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The Dodge Momentum Index increases in March

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, moved 1.7% higher in March to 151.4 from the revised February reading of 148.8. According to the March data, the Index hit its highest level since the summer of 2018 as a result of an increase in institutional projects that entered the planning stage, and which came on the heels of a similar gain for the sector in February. While healthcare and lab projects continue to dominate institutional planning, March saw a more broad-based selection of project types including education and recreation buildings.

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Dodge Momentum Index posts strong gain in February

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, rose 7.1% in February to 149.0 from the revised January reading of 139.1. The institutional component of the Momentum Index jumped 26.3% during the month, while the commercial component was essentially flat.

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Dodge Momentum Index ends 2020 on a high note

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, jumped 9.2% in December to 134.6 from the revised November reading of 123.3. The gain in the commercial component of the Momentum Index was heartening even though the increase was mostly the result of a sizeable increase in warehouse planning.

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Dodge Momentum Index falls in November

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, fell 2.6% in November to 123.3 from the revised October reading of 126.5. The institutional component of the Momentum Index fell 4.4%, while the commercial component lost 1.6%.

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Dodge Momentum Index posts dip in October

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, fell 1.8% in October to 127.5 (2000=100) from the revised September reading of 129.8. The commercial component of the Momentum Index lost 4.4% over the month, but the institutional component gained 3.3%.

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Dodge Momentum Index increases in September

The Dodge Momentum Index, issued by Dodge Data & Analytics, rose 3.7% in September. The Momentum Index has made steady, albeit slow, progress since hitting a nadir in June. In the third quarter, the Momentum Index gained 2.2% over the previous three months.

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Dodge Momentum Index inches up in August

Dodge Data & Analytics reports that the Dodge Momentum Index increased 1.8% in August. The commercial component rose 3.3%, while the institutional component moved 1.2% lower. The August increase in the overall Momentum Index is the second consecutive rise and a further sign that the construction sector continues to post a modest recovery following the large declines in April and June. This recovery, though, is uneven.

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Dodge Momentum Index increases in July

This month’s increase in the Dodge Momentum Index was the first in all of 2020. Since December 2019, the Momentum Index has lost 18% with most of the decline coming in April when the COVID-19 pandemic led to numerous business shutdowns across the country. The pullback has largely come from institutional planning, rather than commercial plans.

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Dodge Momentum Index flat in May

While the Dodge Momentum Index may move lower in the future, its present level continues to suggest that there are enough projects entering planning to allow construction to begin a modest recovery in the third quarter.

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