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K-12 School Planning & Construction Management Report

Public sector construction spending in education is down. According to data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau1, the average value of construction put in place in 2013-2014 was 15% lower than in the 10 years prior to that. This overall decrease in annual budgets produces enormous pressure on K-12 managers and executives who are nevertheless expected to maintain their schools, grounds, and quality of service. 

This report provides valuable insights for anyone who works in and around the construction and maintenance of K-12 facilities, including Directors of Construction, Bond Program Managers, Superintendents and other elected officials. The study provides benchmarks against which school districts can compare their own metrics to identify areas for improvement. 

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