Ken Simonson March 2009

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Tables and charts showing changes in producer price indexes (PPIs) for construction materials, segments, finished building types and subcontractors.

Tables and charts showing changes in producer price indexes (PPIs) for construction materials, segments, finished building types and subcontractors.

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  • 1. Change in Producer Prices for Construction vs. Consumer Prices, 2003 - 2009 (December 2003 = 100) Source: BLS (CPI, PPI) Feb. 2009
  • 2. Producer Price Indexes, 2007 - 2009 Inputs to construction industries Change from 2/08-2/09: 0.5% Highway & street construction Change from 2/08-2/09: -2.5% Nonresidential buildings Change from 2/08-2/09: -0.1% Other heavy construction Change from 2/08-2/09: -2.4%
  • 3. Producer Price Indexes, 2007 - 2009 No. 2 Diesel Fuel Change from 2/08-2/09: -49.4% Steel Mill Products Change from 2/08-2/09: -9.8% Concrete Products Change from 2/08-2/09: 4.8% Asphalt Paving Mixtures & Blocks Change from 2/08-2/09: 20.1%
  • 4. Producer Price Indexes, 2007 - 2009 Copper & Brass Mill Shapes Change from 2/08-2/09: -33.7% Aluminum Mill Shapes Change from 2/08-2/09: -16.4% Lumber and Plywood Change from 2/08-2/09: -7.1% Gypsum Products Change from 2/08-2/09: 7.8%
  • 5. Ken Simonson Chief Economist Associated General Contractors of America simonsonk@agc.org, 703-837-5313 www.agc.org