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By Procore Editorial staff
May 23, 2017
The construction market is growing and strong, even amidst premature predictions of a decline. Since 2015, there has been an increase each year in contracting revenue, particularly in domestic revenue. Since last year, contracting revenue from U.S. projects grew by 9.7% to $322.83 billion from 2015's $366.41 billion. However, non-U.S. contracting revenue has since dropped 12.5% with major declines in the areas of minerals-and-mining, petroleum, and power.
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