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ENR March 30, 2015
 ENR March 30, 2015
Cover Story:

2015 First Quarterly Cost Report: Industry Market Confidence Hits Record High

The construction market has enjoyed steady growth for several years, but one sector that has been leading the recovery, petroleum, has suddenly hit a roadblock as plummeting oil prices have resulted in project postponements.

Dramatic Drop in Fuel Prices Starts to Ripple Through Costs

Diesel Fuel Prices Bottom Out

Asphalt Prices Begin To Decline In Short Term

Firms Feel the Drop in Oil

Complete 2015 Q1 Cost Report, with Data and Analysis (PDF, subscription required)


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