16th Annual School Construction Report: School Construction Spending Shifts Gears.

Web Abstract: 
Reports that school construction completed in 2010 was just over $14.5 billion, representing a 12 percent decline over 2009. $8.7 billion was spent on new schools, while $3 billion went to additions and $2.8 billion went to retrofit and modernize existing structures. Accompanying information for 12 geographic regions include 2010 data and projected 2011 school completions. Additional tables present data on spending according to grade level, building type, school size, amenities that are being included in today's schools, regional breakouts, and trends in costs since 1995.
Author: 
Abramson, Paul
Journal: 
School Planning and Management
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
01/31/2011
Page Numbers: 
CR1-CR16
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