Transportation, Institutional Work dominate rankings

d'amico, esther
March 2012
ENR: Engineering News-Record;3/12/2012, Vol. 268 Issue 7, pNY15
Trade Publication
The article discusses construction activity in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut region. The author notes that the combined contract values of 25 construction projects ranked by "ENR: Engineering News-Record" have declined as construction activity in the region failed to improve. Topics include transportation projects, projects in the institutional sector, and projects in the healthcare sector.


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