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Houston’s 2018 Nonresidential Construction Starts Down 5 Percent Year-Over-Year

HOUSTON — The volume of nonresidential construction starts in the Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land metropolitan area has declined by 5 percent year-over-year, according to a recent report from Dodge Data & Analytics. The report also noted that residential construction starts in the metro have increased by 30 percent year-over-year. For the month of September, the value of Houston’s new nonresidential construction starts was approximately $479 million, down from $569 million in September 2017, a decrease of 16 percent.

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