Construction spending in September rose 14.1% since last year.

This week the House Rules Committee is going to consider the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015, a bill that would put $261 billion into highways, $55 billion into transit and about $9 billion in safety programs.

This October, US manufacturing activity hit a two and a half year low, however, new orders and construction spending have increased.

This court case proves why it is important to review both the subcontract and the prime contract on any given project to limit your risk.