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Trendlines

Construction Trendlines

Commodity Trends (% change)

1 mo : 9.84%
2 mo : 21.77%
1 yr : 64.75%
2 yr : 200.45%

1 mo : -0%
2 mo : 0.97%
1 yr : 10.82%
2 yr : 18.78%

1 mo : 1.44%
2 mo : 1.63%
1 yr : 9.33%
2 yr : 18.8%

1 mo : -0.3%
2 mo : 0.01%
1 yr : 16.15%
2 yr : 40.57%

1 mo : -0.18%
2 mo : -0.55%
1 yr : 13.24%
2 yr : 32.5%

1 mo : -2.69%
2 mo : -6.65%
1 yr : -2.43%
2 yr : 9.66%

1 mo : -2.44%
2 mo : -3.91%
1 yr : 9.65%
2 yr : 60.27%

Perspectives

October 2022 UPDATE – Diesel prices have jumped in the last month following a period of 3 monthly decreases.

Concrete pricing is flat from September to October, and limited supplies of cement continue to contribute to high prices.

Glass pricing is continuing a long slow trend of price increases (near monthly increases since February of 2021.)

Gypsum product pricing has been relatively flat since May 2022. Pricing remains near all-time highs.

Insulation pricing has been relatively flat since July 2022.

Lumber prices are down 33% from recent highs in March 2022.

Structural steel / fabricated metals are continuing a slow downtrend in pricing from the recent peak in June 2022.

Ready Mix Concrete

Flat Glass

Gypsum

Insulation

Lumber and Plywood

Fabricated Structural Metal

Commodity Trends (% Change)

Preconstruction Solutions

Manhattan’s Preconstruction Services Team Launches Trendlines

The market has been unprecedented over the last couple of years related to unpredictable escalation and supply chain issues due first to the pandemic and then exasperated by the Russian / Ukraine conflict. Over the last couple of months, we finally see some trends in the downward direction related to escalation. Although no one has a crystal ball, being educated on the current market gives Manhattan Construction the ability to advise clients on mitigation for both escalation concerns and supply chain management issues.

Being informed allows for solutions to be incorporated into the plans for projects during preconstruction and continuing all the way through construction. To provide in-depth, real-time information on the current market, Manhattan Construction is launching its Trendlines site. This website serves as a reference point to understand the current commodity changes and provides advice/insights on current challenges/solutions related to the current market from our preconstruction experts. Please bookmark this site and reach out to your local preconstruction representative for advice / more in-depth information on the market.

We will provide monthly updates to coincide with the release schedule for the US Bureau of Labor Statistics Producer Price Index (PPI).

– Raylena Browning, Vice President of Preconstruction

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