In this Issue:
- Denver’s construction activity approaching historic peak of 2007
- Market Update
- Condominium Construction Defects Legislation Introduced
- Whether for Cause or Convenience, Termination Can Be Tricky
- Excerpt From Denver’s construction activity approaching historic peak of 2007:
Construction activity in the greater Denver area has been steadily increasing over the past 17 quarters and we don’t anticipate much slowing down for the remainder of 2014 and into 2015. Construction employment in Colorado has grown by a robust 9% since this same period last year and totals 135,600 jobs, but still remains over 20% below the peak levels of 2007.
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Topics: Condominiums, Construction Industry, Contractors, General Contractors, Job Creation, Real Estate Development
Published In: General Business Updates, Construction Updates, Insurance Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates
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