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Home > News > Industry News > Glass-Related Construction Spending Down in February

Glass-Related Construction Spending Down in February

Post Time£ºApr 08,2021Classify:Industry NewsView£º1075

The value of nonresidential architectural glass and glazing spending declined in February, according to Key Media & Research (KMR), a leading data and information provider to the glass industry.

Nonresidential glass construction fell by 6.6%, slightly outpacing a 6.1% dip in overall nonresidential construction spending on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate.

KMR¡¯s glass and glazing activity figures are adapted and modified from the U.S. Census Bureau¡¯s monthly construction spending report, with proprietary weighting and models applied to industry-relevant subsectors.

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