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- Industry forecast: Since the end of the financial crisis in 2010, North America has once again witnessed growth in the construction industry. This growth mainly results from residential construction projects and projects for better infrastructure. These sectors profit from dedicated government funding schemes in the US. Currently, the North American market represents a total of 24% of the US $7.5 trillion global construction market. Plentiful shale deposits and associated technologies for turning shale into oil and gas have had a major impact on the energy and chemicals sectors in North America. The shale “boom” has attracted large domestic and foreign investment, and is set to continue in this manner. Our research indicates this trend has and will continue to have an impact on investment in construction and engineering projects.