North Dakota Building Supplies Cost Twenty Percent above National Average, According to New American Project Guide Construction Report

American Project Guide Report reveals that owners, contractors and subcontractors and the building sector as a whole are paying above national average for basic building materials in North Dakota.

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota (PRWEB) August 11, 2014

New research from American Project Guide Construction (http://www.apgreports.com) published in its ProjectFinder411 Report reveals that owners, contractors and subcontractors and the building sector as a whole are paying above national average for basic building materials in Williston, North Dakota. Only a few builders attempt to save on this 20 percent increase with items such as flooring, hardware and finishing materials by going 125 miles to Minot, ND.

Research in the ProjectFinder411 Report indicates that the Menards Corporation has caught wind of this increased shortage of construction supplies and is in the initial planning stages to build their sixth Menards Supply store in North Dakota located in the heart of Williston.

American Project Guide Construction has seen increased demand for their North Dakota Project Reports from Supply Houses and Manufacturing Representatives looking to ship their materials out of the economically depressed States. The American Project Guide headquarters located just to the south of the boom town area in Sioux Falls, SD has the local advantage on the Construction information happening on the ground. With a subscription to the Online Construction Bidding Platform users can access up to the minute results on Project Plans, Specs, Bid Results, Bid Tabulation, Project Budget Amounts, Project Start Dates and Key Contact Information inaccessible by the other construction reporting firms. While the big data corporations will be able to cover the Dakotas in broad strokes, they will never be able to compete with the hometown Private Projects advantage.

“The information was first reported in the American Project Guide Construction Data article on August 8, 2014.” http://www.apgreports.com/411-construction-blog/construction-data-reports/


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