SUGAR LAND, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Jul 22, 2011 -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Given the hammering it took throughout the recession, there was some speculation that the U.S. Industrial Manufacturing Industry was going to face significant problems with a lack of construction-related activity until the economy got back on its feet. However, despite the thousands of plants that were closed and the hundreds of thousands jobs lost during the recession, project spending has managed to recover fine in the post-recession environment. In addition, construction spending has managed to remain high even throughout the recession. Currently, Industrial Info Resources is tracking 288 capital and maintenance projects in the U.S. Industrial Manufacturing Industry worth $54.5 billion that are involved in construction-related activities.
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