JC Cannistrarorsquos fortunes are buoyed back a backlog of 7 billion in projects in the Boston area totaling 14 million square feet J.C. Cannistraro

J.C. Cannistraro’s fortunes are buoyed back a backlog of $7 billion in projects in the Boston area, totaling 14 million square feet.

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Construction. Well, that’s what we’re hearing from contractors across the country—commercial construction is faring well. The top contractors are feeling positive about construction, and work in general, for the upcoming year. Lower gas prices, steady commodity prices and no new regulations have a calming and stabilizing impact on the market.

And while commercial construction continues to thrive, an interesting dichotomy is happening. While construction job growth increases i

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