The construction industry has been one of the key drivers of urbanization and industrialization throughout the world for the past 100 years. As with all industry, COVID has disrupted construction throughout the world. From increased demand for luxury housing to supply chain disruptions that have led to increased construction prices, knowing the latest construction statistics gives businesses an essential advantage.

With work from home becoming a new reality, the impact that this will have on new construction and infrastructure projects will be tremendous. What will cities of the future look like when workers are free to live wherever they please? What effect will this have on commercial real estate whose value depends on troves of workers descending on city centers each day? All of these questions have yet to be answered. One thing is for certain, with the information we make available, your firm will be much better equipped to answer them.

Indicators in this sector include: 

  • Total employment in construction 
  • Total investment capital in public and private investment
  • Total federal transfers
  • Over 50 indicators in the sector. 
Recent News
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Cement sales slow down in December

Cement production in December was 634 thousand 94-lb bags. Production in December was 25% greater...
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Real Estate continues to grow

A total of 12,202 housing units were sold in the period between January and November...
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Secretary of DEDC announces 7,000 upcoming projects

Today on an interview with Manuel Laboy the Secretary of Puerto Rico’s Department of Economic...
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Cement Sales decrease towards end of year

Cement production in November fell 30% compared to October after two consecutive months of growth....
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The Secretary of the Department of Economic Development and Trade anounces incentives for SME

The Secretary of the Department of Economic Development and Trade (DDEC), Manuel Cidre Miranda announced...
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Cement Sales slow down in October

Cement production in October was 727.4 94-pound bags, 18% more than in September, and 13%...
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Housing Market Declines in September

There were a total of 1,079 housing units sold in Puerto Rico during the month...
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Housing Unit Sales Remain Elevated

There was a total of 1,079 housing units sold in Puerto Rico during the month...
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Disminuyen las ventas de viviendas en junio

En el mes de junio del 2021, se vendieron un total de 1,680 unidades de...
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