As construction costs stabilize, Valley general contractors struggle to find labor


As general contractors complete a backlog of projects in 2022, industry insiders told the Business Journal they expect to see a slowdown in construction activity moving into 2023 and even into 2024 for nonresidential development as some future projects are put on hold.

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