US Construction Service

A comprehensive five-year outlook for construction activity in the United States.

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Our US construction forecasting service, created in partnership with ConstructConnect, provides clients with information they need for effective decision-making.

Regular updates and quarterly chartbook

The service is updated once a quarter, drawing on our baseline macroeconomic forecasts for the US and global economies and our global industry forecasts.

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Forecast trends for the widely-watched building activity data published each month.

Regular updates and chartbook

The service is updated quarterly, drawing on our baseline global macroeconomic forecasts

Granular forecast data and history

The service covers 48 indicators, with a forecast horizon of five years and historical data

Advanced analytical functions

Our web-based databank allows users to build custom queries and view data in all formats

In-depth coverage for 81 construction series

The US Construction service comprehensively forecasts building indicators across public and private sectors, as well as state, federal & local government jurisdictions.

Geographical coverage

Our coverage includes US national aggregates, 50 states plus the District of Columbia, more than 400 metros and more than 3,000 counties.

  • Identify growth opportunities. Understand which markets and segments are expanding fastest and why.
  • Benchmarking. Compare national, state and local market trends to your own company’s performance.
  • Future proof your strategy. You can rely on Oxford Economics’ forecasts to help you inform your strategy and protect the future of your business.
Series coverage
  • The data set includes a total of 81 series.
  • Forecasts by construction type (residential and non-residential) and construction spender (private sector, federal government, and state/ local government).

US Construction Service

The service provides a comprehensive outlook for construction activity across three categories of spender in the United States: the private sector, the federal government, and state/local government.

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