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2022 U.S. Industry Statistics & Market Research - Specialty Trade Contractors


Market Size & Industry Statistics

The total U.S. industry market size for Specialty Trade Contractors: Industry statistics cover all companies in the United States, both public and private, ranging in size from small businesses to market leaders. In addition to revenue, the industry market analysis shows information on employees, companies, and average firm size.

Investors, banks, and business executives use growth rates and industry trends to understand the market outlook and opportunity.

Specialty Trade Contractors market size 2022
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Statistics 2016        2017        2018        2019        2020        2021
Market Size
(Total Sales/Revenue)


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Total Firms
Total Employees
Average Revenue Per Firm
Average Employees Per Firm
Average Revenue Per Employee
Statistics Source: U.S. Census, AnythingResearch Analysis of Federal Data



Market Forecast

Market forecasts show the long term industry outlook and future growth trends. The following extended five-year / six-year demand forecast projects both short-term and long-term trends.





Forecast / Industry Outlook 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Market Forecast ($ millions)
Projected Industry Growth Rate (%)
Source: AnythingResearch Economic Analysis

Construction Services Breakdown

The following products and services account for the largest source of revenues in the Specialty Trade Contractors industry. Note that there are multiple levels of classification, so some line items are contained within other lines.

Type of Construction Total Sales ($ millions)

Construction management, agency or fee only

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Fireproofing flooring contractor

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Building construction on land you own or control, for sale

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Subdividing and servicing of raw land into lots, for sale by you to builders

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Pile driving contractor, underwater

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Construction management, at risk

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Transportation of goods for others

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Miscellaneous foundation, structure, and building exterior contractor

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Wholesale trade

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Rental of construction machinery or equipment to others, without an operator

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Engineering services

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Bridge and ship painting contractor, except traffic lane painting for bridges

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Mining -- minerals produced and sold to others

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Marble, granite, and slate contractor: exterior

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Highway, street, and runway contractors, including public sidewalks, curbs, sign erection and line painting

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Manufacturing -- products manufactured and sold to others

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Wall covering or removal contractor

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Paving contractor -- asphalt or concrete for highways, streets, bridges, or airport runways

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Cable television hook-up contractor

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Remodeling contractor, except those performing specialized work such as carpentry, flooring, doors, or windows

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Miscellaneous building equipment installation contractor

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Building construction on land customer owns

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Retail trade

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Fireproofing for other foundation, structure, and building exterior contractor

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Precast concrete installation contractor

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Welding contractor, operating at site of construction

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Garage door and overhead door installation contractor, residential-type

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Lawn sprinkler installation contractor

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Specialty sheet metal contractor, including metal ceilings, panel, or shelving installation

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Metal curtain wall installation contractor

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Heavy construction contractor, such as bridges, tunnels, pipelines, utility lines, and anchored earth retention

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Masonry contractor: pointing, cleaning, or caulking

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Stucco contractor

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Ornamental metal contractor, including metal stairway, balcony, and wrought iron installation

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Plastering, lathing, or fresco contractor

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Rental of construction machinery or equipment (except cranes) with operator

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Concrete cutting or drilling contractor

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Gutter, gutter guard, and downspout installation contractor

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Cable and conduit laying contractor

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Septic tank, cesspool, and dry well contractor (except sewer hookups to buildings)

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Miscellaneous building finishing contractor

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Building construction, total

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Reinforcing steel contractor

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Steam and pipe fitting contractor

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Carpet laying or removal contractor

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Marble, granite, and slate contractor: interior

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Waterproofing and weather stripping contractor

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Acoustical contractor

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Trenching contractor, except underwater

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Rental of cranes with operator

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Siding contractor, including fascia and soffit

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All other business activities secondary to construction activities

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Highway, street, or bridge lighting and signal installation and service contractor

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Refrigeration contractor

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Wrecking, demolition, or blasting contractor

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Tile, terrazzo and mosaic contractor

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Miscellaneous specialty construction activity

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Building sprinkler system installation contractor

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Insulation contractor, except boiler, pipe, or duct work

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Foundation digging, drilling, or pile driving contractor, except underwater

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Insulation contractor, boiler, pipe, or duct work

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Heavy construction and civil engineering construction, total

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Swimming pool contractor

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Fence construction contractor

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Structural steel erection contractor

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Electronic and environmental control systems installation and service contractor

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Millwright and machine rigging contractor

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Other business activities secondary to construction activities, total

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Floor contractor, including wood, resilient, and computer flooring (except fireproof flooring)

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Fire and security systems installation and service contractor

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Elevator and escalator installation, service, and repair contractor

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Glass, glazing, and tinting contractor

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Masonry contractor, brick, block, or stone (except brick paving)

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Telecommunications installation and service contractor (except transmission lines)

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Framing contractor

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Asphalt, concrete, and brick paving contractor, residential or commercial driveways and parking areas

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Finish carpentry contractor

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Painting contractor

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Drywall contractor

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All other construction activity

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Mechanical contractor

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Roofing contractor

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Concrete contractor, except paving or precast

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Excavation work: earthmoving or land clearing contractor

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Plumbing contractor

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Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning contractor (HVAC)

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Electric power installation and service contractor, including lighting

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U.S. Geographic Distribution: Revenue Statistics by State

Market Size by State ($ millions) indicates how the industry's competition is distributed throughout the country. State-level information can identify areas with higher and lower industry market share than average.

U.S. map by state

Income Statement (Average Financial Metrics)

Financial metrics provide a snapshot view of a benchmark "average" company. Key business metrics show revenue and operating costs. The data collected covers both public and private companies.

Industry AveragePercent of Sales
(Industry Benchmark)
Total Revenue

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Operating Revenue
Cost of Goods Sold
Gross Profit

Operating Expenses
Pension, profit sharing plans, stock, annuity
Repairs
Rent paid on business property
Charitable Contributions
Depletion
Domestic production activities deduction
Advertising
Compensation of officers
Salaries and wages
Employee benefit programs
Taxes and Licenses
Bad Debts
Depreciation
Amortization
Other Operating Expenses
Total Operating Expenses
Operating Income
Non-Operating Income
EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes)
Interest Expense
Earnings Before Taxes
Income Tax
Net Profit
Net Income
 
Source: AnythingResearch Analysis of U.S. federal statistics




Financial Ratio Analysis

Financial ratio information can be used to benchmark how a Specialty Trade Contractors company compares to its peers. Accounting statistics are calculated from the industry-average for income statements and balance sheets.

Profitability & Valuation RatiosIndustry Average
Company valuation can be measured based on the firm's own performance, as well as in comparison against its industry competitors. These metrics show how the average company in the Specialty Trade Contractors industry is performing.
Profit Margin
Gross Profit Margin, Operating Profit Margin, and Net Profit Margin. Show company earnings relative to revenues.
Return on Equity (ROE)
Return on Equity (ROE) is net income as a percentage of shareholders' equity. Shareholders' Equity is defined as the company's total assets minus total liabilities. ROE shows how much profits a company generates with the money shareholders invested (or with retained earnings).
Return on Assets (ROA)
Return on Assets (ROA) is net income relative to total assets. The market research on Specialty Trade Contractors measures how efficiently the company leverages its assets to generate profit. ROA is calculated as Net Income divided by Total Assets.


Liquidity RatiosIndustry Average
Bankers and suppliers use liquidity to determine creditworthiness and identify potential threats to a company's financial viability.
Current Ratio
Measures a firm's ability to pay its debts over the next 12 months.
Quick Ratio (Acid Test)
Calculates liquid assets relative to liabilities, excluding inventories.


Efficiency Ratios - Key Performance IndicatorsIndustry Average
Measure how quickly products and services sell, and effectively collections policies are implemented.
Receivables Turnover Ratio
If this number is low in your business when compared to the industry average in the research report, it may mean your payment terms are too lenient or that you are not doing a good enough job on collections.
Average Collection Period
Based on the Receivables Turnover, this estimates the collection period in days. Calculated as 365 divided by the Receivables Turnover
Inventory Turnover
A low turnover rate may point to overstocking, obsolescence, or deficiencies in the product line or marketing effort.
Fixed-Asset Turnover
Generally, higher is better, since it indicates the business has less money tied up in fixed assets for each dollar of sales revenue.



Compensation & Salary Surveys for Employees

Compensation statistics provides an accurate assessment of industry-specific jobs and national salary averages. This information can be used to identify which positions are most common, and high, low, and average annual wages.

TitlePercent of WorkforceBottom Quartile Average (Median) SalaryUpper Quartile
Management Occupations 4%

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Chief Executives0%
General and Operations Managers2%
Office and Administrative Support Occupations 10%
Construction and Extraction Occupations 64%
Supervisors of Construction and Extraction Workers 6%
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 6%
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 6%
Construction Trades Workers 54%
Brickmasons, Blockmasons, and Stonemasons 7%
Brickmasons and Blockmasons 6%
Carpenters 5%
Carpenters 5%
Carpet, Floor, and Tile Installers and Finishers 7%
Cement Masons, Concrete Finishers, and Terrazzo Workers 10%
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 10%
Construction Laborers 8%
Construction Laborers 8%
Construction Equipment Operators 16%
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators 14%
Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, and Tapers 12%
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 10%
Tapers 6%
Electricians 10%
Electricians 10%
Insulation Workers 11%
Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall 9%
Insulation Workers, Mechanical 9%
Painters and Paperhangers 19%
Painters, Construction and Maintenance 19%
Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 7%
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 7%
Plasterers and Stucco Masons 5%
Plasterers and Stucco Masons 5%
Roofers 13%
Roofers 13%
Sheet Metal Workers 6%
Sheet Metal Workers 6%
Helpers, Construction Trades 11%
Helpers, Construction Trades 11%
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters 11%
Helpers--Electricians 7%
Other Construction and Related Workers 16%
Elevator Installers and Repairers 16%
Elevator Installers and Repairers 16%
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 11%
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 6%
Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 8%
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 5%
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 5%
Industrial Machinery Installation, Repair, and Maintenance Workers 8%
Millwrights 7%
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 12%
Motor Vehicle Operators 7%
Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers 7%
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers 7%
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics


Specialty Trade Contractors Competitor Landscape & Key Companies [PREMIUM]

The most influential companies in the Specialty Trade Contractors industry and adjacent industries either have large market share or are developing new business models and methods that could disrupt the status quo. We look at leading and emerging companies in the Specialty Trade Contractors industry and adjacent sectors:

Market Leaders:
Direct Competitors

Companies with the largest market share, focused in this industry
Market leaders:
Diversified Competitors

Largest companies that have diversified operations in this and other industries
Innovators:
Direct Competitors

Innovative, Emerging, and Disruptive Companies that may influence the future direction of the industry.
Innovators:
Diversified Competitors

Innovators and Disruptors in adjacent industries that may also affect the Specialty Trade Contractors industry.
Source:
IncFact




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Government Contracts

In 2020, the federal government spent a total of $6,564,064,187 on Specialty Trade Contractors. It has awarded 13474 contracts to 5378 companies, with an average value of $1,220,540 per company.   

Most Recent Contracts Date Total Award Amount
ACHUTI LLC
200 S Dawson St Apt 104
Raleigh, NC
Jul 21, 2022$81,078




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