New York State gets an ‘F’ in several construction-related categories: Report
he climate for builders and contractors in New York State is the worst in the nation, according to a report released by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).
While the construction industry in New York is vibrant and growing, earning a C grade in the report, things could be better and the state gets F grades in several categories, according to Brian Sampson, president of the ABC’s Empire State Chapter.
The report comes up with scorecards on each state through analysis of various factors and data such as regulations and laws that impact open construction markets.
“I’m surprised that we are dead last…but these are not unique or new challenges to the state of New York.”
Sampson says the association’s ninth annual report on construction across the U.S. concludes New York State’s laws are “more supportive” of unionized construction than non-unionized.
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