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Construction Starts Rich Data from McGraw-Hill Research & Analytics
TOTAL CONSTRUCTION Actual
2008
Actual
2009
Actual
2010
Actual
2011
Forecast
2012
($ Millions)
$6,343 $6,394 $8,218
$7,748 $5,799
NONRESIDENTIAL
Commercial & Manufacturing
Stores & Shopping Centers
Office & Bank Bldgs
Hotels & Motels
Other Commercial Buildings
Manufacturing Buildings
$3,151 $3,357 $3,548
$1,189 $1,268 $420
$140 $102 $100
$368 $395 $126
$53 $11 $18
$274 $373 $161
$353 $387 $14
$2,981 $3,090
$1,080 $1,107
$143 $117
$207 $234
$3 $30
$720 $537
$7 $189
INSTITUTIONAL
Education Buildings
Healthcare Facilities
Other Institutional Buildings
$1,963 $2,089 $3,129
$1,390 $762 $1,017
$418 $966 $1,840
$155 $361 $272
$1,901 $1,982
$771 $627
$967 $1,076
$163 $279
RESIDENTIAL
Single Family
Multifamily
$1,697 $954 $1,249
$863 $724 $808
$230 $230 $441
$1,512 $1,443
$779 $951
$734 $492
TOTAL NONBUILDING
Highways & Bridges
Other Public Works
Environmental Public Works
Electric Utilities
$1,495 $2,083 $3,421
$530 $586 $948
$276 $410 $549
$562 $551 $1,078
$127 $535 $845
$3,255 $1,266
$491 $591
$557 $188
$767 $457
$1,440 $30

 

Total Picture  

 

Firms in Focus Nibbi Bros. General Contractors 180 Hubbell St.,San Francisco

President:Robert L. Nibbi

Employees: 150

Founded: 1950

what's new: Nibbi’s Exploratorium replacement project at San Francisco’s Piers 15 and 17 is pursuing LEED-Gold status and working toward becoming the world’s first net-zero-energy museum.

 

City Grill  

 

Ed Lee Mayor, City of San Francisco

Lee praised the strong federal support for the Central Subway project, which will extend the T-Third light-rail line from a Caltrain station to Chinatown. Lee said the Obama administration's proposed budget included an additional commitment of $150 million for the project. Lee thanked President Barack Obama, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer and other federal officials "for their consistent leadership and their commitment to improving public transit, creating jobs and investing in San Francisco." The project, expected to cost $1.6 billion, will include close to $1 billion in federal aid.


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