-residential construction is down 29.4% during the first half of 2014.  Much more information about the sluggish construction numbers for the beginning of this year may be found by following this link to a blog post about the subject found on Building Pittsburgh, a blog operated and maintained by the Tall Timber Group’s president, Jeff Burd.