The above table of information consists of Non-Union projects that can be manipulated in a variety of ways by using the "Filter by"
and "Sort by"
lines above the table.
Depending on the nature of your filter criteria, information within the table may extend horizontally and vertically, so please take note of the scroll bars within the table along the right and bottom.
Selecting "Filter by" criteria Quick Tips:
Filtering criteria can be left blank to see all Non-Union projects since the last reported period. This is considered the default query.
To narrow your results, include specific criteria in any of the text fields and/or select criteria from drop down menus provided.
Text fields are not case-sensitive.
Abbreviated names are often separated by spaces in our database.
Selecting "Sort by" criteria Quick Tips:
Sorting the results after you have selected filtering criteria will help organize the information in a number of ways.
For maximum control over how the results are organized, you may combine up to three different "Sort by" selections by using the drop down menus and choosing any of the 18 options provided.
When combining multiple "Sort by" criteria, priority will be given to what is selected first, sorted again by what is selected second, and sorted once more by what is third (just as it is ordered in the "Sort by" line).
The default for all results will be sorted by Period
followed by Est. Elec.
. Project ID
numbers are not always in chronological order and do not always relate to when work started.
By using the "Ascending" sorting option, you can quickly flip the list of results to see what is at the bottom.
When satisfied with your filtering and sorting criteria, select the "Submit" button to submit your query and see the results.
Adjustments can be made to your search by modifying your criteria and selecting the "Submit" button again.
To clear your criteria and return to the default list of results, select the "Reset" button.
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The average "project" is a summary of data gleaned from electrical permits, building permits, advertisements, and other sources, which allows CDR to compile better information about the market. The information displayed in this table is the result of "snapshots" of specific reports at the time they were reported. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but the data should be considered "best estimates" rather than absolutes. Use the information in this table at your own risk. CDR cannot be responsible for damages or losses incurred as a result of inaccuracies in the data or disagreements in their interpretation.