5 Signs the Construction Industry is Growing

National’s Construction Infographic Shows Projections for Industry Growth in 2016

Since the 2008 economic downturn, growth in many industrial sectors has been flat or slow at best.

In many sectors growth is approaching, but has not yet returned to, 2007 levels. Recently however, several key factors signal the potential for positive growth throughout the construction industry this year.

National Business Capital & Services has prepared an infographic that highlights several current construction industry growth indicators.

These include increased employment in the construction trades, additional public and private non-residential spending among consumers, increased construction starts and more green building projects.

This information will be of interest to construction business owners, tradesmen, and their support industries, to enable these companies to position themselves for increased success in 2016. Here are the five key signs that growth in the U.S. construction industry is experiencing an uptick.

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About the Author, Joe Camberato
Joseph Camberato, President at National Business Capital & Services, developed a passion for business at a young age. Joseph has a true respect for anyone who owns a business and enjoys engaging them in discussions of how they “made it happen.”