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建筑项目陆续复工 劳务成本趋于平稳

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    根据埃信华迈公司和采购执行小组数据,建筑工程成本6月份下滑,6月份的建筑工程采购指数位于49.0,略低于50的中位值。本月建筑材料和设备采购指数处于47.2,表明价格略有下跌,分包商指数位于53.2,稍有上升。
    埃信华迈定价和采购业务主管助理艾米丽•克罗利说“经济下滑之前,建筑劳务市场就存在劳务短缺,所以尽管疫情导致在建项目停工,新建项目减少,市场对劳务工人需求减少,可能有些公司对劳务工人的福利打了折扣,但劳务工人的工资下滑的空间不大”。
    在经历了上个月的历史最低值之后,半年期的建筑采购成本指数在6月份回升至52.8。材料/设备和劳务成本预期价格都有所上升。半年期建筑材料和设备预期指数从上月的39.9升至本月的53.5,受访者认为12个分项中的7项价格有望上升。六月份的分包商劳务采购成本指数位于51.2。接下来6个月,美国西部地区的劳务成本预期将会上升,美国其它地区和加拿大各地劳务成本将继续走平。


    在调研中,受访者继续指出,受新冠肺炎影响,市场对建筑劳务工人需求量减少。(文章来源:IHS Markit 网站,翻译:澳门新葡官网进入网站8883)

Construction Labor Costs Stabilize as Projects Halted Due to COVID-19 Resume Work
June 24, 2020


    NEW YORK (June 24, 2020) – Engineering and Construction costs fell in June, according to IHS Markit (NYSE: INFO) and the Procurement Executives Group (PEG). The current headline IHS Markit PEG Engineering and Construction Cost Index registered 49.0 in June, falling just short of the neutral mark 50; a neutral index reading indicates responders see no change in pricing. The materials and equipment portion of the index came in at 47.2, still indicating falling prices, while the sub-contractor portion came in at 53.2, signaling rising costs.
    Emily Crowley, associate director, Pricing and Purchasing, IHS Markit. “Construction labor markets were facing shortages prior to the economic downturn which will limit any downside correction on wages, though we may see cuts to discretionary bonuses going forward as delays lead to a thinner pipeline of new projects, taking pressure off of labor demand in the industry.”
    The six-month headline expectations for future construction costs rose in June with an index figure of 52.8, recovering from an all-time low last month. Both the materials/equipment and labor subcomponents recorded expectations of future price increases. The six-month materials and equipment expectations index came in at 53.5 this month, up from 39.9 last month, with responders expecting increasing prices for seven out of 12 categories. Expectations for sub-contractor labor registered 51.2 in June. While the U.S. West is expected to see higher labor costs in six months, labor costs are expected to stay flat in the other regions of the U.S. and both regions of Canada.

    In the survey comments, respondents continued to note lower demand conditions due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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