FMI Sees Construction Growth In 2004-2007

While the construction industry continues to struggle to recover from the recession, a report issued by FMI Corp., Raleigh, N.C., sees some steady increases for this year and solid increases for some market segments in 2005.

The recently released report, The 2003-2004 U.S. Markets Construction Update, notes that although the value of construction spending rose in 2003, the industry continued to experience softness in some sectors. Despite this, FMI’s outlook for 2004 is positive. FMI

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