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Construction Projections and Forecasts-March 2018

Here are useful, recent construction-related projections and forecasts:

The U.S. repair construction market is forecasted to grow at Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.35% from now until 2021, according to a report by 360marketupdates. Repair materials are used in construction when damage occurs in the structure.

https://www.360marketupdates.com/global-repair-construction-market-2017-2021-11016289
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According to a report released by Absolute Reports, experts predict the Construction Materials Market will grow at a CAGR of 6.76% from now until 2021.
https://www.absolutereports.com/global-construction-materials-market-2017-2021-11459471

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The Wells Fargo 2018 Construction Industry Forecast reached a 20-year high after construction executives expressed positive feelings about the industry's outlook. The survey is up 10 points from last year and has increased 25 points since 2016.

https://digital.wf.com/constructionforecast/

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ConstructConnect announced in its Spring 2018 Forecast Quarterly Report that from 2019 through 2022, the total construction starts forecast remains unchanged with an almost +5.0% average annual rise.

https://go2.constructconnect.com/UU-WS-CC-Forecast.html?utm_source=cision&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=spring_2018_quarterly_forecast&utm_term=construction&utm_content=first_post

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The American Institute of Architects predicts in its semi-annual consensus construction report a 4% increase in nonresidential construction this year and next. Office construction is expected to lead the sector with a 4.6% increase, while industrial will be the top gainer in 2019 at 5.2%.

http://new.aia.org/press-releases/175631-pace-of-construction-activity-projected-to-

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