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Building industry

The general term used to include building, civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering.
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The fact that 80 per cent of the world's trade volume is han- dled through maritime transportation indicates the benefits of Turkey's geopo- litical location, and the ship and yacht building industry thus has a significant position in the country.
Approximately 10 percent of building industry workers lived in Long Island, while nine percent lived in New Jersey and five percent reported residences in the Mid-Hudson Valley in 2013, the most recent year for which ACS data are available.
For the first time ever, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) held Green Day, celebrating all things "green" in the building industry.
Paralleling the phenomenon of recycling used products into newly formed products, the building industry has witnessed the increase of whole buildings being recycled.
Dana Buntrock describes the history and setup of the Japanese building industry as seen from an American perspective.
Steve Loken, president of the Center for Resourceful Building Technology in Missoula, Montana, says that the building industry needs reform.
The report also found that 47 percent of all building industry workers were born abroad.
The building industry is one of the largest in the country as well as in our area.

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