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This report is the result of ICD’s extensive market and company research covering the Canadian construction industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast construction industry …

This report is the result of ICD’s extensive market and company research covering the Canadian construction industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast construction industry values at market and category level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and a review of major news.

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  • 1. The Future of Construction in Canada to 2015: Economic Action Plan Continues toDrive Construction Industry GrowthReportsnReports.com adds ICD Research Market Research Report “The Future ofConstruction in Canada to 2015: Economic Action Plan Continues to Drive ConstructionIndustry Growth ’’ to its store.SynopsisTop level overview of the construction industry in CanadaCurrent, historic and forecast market value and trends of individual markets and categoriessupported by detailed descriptions of individual markets in the industry.Details of top construction companies in CanadaNews and analysisSummaryThis report is the result of ICD’s extensive market and company research covering theCanadian construction industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecastconstruction industry values at market and category level, analysis of the leading companiesin the industry, and a review of major news.ScopeHistorical value of the construction industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2011-15Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecaststill 2015Profiles of top construction companies in CanadaImportant industry newsReasons to Buy & Key HighlightsGain insight into the Canadian construction industry with current, historic and forecastfiguresGain insight into current, historic and forecast industry figures at individual market andcategory levelIdentify top construction industry players in Canada along with profiles of all thosecompaniesTable of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Introduction2.1 What is this Report About?2.2 Definitions2.3 Summary Methodology3 Construction Industry Analysis3.1 Construction Industry Overview3.2 Industry Dynamics
  • 2. 4 Construction Industry Data4.1 Historic Industry Value Review4.2 Historic Industry Segmentation Review4.3 Industry Value Forecast4.4 Industry Segmentation Forecast5 Construction Industry: Market Analysis5.1 Commercial Construction Market Analysis5.1.1 Market Dynamics5.1.2 Commercial Construction Market Value Review5.1.3 Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Review5.1.4 Commercial Construction Market Value Forecast5.1.5 Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast5.2 Commercial Construction: Category Analysis5.2.1 Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value Review5.2.2 Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value Forecast5.2.3 Office Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.2.4 Office Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.2.5 Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Review5.2.6 Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast5.2.7 Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.2.8 Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.2.9 Other Commercial Construction Category Value Review5.2.10 Other Commercial Construction Category Value Forecast5.3 Industrial Construction Market Analysis5.3.1 Market Dynamics5.3.2 Industrial Construction Market Value5.3.3 Industrial Construction Market Segmentation5.3.4 Industrial Construction Market Value Forecast5.3.5 Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast5.4 Industrial Construction: Category Analysis5.4.1 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value Review5.4.2 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value Forecast5.4.3 Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Review5.4.4 Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast5.4.5 Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value Review5.4.6 Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast5.4.7 Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.4.8 Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.4.9 Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Review5.4.10 Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Forecast5.4.11 Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Review5.4.12 Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast5.5 Infrastructure Construction Market Analysis5.5.1 Market Dynamics5.5.2 Infrastructure Construction Market Value5.5.3 Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation5.5.4 Infrastructure Construction Market Value Forecast
  • 3. 5.5.5 Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast5.6 Infrastructure Construction: Category Analysis5.6.1 Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value Review5.6.2 Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast5.6.3 Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Review5.6.4 Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast5.6.5 Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Review5.6.6 Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast5.6.7 Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Review5.6.8 Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast5.6.9 Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Review5.6.10 Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast5.6.11 Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Review5.6.12 Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Forecast5.7 Institutional Construction Market Analysis5.7.1 Market Dynamics5.7.2 Institutional Construction Market Value5.7.3 Institutional Construction Market Segmentation5.7.4 Institutional Construction Market Value Forecast5.7.5 Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast5.8 Institutional Construction: Category Analysis5.8.1 Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.8.2 Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.8.3 Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.8.4 Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.8.5 Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.8.6 Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.8.7 Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Review5.8.8 Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast5.8.9 Research Facilities Construction Category Value Review5.8.10 Research Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast5.9 Residential Construction Market Analysis5.9.1 Market Dynamics5.9.2 Residential Construction Market Value5.9.3 Residential Construction Market Segmentation5.9.4 Residential Construction Market Value Forecast5.9.5 Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast5.1 Residential Construction: Category Analysis5.10.1 New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Review5.10.2 New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast5.10.3 Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value Review5.10.4 Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value Forecast5.10.5 Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Review5.10.6 Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast6 Company Profile: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.6.1 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Company Overview6.2 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Business Description6.3 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Major Services
  • 4. 6.4 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – History6.5 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – SWOT Analysis6.5.1 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Strengths6.5.2 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Weaknesses6.5.3 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Opportunities6.5.4 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Threats6.6 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Company Information6.6.1 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Key Competitors6.6.2 SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. – Key Employees7 Company Profile: PCL Constructors Inc.7.1 PCL Constructors Inc. – Company Overview7.2 PCL Constructors Inc. – Business Description7.3 PCL Constructors Inc. – Major Services7.4 PCL Constructors Inc. – History7.5 PCL Constructors Inc. – SWOT Analysis7.5.1 PCL Constructors Inc. – Strengths7.5.2 PCL Constructors Inc. – Weaknesses7.5.3 PCL Constructors Inc. – Opportunities7.5.4 PCL Constructors Inc. – Threats7.6 PCL Constructors Inc. – Company Information7.6.1 PCL Constructors Inc. – Key Competitors7.6.2 PCL Constructors Inc. – Key Employees8 Company Profile: Aecon Group Inc.8.1 Aecon Group Inc. – Company Overview8.2 Aecon Group Inc. – Business Description8.3 Aecon Group Inc. – Major Services8.4 Aecon Group Inc. – History8.5 Aecon Group Inc. – SWOT Analysis8.5.1 Aecon Group Inc. – Strengths8.5.2 Aecon Group Inc. – Weaknesses8.5.3 Aecon Group Inc. – Opportunities8.5.4 Aecon Group Inc. – Threats8.6 Aecon Group Inc. – Company Information8.6.1 Aecon Group Inc. – Key Competitors8.6.2 Aecon Group Inc. – Key Employees9 Company Profile: Graham Construction and Engineering Inc.9.1 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Company Overview9.2 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Business Description9.3 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Major Services9.4 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – History9.5 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Company Information9.5.1 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Key Competitors9.5.2 Graham Construction and Engineering Inc. – Key Employees10 Company Profile: Pomerleau Inc.10.1 Pomerleau Inc. – Company Overview
  • 5. 10.2 Pomerleau Inc. – Business Description10.3 Pomerleau Inc. – Major Services10.4 Pomerleau Inc. – History10.5 Pomerleau Inc. – Company Information10.5.1 Pomerleau Inc. – Key Competitors10.5.2 Pomerleau Inc. – Key Employees11 Annual Review12 AppendixList of TablesTable 1: ICD Construction Market DefinitionsTable 2: Canadian Construction Industry Value, 2006–2010Table 3: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation By Market (CAD Million), 2006–2010Table 4: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation By Market (US$ Million), 2006–2010Table 5: Canadian Construction Industry Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 6: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation Forecast By Market (CAD Million),2010–2015Table 7: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation Forecast By Market (US$ Million),2010–2015Table 8: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Value, 2006–2010Table 9: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (CADMillion), 2006–2010Table 10: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (US$Million), 2006–2010Table 11: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 12: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(CAD Million), 2010–2015Table 13: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(US$ Million), 2010–2015Table 14: Canadian Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 15: Canadian Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 16: Canadian Office Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 17: Canadian Office Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 18: Canadian Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 19: Canadian Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 20: Canadian Retail Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 21: Canadian Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 22: Canadian Other Commercial Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 23: Canadian Other Commercial Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 24: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Value, 2006–2010Table 25: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (CAD Million),2006–2010Table 26: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (US$ Million),2006–2010Table 27: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Value Forecast, 2010–2015
  • 6. Table 28: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(CAD Million), 2010–2015Table 29: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category (US$Million), 2010–2015Table 30: Canadian Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value,2006–2010Table 31: Canadian Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category ValueForecast, 2010–2015Table 32: Canadian Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 33: Canadian Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 34: Canadian Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value,2006–2010Table 35: Canadian Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category ValueForecast, 2010–2015Table 36: Canadian Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 37: Canadian Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 38: Canadian Storage Tanks Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 39: Canadian Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 40: Canadian Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 41: Canadian Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 42: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Value, 2006–2010Table 43: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation By Category (CADMillion), 2006–2010Table 44: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation By Category (US$Million), 2006–2010Table 45: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 46: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(CAD Million), 2010–2015Table 47: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(US$ Million), 2010–2015Table 48: Canadian Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction CategoryValue, 2006–2010Table 49: Canadian Energy and Communication Infrastructure Construction Category ValueForecast, 2010–2015Table 50: Canadian Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 51: Canadian Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 52: Canadian Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 53: Canadian Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 54: Canadian Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 55: Canadian Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 56: Canadian Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 57: Canadian Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 58: Canadian Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 59: Canadian Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Forecast,2010–2015Table 60: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Value, 2006–2010Table 61: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation By Category (CAD
  • 7. Million), 2006–2010Table 62: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation By Category (US$Million), 2006–2010Table 63: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 64: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(CAD Million), 2010–2015Table 65: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(US$ Million), 2010–2015Table 66: Canadian Educational Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 67: Canadian Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 68: Canadian Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 69: Canadian Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 70: Canadian Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 71: Canadian Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 72: Canadian Religious Buildings Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 73: Canadian Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 74: Canadian Research Facilities Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 75: Canadian Research Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 76: Canadian Residential Construction Market Value, 2006–2010Table 77: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation By Category (CADMillion), 2006–2010Table 78: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation By Category (US$Million), 2006–2010Table 79: Canadian Residential Construction Market Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 80: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(CAD Million), 2010–2015Table 81: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(US$ Million), 2010–2015Table 82: Canadian New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 83: Canadian New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 84: Canadian Residential Buildings Redevelopment Construction Category Value,2006–2010Table 85: Canadian Residential Buildings Redevelopment Construction Category ValueForecast, 2010–2015Table 86: Canadian Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value, 2006–2010Table 87: Canadian Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast, 2010–2015Table 88: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Key FactsTable 89: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Major ServicesTable 90: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., HistoryTable 91: SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.,, Key EmployeesTable 92: PCL Constructors Inc., Key FactsTable 93: PCL Constructors Inc., Major ServicesTable 94: PCL Constructors Inc., HistoryTable 95: PCL Constructors Inc.,, Key EmployeesTable 96: Aecon Group Inc., Key FactsTable 97: Aecon Group Inc., Major Services
  • 8. Table 98: Aecon Group Inc., HistoryTable 99: Aecon Group Inc.,, Key EmployeesTable 100: Graham Construction and Engineering Inc., Key FactsTable 101: Graham Construction and Engineering Inc., Major ServicesTable 102: Graham Construction and Engineering Inc., HistoryTable 103: Graham Construction and Engineering Inc.,, Key EmployeesTable 104: Pomerleau Inc., Key FactsTable 105: Pomerleau Inc., Major ServicesTable 106: Pomerleau Inc., HistoryTable 107: Pomerleau Inc.,, Key EmployeesList of FiguresFigure 1: Canadian Overall Construction Industry Dynamics By Market (%), 2006–2015Figure 2: Canadian Construction Industry Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 3: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation By Market (%), 2006–2010Figure 4: Canadian Construction Industry Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 5: Canadian Construction Industry Segmentation Forecast By Market (%), 2015Figure 6: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Dynamics By Category (%), 2006–2015Figure 7: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 8: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (%),2006–2010Figure 9: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 10: Canadian Commercial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(%), 2010–2015Figure 11: Canadian Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010Figure 12: Canadian Leisure and Hospitality Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 13: Canadian Office Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 14: Canadian Office Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 15: Canadian Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010Figure 16: Canadian Outdoor Leisure Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 17: Canadian Retail Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 18: Canadian Retail Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 19: Canadian Other Commercial Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 20: Canadian Other Commercial Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 21: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Dynamics By Category (%), 2006–2015Figure 22: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 23: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation By Category (%),2006–2010Figure 24: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–
  • 9. 2015Figure 25: Canadian Industrial Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(%),2010–2015Figure 26: Canadian Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category Value (US$Million), 2006–2010Figure 27: Canadian Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plants Construction Category ValueForecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 28: Canadian Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 29: Canadian Manufacturing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 30: Canadian Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$Million), 2006–2010Figure 31: Canadian Metal and Material Processing Plants Construction Category ValueForecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 32: Canadian Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 33: Canadian Refinery Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 34: Canadian Storage Tanks Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 35: Canadian Storage Tanks Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 36: Canadian Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010Figure 37: Canadian Waste Processing Plants Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 38: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Dynamics By Category (%), 2006–2015Figure 39: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 40: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation By Category(%),2006–2010Figure 41: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 42: Canadian Infrastructure Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(%),2010–2015Figure 43: Canadian Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction CategoryValue (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 44: Canadian Energy and Communications Infrastructure Construction CategoryValue Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 45: Canadian Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 46: Canadian Rail Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 47: Canadian Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 48: Canadian Road Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 49: Canadian Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010
  • 10. Figure 50: Canadian Sewage Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 51: Canadian Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 52: Canadian Water Infrastructure Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 53: Canadian Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value (US$Million), 2006–2010Figure 54: Canadian Other Infrastructure Projects Construction Category Value Forecast(US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 55: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Dynamics By Category (%), 2006–2015Figure 56: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 57: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation By Category(%),2006–2010Figure 58: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 59: Canadian Institutional Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(%),2010–2015Figure 60: Canadian Educational Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 61: Canadian Educational Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 62: Canadian Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 63: Canadian Healthcare Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 64: Canadian Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010Figure 65: Canadian Institutional Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 66: Canadian Religious Buildings Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 67: Canadian Religious Buildings Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 68: Canadian Research Facilities Construction Category Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 69: Canadian Research Facilities Construction Category Value Forecast (US$ Million),2010–2015Figure 70: Canadian Residential Construction Market Dynamics By Category (%), 2006–2015Figure 71: Canadian Residential Construction Market Value (US$ Million), 2006–2010Figure 72: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation By Category (%),2006–2010Figure 73: Canadian Residential Construction Market Value Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 74: Canadian Residential Construction Market Segmentation Forecast By Category(%),2010–2015Figure 75: Canadian New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million),
  • 11. 2006–2010Figure 76: Canadian New Multi-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Figure 77: Canadian Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category Value (US$Million), 2006–2010Figure 78: Canadian Residential Building Redevelopment Construction Category ValueForecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015Figure 79: Canadian Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value (US$ Million),2006–2010Figure 80: Canadian Single-Family Housing Construction Category Value Forecast (US$Million), 2010–2015Latest Market Research Reports: Radiation Detection Materials Markets – 2011 Planned LNG Terminals Market – Global Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Capacity Forecasts to 2016 Printed Battery Markets – 2011 Planned Oil and Gas Pipelines – Global Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Major Projects to 2015 Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Companies and Applications 2011 Top Revenue Mobile Commerce Applications 2011-2016About Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr. Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: +1-888-989-8004 EXT 106E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit Our Market Research Blog