According to management consultant and investment banker to the engineering and construction industry FMI’s annual U.S. Markets Construction Overview, commercial-buildings, offices, manufacturing-facilities, communications-systems, and lodging construction put in place (CPIP) will perform at an average of 60 percent of 2008 levels—off by more than $115 billion—in 2013.

By 2016, the sectors are predicted to reach only 70 percent of 2008 CPIP.

On the bright side, health-care CPIP is predicted to reach record levels by 2013. Additionally, education CPIP is expected to continue to rise, achieving 2008 numbers by 2016.

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