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May 22, 2014 11:30 AM

April home construction surged 88 percent

After a weak first quarter, residential construction skyrocketed in metro Kansas City in April with $247 million in contracts issued. The surge in housing construction reported by McGraw Hill Construction returned the pace of housing construction through the first four months of the year to where it was a year ago in the Kansas City area.

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