Builders Exchange of Kentucky in the News

Kevin Eigelbach with Business First recently published a piece on the record number of construction projects Builders Exchange has reported on this year.

Here is an excerpt:

The Louisville construction trade organization’s total number of projects listed is on a pace to surpass 3,000 projects by the end of the year, said executive vice president and CEO John Cary. Last year’s high of 2,755 projects was surpassed on Oct. 4.

The increase in projects is a good indicator of an improving economy, Cary said.

The nonprofit has one of the most active construction plan rooms in the state, where contractors can inspect plans for projects they might want to bid on. The exchange lists projects from across Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

You can read the entire article here.

We’re excited about the number of projects reported this year and proud of our reporting staff for the hard work they’ve put in to find as many projects as possible for our members during a time of economic recovery.

If you’re a member looking for a project we do not have, please do not hesitate to call 502-459-9800 and tell our reporting staff so they can track it down.

You may also e-mail project requests at info@bxkentucky.com

3 thoughts on “Builders Exchange of Kentucky in the News

  1. John Kelly says:

    Kudos to the entire team at Builers Exchange. Keep up the great work.

  2. John Kelly says:

    What a great looking blog and a great looking E-Newsletter. It is a dramatic improvement on how you disseminate current information. Keep up the great work.

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