Back to School: State of Education Construction

| August 27, 2019

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Indeed, education is a bustling construction market. In fact, in 2018, some $98.9 billion was spent on education construction projects across America, which represented nearly a 10% spending increase from a year ago. Below, we’ll get to the reasons why school districts and universities are spending more on new construction, but before we do, it’s worth visiting some statistics on this healthy market.

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