CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In New York City, BidClerk data shows an increase in both the private and public sector year over year. The New York City metro region saw more than 7,100 new construction projects put out for bid with a total contract value of $34 billion 2014, BidClerk data showed. This compares to a total contract value of $16 billion reported in 2013.
Nationally, BidClerk reported on 162,000 commercial construction projects valued at $455 billion in 2014. BidClerk saw an increase in the total contract values of more than $175 billion compared to 2013. These figures include both public and private work and represent the aggregate value of actively bidding commercial construction contract opportunities available in BidClerk's database.
One project of note is the East Harlem Education Center with a budget of $30 million. Noble Construction Group is leading the project and Perkins Eastman is designing it.
Another large project is the Brightview Senior Living project in Warren, NJ. The project’s estimated cost is $24 million and JSA Architecture is designing with Wohlsen Construction at helm.
The regions surveyed in the BidClerk Construction Index™ study were New York, NY; Northern New Jersey; and Long Island, NY.
Today's construction data was released by BidClerk, a leading provider of construction project data and marketing tools for building product manufacturers, contractors, and distributors. The BCI data represents projects that actively bid in 2014 and is not a full representation of BidClerk's full project database. The BidClerk Construction Index is a quarterly data service offered at no cost to media outlets that cover regional construction news. Members of the media may request custom BCI reports by contacting BCI@BidClerk.com.
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