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All Other Heavy Construction in the US

  • ID: 10931
  • November 2005
  • Region: United States
  • 45 pages
  • IBISWorld
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This industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of heavy non-building construction projects (except highway, street, bridge, tunnel, water lines, sewer lines, pipelines, power and communication transmission lines, and industrial non-building structures); (2) establishments identified as all other heavy construction management firms; (3) establishments primarily engaged in construction equipment rental with an operator; and (4) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in activities related primarily to all other heavy construction. Typical projects constructed by establishments in this industry include athletic fields, dams, dikes, docks, drainage projects, golf courses, harbors, parks, reservoirs, canals, sewage treatment plants, water treatment plants, hydroelectric plants, subways, and other mass transit projects. Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include heavy construction general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors and joint-venture contractors. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are three year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.

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INDUSTRY DEFINITION
Industry Definition
List of Activities
Similar Industries
Other Related Industries

KEY STATISTICS
Current Prices Table
Constant Prices Table (applicable deflator applied)
Real Growth Table
Ratio Table
Statistics Available: Revenue, Industry Gross Product, Enterprises, Establishments, Employment, Imports, Exports, Assets, Total Wages, Domestic Demand

MARKET CHARACTERISTICS
Market Size
Linkages
Downstream Industries
Upstream Industries
Demand Determinants
Domestic and International Markets
Basis of Competition
Life Cycle

SEGMENTATION
Products and Service Segmentation
Major Market Segments
Industry Concentration
Geographic Spread

INDUSTRY CONDITIONS
Barriers to Entry
Taxation
Industry Assistance
Regulation and Deregulation
Cost Structure
Capital and Labor Intensity
Technology and Systems
Industry Volatility
Globalization

PERFORMANCE
Current Performance Analysis with data series
Historical Performance Analysis

KEY COMPETITORS
Major Players Market Share
Player Performance Analysis

KEY FACTORS
Key Sensitivities
Key Success Factors

OUTLOOK
Industry Forecast Analysis with five year forecast data series

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