Numbers released this week revealed that fewer infrastructure projects are being built in the U.S.
Dodge Data & Analytics reported a 31% decline in the nonbuilding sector, which includes work such as roads, bridges and pipelines.
The plummeting numbers were also echoed in a report earlier this month that found that infrastructure projects worth $9.6 billion have been canceled or delayed due to COVID-19.
Nevertheless, in some areas, the coronavirus has brought on a burst in civil projects, with governors in states like Florida and Minnesota accelerating highway and bridge construction while fewer drivers are on the roads.
Construction Dive wants to know: Is the gloomy outlook affecting your infrastructure project pipeline? Have you seen jobs in the sector called off or delayed due to the effects of COVID-19? Or, conversely, are your infrastructure projects speeding along?
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