Road & Highway Construction in the US
The Road and Highway Construction industry continues to experience a host of issues, including budgetary constraints and uncertainty surrounding government funding. Local and state governments, which are the largest sources of industry-specific project funding, have maintained prudent budgets since the recession, while federal programs like the Highway Trust Fund remain precarious. However, a recent transportation bill of $305.0 billion passed by Congress in December 2015 will prove a boon to industry demand. Furthermore, the private sector will be encouraged to help fill the investment gap through public-private partnerships.
Companies in this industry construct new highways, streets, roads and airport runways (excluding elevated roadways). The industry also includes highway and street construction management operators and special-trade contractors that perform subcontracting work on projects (e.g. grading, laying pavement, installing guardrails and public sidewalks). Establishments may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work.
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.