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The growth in the construction industry in Canada and the United States slowed down in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, it is projected to recover in 2021 and continue increasing. It will result in an increased demand for specialized professional services in both countries in general, as well as in the Greater Toronto Area and Vancouver, which are considered to be the drivers of the construction industry in Canada.

The estimated market size for professional services to construction companies in British Columbia and Ontario in Canada, as well as in the united states, is presented below in a million dollars.

Canada’s construction market has entered a new period of slower growth, following about two decades of almost uninterrupted expansion during which the workforce doubled. Although employment demands have softened, the industry continues to grapple with the challenges of renewing an aging workforce just as slower population growth leaves fewer youth available to enter the workforce, and competition from all industries that are facing similar increases in age demographic challenges.

In real terms, the industry’s output value is expected to post a forecast-period CAGR of 0.90%, to value $304.6 billion in 2023, measured at constant 2017 US dollar exchange rates. Over the forecast period (2019-2023), Canadian construction activity is expected to be supported by the government’s planned investments in infrastructure.

The Construction sector in USA has grown slightly (1.1%) over the five years to 2020 amid a steep decline in demand in 2020. Sector operators construct buildings and engineer projects, which often leads sector revenue to correlate with fluctuations in macroeconomic conditions. The sector has benefited from relatively low interest rates over the past five years, which has provided an accommodative borrowing environment for both residential consumers and nonresidential clients. Additionally, a rise in per capita disposable income and consumer spending during most of the period enabled consumers to feel more confident regarding their financial situations, as well as increase overall business activity. The construction industry has around 3.4 million businesses and employs about 9.4 million people all over the United States.

The building construction industry in the United States is expected to record a CAGR of 5% to reach USD 1,428.5 billion by 2024.

In 2019, the value added by the construction industry contributed to 4.1% the gross domestic product in the United States. The construction market in the United States is one of the largest in the world, with private spending reaching 977 billion U.S. dollars in 2019 and with about 11.2 million people employed in the industry.

Outsourcing of accounting, human resources, and IT administration functions is especially beneficial for micro, and small companies for whom keeping a full-time specialist is too expensive. Over 98% of all Canadian businesses have fewer than 100 employees. The situation is the same in the US, where about 99.9% of all businesses are SMEs. It is no wonder that only half of new businesses in Canada (51%) survive their fifth year of operation. However, when businesses work with an accounting advisor, that number jumps to 85%.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary

2. Canada – Construction market overview

3. USA – Construction market overview

4. Canada – Accounting services to Construction companies

5. Accounting

6. Construction Accounting

7. USA – Accounting services to Construction companies

8. Accounting

9. Construction Accounting

10. Construction accounting – Software or Traditional Approach?

11. Competitive analysis

12. Canada

13. USA

14. Canada – HR services to Construction companies

15. Human Resources

16. HR Services to Construction companies

17. USA – HR services to Construction companies

18. Human Resources

19. HR Services to Construction companies

20. Construction HR – Software or Traditional Approach?

21. Competitive analysis

22. Canada

23. USA

24. Canada – Project management and estimating services to Construction companies

25. Project management and estimating

26. Construction project management services

27. USA – Project management and estimating services to Construction companies

28. Project management and estimating

29. Construction project management

30. Construction project management and estimating – Software or Traditional Approach?

31. Competitive analysis

32. Canada

33. USA

34. Canada – IT administration services to Construction companies

35. IT administration

36. Construction IT administration

37. USA – IT administration services to Construction companies

38. IT administration

39. Construction IT administration

40. Construction IT administration – Software Or Traditional Approach?

41. Competitive analysis

42. Canada

43. USA

Companies Mentioned

  • Hogg, Shain & Scheck
  • BDO Canada
  • Ledgers Online
  • J.F. CPA PC
  • Crowe Soberman LLP
  • Ish Jindal CPA PC
  • Smythe LLP
  • SDG Accountant
  • MDP
  • Fuller Landau LLP
  • Deloitte Canada
  • KPMG LLP Canada
  • PWC Canada
  • MNP
  • Grant Thornton
  • KRP
  • Kraft Berger LLC
  • CLA
  • Crowe
  • Marcum
  • Wipfli
  • Moss Adams
  • BKD
  • Baker Tilly
  • Plante Moran
  • Eide Bailly
  • EllisDon
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • GreenWin
  • Baycrest
  • GTA General Contractors
  • RAM Consulting
  • DurWest
  • Advance Estimating
  • Vancouver estimates
  • FTI Consulting
  • CompuVision
  • PACE Technical Services
  • Expera IT
  • Sea to Sky Network Solutions
  • Dataprise
  • Lunavi
  • TechMD
  • MRE Consulting
  • Sagiss
  • Parachute Techs
  • Enabling Technologies
  • Miles Technologies
  • Brainlink International

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