The Future of Construction in the United States of America (US) to 2014

Date: October 22, 2010
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The Future of Construction in the United States of America (US) to 2014
Product Synopsis
  • Top level overview of the US construction industry
  • A breakdown of the US construction industry by markets valued from 2005 through 2009 and forecasted from 2009 through 2014
  • A breakdown of the markets by categories valued from 2005 through 2009 and forecasted from 2009 through 2014
  • Details of top companies active across the US construction industry
  • Latest news covering the US construction industry in the last 12 months
  • Deals settled across various companies active in US construction industry

Summary

This report is the result of WMI’s extensive market, company and deals research covering the US construction industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast construction industry values, at market and category level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and an annual review of major events in the industry from the previous 12 months. With a combination of textual commentary, analysis, data tables and charts, the report covers the following markets:

Commercial Construction
Industrial Construction
Infrastructure Construction
Institutional Construction
Residential Construction

Data for the historic years (2005-2008), full year 2009, forecasts from 2009 through 2014 along with growth rates is provided. The performance of each construction market is analysed. Latest news on construction industry and markets is also provided. Also included the top construction industry company profiles.

Scope
  • analysis of individual construction markets and categories including full year 2009 market value and forecasts till 2014
  • supporting text on current year performance and forecast assumptions for each construction market and category
  • latest industry, market and category news
  • Profiles of top construction companies in the country
Why buy this Report?
  • Gain insight into US construction industry with current, historic and forecast market values
  • Get insight on key markets of the US construction industry along with the breakup of categories with which markets are made up of
  • Identify top companies of the US construction industry along with profiles of all those companies
  • Gain knowledge on major annual events in the industry from the previous 12 months.
Highlights

The construction industry in the US is predicted to recover and stabilize from 2010 as a result of a large government stimulus package that aims to increase infrastructure spending, create jobs and increase the availability of credit. These steps are likely to have a direct and indirect impact on the construction industry, with the creation of jobs and access to credit expected to first boost the housing construction market, with commercial construction market to follow.
1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Summary Methodology

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

3.1 Construction Industry Overview
3.2 Performance Analysis
  3.2.1 Industry dynamics

4 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DATA

4.1 Historic Industry Value
4.2 Historic Industry Segmentation
4.3 Industry Value Forecast
4.4 Industry Segmentation Forecast

5 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: MARKET ANALYSIS

5.1 Commercial Construction Market Analysis
  5.1.1 Market dynamics
  5.1.2 Commercial construction market value
  5.1.3 Commercial construction market segmentation
  5.1.4 Commercial construction market value forecast
  5.1.5 Commercial construction market segmentation forecast
5.2 Commercial Construction: Category Analysis
  5.2.1 Leisure and hospitality buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.2.2 Leisure and hospitality buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.2.3 Office buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.2.4 Office buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.2.5 Outdoor leisure facilities construction category value 2005–09
  5.2.6 Outdoor leisure facilities construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.2.7 Retail buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.2.8 Retail buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.2.9 Other commercial construction category value 2005–09
  5.2.10 Other commercial construction category value forecast, 2009–14
5.3 Industrial Construction Market Analysis
  5.3.1 Market dynamics
  5.3.2 Industrial construction market value
  5.3.3 Industrial construction market segmentation
  5.3.4 Industrial construction market value forecast
  5.3.5 Industrial construction market segmentation forecast
5.4 Industrial Construction: Category Analysis
  5.4.1 Chemical and pharmaceutical plants construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.2 Chemical and pharmaceutical plants construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.3 Electricity generation plants construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.4 Electricity generation plants construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.5 Manufacturing plants construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.6 Manufacturing plants construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.7 Metal and material processing plants construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.8 Metal and material processing plants construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.9 Refinery buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.10 Refinery buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.11 Storage tanks construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.12 Storage tanks construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.4.13 Waste processing plants construction category value 2005–09
  5.4.14 Waste processing plants construction category value forecast, 2009–14
5.5 Infrastructure Construction Market Analysis
  5.5.1 Market dynamics
  5.5.2 Infrastructure construction market value
  5.5.3 Infrastructure construction market segmentation
  5.5.4 Infrastructure construction market value forecast
  5.5.5 Infrastructure construction market segmentation forecast
5.6 Infrastructure Construction: Category Analysis
  5.6.1 Energy and communications infrastructure construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.2 Energy and communications infrastructure construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.6.3 Rail infrastructure construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.4 Rail infrastructure construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.6.5 Road infrastructure construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.6 Road infrastructure construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.6.7 Sewage infrastructure construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.8 Sewage infrastructure construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.6.9 Water infrastructure construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.10 Water infrastructure construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.6.11 Other infrastructure projects construction category value 2005–09
  5.6.12 Other infrastructure projects construction category value forecast, 2009–14
5.7 Institutional Construction Market Analysis
  5.7.1 Market dynamics
  5.7.2 Institutional construction market value
  5.7.3 Institutional construction market segmentation
  5.7.4 Institutional construction market value forecast
  5.7.5 Institutional construction market segmentation forecast
5.8 Institutional Construction: Category Analysis
  5.8.1 Educational buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.8.2 Educational buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.8.3 Healthcare buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.8.4 Healthcare buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.8.5 Institutional buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.8.6 Institutional buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.8.7 Religious buildings construction category value 2005–09
  5.8.8 Religious buildings construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.8.9 Research facilities construction category value 2005–09
  5.8.10 Research facilities construction category value forecast, 2009–14
5.9 Residential Construction Market Analysis
  5.9.1 Market dynamics
  5.9.2 Residential construction market value
  5.9.3 Residential construction market segmentation
  5.9.4 Residential construction market value forecast
  5.9.5 Residential construction market segmentation forecast
5.1 Residential Construction: Category Analysis
  5.10.1 New multi-family housing construction category value 2005–09
  5.10.2 New multi-family housing construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.10.3 Residential building redevelopment construction category value 2005–09
  5.10.4 Residential building redevelopment construction category value forecast, 2009–14
  5.10.5 Single-family housing construction category value 2005–09
  5.10.6 Single-family housing construction category value forecast, 2009–14

6 COMPANY PROFILE: BECHTEL CORPORATION

6.1 Bechtel Corporation - Company Overview
6.2 Bechtel Corporation - Business Description
6.3 Bechtel Corporation - Major Services
6.4 Bechtel Corporation - History
6.5 Bechtel Corporation - SWOT Analysis
  6.5.1 Bechtel Corporation - strengths
  6.5.2 Bechtel Corporation – weaknesses
  6.5.3 Bechtel Corporation -opportunities
  6.5.4 Bechtel Corporation -threats
6.6 Bechtel Corporation - Company Information
  6.6.1 Bechtel Corporation - key competitors
Bechtel Corporation- key employees

7 COMPANY PROFILE: E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY

7.1 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - Company Overview
7.2 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - Business Description
7.3 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - Major Products and Services
7.4 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - History
7.5 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - SWOT Analysis
  7.5.1 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - strengths
  7.5.2 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - weaknesses
  7.5.3 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - opportunities
  7.5.4 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - threats
7.6 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - Company Information
  7.6.1 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - key competitors
  7.6.2 E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company - key employees

8 COMPANY PROFILE: FLUOR CORPORATION

8.1 Fluor Corporation - Company Overview
8.2 Fluor Corporation - Business Description
8.3 Fluor Corporation - Major Services
8.4 Fluor Corporation - History
8.5 Fluor Corporation - SWOT Analysis
  8.5.1 Fluor Corporation - strengths
  8.5.2 Fluor Corporation – weaknesses
  8.5.3 Fluor Corporation - opportunities
  8.5.4 Fluor Corporation - threats
8.6 Fluor Corporation - Company Information
  8.6.1 Fluor Corporation - key competitors
  8.6.2 Fluor Corporation - key employees

9 COMPANY PROFILE: KBR, INC.

9.1 KBR, Inc. - Company Overview
9.2 KBR, Inc. - Business Description
9.3 KBR, Inc. - Major Services
9.4 KBR, Inc. - History
9.5 KBR, Inc. - SWOT Analysis
  9.5.1 KBR, Inc. - strengths
  9.5.2 KBR, Inc. - weaknesses
  9.5.3 KBR, Inc. - opportunities
  9.5.4 KBR, Inc. - threats
9.6 KBR, Inc. - Company Information
  9.6.1 KBR, Inc. - key competitors
  9.6.2 KBR, Inc. - key employees

10 COMPANY PROFILE: JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC.

10.1 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Company Overview
10.2 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Business Description
10.3 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Major Products and Services
10.4 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - History
10.5 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - SWOT Analysis
  10.5.1 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. – strengths
  10.5.2 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - weaknesses
  10.5.3 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - opportunities
  10.5.4 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Threats
10.6 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Company Information
  10.6.1 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Key Competitors
  10.6.2 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - Key Employees

11 ANNUAL REVIEW

11.1 Important Industry News during Last 12 Months
  11.1.1 Apr-10
  11.1.2 Mar-10
  11.1.3 Feb-10
  11.1.4 Jan-10
  11.1.5 Oct-09
  11.1.6 Aug-09
  11.1.7 Jun-09

12 APPENDIX

12.1 About World Market Intelligence
12.2 Disclaimer



LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: World Market Intelligence Construction Market Definitions
Table 2: US Construction Industry Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 3: US Construction Industry Segmentation by Market (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 4: US Construction Industry Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 5: US Construction Industry Segmentation Forecast by Market (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 6: US Commercial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 7: US Commercial Construction Market Segmentation by Category (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 8: US Commercial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 9: US Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 10: US Leisure and Hospitality Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 11: US Leisure and Hospitality Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 12: US Office Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 13: US Office Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 14: US Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 15: US Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 16: US Retail Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 17: US Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 18: US Other Commercial Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 19: US Other Commercial Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 20: US Industrial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 21: US Industrial Construction Market Segmentation by Category (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 22: US Industrial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 23: US Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 24: US Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 25: US Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 26: US Electricity Generation Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 27: US Electricity Generation Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 28: US Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 29: US Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 30: US Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 31: US Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 32: US Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 33: US Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 34: US Storage Tanks Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 35: US Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 36: US Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 37: US Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 38: US Infrastructure Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 39: US Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation by Category (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 40: US Infrastructure Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 41: US Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 42: US Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 43: US Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 44: US Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 45: US Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 46: US Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 47: US Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 48: US Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 49: US Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 50: US Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 51: US Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 52: US Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 53: US Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 54: US Institutional Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 55: US Institutional Construction Market Segmentation by Category (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 56: US Institutional Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 57: US Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 58: US Educational Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 59: US Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 60: US Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 61: US Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 62: US Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 63: US Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 64: US Religious Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 65: US Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 66: US Research Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 67: US Research Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 68: US Residential Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 69: US Residential Construction Market Segmentation by Category (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 70: US Residential Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 71: US Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (US$ Million),, 2009–14
Table 72: US New Multi–Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005-09
Table 73: US New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 74: US Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 75: US Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 76: US Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Table 77: US Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Table 78: Bechtel Corporation, Key Facts
Table 79: Bechtel Corporation, Major Services
Table 80: Bechtel Corporation History
Table 81: Bechtel Corporation Key Employees
Table 82: Bechtel Corporation Key Employee Biographies
Table 83: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Key Facts
Table 84: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Major Products & Services
Table 85: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company History
Table 86: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Key Employees
Table 87: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Key Employee Biographies
Table 88: Fluor Corporation Key Facts
Table 89: Fluor Corporation Major Services
Table 90: Fluor Corporation History
Table 91: Fluor Corporation Key Employees
Table 92: Fluor Corporation Key Employee Biographies
Table 93: KBR, Inc., Key Facts
Table 94: KBR, Inc., Major Services
Table 95: KBR, Inc. History
Table 96: KBR, Inc. Key Employees
Table 97: KBR, Inc. Key Employee Biographies
Table 98: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Key Facts
Table 99: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Major Products and Services
Table 100: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. History
Table 101: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Key Employees
Table 102: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Key Employee Biographies

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: US Overall Construction Industry Dynamics by Market (%), 2005–14
Figure 2: US Construction Industry Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 3: US Construction Industry Segmentation by Market (%), 2005–09
Figure 4: US Construction Industry Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 5: US Construction Industry Segmentation Forecast by Market (%), 2009–14
Figure 6: US Commercial Construction Market Dynamics by Category (%), 2005–14
Figure 7: US Commercial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 8: US Commercial Construction Market Segmentation by Category (%), 2005–09
Figure 9: US Commercial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 10: US Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (%), 2009–14
Figure 11: US Leisure and Hospitality Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 12: US Leisure and Hospitality Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 13: US Office Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 14: US Office Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 15: US Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 16: US Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 17: US Retail Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 18: US Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 19: US Other Commercial Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 20: US Other Commercial Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 21: US.Industrial Construction Market Dynamics by Category (%), 2005–14
Figure 22: US Industrial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 23: US Industrial Construction Market Segmentation by Category (%), 2005–09
Figure 24: US Industrial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 25: US Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (%), 2009–14
Figure 26: US Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 27: US Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 28: US Electricity Generation Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 29: US Electricity Generation Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 30: US Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 31: US Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 32: US Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 33: US Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 34: US. Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 35: US Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 36: US Storage Tanks Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 37: US Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 38: US Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 39: US Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 40: US Infrastructure Construction Market Dynamics by Category(%), 2005–14
Figure 41: US Infrastructure Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 42: US Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation by Category(%), 2005–09
Figure 43: US Infrastructure Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 44: US Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (%), 2009–14
Figure 45: US Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 46: US Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 47: US Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005-09
Figure 48: US Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 49: US Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 50: US Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 51: US Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 52: US Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 53: US Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 54: US Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 55: US Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 56: US Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 57: US Institutional Construction Market Dynamics by Category (%), 2005–14
Figure 58: US Institutional Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 59: US Institutional Construction Market Segmentation by Category (%), 2005–09
Figure 60: US Institutional Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 61: US Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category(%), 2009–14
Figure 62: US Educational Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 63: US Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 64: US Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 65: US Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 66: US Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 67: US Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 68: US Religious Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 69: US Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 70: US Research Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 71: US Research Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 72: US Residential Construction Market Dynamics by Category (%), 2005–14
Figure 73: US Residential Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 74: US Residential Construction Market Segmentation by Category (%), 2005–09
Figure 75: US Residential Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 76: US Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast by Category (%), 2009–14
Figure 77: US New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 78: US New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 79: US Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 80: US Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14
Figure 81: US Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 82: US Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2009–14

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Bechtel Corporation, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Fluor Corporation,KBR, Inc., Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
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