Municipal Building Construction Lincoln NE

This industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the complete construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of institutional buildings in Lincoln such as schools, hospitals, churches, art galleries, and prisons.

Ron's Masonry & Stone
(402) 475-5511
1121 High St Ste 3
Lincoln, NE
 
Blue Don Masonry
(402) 730-8138
4400 Meredeth St
Lincoln, NE
 
Done-Rite Construction
(402) 540-4050
Lincoln, NE
 
Pool Steven
(402) 496-4776
14010 Camden Ave
Omaha, NE
 
Coates M J Masonry
(402) 223-5876
313 Belvedere St
Beatrice, NE
 
Gagner Restoration Inc
(402) 474-6557
1845 S 1st St
Lincoln, NE
 
Shields Masonry
(402) 432-3514
Lincoln, NE
 
Vineyard Masonry Inc
(402) 770-3279
Lincoln, NE
 
Warburton Masonry Construction
(308) 436-3908
1420 Meadowlark Blvd
Gering, NE
 
Seedroff Masonry Inc
(402) 895-4604
14711 Custer Rd
Omaha, NE
 

Municipal Building Construction

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Source: Research and Markets Ltd
Publication date: May 18, 2009

This industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the complete construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of institutional buildings such as schools, hospitals, churches, art galleries, and prisons.

Establishments which perform construction management on institutional building projects are also included in this industry. Types of establishments include general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, joint-venture contractors, and turnkey contractors.

This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.

As globalization increases so do the barriers, as new entrants to this industry are likely to find it difficult to establish a foothold in the market in the short term due to their lack of reputation, and proven performance.

With improving technology based construction techniques, the industry is heavily regulated and capital intensive; however, the low volatility means you can still count on building through the times.

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