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The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2018.Masco also acquired Mercury Plastics, Inc., a manufacturer of water handling systems for appliance and faucet applications and other plumbing products.Condominium sales jumped by 35 per cent, while plexes increased by five per cent and single-family homes fell slightly by one per cent.The ‘Dodge Momentum Index’ grew 3.6 per cent in December to 153.9 from the revised November reading of 148.6. December’s increase was due to an 8.6 per cent jump in the institutional component of the index, while the commercial component eked out a 0.7 per cent gain.That is a real problem that affects affordability and jobs because every new home that is built generates three full-time jobs over the course of a year.Take that away and you’ve lost those jobs.” See the interview at Job Losses Murexpair Inc. The Sherbrooke, QC-based retailer has been serving the local community for 17 years.Four of the six main areas of the Montreal CMA registered increases.Laval, the Island of Montreal, and the South Shore had strong sales at 20, 15, and 15 per cent respectively.
The value of building permits issued by Canadian municipalities declined 7.7 per cent to .7 billion in November, the first decrease in three months, says Statistics Canada.
Owner Jonathan Sirois and partner Bruno Langlois wanted to grow their business by having access to additional products, but didn’t want to lose their independence or compromise the core of their business, so they chose Castle.
As part of the group, the specialty store will now offer a wider range of steel roofing, siding, decking products, and commercial designer steel siding.
The index is a monthly measure of the first (or initial) report for non-residential building projects in planning, which have been shown to lead construction spending for non-residential buildings in the U. For the full year 2017, the index averaged 132.3, up 10.7 per cent from the full year average for 2016, with similar improvement for the commercial sector (up 11.4 per cent) and the institutional sector (up 9.7 per cent).
After retreating during the third quarter of 2017, the index regained its upward track in the fourth quarter, which enabled December’s reading to be up 20.9 per cent compared to the same month a year ago.
After falling from a peak of $2.9 billion in October 2016, the value of permits for single-family dwellings remained steady at approximately $2.6 billion throughout 2017.