October 13, 2020, by Ken Mann
The city of Hamilton has officially surpassed $1 billion worth of construction activity for 2020, thanks to alternative service delivery options during the COVID-19 pandemic, including online building permits and virtual meetings with development applicants.
Through Sept. 30, residential building activity accounts for almost 70 percent of this year’s construction value in Hamilton. Seventeen percent of the total involves industrial construction, 11 percent commercial and 3 percent institutional development activity.
Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger says reaching the milestone in the midst of a global pandemic “sends a strong message that the momentum in Hamilton is real and continues despite all the challenges we have faced this year.”
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