Uncertainty over the Presidential election and concerns over solutions about the “fiscal cliff” have tamped down enthusiasm in the construction market, according to Robert Murray, McGraw-Hill Construction’s Vice President of Economic Affairs. At McGraw-Hill’s 2013 Construction Forecast, held Oct. 23-24 in Washington D.C., economists gave construction execs a snapshot of an industry that’s moving slowly but surely in the right direction despite the current air of uncertainty blanketing the ...
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