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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L Austin. Director 



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CENSUS OF BUSINESS: 1935 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

VOLUME I 

WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, PAY ROLL, 
AND COST OF MATERIAL, BY 

STATES AND CITIES, 
AND BY KIND OF BUSINESS. 




DECEMBER, 1936 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 



, .BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Drrector 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Fred A. Gosnell, Chief Statistician 
William A. Ruff, Assistant 



This volume is the first of a series to summarize data for the 
construction industry as reported by general contractors, operative build- 
ers, and special trade contractors. The data are shown in three uniform 
groups of tables. 

The facts for these tables were collected during the first half 
of 1936 by a canvass of contracting establishments in every State, city 
and county in the United States, by the Bureau of the Census, with funds 
provided by the Works Progress Administration. The data were tabulated, 
analyzed and published by the Business Census division, in the Bureau's 
branch in Philadelphia. 

The individual tables in each group are identified by the same 
table number; all in the first group are Table 1, and so on. Table 1 con- 
tains data for the number of establishments, total work performed, person- 
nel, and pay roll. Table 2, in addition to the items covered by Table 1, 
shows the cost of material installed, and the per cent of work performed 
represented by pay roll and by material. Table 3 shows figures for work 
performed separately for new construction and additions, and remodeling, 
repairs and maintenance. The figures for each of these groups are fur- 
ther separated by private construction and public construction. 

In each group, are (1) a table for the United States showing data 
for each geographic division and State for all types and kinds of business 
combined, and (2) tables showing data by kind of business for the United 
States, each geographic division, each State, and (in the case of Table 1 
only) each city of 500,000 or more inhabitants. 

Additional volumes will be issued to show work performed by type 
of construction, employment by functional classes, monthly data for person- 
nel, man-hours and pay roll for productive labor, and comparisons between 
the 1929 and 1935 census studies. 

Construction reports are prepared under the supervision of George J. Lawrence, 
Chief, Construction Census. 



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Page III 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Index to Detailed Tables V 

Section I . - Definitions and Classifications VII 

Definition of Terms VII 

Kind of Business X 

Disclosures XIII 

Section II.- General Analysis of Construction by Contractors XV 

Introduction, Scope and Procedure XV 

The Importance of Construction XV 

Difference Between Census and Other Studies XVI 

Scope of Construction by Contractors XVI 

Census Studies of Construction for 1929 and 1935.... XVII 

Information Collected XIX 

Limitations of the Canvass XX 

Work Performed by Contracting Establishments in 1935 . XXI 

Work Performed by Kind of Business Group XXII 

1935 Construction by States XXV 

Different Forms Used for Reporting XXVII 

Personnel and Pay Roll XXVIII 

Employees (average for the year) XXVIII 

Proprietors and Firm Members XXIX 

Pay Roll XXIX 

Average Amount of Salary and Wage Payments 

Per Person Employed XXX 

Expenditures by Contracting Establishments X.XXII 

Operating Expenses and Profit or Loss XXXIII 

New construction and Repairs XXXIV 

Private and Public Construction XXXV 

CHARTS 

Chart 1 . - Construction Contracts Awarded XXIII 

Chart 2. - Total Value of Work Performed for the United States 

and by States XXVI 

Chart 3. - Average Salary and Wage Payments Per Employee for 

All Kinds of Contracting Business Combined XXXI 

Chart 4. - Per Cent of Total Work Performed for New and Repair 

and for Private and Public Construction XXXIX 



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TABLE OF CON TENTS - Continued 

TEXT TABLES 

Page 
Table A - Establishments, and Work Performed by Kind of 

Business XXIV 

Table B - Work Performed for the United States, and for Cities of 

500,000 or More Inhabitants XXVII 

Table C - Number of Establishments, and Dollar Value of Work 

Performed, by Report Forms XXVIII 

Table D - United States Totals - Establishments, Proprietors and 

Firm Members, Employees and Pay Roll XXIX 

Table E - United States Totals - Establishments, Work Performed. 

Pay Roll , and Cost of Material XXXII 

Table F - United States Totals - Work Performed by New Construction 

and Additions, and Remodeling, Repairs and Maintenance XXXVI 

Table G - United States Totals - Work Performed by Private 

Ownership, and by Public Ownership XXXVIII 

DETAILED TABLES 
Explanations XLI 

Table 1. - Establishments, Work Performed, Personnel, and Pay Roll. 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 1 

United States Summiary, by States 2 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 3 

States , by Kind of Business 12 

Summary for Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants. 

by Kind of Business 37 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, by Kind of 

Business 38 

Table 2. - Establishments, Work Performed, Personnel, Pay Roll, and 
Cost of Material. 

United States Sum.mary, by Kind of Business 45 

United States Summary by States 46 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 47 

States by Kind of Business 56 

Table 3. - New Construction and Repair Work, by Private and Public. 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 81 

United States Summary, by States 82 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 83 

States by Kind of Business 92 



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I 



INDEX FOR DETAILED TABLES 1, 2, AND 3 



Table 



United States Summary, 
by Kind of Business 



United States Summary, 
by States 

Geographic Divisions, 
by Kind of Business 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Pacific 

States, by Kind of 
Business 

Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of 

Columbia 
Florida 
Georgia 
Idaho 
Illinois 
Indiana 
Iowa 
Kansas 
Kentucky 
Louisiana 
Maine 
Maryland 
Massachusetts 
Michigan 
Minnesota 
Mississippi 
Missouri 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



45 



46 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 



81 



82 



83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 



12 


56 


92 


12 


56 


92 


13 


57 


93 


13 


57 


93 


14 


58 


94 


14 


58 


94 


15 


59 


95 


15 


59 


95 


16 


60 


96 


16 


60 


96 


17 


61 


97 


17 


61 


97 


18 


62 


98 


18 


62 


98 


19 


63 


99 


19 


63 


99 


20 


64 


100 


20 


64 


100 


21 


65 


101 


21 


65 


101 


22 


66 


102 


22 


66 


102 


23 


67 


103 


23 


67 


103 



Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Summary for Cities of 
500,000 or More In- 
habitants, by Kind of 
Business 

Cities of 500,000 or 
More Inhabitants, by 
Kind of Business 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Buffalo 

Chicago 

Cleveland 

Detroit 

Los Angeles 

Milwaukee 

New York 

Philadelphia 

Pittsburgh 

San Francisco 

St. Louis 



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24 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
27 
28 
28 
29 
29 
30 
30 
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31 
32 
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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

o O o 

SECTION I 
DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS 



DEFINITION OF TERMS 

Certain terms used in both the text and tables of this volume are to be 
interpreted in accordance with the following definitions: 

Establishments. - Establishments whose principal business is performing 
construction work for others or that are places of business of operative 
builders are classed as construction establishments. 

A construction establishment is a place in or from which are conducted 
the estimating, bidding, selling, and other central or branch office activ- 
ities relating to construction. The report of the establishment covers, in 
addition to the above, operations at the site of construction (including field 
or job offices maintained at the site) as well as those at yards operated by 
the establishment for the storage and repair of equipment. 

The establishment may be: 

1. An office of a contractor or operative builder. 

In some cases, the office activities are conducted 
from residences, 

2. A store or shop engaged in retail selling, service, 
or manufacturing work but whose 1935 gross receipts 



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from construction exceed their 1935 operating 
receipts from retail, service or manufacturing 
operations . 
3. A real estate establishment that does construction 
work with its own forces. Included here are only 
the construction operations of such establishments. 
Work Performed. - This is the total value of construction perform- 
ed during the year bj' the reporting establishments. Total work perform- 
ed includes all of the construction activities of the establishment in 
connection with new and repair, and private and public work. It is in 
terms of contract or order prices; not actual cost. (The figure for work 
performed by operative builders represents the work actually completed and 
is expressed in terms of the value of the project.) Work performed covers, 
however, only the v/ork actually done, including that for partially complet- 
ed jobs. 

In the case of establishments engaged in two or more fields of busi- 
ness, the figures for work performed apply only to the construction work; 
receipts from all other sources being excluded. 

Private Construction. - This represents projects owned by individuals, 
corporations and all other private agencies. 

Public Construction. - This represents projects owned by Federal, State, 
county, municipal, or other governmental agencies. Some of the private con- 
struction may have been financed by public funds, but the classification here 
is on the basis of ownership. 



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New Construction, and Additions. - New work as well as major 
additions, such as the "building of a wing to a structure are included 
in this category. 

Remodeling, Repairs and Maintenance. - Included here are all 
repairs, maintenance and minor improvements. 

Active Proprietors and Firm Members. - This class includes 
those devoting the major portion of their time to the business of the 
establishment. Corporate officers and executives of corporations are 
not proprietors. It should be noted that in the case of small establish- 
ments, proprietors may be engaged in productive work. 

Employees (Average for the year). - This includes salaried officers 
of corporations, salaried office workers, wage earners who work at the site 
of construction, and all other paid employees, but does not include pro- 
prietors and firm members of unincorporated establishments. The average 
for the year was computed in the following manner. Each individual re- 
port shows the total for the year for the number of employees working dur- 
ing the pay period ending nearest the fifteenth of each month. These 
figures were added by kind of business groups to arrive at the number of 
m^an-months of employment. One twelfth of this figure is shown as the 
average number of employees for the year. 

Pay Roll. - This represents the total amount of salary, wage, 
bonus, and commission paym^ents to all persons employed by the establish- 
ment during the year 1935. Pay roll does not include proprietors' or 
partners' compensation. 

Cost of Material Installed. - This represents the total cost 



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delivered on the job of all materials furnished and used in construction 
(brick, cement, lumber, steel, and all other materials) and of all equip- 
ment furnished and installed (plumbing, heating, and electrical apparatus, 
elevators, and all other equipment incidental to the building). The figure 
does not include equipment that the building serves to house (factory 
machinery, power-generating equipment, and similar items). The material 
reported by each establishment is exclusive of that furnished by its 
subcontractors. 

Geographic Divisions. - The nine geographic divisions used in 
this report as a basis for summarizing data by groups of States are those 
regularly used in census reports. The names of these divisions and the 
States that comprise each one are shown by United States Summ.ary, Table 1, 
Page 2. 
KIND OF BUSINESS 

The Census of Business used a different report form for each 

of the fields of business activity that it covered (retail trade, 

wholesale trade, construction by contractors, etc.). The form employ- 
ed for reporting each establishment was the one corresponding to the 
principal kind of business of the establishment. All data for an es- 
tablishment engaged in two or more fields of business were reported in 
the one field that was of greatest importance as measured by gross 
receipts. This is with the exception of establishments engaged in both 
insurance and real estate, and in construction each of which fields of 
activity was reported separately. 

The manner in which other establishments engaged in two or 
more fields of business were reported will be evident from the procedure 
for electrical contractors who often maintain their places of business 



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in stores in which they sell electrical appliances at retail. The re- 
ports for establishments of this kind are included in the Census of 
Business as retail trade or contracting, depending upon which of these 
kinds of operations accounted for the major portion of the gross receipts 
of the establishments. This principal of classification has particularly 
affected the figures for electrical, heating, plumbing, and sheet metal 
establishments which are classed as construction only if receipts from 
this source are greater than those from retail trade, wholesale trade, 
service, or any other field covered by the Census of Business. There is 
no wholly adequate basis for ascertaining the number of establishments or 
the amount of business affected by this procedure. 

Contracting Establishments. - The principal of classifying an 
establishment in accordance with the major portion of gross receipts was 
followed in allocating reports of establishments to specific kinds of 
business in the construction field. For such reports, however, establish- 
ments engaged in two or more kinds of business showed each kind in the 
order of its relative importance. On the basis of this information, new 
groups were set up for certain combined kinds of business. The report 
form, for example, shows heating and piping as one kind of business, and 
plumbing as another. Because many establishments performed both of these 
kinds of work they were shown in the tables as a special group for heating, 
piping and plumbing. 

General Contractor. - This term designates an establishment 
whose major business consists of contracting with the owner (or his agent) 
for the entire work on a given construction project, being responsible 
for the execution of the whole, and usually doing some portion of the 



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actual woi'k with its own forces. 

G eneral Contractors - Building. - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted in the 
construction of buildings. 

General Contractors - Highway. - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted of 
highway construction. Highway construction is all work regularly done 
by highway contractors and includes roads, streets, alleys, sidewalks, 
guard rails and fences, parkways, parking areas, airports, bridle paths, 
athletic fields, highway bridges, grade separations involving highways, 
light construction sewage and waterworks improvements. 

General Contractors - Heavy. - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted of heavy 
construction as defined on report Form 60 under Inquiry 4 for Work Per- 
formed. 

Operative Builders. - An operative builder is the owner as 
well as the builder of construction projects. As far as the actual con- 
struction work is concerned, he performs the functions of a general con- 
tractor, that is: he has the responsibility of the entire project, usual- 
ly does some part of the work with his own forces and sublets the remainder. 
Speculative builder, owner - builder and development companies are included 
with operative builders. 

Special Trade Contractors. - This term designates establish- 
ments engaged in specialized lines of work. Some of this work is per- 
formed under subcontract for a general contractor, and some is done dir- 



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ectly for the owner. 

The report form lists twenty-six kind-of-business classifica- 
tions for special trade contractors, including the classification for 
"other". An analysis of the reports received for air conditioning, 
cement gun, and several other kinds of business showed that they were 
too few in number to publish as separate items. At this time it was 
also found desirable to show certain combined kinds of business as 
separate items. The result was that twenty-four kind-of-business 
groups were established for special trade contractors. These are shown 
in the United States Summary Table 1, Page 1. 
DISCLOSURES 

The Bureau of the Census in order to avoid disclosing the op- 
erations of individual establishments does not show detailed figures un- 
less they are for three or more establishments. 

Figures that for this reason cannot be shown for a given kind 
of business are either combined with a related kind or included with 
"other". This applies, in the main, to the tables for States and cities. 
In the case of the tables for the United States and for most of the 
geographic divisions, it has been possible to show data for each kind- 
of-business class. 



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SECTION II 



GENERAL ANALYSIS OF CONSTRUCTION BY CONTRACTORS 

INTRODUCTION, SCOPE AND PROCEDURE 

Before turning to the detailed results of the 1935 census 
study it is important to consider certain aspects of construction 
in general, and to te familiar with the objectives and general pro- 
cedure of the census study. These matters are treated in the fol- 
lowing paragraphs. 

The Importance of Construction. - The activities classed 
as construction are directed at providing and maintaining the great- 
er part of the entire physical plant of the nation. This includes 
the structures needed for manufacturing operations and for other 
commercial purposes as well as those for housing; the construction 
of streets, roads and highways with their bridges, tunnels, and 
other elements: and the construction of such facilities as sewerage 
systems, irrigation and drainage, large vehicular or railroad bridges 
and tunnels, and other projects generally known as public works or public 
utilities. 

Construction, in addition to the objectives that it accom- 
plishes, is of great importance, measured either in terms of the 
number of persons that look to it for their livelihood, or by the ex- 
penditures that it makes for materials and equipment. Hence, its 
progress and what it is doing concern the immediate future plans of 
many other industries. 

A substantial proportion of the total number of the coun- 
try's workers are employed in construction. Large sums are disbursed 



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directly for salaries and wages, and the expenditures for material and equip- 
ment affect many related industries engaged in manufacturing as well as those 
engaged in transportation and other fields. 

Differences Between Census and Other Studies. - A large amount of data 
for construction have been collected in connection with studies made by various 
agencies. Each of these studies, however, is confined to a single set of figures 
such as the amount of construction, wage payments, and so on, and further, is 
for a limited territory. It is recognized that statistical data as collected at 
short intervals are essential for reflecting changes in business conditions. 
The necessity of obtaining such information as currently as possible, however, 
imposes limitations of both content and coverage. 

It was the object of the study by the Bureau of the Census to secure 
on a comparable basis most of the pertinent facts for construction by contractors. 
The collection of these facts has been accomplished on a nation wide basis. It is 
believed that their summary, as presented in part in this volum.e, will not only 
serve to reveal the significant relationships between various factors in the oper- 
ations of contractors, but will also serve as a background for the possible exten- 
sion of statistical data from other sources. 

Scope of Construction by Contractors. - All data presented here for 
construction are for establishments the major portion of whose operations are 
performed as a general contractor, operative builder, or special trade contractor. 
In addition to the work performed by such agencies, construction is also executed by 
force account, that is: by the employees of others than contractors. A large amount 
of force account work is ordinarily done by Federal, State, county, township and 



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municipal governments, public utilities and manufacturing organizations. 
The concept of force account work could be logically extended to in- 
clude the construction work performed by farmers and householders with 
or without the assistance of an odd job man. That there is a consider- 
able volume of work in this category is evident from the direct-to-user 
sales of construction material and equipment by mail order and other 
establishments. 

It was the task of the Census of Business to secure data 
for establishments comprising the business community. The method 
established for doing this involved a canvass of all business establish- 
ments, and their enumeration on a report form corresponding to the 
major kind of business of the establishment (contractors engaged in 
construction, retail trade, etc.). It is to be noted that governmental 
agencies were not included in the canvass, and that even in the case of 
manufacturing organizations that were canvassed, the construction work 
that they performed did not represent their main business. These con- 
ditions made it impossible for the Census to collect data for construction 
by force account. 

Census Studies of Construction for 1929 and 1935. - The first 
study of the contracting group of the construction industry by the Bureau 
of the Census covered the year 1929. Studies by other agencies show that 
while the total amount of construction for that year was somewhat smaller 
than the amounts for some of the preceding years, it was still at a high 
level. For each of the years following 1929, the amount of construction be- 
came smaller until the lowest figure was registered for 1932. The figures for 



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1935 show considerable increase over those for 1932. hut are still 
only a fraction of the ones for 1929. From this brief resume of the 
movements of the total amount of construction, it is seen that of the 
two studies by the Bureau of the Census, the one for 1929 portrays 
conditions for a year of considerable activity while the study for 
1935 covers a year with a much smaller volume of work. 

It is well known that construction operations are characterized 
by extremely wide fluctuations. The two studies by the Bureau of 
the Census afford a basis for ascertaining what this means not 
only in terms of the aggregate amount of work, but also in terms of 
personnel. It is believed that the presentation of this information 
by kind of business, and in other detail will make it of particular 
valLie for the interpretation of m.any of the problems of the con- 
struction industry. 

Construction statistics from the census studies of 1929 and 
1935 are not directly comparable. This is because of differences in 
procedure and scope for the two studies. 

The 1929 study was directed at securing data primarily from 
establishments that handled work amounting to $25,000 or more. Reports 
were received from 30,597 establishments of this kind, and were 
tabulated in full detail. It was not possible to define limits for 
the amount of work handled by an establishment in 1935 that 
would correspond with the figure of $25,000 set for the 1929 reports. 
The 1935 tabulations consist of data furnished by all establishments 
that handled work of $500 or more. These conditions vitiate direct 
comparisons . 

A comparison of data for identical establishments for 1929 and 
1935 is to be presented in a later volume. 



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Information Collected. - The determination of the kind of information 



to be collected was made "by the Bureau of the Census with the cooperation of 
representatives of contracting groups and other leaders of the construction 
industry. Included here are those who devoted considerable time to developing 
for the Construction Code Authority a research program, the results of which 
were available for planning the census study. 

The data considered basic and practicable to collect include the kind 
of business of the establishment, legal form of organization, contracts or 
orders received, work sublet, work performed in detail by type of construction 
and also classed by new construction and repairs and by private and public, 
cost of materials and equipment installed, personnel, and pay roll. This is 
shown in greater detail by the copy, at the end of this volume, of the report 
form developed for recording the information for the individual contracting 
establishments. Two other report forms were also used in the canvass. The 
three forms are summarized by use in the canvass, and by content as follows: 

Field Canvass - Form 60. - This contains information for all items 
referred to in this volume. A copy of Form 60 appears at the end of this volume, 

Field Canvass - Short Form. - This contains information for kind of 
business, value of work performed, active proprietors and firm members, 
employees, and pay roll. 

Mail Canvass Form. - This form shows data only for kind of business 
and the dollar value of work performed. 

Method of Canvass. - Reports from contracting establishments 



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were obtained by means of a field canvass. For this purpose, the entire 
United States was divided into 33,976 enumeration districts. An enumerator 
was assigned to each district and, in accordance with a systematic plan of 
canvass, was responsible for calling upon every business establishment in 
his district. 

Limitations of the Canvass. - The value of construction reported 
by the census is in line with the amounts reported by other agencies. For 
the following reasons, however, the census figure must be considered 
incomplete. 

The enumerators called only at places of business that were readily 
recognizable as such. It is known that many of the smaller contractors have 
their places of business in their homes. Unless signs were displayed, the 
enumerators did not call upon such contractors. To secure further informa- 
tion for such establishments, use was made of a supplementary mail canvass 
based upon lists of names for general contractors, operative builders, and 
the following kinds of special trade contractors: 

Cement Gun Plastering and lathing 

Electrical Plumbing 

Elevator Resilient flooring 

Heating, piping and Roofing and sheet metal 

air conditioning Steel erection 

Insulation Terrazzo and mosaic 

Marble Tile 

Mason Wood floor 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorating 

A 25% response was received to the report forms sent by 
mail. Among these were replies of many large establishments for 
which construction schedules had not been received in the field 
canvass. From this it seems reasonable to assume that among the 75% 



Vol. 1 - Page XXI 

of the establishments that did not respond to the mail canvass were many 
that had not been covered by the field canvass. 

There is no basis for determining the degree of completeness 
of the census study. Because of the large number of reports included 
in this study, however, it is believed that the relationships that are 
found to exist for certain items of information will be applica'jle to the 
entire field of construction by contractors. 

Total Work Performed by Contracting Establishments in 1955. - 
75,047 contracting establishments located in the United States reported 
to the Bureau of the Census for the year 1935. Although this was a 
year for which the value of construction was small in comparison 
with that for many of the earlier years, the amount of work performed 
by these establishments in 1935 aggregated fl ,622,862,000. 

The Census figure for work performed is not directly comparable 
with the figures reported by private organizations for the dollar value 
of contracts awarded. This is because of the differences in scope and 
content between the figures for work performed and those for contracts 
awarded. 

The Census figures for work performed represent all of the work 
reported by contracting establishments. The figures of the private 
organizations for contracts awarded are based on reports for individual 
projects, and do not include projects below certain established minimum 
values. From this standpoint, the figures for contracts awarded would be 
lower than the ones for work performed. Data for force account construc- 
tion, however, are not included in the Census figures but are, to a large 
extent, accounted for by the figures reported by the private organizations. 



Vol. I, - Page XXII 

This latter consideration is probably of greater consequence than the matter 
of the size of the projects included, and would have the net result of causing 
the Census figures to be lower than the others. 

Another important consideration is the elapse of a period of time be- 
tween the award of a contract for construction and the performance of any size- 
able proportion of the actual construction work. The length of the period can- 
not be stated accurately for the total amount of construction because it varies 
with the size and kind of project. The amount of contracts awarded during the 
latter part of 1934 and all but the latter part of 1935, however, will determine 
the amount of work performed for the year 1935. 

According to the figures reported by a private statistical organization 
and shown in Chart 1, contracts awarded for the latter part of 1934 and the first 
half of 1935 were at a much lower level than for the last half of 1935. This con- 
dition would cause the figure for contracts awarded for 1935 to be greater than 
the figure for work performed for 1935. 
WORK PERFORMED BY KIND-OF-BUSINESS GROUPS 

The figure of $1,622,862,000 previously mentioned represents work per- 
formed by all reporting establishments of general contractors and special trade 
contractors. Of the total contracts that they receive, general contractors 
sublet a considerable part to special trade contractors. This, however, does 
not result in duplication in the aggregate figure of $1,622,862,000 for work 
performed because each contractor reported only the work performed by his 
organization. 

Table A shows the number of establishments and the dollar value 
of work performed by kind-of-business groups (general contractors- 



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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



PERCENT 
200 



180 



160 



140 



CHART 1 - CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AWARDED 

BASE: 1934 AND 1935 = 100 % 



120 



100 



80 



60 



40 




1934 



1935 



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building, general contractors - highway, general contractors - heavy, and spe- 
cial trade contractors). It is important to remember that an establishment is 
classed by the kind of business that accounted for the major portion of its 
gross receipts during 1935, and that the total work of the establishment is shown 
in this class. This latter consideration, however, has little affect on the four 
kinds of business shown in Table A, that is: the total amount of work performed' 
by general contractors engaged in building contains very little heavy or highway 
construction. 

Special trade contractors perform but little work in connection with 
highway or heavy construction. About all of their construction work is in con- 
nection with building construction. Work performed by special trade contractors 
is thus to be added to that by general contractors engaged in building in order 
to arrive at the total for building. 

In accordance with the above considerations, the figures of Table A 
may be used as a general indication of the amount of construction of various 
kinds performed by contracting establishments in 1935, 
TABLE A. - ESTABLISHMENTS, AND WORK PERFORMED BY KIND OF BUSINESS 





Establishments 


Dollar Value of 
work performed 




Number 


% of 
total 


Amount 
(Add 000) 


% of 
total 


Total 


75,047 


100.0 


$1,622,862 


100.0 


General Contractors 


11,491 


15.3 


944,279 


58.2 


Building 1/ 
Highway " 
Heavy 

Special Trade Contractors 


8,337 
2,116 
1,038 

63,556 


11.1 
2.8 
1.4 

84.7 


398,980 
280,332 
264,967 

678,583 


24.6 
17.3 
16.3 

41.8 



l/ Include* operative builders. 



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1955 CONSTRUCTION BY STATES 

Many contractors perform work in States other than the ones in which 
their home or branch offices are located. The report form utilized for this 
study to secure data from the individual contracting establishments provides 
for information for the location of the construction work by States. Such 
information is to be tabulated at a later date. For that part of the study 
summarized in this volume, all figures for work performed are in accordance 
with the location of the reporting contracting establishments. 

Whether it is preferable to have data for work performed shown by 
the location of the work or by the location of the establishment that per- 
forms the work depends upon the use to which the data are to be put. For a 
problem involving the determination of the size of the markets for construct- 
ion material or equipment, the figures on the basis of the establishment loc- 
ation would be the more useful. On the other hand, if it were required to 
ascertain per capita expenditures for construction, or to make some other com- 
parison between the value of construction and other statistics that are for 
States or other geographical units, it would be necessary to have the con- 
struction data by the location of the work. 

The amount of work performed by the contracting establishments of 
each State is shown graphically by Chart 2. From this chart it is possible 
to read not only the total amount for each State but also to visualize the 
manner in which the total for any one State compares with the total for the 
United States and for other States. 

In the detailed tables at the end of this volume, data are 
shown for contracting establishments located in the thirteen cities that 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1M5 Vi 

CHART 2 ■ TOTAL VALUE OF WORK PERFORMED FOR THE UNITED STATES, AND BY STATES 

( ioIe. are in millKm dollar* ) 




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had 500,000 or more inhabitants according to the 1930 Census of Popula- 
tion. At this part of the discussion, it is of interest to note that 
the work of the contracting establishments in the thirteen largest cities 
represents 34.7% of the work performed by all contracting establishments 
in the United States. 

From the summary table below it is seen that a relatively large 
proportion of the total work of each group of contracting establishments 
(except highway) is performed by establishments located in cities of 
500,000 or more inhabitants. 

TABLE B.- WORK PERFORMED FOR THE UNITED STATES. AND FOR CITIES OF 

500,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS 





United States 


Cities of 
500,000 or 
more in- 
habitants 


Cities as 

per cent of 

United States 


Total 


$ 1,622,862,000 


$ 562,327,000 


34 . 7% 


General contractors 


944,279,000 


293,062,000 


31.0 


Building _1/ 

Highway 

Heavy 


398,980,000 
280,332,000 
264,967,000 


138,040,000 

34,459,000 

120,563,000 


34.6 
12.3 
45.5 


Special trade contractors 


678,583,000 


269,265,000 


39.7 



1/ Includes operative builders. 



DIFFERENT FORMS USED FOR REPORTING 

All figures stated so far for the 1935 census study are for all 
of the reporting contracting establishments of which there are 75,047. 
Throughout the remainder of this discussion it will be necessary to refer 
to data based on reports from a smaller number of establishments. This 
condition resulted from the necessity of using for this study three report 
forms that were not uniform in content, and as explained on page XIX. 



Vol I - Page XXVIIl 

The number of each of these three kinds of report forms received, and their 
relative importance as measured by the dollar value of work performed is shown by 
Table C. 



TABLE C. - 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, AND DOLLAR VALUE OF WORK PERFORMED , 
BY REPORT FORMS 



Report form 


Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Dollar value of 

work 

performed 


Total for all forms 


75,047 


$ 1,622,862,000 


Field canvass 


69,838 


1,457,710,000 


Form 60 
Short form 

Form for mail canvass 


46,429 
23,409 

5,209 


1,330,835,000 
126,875,000 

165,152,000 



PERSONNEL AND PAY ROLL 

Employees (average for the year) . - The average number of employees for 
the year 1935 was determined from data shown on the report forms for the number of 
employees working during the pay period ending nearest the fifteenth of each month. 
The figure for 69,838 establishments is 409,137 employees. This includes all classes 
of employees; those in the office as well as those at the site. Proprietors and 
firm members of unincorporated establishments are not included with the number of 
employees. Neither are they included in the salary figures to bo mentioned later. 

In the use of these figures, consideration must be given the fact that 
changes are constantly occuring in the personnel of contracting establishments. 
As parts of a construction project are completed, men are separated from the pay 
roll. On the other hand, the starting of a new project results in the addition of 
workers. Such changes made with considerable frequency may result in the figures 



Vol. I - Page XXIX 

for one week of a month not being representative of employment throughout the 
entire month. 

Proprietors and firm members must be taken into consideration in 
accounting for the number of persons engaged in the work of contracting estab- 
lishments. Their importance is apparent from the fact that there were 69,193 
of them for 69,838 establishments. The figure of 69,838 for the number of est- 
ablishments includes incorporated as well as unincorporated ones. Some of the 
unincorporated establishments were operated by individual proprietors and others 
were operated by two or more partners; there were, however, relatively few- part- 
nerships that had as many as three firm members. These considerations point to 
the conclusion that a majority of the contracting establishments are unincorporated. 
This is true of all establishments combined, and appears to hold also for 
general contractors engaged in building, and for special trade contractors. It 
possibly does not apply to the highway and heavy contracting groups. (See Table D), 

Pay Roll . - The total pay roll for the year for all classes of employ- 
ees amounted to $470,275,000. 

TABLE D. - UNITED STATES TOTALS--ESTABLISHMENTS, PROPRIETORS AND FIRM MEMBERS . 

EMPLOYEES AND PAY ROLL 





(Field canvass only) 






Kind of Business 


Number 
of 
establish- 
ments 


Active pro- 
prietors 

and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
(Average 
for year) 


Pay Roll 
(add 000) 


Total 


69,638 


69,193 


409,137 


$470,275 


General Contractors 


9,883 


8,286 


258,344 


277,912 


Building \/ 

Highway 

Heavy construction 

Special Trade Contractors 


7,241 

1,723 

919 

59,955 


6,433 

1,298 

555 

60,907 


106,366 
87,242 
64,736 

150,793 


120,316 
76,403 
81,193 

192,363 



1/ Includes operative builders. 



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Average Amou nt of Salary and Wage Payments Per Person Employed. - 
The figures presented for the year for the average numter of employees and 
for the total pay roll do not afford a basis for computing the average an- 
nual earnings of the individual worker. Most construction workers, as has 
been already noted, are employed by a number of different contractors in 
the course of the year. From this it is evident that the figures reported 
by a contracting establishment are likely to include certain workers some 
months of the year, and different workers for other months of the year. 

Using the data for the average num.ber of employees and for salary 
and wage payments would thus give only the average salary and wage payments 
"per person employed" by the contracting establishments. Even in this re- 
stricted sense, the average would be capable of use only as a very crude 
statistical measure because (1) it is based on all classes of employees 
combined (different classes of employees receive different rates of pay and 
the number in each class would not necessarily represent an unchanging propor- 
tion of the total), (2) v/age rates differ by locality and kind of business as 
well as by general class of employment such as clerical workers, skilled labor 
and common labor, and (3) the data available in this volum.e are by the location 
of the reporting establishment which m.ight differ from that of the project on 
which the employees are engaged (construction rates are established by small 
localities: not over broad areas). The foregoing limitations are stated at 
considerable length by way of explaining the exact nature of the data, and are 
to be kept in mind in reading the following paragraph. 

The average amount of salary and wage payments per person employed 
was $1,149 for the United States. The manner in which the figures compare 



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for each State is shown on the map. Chart 3. These figures are of usefulness, not 
in terms of the absolute amount for each State, but only as a rough measure for com- 
paring one State with anothei'. 
EXPENDITURES BY CONTRACTING ESTABLISHMENTS 

Pay roll and material.- Expenditures of 46.429 contracting establishments 
for material and equipment furnished and installed by them m construction work 
amounted to $559,441,000. This accounts for 42.0% of the figure of $1,330,835,000 
representing the total value of the work performed by these establishments. These 
summary figures for the United States are shown in Table E. 



TABLE E.- UNITED STATES TOTALS - ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PAY ROLL , 

AND COST OF MATERIAL 





Number 


Dollar 




Cost of 


Percent 


of total 




of 
estab- 


value of 
work 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


materi- 
al in- 


work performed 




Pay rol]^ 








lish- 


performed 




stalled 


and 


Pay 


Mater- 




ments 


(Add 000) 


(Add 000) 


(Add 000) 


mat'l 


Roll 


ial 


Total 


46,429 


$1,330,835 


$436,802 


$559,441 


74.8 


32.8 


42.0 


General contractors 


9,753 


829.058 


275,928 


345.603 


75.0 


33.3 


41.7 


Building 1/ 


7,139 


352,329 


118,618 


162,641 


79.9 


33.7 


46.2 


Highway 


1,711 


240,458 


76,250 


97,587 


72.3 


31.7 


40.6 


Heavy 


903 


236.271 


81.060 


85,375 


70.4 


34.3 


36.1 


Special trade 
















contractors 


36,676 


501 ,777 


160,874 


213,838 


74.7 


32.1 


42.6 



1/ Includes operative builders. 

2/ Includes no compensation for proprietors and firm members of unincorporated busine 



From Table 2 for the United States (See page 45) it is seen that 
expenditures for material are not of equal importance for each kind of contracting 



Vol. I - Page XXXni 

business. For establishments engaged primarily in wrecking or demolition 
work, material amounts only to 5.3% of work performed. The figure for con- 
tracting establishments whose business consists primarily of elevator in- 
stallation is 53.3%. Material expenditures for the other kind-of-business 
groups fall between the low figure for wrecking and demolition, and the 
high figure for elevator installation. 

Table E also shows the percent that pay roll is of the total value 
of the work performed. Here, again, detailed figures appear in Table 2 
from which it is seen that the smallest percent for pay roll is 23.6% for 
establishments handling plumbing with sheet metal, and the highest is shown 
by stone setting establishments with a figure of 48.4%. 

In connection with the figures for pay roll, it is important to note 
that they do not include compensation for proprietors and firm members of 
unincorporated businesses. It is necessary to take this factor into con- 
sideration in any analysis involving the use of the pay roll figures. 
OPERATING EXPENSES AND PROFIT OR LOSS . 

This study does not show data for the operating expenses of contracting 
establishments. It is possible, however, to arrive at combined figures for 
operating expense and profit or loss by deducting pay roll and material ex- 
penditures from work performed. 

Operating expenses include such items as office rent, light, heat, 
office supplies, telephone, telegraph, postage, travel, workmen's compensation 
insurance, contract bond premiums, rental of equipment, depreciation and taxes. 
These items are not of equal importance for all contracting establishments. 
Rental of equipment, for example, would apply mainly to highway, and heavy con- 
struction establishments. Also, in the ca.se of these establishments, rates for 
workmen's compensation insurance would be highest. In using these figures, it 
should be also recognized that compensation for proprietors and firm m.embers 



Vol. I - Page XXXIV 

of unincorporated establishmsnts are not included in the amounts for pay roll. 

Operating expense and profit or loss for all contracting establish- 
ments is 25.2% of the figure for work performed. The percents for kind-of- 
businoss groups differ at least partly because of the varying degrees of impor- 
tance of certain expense items by groups, and are as follows: 
General Contractors - building 20.1% 
highway 27.7 
heavy 29.6 
Special Trade Contractors 25.3 

NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS 

During the past few years, widespread efforts have been m.ade to increase 
the amount of remodeling, repair and m.aintenance work in connection with building 
and construction. This was a period with a relatively small amount of new con- 
struction. Hence remodeling, repair and maintenance was of prime importance to 
many different business groups. Property owners and their agents were interested 
in having their properties maintained in good condition. Both contractors and 
those concerned with the marketing of building and construction material and equip- 
ment had the common interest of promoting such work as sources of business for 
their organization. 

It is not possible to ascertain from the data of the 1935 census study 
of construction hew repair work developed over a period of years. It is, how- 
ever, possible to show the amount of such work performed by contractors during 
the year 1935, and the relative amount of such work as compared with the total 
work of the contracting establishments. 

Reports from 46,429 contracting establishments show total work 



Vol. 1 - Page XXXV 

performed as $1,330,835,000. Of this amount, $961,021,000, or 72.2%, is for new 
construction, and $369,814,000, or 27.8%, is for remodeling, repairs and main- 
tenance. These figures are for all kinds of business combined for the United 
States. Chart 4 shows the relative amount of new construction and repairs for 
each State, for all kinds of "business combined. 

There are considerable differences in the importance of new construc- 
tion and repairs by kind-of-business groups. Table F shows that remodeling, 
repairs and maintenance account only for 13.9% of the total work of general con- 
tractors, and by far the greater part of this is by those general contractors 
engaged primarily in building. For general contractors engaged primarily in 
highway, and in heavy construction, remodeling, repairs and maintenance repre- 
sent respectively 6.2% and 8.2% of their total work. 

In the case of the special trade contractors group, remodeling, repairs 
and maintenance becomes of very real importance. It represents 50.7% or slightly 
more than half of the total amount of work that they performed. Table 3 starting 
on Page 81 shows figures for work performed by new construction and additions, 
and by remodeling, repairs and maintenance, by kind of business. 
PRIVATE AND PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION 

The dollar value of work performed was secured separately by private and 
by public construction. At the time that the report form was prepared, two 
possible ways of defining private and public construction were considered. One 
was in accordance with the source of the funds. The other was in accordance 
with the ownership of the project. It was concluded that the latter basis was 
preferable as likely to result in data of greater accuracy. 

In the case of certain kinds of construction work performed by private 



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agencies, there was often an alternative of securing funds either from public 
or from private sources. Governmental agencies were particularlj' active in 
the financing of construction operations during l?o5, but it was felt that the 
individual contractor, especially the special trade contractors to whom work had 
been sublet by general contractors would not in all cases knew the sources of 
the funds. Even the contractors operating as subs, however, would be likely 
to be able to identify the work that they performed as owned by private or by 
public agencies. Such information is usually definitely stated in the plans 
and specifications on which their contracts or orders are based. As used here, 
then, private construction designates projects owned by individuals, corpora- 
tions, and all other private agencies. Public construction means projects owned 
by Federal, State, county, municipal or other governmental agencies. 

Of the figure of $1,330,835,000 for the total work performed by 46,429 
contracting establishments, $733,248,000 or 55.1% was for private construction, 
and $597,587,000 or 44.9% for public construction. In order to obtain these 
amounts for private, as well as for public construction, it is necessary to add 
the individual amounts shown under new construction and additions, and remodel- 
ing, repairs and maintenance. This applies to Table G, and also to T:,ble 3 start- 
ing on page 81. This latter table contains detailed data by kind cf business. 

A general picture of the importance of private and of public construct- 
ion by certain kinds of business is given by Table G. The figj.res here are a re- 
arrangement of those of Table 3. 

From the figures of Table G, it is seen that of the total figure 
of $733,248,000 for private construction, general contractors engaged in heavy 
and in highway construction performed $68,802,000, or 9.4%. Of the remainder, 
$240,465,000, or 32.8% was performed by general contractors engaged in building, 
and $423,981,000, or 57.8% by special trade contractors. 



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Of the total figure of $597,587,000 for public construction, general 
contractors engaged in heavy and highway construction performed $407,927,000, or 
68.3%, general contractors engaged in building, and operative builders performed 
$111,864,000, or 18.7% and special trade contractors $77,796,000, or 13.0%. 

By similar rearrangement of the data in Table 3, it is possible, in the man- 
ner illustrated, to ascertain the distribution of work performed between private and 
public for States or cities of 500,000 or more inhabitants, and by kind of business. 



Table G - UNITED STATES TOTALS - WORK PERFORMED BY PRIVATE OWNERSHIP , 

AND BY PUBLIC OWNERSHIP 



Kind of business 


Number 

of 
estab- 
lishments 


Total 
(Add 000) 


Private 
(Add 000) 


Public 
(Add 000) 


Total 


46,429 


$1,330,835 


$733,248 


$597,587 


General contractors 


9,753 


829,058 


309,267 


519,791 


Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy 

Special trade contractors 


7,139 

1,711 

903 

36,676 


352,329 
240,458 
236,271 

501,777 


240,465 
17,059 
51,743 

423,981 


111,864 
223,399 
184,528 

77,796 



1/ Includei operative builders. 

Chart 4 shows the relative proportions that private construction and 
public construction is of the total work performed by the contracting establish- 
ments for each State. 



coNsraucnoN industry^ 1935 

CHART 4 ■ PERCENT OF TOTAL WORK PERFORMED FOR NEW AND REPAIR, AND FOR 

PRIVATE AND PUBUC CONSTRUCTION 



NEW 
- PRIVATE -*- PUBUC 



' PRIVATE 1 PUBUC - 




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EXPLANATION OF TABLES 



In tbe following pages, detailed data by kind of business 
are shown by three sets of tables as follows : 

Table 1 contains data for the number of establishments, work perform- 
ed, personnel and pay roll. The two columns at the left of 
the table for "Number of Establishments" and for "Value of 
Work Performed" contain data for all reporting establishments, 
that is : reports from both of the rejxsrt forms of the field 
canvass and from the mail canvass (See Page XIX). The data 
contained between the two sets of double vertical lines are 
from both of the report forms of the field canvass. The data 
in the two right hand columns of the table are from the mail 
canvass. 

Table 2 is based on reports of the field canvass. Form 60. In addition 
to the items mentioned for Table 1, Table 2 contains data for 
cost of material installed and also shows the per cent of the 
total work performed that is made up of pay roll and of material. 

Table 3 is, as in the case of Table 2, based on reports of the field 
canvass. Form 60. Table 3 shows the number of establishments, 
and the value of work performed. The latter figure is shown 
in detail for new construction and additions, and remodeling, 
repairs and maintenance. Each of these two items are further 
broken down for private and public construction. 

In the case of each set, the tables appear in the following order: 

United States Siumsary, by Kind of Business 

United States Summary, by States 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 

States, by Kind of Business 

Summary for All Cities of 500,000 or More 
Inhabitants, by Kind of Business* 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, 
by Kind of Business* 

*For Table 1 only. 



















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CENSUS OF 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










BUSINESS 




UNITED STATES SUMMARY 










TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 










FOR ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, ] 


Establishments report- 




ing MlablishmenU | 






snd pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Geographic Divisions 












Em- 








and States. 


Number of 
establish- 


Value of 

work 


Number of 
establish- 


Value of 
work 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 


ployees 
( Average 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 1 


Number of 
establish- 


Value o( 
work 




ments 


performed 


ments 


performed 


lor 


ments 


performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 




year) 


add UOO ) 




(add 000) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


75,047 


tl, 622, 862 


69,838 


$1,457,710 


69,193 


409,137 


$470,275 


5,209 


♦165,152 


NEW ENGLAND 

Connecticut 


6,889 


115,901 


6,439 


105,275 


6,200 


28,991 


36,020 


450 


10,626 


1,682 


32,245 


1,570 


29,990 


1,480 


8,833 


10,463 


112 


2,255 


Maine 


668 


6,424 


638 


6,029 


630 


1,898 


2,014 


30 


395 


Massachusetts 


3,393 


60,774 


3,161 


54,122 


2,991 


13,904 


18,445 


232 


6,652 


New Hampshi re 


443 


5,691 


42a 


5,439 


462 


1,459 


1,672 


15 


252 


Rhode Island 


389 


8,473 


347 


7,821 


314 


2,299 


2,835 


42 


652 


Vermont 


314 


2,294 


295 


1,874 


323 


598 


591 


19 


420 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 


21,418 


416,302 


20,188 


379,315 


19,145 


91,601 


126,730 


1,230 


36,987 


4,131 


51,680 


3,944 


48,133 


3,767 


11,712 


15,314 


187 


3,547 


New York 


10,990 


266,088 


10,309 


241,074 


9,214 


55,957 


83,138 


681 


25,014 


Pennsylvania 


6,297 


98,634 


5,935 


90,108 


6,164 


23,932 


28,278 


362 


8,426 


EAST NORTH-CENTRAL 

II 1 1 nois 


15,809 


339,774 


14,565 


299,067 


14,405 


81,417 


100,595 


1,244 


40,707 


3,883 


130,470 


3,557 


115,174 


3,395 


31,507 


41,341 


326 


15,296 


Indiana 


2,320 


31,773 


2,197 


27,860 


2,291 


7,612 


7,949 


123 


3,913 


Michigan 


2,294 


58,926 


2,105 


52,331 


2,115 


14,436 


18,584 


189 


6,895 


Ohio 


4,282 


77,879 


3,949 


68,735 


3,895 


17,662 


22,276 


333 


9,144 


Wisconsi n 


3,030 


40,726 


2,757 


34,967 


2,709 


10,200 


10,445 


273 


5,759 


WEST NORTHCENTRAL 

Iowa 


8.940 


182.364 


8.298 


165.072 


8.633 


52,070 


49,384 


642 


17,292 


1,916 


28,993 


1,701 


24,219 


1,817 


6,616 


6,455 


215 


4,774 


Kansas 


1,054 


12,314 


991 


10,381 


1,066 


3,248 


2,706 


63 


1,933 


Ml nnesota 


2,083 


47,660 


1,951 


45,119 


2,101 


16,372 


13,719 


132 


2,541 


Missouri 


2,412 


66,509 


2,267 


61,392 


2,184 


18,239 


19,601 


145 


5,117 


Nebraska 


972 


18,659 


912 


16,386 


960 


5,303 


4,915 


60 


2,273 


North Dakota 


232 


3,585 


215 


3,217 


235 


1,082 


873 


17 


368 


South Dakota 


271 


4,644 


261 


4,358 


270 


1,210 


1,115 


10 


286 


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Delaware 


6,759 


177,455 


6,376 


159,527 


6,198 


50,591 


50,033 


383 


17,928 


229 


4,597 


222 


4,548 


201 


1,455 


1,640 


7 


49 


District of Columbia 


414 


28,127 


376 


25,787 


271 


6,459 


8,684 


38 


2,340 


Florida 


943 


28,953 


874 


26,905 


782 


8,886 


8,517 


69 


2,048 


Georgia 


896 


24,774 


858 


21,960 


828 


7,681 


6,578 


38 


2,814 


Maryland 


1,166 


22,680 


1,080 


19,831 


1,075 


5,776 


6,137 


86 


2,849 


North Carol i na 


849 


25,319 


801 


20,840 


818 


7,036 


6,189 


48 


4,479 


South Carol i na 


379 


10,534 


364 


10,124 


353 


3,736 


3,205 


15 


410 


Virgi nia 


1,234 


22,883 


1,183 


20,957 


1,223 


6,125 


6,225 


51 


1,926 


West Virgir\ia 


649 


9,588 


618 


8,575 


647 


3,437 


2,858 


31 


1,013 


EAST SOUTH-CENTRAL 

Alabama 


3,068 


53,843 


2,937 


47,621 


3,107 


17,665 


13,715 


131 


6,222 


448 


12,049 


398 


8,436 


415 


3,217 


2,503 


50 


3,613 


Kentucky 


1,427 


16,953 


1,392 


15,591 


1,480 


5,367 


4,443 


35 


1,562 


Mississippi 


364 


2,836 


353 


2,645 


381 


1,112 


730 


11 


191 


Tennessee 


829 


28,005 


794 


21,149 


831 


7,969 


6,039 


35 


856 


WEST SOUTHCENTRAL 

Arkansas 


3,275 


83,843 


3,050 


76,576 


3.105 


27,440 


22,287 


£25 


7.267 


326 


5.059 


308 


4,750 


330 


2,301 


1,292 


18 


309 


Louisiana 


537 


17,086 


503 


15,696 


478 


4,724 


4,320 


34 


1,390 


Oklahoma 


608 


14,489 


567 


12,496 


575 


3,684 


3,262 


41 


1,993 


Texas 


1,804 


47,209 


1,672 


43,634 


1,722 


16,731 


13,413 


132 


3,575 


MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 


2,243 


54,971 


2,062 


45,101 


2,192 


13,846 


14,532 


191 


9.870 


£04 


5,373 


188 


4,327 


197 


1,443 


1.502 


16 


1,046 


Colorado 


564 


13,713 


503 


9,382 


512 


2,763 


3,059 


61 


4,331 


Idaho 


296 


8,891 


271 


8,208 


308 


2,815 


3,072 


25 


683 


Montana 


287 


7,657 


249 


6,578 


260 


2,001 


2,006 


38 


1,079 


Nevada 


61 


2,106 


54 


2,048 


53 


600 


758 


7 


58 


New Mexico 


114 


3,660 


97 


3,050 


110 


717 


778 


17 


610 


Utah 


430 


10,391 


408 


8,425 


447 


2,634 


2,484 


22 


1,966 


Wyoming 


287 


3.180 


282 


3,083 


305 


873 


873 


5 


97 


PACIFIC 

California 


6,646 


198,409 


5,953 


180,156 


6.208 


45.516 


56.979 


713 


18.253 


4,932 


136,291 


4,400 


126,450 


4,649 


32,366 


39,886 


532 


11,841 


Oregon 


654 


24,239 


595 


20,404 


626 


5,542 


6,852 


59 


3,835 


Washi nglon 


1,060 


35,879 


938 


33,302 


933 


7,608 


10,241 


122 


2,577 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 


CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








LE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, | 






BY KIND OF BUSINESS 




1 




Total lor all report- ] 


Establishinents reporting work per 


ormed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


State and 
kind of businen 


ing establiahmenti | 


and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Vahie of 

work 
periormea 


Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Value o< 
work 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
( Average 
lor 


Pay 

RoU 2/ 


Number o( 

establish- 

menls 


Value of 

work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


add 000) 




(add 000) 


ALABAMA 

General Contracton 

Building 1/ 


448 


$12,049 


398 


i8,436 


415 


3,217 


$2,503 


50 


$3,613 


92 


7,760 


62 


4,417 


67 


2,045 


1.463 


30 


3,343 


73 


4,851 


51 


2,108 


i1 


877 


7S8 


22 


2,743 


Highway 

Heavy Conjtruction 


13 
6 


: 2,909 


9 
2 


2,309 


10 


1,168 


705 


4 
4 


600 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


356 


4.289 


336 


4.019 


348 


1.172 


1.040 


20 


270 


52 


282 


49 


274 


52 


82 


67 


3 


8 


Concreti ng 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


z 


— 


— 


Electrical 


56 


1,383 


52 


1,350 


52 


341 


271 


6 


33 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


16 


3 


16 


2 


14 


7 


— 


— 


Hating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


148 


1.563 


140 


1.414 


146 


418 


366 


8 


149 


6 


94 


6 


94 


5 


24 


27 


— 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wl^h sheet metal 


U 


209 


11 


209 


9 


76 


75 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


58 


893 


56 


822 


60 


218 


196 


2 


71 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


5 


62 


5 


62 


4 


15 


16 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 

Plumbing with sheet metal 


67 

1 


1 305 


62 


227 


68 


85 


52 


5 

1 


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Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


39 


624 


38 


557 


40 


169 


168 


1 


67 


11 


320 


10 


253 


5 


86 


84 


1 


67 


Sheet Metal 


16 


139 


16 


139 


18 


39 


37 


— 


— 


Hoofing and sheet metal 


12 


165 


12 


165 


17 


44 


47 


— 


— 


Masonry 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


31 54 


31 


54 


34 


20 


11 


— 


~ 


Plasteri ng 


4 


I 


3 


X 


z 


z 


z 


1 


X 


Ti le and mantel 


5 


39 


4 


31 


6 


11 


9 


1 


8 


Other 


12 


281 


12 


281 


9 


95 


122 






ARIZONA 

General Contractors 

Build! ng 1/ 


204 


5,373 


188 


4,327 


197 


1,443 


1,502 


16 


1,046 


43 


3,825 


33 


2,891 


28 


1,128 


1,146 


10 


934 


29 


1,208 


23 


775 


21 


223 


255 


6 


433 


Highway - 


11 


2,368 


7 


1,867 


5 


807 


809 


4 


501 


Heavy Construction 


3 


249 


3 


249 


2 


98 


82 


— 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


161 


1.548 


155 


1.436 


169 


315 


356 


6 


112 


26 


59 


24 


57 


28 


9 


7 


1 


2 


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-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


27 


606 


25 


544 


24 


115 


141 


2 


62 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


1 


z 


X 


X 


z 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


55 


491 


53 


451 


56 


93 


103 


2 


40 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


_. 

















— 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


18 


244 


17 


208 


16 


49 


51 


1 


36 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


5 


X 


5 


z 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


26 


88 


25 


84 


27 


14 


11 


1 


4 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


4 


11 


4 


11 


5 


2 


3 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal gnuf 

Roofing 


15 


196 


15 


198 


19 


'59 


57 


— 


— 


4 


101 


4 


101 


6 


31 


27 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 


10 

1 


1 97 


10 

1 


97 


13 


28 


30 





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Masonry 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


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33 


113 


33 


113 


36 


25 


28 


— 


"- 


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— 


— 


— 


— 


— ' 


Tile and mantel 


3 


X 


2 


z 


X 


X 


X 


1 


X 


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2 


39 


2 


39 


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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










LE !.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMEn. PERSONNEL. AND 


PAY ROLL 


. 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work periormed. personnel. 


Establishments repoil- 


State and 


ing eitablishmentA | 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


NumbCT of 


Vahie o( 

work 
pertormed 


Number of 


Value oi 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value o( 


kind oi business 


establish- 
ments 


esUblish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietor? 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
foi 


RoU 2/ 


esUbUsh- 
menU 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add UOO) 




(add 000) 


ARICANSAS 

General Contracton 

Building 1/ 


326 


$5,059 


308 


♦4,750 


330 


2,301 


$1,292 


18 


J309 


62 


3,310 


56 


3,050 


59 


1,765 


856 


6 


250 


42 


1,059 


36 


889 


42 


281 


251 


4 


170 


Highway 


14 


1,898 


12 


1,808 


13 


1,297 


499 


2 


90 


Heavy Construction 


6 


353 


6 


353 


4 


187 


106 


— 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


264 


1,749 


252 


1,700 


271 


536 


436 


12 


49 


47 


128 


47 


128 


53 


39 


25 








Concreti ng 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 








Electrical 


38 


306 


35 


294 


38 


72 


58 


3 


12 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


— 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


109 


729 


103 


710 


108 


208 


169 


6 


19 


4 




4 














Heati ng and pipi ng 




73 




73 


8 


21 


19 


— 


— 


wi th sheet metal 


2 




2 














Heating, piping, plumbing 


31 


290 


28 


279 


£9 


88 


77 


3 


11 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















«ith sheet metal 


3 


147 


3 


147 


3 


24 


27 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


51 


205 


58 


197 


50 


70 


43 


3 


8 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


8 


14 


8 


14 


8 


5 


3 








Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


28 


239 


28 


239 


31 


83 


56 








11 


74 


11 


74 


11 


33 


19 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


13 


125 


13 


125 


16 


36 


35 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


14 


12 








Masonry 


1 


X 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


27 


61 


27 


51 


29 


20 


15 


— 


— 


Plasteri ng 


2 


X 


2 


X 


I 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


4 


I 


3 


X 


I 


X 


X 


1 


z 


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6 


132 


5 


120 


4 


44 


41 


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12 


CALIFORNIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


4,932 


138,291 


4,400 


126,450 


4.549 


32,366 


39,B86 


532 


11.841 


1,039 


83,485 


857 


77,794 


827 


21,316 


25,859 


172 


5,691 


819 


34,766 


667 


31,339 


670 


9,336 


9,876 


152 


3,427 


Highway 


104 


19.243 


91 


18,212 


70 


5,375 


6,357 


13 


1,031 


Heavy Construction 


116 


29,476 


109 


28,243 


87 


5,505 


9,626 


7 


1,233 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


3,893 


54,806 


3,533 


48,656 


3,822 


11,050 


14,027 


360 


6,150 


319 


1,832 


292 


1,427 


328 


325 


331 


27 


405 


Concreti ng 


106 


1,347 


102 


1,287 


114 


391 


422 


4 


60 


Electrical 


611 


10.263 


494 


8,634 


518 


1,661 


2,391 


117 


1,629 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


30 


2.496 


29 


2,361 


32 


414 


578 


1 


135 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


1,325 


16,575 


1.280 


15,279 


1.372 


3.165 


3.758 


45 


1,296 


60 


1,800 


54 


1,486 


56 


284 


394 


6 


314 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


84 


1,331 


77 


1,197 


90 


272 


318 


7 


134 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


195 


4,399 


191 


4,245 


187 


834 


1,189 


4 


154 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


57 


1,414 


57 


1,414 


60 


470 


368 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


871 


7,125 


845 


6.474 


906 


1,230 


1,401 


26 


651 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


58 


506 


56 


463 


73 


76 


88 


2 


43 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


443 


6,959 


403 


5,062 


432 


1,263 


1,528 


40 


897 


223 


5,238 


204 


4,744 


213 


988 


1.201 


19 


494 


Sheet Metal 


214 


1,527 


193 


1,224 


212 


243 


288 


21 


403 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


6 


94 


6 


94 


7 


32 


39 


— 


— 


Masonry 


60 


825 


36 


473 


40 


127 


177 


24 


352 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


570 


4,589 


508 


4,095 


580 


1.308 


1.719 


62 


494 


Plasteri ng 


107 


1,487 


102 


1,345 


lao 


404 


489 


5 


142 


Ti le and mantel 


147 


2,417 


127 


2,271 


140 


538 


599 


20 


146 


Other 


175 


6,016 


160 


5,422 


145 


1,453 


2,035 


15 


594 



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BUSINESS 














TABLE ).- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 


, 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for all report' 


Establishments reporting work perl 


ormed, personnel, ] 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 


and pay roll 






ing work performed only 










Em- 










Number of 


Value of 
work 


Number of ^'''".°' 


Active pro- 


ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 


otablish- 


work 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 


RoU 2/ 


esublish- 


work 




ments 


performed 


menU 


performed 


for 


ments 


performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


( add UOO ) 




(add 000) 


COLORADO 


564 


$13,713 


503 


$9,382 


512 


2,763 


$3,059 


61 


$4,331 


General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


66 


9,386 


45 


5,523 


48 


1,826 


1,946 


21 


3,863 


38 


1,919 


24 


1,096 


30 


320 


351 


14 


823 


Highway 


15 


3,66Q 


9 


2,903 


6 


853 


893 


6 


757 


Heavy Construction 


13 


3,807 


12 


1,524 


12 


653 


702 


1 


2,283 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


498 


4.327 


458 


3,859 


464 


937 


1,113 


40 


468 


44 


107 


44 


107 


45 


20 


14 


— 


— 


Concreting 


5 


32 


5 


32 


5 


12 


11 


— 


— 


Electrical 


72 


688 


62 


622 


57 


177 


262 


10 


66 


Excavati ng and/oi 




















foundation 


X 


X 


1 


I 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


239 


2,416 


226 


2,211 


229 


481 


547 


13 


205 


14 


120 


12 


92 


11 


21 


32 


2 


28 


Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


36 


300 


36 


300 


34 


67 


76 


— 


— 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 


96 


1,339 


92 


1,198 


93 


256 


302 


4 


141 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


8 


277 


7 


275 


7 


51 


69 


1 


2 


Plumbing 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


83 
2 


1 380 


77 
2 


I 346 


84 


86 


68 


6 


} « 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooling 


44 


383 


43 


349 


47 


85 


78 


1 


34 


9 


206 


8 


172 


7 


45 


40 


1 


34 


Sheet Metal 


33 


\ 177 


33 


1 








__ 


__ 


Roo'i ng and sheet metal 


2 


2 


\ 177 


40 


40 


38 


~ 


— 


Mascniy 


6 


3C 


1 


X 


X 


X 


— 


5 


X 


Pal nti ng, paper ha ngi ng 




















and decorating 


68 299 


62 


274 


68 


93 


98 


6 


25 


Plastering 


4 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


I 


1 


z 


Till' and mantel 


6 


133 


4 


110 


3 


30 


31 


2 


23 




9 


156 


7 


135 


3 


29 


62 


2 


31 


CONNECTICUT 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,682 


$32,245 


1,570 


$29,990 


1,480 


8,833 


$10,463 


112 


$2,255 


297 


19.209 


270 


17.954 


208 


5,782 


6.767 


27 


1,255 


227 


7,295 


207 


6,876 


183 


2,010 


2,373 


20 


419 


Highway 


57 


10,555 


52 


9,838 


15 


3,294 


3,807 


5 


717 


Heavy Construction 


13 


1,359 


11 


1,240 


10 


478 


587 


2 


119 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


1.385 


13,036 


1,300 


12,036 


1,272 


3,051 


3,696 


85 


1,000 


141 


520 


134 


585 


146 


143 


121 


7 


35 


Concreting 


31 


199 


31 


199 


35 


106 


67 


— 


— 


Electrical 


160 


1,284 


135 


1,116 


130 


247 


322 


25 


168 


Excavati ng and/or 




















loundaiion 


19 


189 


19 


189 


20 


63 


69 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


563 


6.280 


551 


6.097 


541 


1,329 


1.743 


12 


183 


29 


807 


27 


772 


13 


181 


274 


2 


35 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


17 


214 


17 


214 


16 


52 


60 


_. 


._ 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


224 


2,388 


222 


2,375 


222 


519 


679 


2 


13 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


92 


1,777 


90 


1,707 


94 


394 


538 


2 


70 


Plumbi ng 


193 


1,025 


187 


960 


187 


167 


168 


6 


65 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


8 


69 


8 


69 


9 


16 


24 







Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


104 


1,464 


98 


1,364 


79 


384 


419 


6 


100 


53 


952 


50 


893 


35 


265 


273 


3 


59 


Sheet Metal 


32 


161 


29 


120 


29 


17 


23 


3 


41 


Rooli ng and sheet metal 


19 


351 


19 


351 


15 


101 


123 







Masonry 


48 


364 


41 


326 


44 


108 


95 


7 


38 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


268 


1,484 


246 


1,322 


247 


456 


525 


22 


162 


Plasteri ng 


9 


94 


9 


94 


11 


31 


42 






Tile and mantel 


13 


219 


9 


172 


6 


54 


68 


4 


47 


Other 


29 


339 


27 


572 


13 


130 


224 


2 


267 



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1935 










TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 


Number of 


Vahie of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Numt>er of 


Value of 


kind of bunness 


establish- 
ments 


work 
perfonned 


establish- 
ments 


work 
peiluiHieu 


prietors 
and finn 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoU y 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


DELAWARE 

Genera] Contractora 

Bui Iding 1/ 


229 


|4,597 


222 


$4,548 


201 


1,455 


$1,640 


7 


$49 


44 


2,189 


40 


2,147 


31 


732 


788 


4 


42 


37 


1,425 


34 


1,396 


28 


456 


536 


3 


29 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


4 
3 


[ 764 


4 
2 


I 751 


3 


276 


252 


1 


■^ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


185 


2.408 


182 


2,401 


170 


723 


852 


3 


7 


23 


198 


23 


198 


22 


40 


52 


— 


— 


Concreti ng 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 








Electrical 


27 


402 


25 


400 


21 


102 


127 


2 


2 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 








Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


63 


1.022 


63 


1.022 


56 


291 


340 








4 


60 


4 


60 


4 


16 


22 








Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi til street metal 


5 


281 


5 


281 


1 


108 


118 


— 





Heating, piping, plumbing 


24 


417 


24 


417 


22 


105 


136 








Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


5 


21 


5 


21 


4 


7 


2 








Plumbi ng 

Plumb! ng with sheet metal 


24 

1 


j 243 


24 

1 


I 243 


25 


55 


62 


— 


~ 


Roofing and tJieet metal group 

Roofi ng 


18 


174 


18 


174 


20 


45 


47 








4 


68 


4 


68 


5 


18 


19 








Sheet Metal 


5 


17 


5 


17 


5 


5 


4 








Roofing and sheet metal 


9 


89 


9 


89 


10 


22 


24 








Masonry 


3 


X 


2 


X 


X 


I 


X 


1 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


40 


350 


40 


350 


42 


138 


179 








Plastering 


4 


65 


4 


65 


5 


18 


24 








Tile and mantel 





























Other 


4 


48 


4 


48 


2 


14 


15 


" 


" 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


414 


28,127 


376 


25,787 


271 


6,459 


8,684 


38 


2,340 


111 


15.353 


101 


13,817 


65 


3,562 


4,254 


10 


1,536 


96 


9,619 


90 


9,480 


63 


2,380 


2,915 


6 


139 


Highway 


10 


5,734 


8 


4,337 


2 


1,182 


1,339 


2 


1,397 


Heavy Construction 


5 




3 










2 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


303 


12,774 


275 


11,970 


206 


2,897 


4,430 


28 


804 


23 


318 


18 


215 


15 


46 


85 


5 


lOS 


Concreti ng 


6 


972 


6 


972 


1 


282 


417 








Electrical 


41 


2,669 


38 


2,552 


32 


411 


912 


3 


117 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundaiion 


5 


274 


5 


274 





108 


116 








Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


105 


3,654 


100 


3,449 


75 


704 


1,095 


5 


205 


21 


1,074 


18 


889 


10 


156 


278 


3 


185 


Heating and piping 




















with sheet metal 


7 


91 


7 


91 


5 


31 


37 








Heating, piping, plumbing 


34 


1,645 


34 


1,645 


23 


325 


517 








Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


5 


104 


5 


104 


4 


31 


35 








Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


36 
2 


I 740 


34 
2 


} 720 


33 


161 


228 


2 


1 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


30 


704 


27 


670 


23 


225 


257 


3 


34 


4 


235 


4 


235 


1 


69 


82 








Sheet Metal 


18 


189 


16 


160 


17 


49 


57 


2 


29 


Roofing and sheet metal 


8 


280 


7 


275 


5 


107 


118 


1 


5 


Masonry 


12 


631 


6 


392 


5 


94 


183 


6 


239 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


36 


971 


36 


971 


33 


429 


501 








Plastering 


5 


77 


4 


75 


5 


32 


32 


1 


2 


Tile and mantel 


12 


711 


10 


673 


6 


187 


258 


2 


38 


Other 


28 


1,793 


25 


1,727 


11 


379 


574 


3 


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1935 










BUSINESS 


















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 


, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


•11 report- 1 


Establishments reporting work per 


ormed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing est«l>lishments { 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


ViJue of 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of busineu 


establish- 
ments 


work 
perfomied 


establish- 
ments 


work 
perfomied 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
lor 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add UOO) 




(add 000) 


FLORIDA 

General Contractor! 

Building 1/ 


943 


♦28,953 


874 


*26,905 


782 


8,886 


»8,517 


69 


(2,048 


231 


19.621 


206 


18.043 


135 


6.601 


5.705 


25 


1.678 


179 


9,007 


161 


8,375 


116 


2,742 


2,815 


18 


632 


Highway " 


24 


5,092 


19 


4,558 


9 


2,324 


1,208 


5 


534 


Heavy Construction 


28 


5,522 


26 


5,110 


10 


1,535 


1,682 


2 


412 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


712 


9.332 


668 


8.862 


647 


2.285 


2.812 


44 


470 


77 


434 


76 


426 


77 


98 


111 


1 


8 


Concreti ng 


4 


z 


4 


I 


X 


z 


X 






Electrical 


168 


1,890 


146 


1,695 


134 


388 


509 


22 


195 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


— 














__ 











Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


261 


3,414 


253 


3.258 


252 


791 


950 


8 


156 


3 




3 















Heati ng and pipi ng 




370 




370 


13 


72 


107 




— 


wi th sheet metal 


10 




10 















Heating, piping, plumbing 


61 


1,583 


56 


1,473 


53 


347 


472 


5 


110 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


4 


25 


4 


25 


4 


6 


7 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


173 


1,355 


170 


1,309 


171 


346 


346 


3 


46 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


10 


81 


10 


81 


11 


20 


18 








Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


92 


1,570 


90 


1,567 


96 


439 


451 


2 


3 


20 


167 


19 


166 


23 


50 


38 


1 


1 


Sheet Metal 


23 


133 


23 


133 


85 


47 


36 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal 


49 


1,270 


48 


1,268 


48 


342 


377 


1 


2 


Masonry 


3 


z 


2 


X 


X 


z 


z 


1 


z 


Painting, paperhaiigi ng 




















and decorating 


53 


333 


47 


291 


47 


100 


116 


6 


42 


Plastering 


11 


231 


11 


231 


8 


83 


110 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


28 


938 


25 


901 


20 


240 


321 


3 


37 


Other 


15 


480 


14 


468 


6 


139 


238 


1 


12 


GEORGIA 

Genera] Contractors 

Building 1/ 


896 


24,774 


858 


21,960 


828 


7,681 


6,578 


38 


2,814 


199 


16,700 


180 


14,488 


162 


5,283 


4,083 


19 


2,212 


160 


6,409 


151 


5,806 


144 


1,91S 


1,581 


9 


603 


Highway 


30 


8,317 


21 


6,765 


14 


2,731 


1,818 


9 


1,552 


Heavy Construction 


9 


1,974 


8 


1,917 


4 


637 


684 


1 


57 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


697 


8,074 


678 


7.472 


666 


2.398 


2.495 


19 


602 


115 


353 


115- 


3S3 


117 


151 


86 






Concreti ng 


5 


172 


5 


172 


1 


131 


67 


— 


— 


Electrical 


115 


1,499 


110 


1,417 


110 


412 


572 


5 


82 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


221 


2.735 


211 


2,564 


211 


686 


712 


10 


171 


9 


277 


7 


247 


3 


72 


78 


2 


30 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


8 


330 


8 


330 


5 


69 


104 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


57 


1,331 


54 


1,235 


59 


305 


330 


3 


96 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


5 


41 


5 


41 


6 


16 


12 


— 


— ■ 


Plumbing 


136 


686 


131 


641 


132 


201 


173 


5 


45 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


6 


70 


6 


70 


6 


23 


15 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


61 


1.204 


60 


1.178 


52 


358 


308 


1 


26 


16 


334 


16 


334 


11 


120 


91 


— 


~ 


Sheet Metal 


23 


130 


22 


104 


24 


45 


31 


1 


26 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


22 


740 


22 


740 


17 


193 


186 


— 


— 


Masonry 


14 


45 


14 


45 


14 


14 


9 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


126 


581 


126 


581 


136 


221 


227 


— 


— 


Plastering 


6 


315 


6 


315 


4 


139 


146 


— 


— 


Ti Ic and mantel 


15 


621 


12 


298 


10 


79 


106 


3 


323 


Other 


19 


549 


19 


549 


11 


207 


262 







1/ Include* Operative ButUera. 2/ Indudm 
•parstiona. 



(or proprictera aiul fim 



of unincorporated buai 



avoid diacloaure ol i>^dividu•) 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 

BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



Eatablishments reporting work performed, personnel, 
and pay roll ^____ 



State and 
kind of business 



Total for all report- 
ing establishments 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Vahie of 

work 
performed 
(add 000} 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

work 
performed 
(add 000) 



Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 



Elm- 
pi oyees 
( Average 



Pay 
RoU 2/ 



Establishments report- 
ing work performed o 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



IDAHO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heali ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 
with sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbing WI th sheet metal 
Roofing and shee*. metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorat I ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



ILLINOIS 



General Contractore 

Buildi.ig 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbing 

Heating, piping, plumbing 
with sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbing with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo fi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



$8,691 



$8,e08 



919 
6,812 



688 
6,450 



416 
148 



3,245 



130,470 



1,256 



139 

412 



162 
258 



29,319 
19,008 
30,789 

51,354 



3,557 



1,632 

680 

6,987 

651 
21,486 



1,713 
6,183 

1,735 

3,460 

30 

6,368 



3,717 

1,489 

1,162 

974 

4,497 

1,264 

762 

6,053 



351 
120 



3.020 



136 
398 



149 
239 



67,772 



$3,072 [ 



2,599 



2,825 I 



130 
2,469 



191 
2,632 



3,395 



25,740 
17,330 
24,702 



1,582 

674 

6,680 

642 
19.944 



1,697 
5,849 

1,735 

3,350 

30 

i.672 



3,416 

1,101 

1,155 

690 

4,128 

1,264 

699 

5,427 



154 

412 



131 
257 



41,341 



19.720 



24,236 



6,911 
5,858 
6,951 

11 , 787 



8,955 
5,576 
9,705 



381 

241 

1,523 

154 
4,503 



409 
1,283 

428 

794 

6 

1.399 



9(55" 
240 
250 
196 

1,363 
465 
217 

1,345 



492 

277 

2,542 

247 

6,085 



2,305 

503 
1.707 

585 

978 

7 

1,852 



i;i55 

268 
429 
298 

2,202 
732 
285 

2,093 



1/ Include. Operilivc Builda 



2/ Includes no compen.elion tor proprielo 



irefed buiineuce. 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 


Estab 


ishments reporting work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


Suie and 


ing establishments 






and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establUh- 
ments 


work 
penormcd 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


Roll y 


estabUsh- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


INDIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


8,380 


J31,773 


2,197 


$27,860 


2,291 


7,612 


*7,949 


123 


#3,913 


305 


18.864 


259 


16.289 


248 


4.912 


4.823 


46 


2.575 


205 


7,589 


179 


6,867 


188 


1,964 


2,190 


26 


722 


Highway - 


78 


9,258 


60 


7,719 


46 


2,462 


2,177 


13 


1,539 


Heavy Constfuction 


22 


2,017 


20 


1,703 


14 


486 


456 


2 


314 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


2,015 


12.909 


1,938 


11,571 


2.043 


2.700 


3,126 


77 


1.338 


383 


842 


377 


819 


397 


161 


137 


6 


23 


Concreti ng 


42 


235 


42 


235 


48 


88 


61 


— 


— 


Electrical 


187 


1,490 


171 


1,093 


168 


260 


298 


16 


397 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


7 


24 


7 


24 


7 


11 


9 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


607 


5,360 


580 


4,930 


609 


1,156 


1,263 


27 


430 


54 


536 


44 


377 


39 


88 


111 


10 


159 


Hsati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


81 


777 


78 


754 


81 


188 


197 


3 


23 


Heating, piping, plumtiing 


240 


2,900 


230 


2,682 


244 


613 


706 


10 


218 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


28 


282 


23 


282 


29 


84 


85 


— 


-- 


Plumbing 


185 


815 


181 


785 


197 


187 


159 


4 


30 


Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 


19 


50 


19 


50 


19 


6 


5 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooli ng 


155 


1.507 


150 


1,360 


167 


315 


376 


5 


147 


30 


434 


30 


434 


31 


97 


111 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


95 


459 


91 


419 


105 


104 


118 


4 


40 


Roofing and sheet metal 


30 


614 


29 


507 


30 


114 


147 


1 


107 


Masonry 


24 


118 


17 


54 


24 


11 


11 


7 


64 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


545 


1,185 


533 


1,122 


576 


228 


268 


12 


63 


Plasteri ng 


30 


81 


30 


81 


32 


20 


27 





— 


Ti le and mantel 


10 


307 


8 


153 


5 


47 


54 


2 


154 


Other 


25 


1,760 


23 


1,700 


10 


393 


622 


2 


60 


IOWA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


1,916 


28,993 


1,701 


24,219 


1,817 


6,616 


6,455 


215 


4,774 


321 


19,910 


210 


15,243 


219 


4,761 


4,587 


Ul 


3,667 


198 


5,966 


133 


4,493 


151 


1,228 


1,323 


65 


1,473 


Highway 


102 


8,900 


63 


7,245 


57 


2,341 


2,027 


39 


1,655 


Heavy Construction 


21 


5,044 


14 


4,505 


11 


1,192 


1,237 


7 


539 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


1,595 


9,083 


1,491 


7,976 


1,598 


1,855 


1,868 


104 


1,107 


221 


574 


201 


547 


224 


137 


115 


20 


27 


Concreti ng 


25 


92 


21 


72 


24 


21 


15 


4 


20 


Electrical 


182 


1,314 


168 


1,073 


174 


214 


239 


14 


241 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


6 


91 


4 


58 


3 


33 


23 


2 


33 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


626 


4,837 


571 


4,256 


606 


946 


952 


55 


581 


21 


381 


19 


363 


17 


59 


65 


2 


18 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


67 


544 


61 


466 


73 


100 


94 


6 


78 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


205 


1,964 


189 


1,738 


195 


419 


459 


17 


226 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


29 


782 


29 


782 


31 


181 


180 


— 


-- 


Plumbing 


285 


1,130 


255 


871 


272 


182 


151 


30 


259 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


18 


36 


18 


36 


18 


5 


3 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rood ng 


80 


846 


76 


667 


77 


164 


159 


4 


179 


38 


579 


36 


468 


35 


119 


116 


2 


111 


Sheet Metal 


38 


206 


37 


183 


39 


39 


40 


1 


23 


Roofing and sheet metal 


4 


61 


3 


16 


3 


6 


3 


1 


45 


Masonry 


41 


108 


40 


102 


44 


24 


20 


1 


6 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


353 


708 


352 


705 


390 


178 


169 


1 


3 


Plasteri ng 


20 


51 


20 


51 


21 


20 


15 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


9 


132 


8 


119 


7 


34 


37 


1 


13 


Other 


32 


330 


30 


326 


28 


84 


124 


2 


4 



2/ Ind 



compcMslton for proprie 



lid dUcIorarc of individuAl 



















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CONSTRUCTION 


INDUSTRY: 1935 








BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 










Total lor 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


Sute and 


ing establishments | 




and pay roll 




ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 

work 
pertomied 


Number of 


Value oi 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


esUblish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
lor 


RoU 2/ 


esublish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


KANSAS 

General Contracton 

Building 1/ 


1,054 


$12,314 


991 


10,381 


1,066 


3,248 


|2,706 


63 


|1,933 


140 


7,872 


110 


6,216 


114 


2,338 


1,856 


30 


1,656 


94 


2,656 


78 


2,211 


88 


741 


640 


16 


445 


Highwaj) 


41 


4,637 


28 


3,501 


23 


1,369 


970 


13 


1,136 


Heavy Construction 


5 


579 


4 


504 


3 


228 


246 


1 


75 


Special T/ade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


914 


4,442 


881 


4,165 


952 


910 


850 


33 


277 


202 


444 


201 


442 


209 


78 


59 


1 


2 


Concreti ng 


15 


221 


14 


213 


19 


50 


45 


1 


8 


Electrical 


113 


705 


102 


588 


108 


124 


113 


11 


117 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


1 


I 


X 


X 


X 








Heating and plumbing group 

HeatI ng and ?lpl ng 


286 


1,864 


276 


1.799 


312 


420 


393 


10 


65 


5 


47 


5 


47 


5 


8 


8 








Heati ng and pipl ng 




















wl th sheet metal 


26 


242 


26 


242 


31 


70 


65 





_. 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


79 


782 


74 


753 


81 


173 


179 


5 


29 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumb! ng 




















«i th sheet metal 


18 


174 


18 


174 


22 


48 


43 





_. 


Plumb! ng 


138 


583 


133 


547 


150 


114 


94 


5 


36 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


20 


36 


20 


36 


23 


7 


4 






Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooting 


64 


536 


61 


489 


65 


118 


114 


3 


47 


20 


233 


18 


229 


15 


59 


57 


2 


4 


Sheet Metal 


39 


244 


38 


201 


45 


41 


38 


1 


43 


Roodng and sheet metal 


5 


59 


5 


59 


5 


18 


19 








Masonry 


7 


X 


6 




X 


X 




1 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


196 


343 


191 


315 


205 


53 


39 


4 


28 


Plaster! ng 


13 


23 


13 


23 


13 


5 


2 








Tile and mantel 


g 


51 


5 


51 


4 


12 


13 








Other 


13 


241 


11 


234 


7 


45 


69 


2 


7 


KENTUCKY 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,427 


16,953 


1,392 


15,391 


1,480 


5,367 


4,443 


35 


1,562 


169 


11,019 


152 


9,716 


165 


3,838 


2,947 


17 


1,303 


126 


4,956 


117 


4,532 


121 


1,534 


1,424 


9 


424 


Highway 


37 


5,329 


30 


4,478 


42 


1,993 


1,247 


7 


851 


Heavy Construction 


6 


734 


5 


706 


2 


311 


276 


1 


28 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


1,258 


5,934 


1,240 


5,675 


1,315 


1,529 


1,496 


18 


259 


245 


460 


243 


457 


245 


102 


67 


2 


3 


Concreti ng 


32 


190 


32 


190 


34 


70 


51 


— 


— 


Electrical 


98 


815 


92 


743 


88 


197 


234 


6 


72 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


4 


18 


4 


18 


5 


10 


8 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pip! ng 


346 


2,178 


344 


2,152 


370 


571 


535 


2 


26 


24 


280 


23 


279 


21 


59 


70 


1 


1 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


14 


211 


14 


211 


14 


56 


68 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


65 


635 


65 


635 


75 


174 


171 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


10 


120 


10 


120 


9 


46 


33 


— 


— 


Plumb! ng 


226 


918 


225 


893 


243 


231 


190 


1 


25 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


7 


14 


7 


14 


8 


5 


3 








Rooting and sheet metal group 

Roof! ng 


87 


685 


84 


632 


91 


195 


176 


3 


53 


33 


258 


31 


236 


32 


65 


58 


2 


22 


Sheet Metal 


27 


124 


27 


124 


28 


43 


38 


— 


— 


Roof! ng and sheet metal 


27 


303 


26 


272 


31 


87 


80 


1 


31 


Masonry 


42 


135 


39 


107 


42 


28 


34 


3 


28 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


354 


864 


354 


864 


392 


200 


180 


— 





Plastering 


27 


48 


27 


48 


29 


9 


6 


— 





Tile and mantel 


6 


145 


5 


112 


7 


37 


50 


1 


33 


Other 


17 


396 


16 


352 


12 


110 


155 


1 


44 



1/ Include* Operative Buildert. 2/ Includes no compcnution toi 



unincorporated buain 



of individu«l 



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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PKRFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 


, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


all report- 


Establishments reporting work per 


ormed, personnel, j 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 


and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value ol 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 

work 
performed 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


(Average 
for 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
ments 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


LOUISIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


537 


»17,086 


503 


}15,696 


478 


4,724 


$4,320 


34 


1,390 


99 


12,154 


86 


11 ,082 


76 


3,503 


3,056 


13 


1,072 


61 


2,250 


53 


2,086 


56 


642 


554 


8 


164 


Higliway 


17 


2,369 


15 


1,970 


14 


889 


440 


2 


399 


Heavy Construction 


21 


7,535 


18 


7,026 


6 


1,972 


2,062 


3 


509 


Special Trade Contractor:- 

Car penteci ng 


438 


4,932 


417 


4,614 


402 


1,221 


1,264 


21 


318 


22 


114 


19 


108 


19 


42 


31 


3 


6 


Concieting 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Electrical 


95 


1,262 


89 


1,146 


81 


187 


272 


6 


116 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


3 


z 


1 


X 


I 


X 


X 


2 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heal 1 ng and pi pi ng 


171 


1,957 


168 


1,952 


171 


507 


513 


3 


5 


9 


179 


9 


179 


8 


43 


34 


— 


— 


Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 




















wi til sheet metal 


4 


436 


4 


436 


— 


111 


118 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


31 


788 


31 


788 


£6 


195 


231 


— 


-- 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumb! ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


3 


9 


3 


9 


3 


3 


1 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


114 


496 


111 


491 


120 


141 


121 


3 


5 


Plumtji ng with sheet metal 


10 


49 


10 


49 


14 


14 


8 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo fi ng 


77 


587 


77 


587 


80 


185 


161 


— 


— 


S 


255 


e 


255" 


9 


76 


69 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


56 


174 


56 


174 


59 


66 


51 


— 


— 


Rouli n£ and sV.eet metal 


13 


158 


13 


158 


12 


41 


41 


— 


— 


M^so.nr y 


2 


^ 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


1 


X 


Pai nti ng, paperhangi ng 
and decorati ng 


37 


230 


34 


195 


34 


102 


79 


3 


35 


Plaster i ng 


3 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


8 


182 


6 


128 


3 


27 


34 


2 


54 


Other 


19 


518 


18 


474 


8 


161 


166 


1 


44 


MAINE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


668 


6,424 


638 


6,029 


630 


1,898 


2,014 


30 


395 


115 


2,489 


106 


C,281 


95 


897 


907 


9 


208 


82 


1,669 


76 


1,559 


■ 72 


555 


559 


6 


110 


Highway 


24 


605 


22 


519 


16 


267 


283 


2 


86 


Heavy Construction 


9 


£15 


8 


203 


7 


75 


65 


1 


12 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


553 


3,935 


532 


3,748 


535 


1,001 


1,107 


21 


187 


112 


452 


110 


445 


112 


116 


105 


2 


7 


Concreting 


5 


35 


5 


35 


5 


16 


12 


— 


— 


Electrical 


81 


432 


77 


380 


70 


102 


96 


4 


52 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


5 


X 


5 


z 


I 


X 


X 




— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and p i p i ng 


172 


1,674 


162 


1,580 


163 


344 


412 


10 


94 


11 


240 


11 


240 


8 


48 


59 


— 


— 


Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


3 


51 


3 


51 


1 


19 


23 


— 


— 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


70 


752 


66 


718 


73 


153 


191 


4 


34 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















With sheet metal 


32 


313 


32 


313 


31 


73 


88 


— 


— 


PI umbi ng 


50 


£96 


44 


236 


44 


46 


47 


6 


60 


Plumbi ng With sheet metal 


6 


22 


6 


22 


6 


5 


4 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooting 


36 


402 


35 


394 


40 


107 


119 


1 


8 


12 


69 


12 


69 


13 


26 


22 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


14 


52 


13 


44 


13 


6 


5 


1 


8 


Rooli ng and sheet metal 


10 


281 


10 


281 


14 


75 


92 


— 


— 


Masonry 


23 


190 


20 


169 


24 


53 


59 


3 


21 


Pai nt 1 ng, paperhangi ng 
and decorati ng 


106 


502 


105 


497 


107 


195 


213 


1 


5 


Plasteri ng 


6 


25 


6 


25 


5 


8 


9 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Other 


6 


179 


6 


179 


3 


40 


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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 


1935 










TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total loi 


all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel. 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 






and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


(Average 
for 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


MARYLAND 



General Contracioi:. 

Building 1/ 


1,166 


$22,680 


1,080 


$19,831 


1,075 


5,776 


#8,137 


86 


«2,849 


165 


13,077 


131 


11,340 


101 


3,757 


3,940 


34 


1,737 


127 


7,824 


103 


6,879 


83 


2,194 


2,404 


24 


945 


Highway 


18 


2,808 


12 


2,247 


7 


778 


728 


6 


561 


Heavy Construction 


20 


2,445 


16 


2,214 


11 


785 


808 


4 


231 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenten ng 


1,001 


9,603 


949 


8,491 


974 


2,019 


2,197 


52 


1,112 


103 


332 


98 


317 


99 


97 


63 


5 


15 


Concreting 


15 


298 


15 


298 


16 


91 


82 


— 


.. 


Electrical 


91 


1,231 


79 


1,040 


76 


208 


288 


12 


191 


ExcavatI ng and/or 




















foundation 


5 


20 


4 


18 


4 


18 


13 


1 


2 


Heating and plumbing group 

HeatI ng and pipi ng 


399 


4,951 


387 


4,769 


398 


1,031 


1,170 


12 


182 


29 


1,014 


27 


949 


15 


170 


241 


2 


65 


Heating and piping 




















with sheet metal 


15 


134 


14 


78 


15 


20 


24 


1 


56 


HeatI ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


165 


2,494 


162 


2,460 


172 


536 


593 


3 


34 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


33 


622 


33 


622 


35 


169 


191 


„ 




Plumbing 


146 


635 


139 


608 


147 


122 


111 


6 


27 


Plumbn,; wi th sheet metal 


12 


52 


12 


52 


12 


14 


10 


.- 




Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


65 


1,136 


61 


715 


64 


225 


199 


4 


421 


23 


435 


21 


252 


18 


92 


75 


2 


183 


Sheet Metal 


21 


135 


20 


101 


24 


19 


13 


1 


34 


Roofing and sheet metal 


21 


566 


20 


362 


22 


114 


111 


1 


204 


Masonry 


16 


129 


10 


54 


13 


17 


13 


6 


75 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


261 


626 


258 


592 


272 


135 


117 


3 


34 


Plastering 


13 


78 


13 


78 


12 


32 


39 






Tile and mantel 


7 


134 


6 


130 


4 


45 


65 


1 


4 


Other 


26 


668 


18 


480 


18 


120 


158 


8 


188 


MASSACHUSETTS 

General Contractora 

Building 1/ 


3,393 


60,774 


3,161 


54,122 


2,991 


13,904 


18,445 


232 


6,652 


441 


26,654 381 


23,285 


275 


6,443 


8,413 


60 


3,369 


363 


16,678 


317 


15,352 


241 


4,250 


5,764 


46 


1,326 


Highway 


52 


4,379 


41 


2,519 


28 


814 


963 


11 


1,860 


Heavy Construction 


26 


5,597 


23 


5.414 


6 


1,379 


1,686 


3 


183 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenterl ng 


2,952 


34,120 


2,780 


30,837 


2,716 


7,461 


10,032 


172 


3,283 


444 


2,167 


438 


2,062 


454 


530 


548 


6 


105' 


Concreting 


31 


173 


30 


169 


29 


59 


59 


1 


4 


Electrical 


382 


4,948 


331 


4,465 


308 


926 


1,375 


61 


483 


ExcavatI ng and/or 




















foundation 


30 


423 


30 


423 


26 


265 


193 


-- 


._ 


Heating and plumbing group 

HeatI ng and pi pi ng 


1,054 


14,585 


1,009 


13,488 


969 


2,728 


3,786 


45 


1,097 


106 


3,296 


95 


2,788 


76 


468 


744 


11 


508 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


24 


713 


22 


618 


21 


148 


239 


2 


95 


Healing, piping, plumbing 


460 


5,927 


448 


5,736 


426 


1,205 


1,571 


12 


191 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


97 


1,701 


96 


1,692 


93 


424 


579 


1 


9 


PI umbi ng 


354 


2,769 


336 


2,485 


339 


454 


601 


18 


284 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


13 


179 


12 


169 


14 


29 


52 


1 


10 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


247 


3,992 


227 


3,301 


228 


893 


1,108 


20 


691 


96 


1,949 


86 


1,805 


82 


478 


583 


10 


144 


Sheet Metal 


90 


923 


84 


533 


89 


139 


168 


6 


390 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


61 


1,120 


57 


963 


57 


276 


357 


4 


157 


Masonry 


94 


482 


84 


325 


86 


99 


93 


10 


157 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


522 


3,333 


502 


3,042 


520 


996 


1,337 


20 


291 


Plastering 


49 


813 


48 


812 


41 


254 


379 


1 


1 


Tile and mantel 


20 


497 


15 


406 


12 


88 


161 


5 


91 


Other 


79 


2,707 


66 


2,344 


43 


623 


992 


13 


363 



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CENSUS OF 
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TAB 




CONSTRUCTION 


INDUSTRY: 1935 










LE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 

work 
peHornied 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


Roll y 


estabUsh- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add UOO) 




(add 000) 


MICHIGAN 
General Contractors 

Bui Iding 1/ 


£,£94 


$58,9£6 


2,105 


t5£,331 


2,115 


14,436 


$18,584 


189 


$6,595 


311 


32,045 


£70 


27,656 


£10 


8,129 


10,250 


41 


4,389 


£28 


18,858 


199 


16,391 


157 


4,218 


6,087 


29 


2,467 


Highway ~ 


51 


7,847 


39 


5,925 


32 


2,356 


2,017 


12 


1,922 


Heavy Construction 


32 


5,340 


3£ 


5,340 


21 


1,555 


2,146 


— 


— 


Special Trade Contraclv^rs 

Carpenteii ng 


1.983 


26.881 


1,835 


£4,675 


1,905 


6.307 


8,334 


148 


2,206 


154 


955 


149 


908 


154 


268 


270 


5 


47 


Concteti ng 


24 


280 23 


258 


24 


91 


99 


1 


22 


Electrical 


305 


6,431 £57 


6.020 


£50 


1,938 


2,573 


48 


411 


Excauating and/or 


















foundation 


11 


208 10 


177 


9 


47 


73 


1 


31 


Heating and plumbing grcup 
Heating and piping 


813 


11,527 774 


10.929 


819 


2.299 


3.172 


39 


598 


87 


£,6£6 


83 


2,430 


74 


526 


781 


4 


196 


Heati ng and pipl ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


78 


1,453 


74 


1,400 


75 


345 


486 


4 


53 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


342 


4,434 


3£9 


4,250 


363 


85 £ 


1,110 


13 


184 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


49 


1,593 


48 


1,567 


46 


320 


525 


1 


6 


PI umbi ng 


245 


1,40E 


£28 


1,243 


£48 


251 


267 


17 


159 


Plumbi ng vi th sheet metal 


12 


19 


12 


19 


13 


5 


3 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


228 


£,934 


209 


2,511 


£15 


566 


693 


19 


423 


50 


711 


45 


637 


47 


140 


161 


5 


74 


Sheet Metal 


104 


563 


98 


5£7 


107 


109 


1S2 


5 


36 


Roiifi ng and sheet metal 


74 


1,660 


66 


1,347 


61 


317 


410 


8 


313 


t^asonry 


29 


187 


£6 


170 


29 


56 


55 


3 


17 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


289 


1,562 


275 


1,400 


303 


503 


581 


14 


162 


Plastering 


23 


104 


£3 


104 


25 


34 


37 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


£8 


276 


22 


£46 


25 


58 


65 


5 


30 


Other 


79 


£,417 


67 


1,95£ 


52 


447 


715 


12 


465 


MINNESOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,083 


47,660 


1,951 


45,119 


2,101 


16,372 


13,719 


132 


2,541 


451 


32,316 


407 


30,75£ 


433 


12,783 


9,841 


44 


1,564 


270 


12,140 


248 


11,650 


274 


6,754 


3,594 


22 


490 


Highway 


150 


11,441 


130 


10,463 


149 


3,575 


3,330 


20 


976 


Heavy Construction 


31 


8,735 


29 


8,639 


10 


2,454 


£,917 


2 


96 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


1.63E 


15.344 


1,544 


14,367 


1,668 


3,589 


3,878 


88 


977 


308 


1,072 


306 


1,059 


352 


248 


208 


£ 


13 


Concreti ng 


54 


340 


52 


321 


57 


98 


97 


£ 


19 


Electrical 


209 


2,009 


174 


1,709 


181 


350 


428 


35 


300 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


12 


676 


IE 


676 


13 


220 


250 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 
Heati ng and pipi ng 


524 


6,595 


493 


6,149 


530 


1,541 


1,490 


26 


445 


47 


1,034 


45 


823 


42 


200 


240 


2 


211 


Heating and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


53 


844 


53 


844 


60 


212 


£30 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


277 


3,747 


255 


3,583 


264 


956 


853 


12 


164 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


28 


470 


£8 


470 


30 


96 


106 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


113 


460 


101 


389 


106 


71 


51 


12 


71 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


6 


40 


6 


40 


8 


6 


10 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 
Roofing 


99 


967 


95 


697 


102 


214 


256 


4 


70 


22 


£81 


21 


273 


19 


76 


85 


1 


8 


Sheet Metal 


55 


£63 


54 


£81 


64 


53 


57 


1 


2 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


22 


403 


£0 


343 


19 


85 


114 


2 


60 


Masonry 


17 


197 


15 


170 


20 


70 


70 


2 


27 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


342 


1,3£0 


330 


1,260 


365 


405 


457 


12 


60 


Plastering 


28 


127 


28 


127 


29 


39 


51 




— 


Ti le and mantel 


10 


251 


8 


238 


3 


86 


93 




13 


Other 


29 


1,790 


26 


1,761 


16 


3ie 


478 


3 


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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 


1935 










LE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORIVIED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all reporl- 


Eatablisfiments reporting work performed, personnel, 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing emiablisfimenta 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 












Em- 










Number of 


VaJue of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establitti- 
mentft 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(a^d 000) 




(add 000) 


MISSISSIPPI 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


364 


$2,836 


353 


♦2,645 


381 


1,112 


$730 


11 


$191 


59 


1,490 


59 


1,490 


66 


765 


452 






50 


708 


50 


708 


56 


277 


192 








Highway 


6 


718 


6 


718 


5 


464 


258 








Heavy Construction 


3 


64 


3 


64 


5 


24 


12 


~ 


- 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


305 


1,346 


294 


1,155 


315 


347 


268 


11 


191 


105 


208 


105 


208 


113 


61 


34 


— 


— 


Concreting 


4 


z 


4 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Electrical 


33 


223 


29 


113 


33 


29 


22 


4 


lie 


Excavati ng and/or 




















Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


75 


470 


73 


459 


80 


147 


lie 


2 


11 


-- 


-- 


.- 


— 


.- 


.. 





__ 





Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 
Heati ng, pipi ng. pi umbi ng 


23 


- 251 


2 

21 


j 240 


25 


73 


55 


2 


} '' 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi tn sheet metal 


3 


100 


3 


100 


4 


39 


40 








Plumbi ng 


43 


83 


43 


83 


46 


25 


15 








Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 


4 


36 


4 


35 


5 


10 


8 





... 


Roofing and itieet metal group 

Roodn? 


31 


236 


28 


183 


28 


68 


55 


3 


53 


4 


48 


4 


48 


4 


7 


10 








Sheet Mclal 


16 


50 


15 


44 


15 


21 


13 


1 


6 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


11 


138 


9 


91 


9 


40 


32 


2 


47 


Masonry 


9 


41 


9 


41 


9 


9 


7 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


43 


89 


41 


72 


44 


12 


7 


£ 


17 


Plasteri ng 


1 


z 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 





Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


1 


I 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Other 


" 


48 


3 


48 


2 


9 


14 






MISSOURI 

General Contractora 

Building 1/ 


2,412 


66,509 


2,267 


61,392 


2,184 


18,239 


19,501 


145 


5,117 


353 


44,400 


312 


41,277 


247 


13,183 


12,785 


41 


3,123 


240 


11,096 


215 


10,352 


181 


3,034 


3,561 


25 


744 


H ighway 


80 


14,502 


66 


12,582 


51 


5,442 


4,345 


14 


1,920 


Heavy Construction 


33 


18,802 


31 


18,343 


15 


4,707 


4,879 


2 


459 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


2,069 


22,109 


1,955 


20,115 


1,937 


5,055 


6,816 


104 


1,994 


219 


498 


214 


488 


223 


110 


51 


5 


lO 


Concreti ng 


35 


556 


32 


502 


28 


147 


185 


3 


54 


Electrical 


212 


2,991 


194 


2,859 


180 


674 


1,098 


18 


132 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


6 


110 


6 


110 


5 


55 


52 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heat i ng and pi pi ng 


754 


9,419 


740 


8,610 


740 


1,921 


2,492 


24 


809 


110 


2,767 


97 


2,115 


83 


446 


688 


15 


65S 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


88 


1.156 


86 


1,141 


90 


257 


328 


2 


15 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumtiing 


185 


3,064 


179 


2,937 


189 


618 


781 


6 


127 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


16 


58 


16 


58 


18 


15 


9 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


355 


2,342 


352 


2,327 


349 


578 


681 


3 


15 


Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 


10 


32 


10 


32 


11 


7 


5 


— 


— 


Roofing and theet metal group 

Roofi ng 


248 


2,604 


235 


2,249 


230 


594 


748 


13 


355 


100 


1,695 


95 


1,558 


81 


423 


566 


5 


138 


Sheet Metal 


138 


325 


131 


527 


140 


154 


169 


7 


198 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


10 


83 


9 


64 


9 


17 


13 


1 


19 


Masonry 


52 


787 


30 


543 


26 


171 


230 


22 


244 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


362 


1,861 


359 


1,814 


385 


508 


768 


3 


47 


Plaster i ng 


44 


532 


43 


524 


40 


172 


216 


1 


8 


Tile and mantel 


31 


499 


22 


379 


15 


122 


125 


9 


ISO 


Other 


86 


2,252 


80 


2,037 


64 


581 


811 


6 


215 



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CENSUS OF 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








BUSINESS 














TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 










Total lor 


all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing eatablishments 


and pay roll 


1 


ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie ol 


Number of 


Value ol 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployee* 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


esUblish- 
ments 


work 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
lor 


RoD 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add OOP) 




(add 000) 


y«r) 


add 000) 




(add 000) 


MONTANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


287 


$7,657 


249 


»6 ,578 


260 


2,001 


$2,006 


38 


»1,079 


70 


5.458 


56 


4.813 


58 


1^(521 


1.541 


14 


645 


43 


2,006 


36 


1,721 


38 


500 


537 


7 


285 


Highway 


22 


3,452 


18 


3,092 


20 


1,121 


1,004 


4 


360 


Heavy Construction 


5 




2 


1 








3 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


217 


2,199 


193 


1,765 


202 


380 


465 


24 


434 


18 


67 


18 


67 


19 


13 


15 


— 


— 


Concreti ng 


4 


47 


4 


47 


7 


11 


12 


— 


— 


Electrical 


40 


518 


32 


355 


29 


72 


88 


8 


163 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


. I 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


86 


932 


80 


800 


68 


175 


189 


6 


132 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 





— 


Heati ng and pipl ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


8 


115 


8 


115 


9 


21 


25 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


31 


319 


29 


282 


36 


64 


68 


2 


37 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















WI th sheet metal 


6 


X 


6 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


39 


313 


35 


218 


36 


53 


54 


4 


95 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


22 


317 


18 


208 


18 


40 


52 


4 


109 


— 


— 


— 




















Sheet Metal 


17 


210 


13 


101 


12 


18 


25 


4 


109 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


5 


107 


5 


107 


6 


22 


27 






Masonry 


1 


X 

















1 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


36 


151 


32 


130 


34 


33 


48 


4 


i'l 


Plastering 


3 


50 


3 


50 


3 


9 


14 






Tile and mantel 


1 


X 














1 


X 


Other 


3 


59 


3 


59 


2 


15 


26 






NEBRASKA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


972 


18,659 


912 


16,386 


960 


5,303 


4,91S 


60 


2,273 


14fi . 


13,770 


134 


11,833 


135 


4,205 


3,669 


14 


1,937 


98 


2,593 


90 


2,446 


99 


749 


765 


8 


147- 


Highway 


39 


6,375 


34 


5,185 


31 


2,179 


1,632 


5 


1,190 


Heavy Construction 


11 


4,802 


10 


4,202 


5 


1,277 


1,272 


1 


600 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


fi?,4 


4.889 


778 


4.553 


825 


1,098 


1,246 


46 


3S6 


186 


430 


184 


420 


201 


81 


62 


2 


10 


Concreti ng 


9 


46 


8 


39 


7 


11 


13 


1 


7 


Electrical 


89 


873 


75 


819 


76 


235 


363 


14 


54 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— - 


~ 


Heating and plumbing group 


301 


2.218 


291 


2,073 


303 


490 


473 


10 


145 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


16 


178 


16 


178 


14 


40 


44 


— 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


28 


375 


27 


364 


30 


102 


74 


1 


11 


Heati ng. pipi ng. plumbi nf; 


104 


1,024 


99 


924 


105 


231 


251 


5 


100 


Heating, piping, plumbinjj 




















with sheet metal 


12 


97 


12 


97 


13 


19 


15 


— 


-" 


Plumbing 


140 


1 544 


13e. 


1 510 


141 


98 


89 


4 


1 


Plumbing wi th sheet metal 


1 


.1 








■"- 


Roofing and sheet metal groiup 


27 


526 


z? 


526 


28 


109 


135 


— 


— 


Roofi ng 


10 


369 


3.0 


369 


7 


74 


100 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


13 


89 


13 


89 


16 


22 


18 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


4 


68 


4 


68 


5 


13 


17 


— 


— 


Masonry 


11 


48 


9 


19 


9 


5 


2 


2 


29 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


167 


407 


151 


327 


164 


81 


74 


16 


80 


Plastering 


16 


17 


16 


17 


17 


5 


3 


~ 


~ 


Tile and mantel 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


-- 


— 


Other 


13 


240 


12 


229 


12 


54 


99 


1 


11 



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Vol. 


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CENSUS OF 


CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMEE 


, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 


, 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for all report- 1 


Establishments report 


ing work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments | 




»nd pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


esublish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


add 000) 




(add 000) 


NEVADA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


61 


$2,106 


54 


$2,048 


53 


600 


5758 


7 


$58 


12 


1.515 


10 


1.498 


7 


501 


609 


2 


17 


7 


215 


5 


198 


7 


31 


42 


2 


17 


Highway 


3 


1,300 


3 


1,300 




470 


567 






Heavy Construction 


2 




£ 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


49 


591 


44 


550 


46 


99 


149 


5 


41 


9 


105 


9 


105 


12 


18 


27 


— 





Concreti ng 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 





Electrical 


10 


65 


7 


44 


6 


9 


12 


3 


21 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


16 


262 


15 


246 


15 


35 


59 


1 


16 


1 


z 


1 


X 


X 


z 


X 


— 


— 


Heati ng and piping 




















wi th stieet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


7 


148 


6 


132 


4 


17 


29 


1 


16 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


2 


X 


2 


X 


I 


X 


X 


— 





Plumbing 


5 


12 


5 


12 


6 


1 


— 


— 


— 


Plumbinp with sheet metal 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofing 


7 


61 


6 


57 


6 


12 


16 


1 


4 


1 




1 










— 




Sheet (»letal 


5 


61 


5 


57 


6 


12 


16 


1 


4 


floofi ng and sheet metal 


1 




— 










— 




Masonry 


1 


X 


1 


X 


— 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanjing 




















and decorati ng 


4 


10 


4 


10 


5 


3 


2 


— 


— 


Plastering 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 





— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Other 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 






NEW HAMPSHIRF, 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


443 


5,691 


428 


5,439 


462 


1,459 


1,672 


15 


252 


67 


3,067 


60 


2.856 


58 


888 


1,057 


7 


211 


58 


2,048 


53 


1,985 


54 


633 


706 


5 


63 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


8 

1 


1,019 


6 

1 


871 


4 


255 


351 


2 


1 148 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


376 


2,624 


368 


2.583 


404 


571 


615 


8 


41 


56 


160 


55 


157 


59 


34 


30 


1 


3 


Concreti ng 


3 


32 


3 


32 


4 


13 


12 


— 


— 


Electrical 


59 


451 


58 


449 


59 


62 


74 


1 


2 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


2 


X 


2 


z 


z 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


151 


1.290 


145 


1,254 


165 


250 


289 


6 


36 


4 


94 


4 


94 


4 


17 


23 


— 


— 


Heat i ng and pi pi ng 




















with sheet metal 


5 


27 


5 


27 


6 


3 


4 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


71 


624 


68 


602 


81 


124 


132 


3 


22 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


15 


288 


15 


288 


15 


63 


87 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


55 


1 257 


52 


243 


59 


43 


43 


3 


14 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


1 


1 








~* 




Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


21 


375 


21 


375 


22 


106 


119 


— 


— 


6 


216 


6 


216 


5 


55 


67 


~ 


— 


Sheet Metal 


9 


110 


9 


110 


9 


33 


37 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


6 


49 


6 


49 


8 


18 


15 


— 


— 


Masonry 


3 


16 


3 


16 


3 


5 


5 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


73 


1 281 


73 


281 


84 


96 


82 


— 





Plaster 1 ng 


2 


2 










— 




Ti le and mantel 


1 


X 


1 


z 


X 


X 


z 


— 


— 


Other 


5 


9 


5 


9 


5 


3 


2 







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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total (or 


ail report- 


Estab 


ishments reporting work perl 


ormed, personnel, | 


ElstablithmenU report- 


State and 


ing establishments 






and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Numlier of 


Vahie of 

work 
pertormed 


Number of 


Value oi 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
periormed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average- 
lor 


Roa 2/ 


establuh- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(ac'd 000) 




(add 000) 


NEW JERSEY 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


4,131 


151,680 


3,944 


$48,133 


3,767 


11,712 


$15,314 


187 


$3,547 


403 


21,918 


355 


19,953 


227 


5,704 


7,157 


48 


1,965 


307 


11,277 


269 


10,330 


185 


2,705 


3,818 


38 


947 


Highway " 


66 


7,271 


58 


6,382 


27 


1,770 


2,049 


8 


889 


Heavy Constf uction 


30 


3,370 


28 


3,241 


15 


1,229 


1,290 


2 


129 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


3,788 


29,762 


3,589 


28,180 


3,540 


6,006 


8,157 


139 


1,582 


567 


2,401 


556 


2,351 


570 


413 


491 


11 


50 


Concreti ng 


38 


195 


38 


195 


39 


65 


57 


— 


— 


Electrical 


394 


3,768 


352 


3,271 


331 


608 


1,073 


42 


497 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


29 


333 


29 


333 


£4 


123 


131 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


1,310 


13,701 


1,282 


13,397 


1,215 


2,672 


3,746 


28 


304 


74 


3,838 


70 


3,790 


41 


677 


1,265 


4 


48 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


50 


764 


49 


760 


42 


216 


244 


1 


4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


575 


5,393 


563 


5,256 


546 


996 


1,317 


12 


137 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


149 


1,753 


148 


1,741 


130 


449 


553 


1 


12 


Plumbi ng 


452 


1,860 


442 


1,757 


447 


308 


341 


10 


103 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


10 


93 


10 


93 


9 


27 


26 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


252 


2,679 


252 


2,679 


234 


686 


808 


— 


— 


100 


1,352 


100 


1,352 


87 


396 


453 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


57 


380 


57 


380 


56 


87 


99 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal 


95 


947 


95 


947 


91 


203 


256 


~ 


— 


Masonry 


123 


744 


114 


631 


127 


151 


192 


9 


113 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


845 


3,080 


821 


2,938 


898 


642 


733 


24 


142 


Plastering 


30 


84 


30 


84 


30 


17 


16 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


51 


384 


35 


259 


25 


56 


67 


16 


125 


Other 


89 


2,393 


80 


2,042 


47 


575 


843 


9 


351 


NEW MEXICO 

Gei7eral Contractors 

Building 1/ 


114 


3,660 


97 


3,050 


110 


717 


778 


17 


610 


26 


2,892 


20 


2,338 


27 


562 


611 


6 


554 


15 


497 


13 


420 


14 


101 


109 


2 


77 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


8 
3 


1 2,395 


5 
2 


1 1,918 


13 


461 


502 


3 

1 


1 477 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpsnteri ng 


88 


768 


77 


712 


83 


155 


167 


11 


56 


5 


14 


3 


11 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


Concreti ng 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 




— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


25 


154 


20 


142 


21 


28 


35 


5 


18 


Encavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


— 


— 





— 


— 


— 


*- 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


36 


423 


36 


423 


38 


86 


93 


— 


— 

















— 


— 


— 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


2 


z 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


12 


249 


12 


249 


12 


46 


53 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


3 


z 


3 


X 


z 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


15 


89 


15 


89 


16 


19 


19 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


31 


4 


31 


4 


6 


9 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


13 


84 


11 


64 


12 


15 


12 


2 


20 


2 


X 


1 


z 


X 


z 


X 


1 


X 


Sheet Metal 


9 


43 


9 


43 


10 


8 


7 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


2 


X 


1 


X 


z 


X 


X 


1 


X 


Masonry 


1 


z 


1 


z 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


5 


28 


3 


7 


3 


2 


2 


2 


21 


Plaster i ng 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


1 


X 


— 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Other 





















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION 


NDUSTRY: 


1935 










TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 1 


Estab 


ishments reporting work performed, personnel, j 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments { 






and pay roll 






ing work performed only 












Em- 










Number of 


Vahie of 


Number of 


Value of 


Aciive pro- 


ployees ' 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


work 
perfomied 
(add 000) 


establish- 
menU 


work 
performed 
(add 000) 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
lor 
year) 


RoU 2/ 
(add IWO) 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 

(add 000) 


NEW YORK 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


10,990 


$266,088 


10,309 


$241,074 


9,214 


55,957 


*83,138 


681 


*25,014 


1,343 


123,595 


1,154 


109,312 


617 


26,717 


39,426 


189 


14,283 


1,015 


58,5£7 


868 


54,147 


444 


14,64'? 


21,424 


147 


4,380" 


Highway 


176 


19,168 


153 


16,694 


76 


4,310 


4,889 


23 


2,474 


Heavy Construction 


152 


45,900 


133 


38,471 


47 


8,360 


13,113 


19 


7,429 


Special Trade Contractors 

Cafpentenng 


9.647 


142.493 


9,155 


131,762 


8,597 


29,240 


43,712 


492 


10,731 


1,075 


6,411 


1,034 


5,995 


1,081 


1,237 


1,458 


41 


416 


Concteti ng 


84 


2,631 


80 


2,474 


58 


734 


1,041 


4 


157 


Electrical 


1,442 


20,477 


1,302 


18,378 


1,231 


4,007 


7,020 


140 


2,099 


Excavating and/oc 




















foundation 


41 


6,112 


39 


4,647 


23 


1,552 


1,889 


2 


1,465 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


3,998 


58,753 


3,893 


56,875 


3,624 


10,808 


15,783 


105 


1,878 


355 


15,032 


319 


14,148 


209 


2,559 


4,142 


36 


884 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


158 


4,714 


153 


4,675 


136 


905 


1,579 


5 


39 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


1,504 


21,917 


1,576 


21,474 


1,448 


4,177 


5,731 


28 


443 


Heating, piping, plumbi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


176 


3,690 


176 


3,690 


189 


778 


1,112 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


1,673 


13,188 


1,637 


12,676 


1,610 


2,340 


3,151 


36 


512 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


32 


212 


32 


212 


32 


49 


68 








Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roof! ng 


948 


10,624 


906 


9.832 


866 


2,327 


2,900 


42 


792 


348 


3,706 


339 


3,538 


327 


888 


998 


9 


168 


Sheet Metal 


218 


1,883 


200 


1,627 


207 


312 


489 


18 


256 


Roofing and sheet metal 


382 


5,035 


367 


4,667 


332 


1,127 


1,413 


15 


368 


Masonry 


164 


3,482 


143 


3,115 


137 


756 


1,171 


21 


367 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 


1,213 


10,290 


1,141 


9,302 


1,172 


2,748 


4,131 


72 


988 


Plastering 


80 


2,572 


80 


2,572 


52 


827 


1,312 





— 


Tile and mantel 


159 


3,290 


139 


2,674 


110 


771 


1,062 


20 


616 


Other 


443 


17,851 


398 


15,898 


243 


3,473 


5,945 


45 


1,953 


NORTH CAROLINA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


849 


25,319 


801 


20,840 


818 


7,036 


6,189 


48 


4,479 


189 


17,373 


157 


13,624 


151 


5,092 


4,168 


22 


3,749 


159 


11,773 


146 


9,705 


141 


3,415 


2,810 


13 


2,068 


Highway 


21 


3,804 


13 


2,190 


8 


850 


775 


8 


1,614 


Heavy Construction 


9 


1,796 


8 


1,729 


2 


827 


583 


1 


57 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


660 


7,946 


634 


7,216 


567 


1,944 


2,021 


26 


730 


109 


205 


109 


205 


111 


49 


33 


— 


— 


Concreti ng 


2 


I 


2 


z 


X 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Electrical 


109 


1,754 


102 


1,608 


113 


369 


399 


7 


146 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


2 


z 


2 


z 


z 


z 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


222 


3,883 


211 


3,611 


225 


956 


1,003 


11 


272 


13 


500 


12 


422 


7 


80 


123 


1 


78 


Heating and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


17 


552 


17 


552 


17 


158 


171 


— 


~ 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


109 


2,125 


103 


2,012 


121 


519 


547 


6 


U3 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


9 


284 


8 


262 


7 


82 


65 


1 


22 


PI umbi ng 


71 


378 


68 


319 


70 


105 


84 


3 


59 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


3 


44 


3 


44 


3 


12 


12 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


79 


1,096 


75 


828 


88 


240 


210 


4 


268 


15 


453 


13 


192 


15 


40 


41 


2 


261 


Sheet Metal 


32 


148 


31 


142 


34 


58 


40 


1 


6 


Roofing and sheet metal 


32 


495 


31 


494 


39 


142 


129 


1 


1 


Wasonry 


18 


63 


18 


63 


18 


23 


19 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


93 


478 


92 


475 


95 


188 


210 


1 


3 


Plastering 


7 


60 


7 


60 


9 


26 


26 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


9 


251 


6 


210 


4 


41 


47 


3 


41 


Other 


10 


114 


10 


114 


1 


35 


58 







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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAE 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










LE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 


, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total foi 


all report- 


EatablisfunenU reporting work performed, personnel. 


Establishments report- 


Slate and 


ing eatabltihmenta 




and pay roll 






ing work performed onty 


Number of 


Value of 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of busineu 


e*Ubluh- 
menta 


work 
performed 


establisli- 
mente 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoH 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


NORTH DAKOTA 

General Contractor! 

Building 1/ 


232 


♦3.585 


215 


»3,217 


235 


1,082 


♦873 


17 


♦368 


48 


2,229 


43 


2.071 


44 


831 


611 


5 


158 


24 


806 


?3 


768 


30 


195 


186 


1 


38 


Highway ~ 

Heavy Construction 


23 

1 


1,423 


19 

1 


[ 1,303 


14 


636 


425 


4 


r 120 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


184 


1.356 


172 


1.146 


191 


251 


262 


12 


210 


33 


91 


33 


91 


37 


18 


18 








Concreli ng 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 








Electrical 


45 


424 


38 


327 


38 


60 


62 


7 


97 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 








Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


67 


652 


63 


547 


70 


126 


133 


4 


105 


2 




2 















Heating and piping 




110 




110 


10 


29 


32 







wi th sheet metal 


6 




6 















Heating, piping, plumbing 


31 


347 


28 


289 


30 


74 


69 


3 


58 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


-- 


Plumb! ng 


23 


123 


22 


76 


23 


13 


12 


1 


47 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


3 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


10 


83 


10 


83 


12 


17 


17 


— 


— 


1 


\ 


1 


1 








— 




Sheet Metal 


7 


) 83 


7 


\ 83 


12 


17 


17 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal 


2 


1 


2 


J 








— 




Masonry 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 
Plastering 


23 
•2 


} 89 


22 
2 


1 31 


30 


24 


27 


1 


} 


Ti le and mantel 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Other 




















OHIO 

General Contracton 

Buildi ng 1/ 


4,282 


77,879 


3,949 


68,735 


3,895 


17,662 


22,276 


333 


9,144 


601 


45.089 


507 


38,988 


366 


10,492 


12,946 


94 


6,101 


410 


20,798 


349 


18,225 


265 


4,793 


6,300 


61 


2,573 


Highway 


117 


11,266 


102 


9,693 


61 


2,925 


2,692 


15 


1,573 


Heavy Construction 


74 


13,025 


56 


11,070 


40 


2,774 


3,954 


18 


1,955 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


3.681 


32.790 


3,442 


29,747 


3,529 


7,170 


9,330 


239 


3,043 


348 


1,396 


333 


1,349 


349 


289 


300 


15 


47 


Concreti ng 


59 


436 


58 


428 


64 


135 


141 


1 


8 


Electrical 


447 


5,215 


369 


4,585 


347 


992 


1,592 


78 


630 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


21 


268 


21 


268 


20 


104 


121 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Healing and pipi ng 


1,476 


13,493 


1,431 


12,407 


1,479 


2,815 


3,394 


45 


1,086 


154 


2,673 


136 


2,088 


122 


451 


630 


18 


585 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


252 


2,462 


246 


2,339 


263 


615 


705 


6 


123 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


413 


4,493 


401 


4,219 


411 


945 


1,170 


12 


274 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


43 


943 


42 


930 


41 


220 


289 


1 


13 


Plumbing 


577 


2,745 


569 


2,654 


601 


543 


559 


8 


91 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


37 


177 


37 


177 


41 


41 


41 


— 


— 


Roofing and iheet metal group 


396 


3,721 


373 


3.326 


409 


777 


981 


23 


;?95 


Roofing 


92 


780 


85 


631 


96 


139 


153 


7 


149 


Sheet Metal 


171 


857 


162 


748 


183 


161 


158 


9 


109 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


133 


2,084 


126 


1,947 


130 


477 


670 


7 


1S7 


Masonry 


68 


776 


46 


489 


49 


108 


136 


22 


287 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


631 


2,856 


602 


2,699 


645 


792 


1,026 


29 


15',' 


Plasteri ng 


45 


246 


45 


246 


42 


138 


104 


— 


— 


Ti le and mantel 


61 


852 


48 


759 


40 


224 


241 


13 


93 


Other 


129 


3,531 


U6 


3,191 


85 


802 


1,194 


13 


340 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 
-ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



State and 
kind of business 



Total for all report- 
ing eatabtiflliments 



Number - 

eatablifh- 

ments 



Value of 

work 
performed 
(add 000) 



E»tablisKments reporting work perfo 
and pay roll 



ed, personnel. 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



performed 
(add OOP) 



Active pro- 
prietors 



Em- 
ployees 
( Average 
for 
year) 



Pay 
Roll 2/ 



Establishments report- 
ing work performed only 



stablish- 
ments 



Value of 

performed 
(add OOP) 



OKLAHOMA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 

Highway 

Hea»y Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpcnten ng 
Concceti ng 
Electr ical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundat ion 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heat I ng and pi pi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heali ng, pipi ng, plumbing 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 
WI th sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi nj wi th sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorating 
Plaster I ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



OREGON 



General Contractors 

Building \J 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 

Heali ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 
with sheet metal 

PI umbi ng 

PI umbi ng WI th sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo f 1 ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roo fi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorating 
Plastering 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



{14-, 489 



|12,496 



;,684 



♦a, £62 



g.570 



5,683 
2,649 
1,463 

3,694 



4,464 
3,16E 
1,463 



981 

1,203 

687 



835 
947 
588 



1.645 



214 
534 



262 
212 



172 
302 



24,239 



19.029 



2,500 

5,896 
10,633 

5,210 



1,160 



2,054 



205 
924 



195 
435 



175 
349 
191 



1 
204 



1.624 



249 
208 
49 



20,404 



6,852 



1.574 
5,053 
9,178 



1,920 



205 
912 



195 
393 



166 
225 
125 



416 
1,548 
2,548 

1,030 



491 
1,502 
3,676 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










LE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all leport- 


Establishments reporting work pet 


omned, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


Slate and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 


Number of 


Vahia of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind o( buaineu 


ettablith- 
ments 


work 
perfonned 


aublish- 
ments 


work 


prietors 
and linn 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
menU 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


PENNSYLVANIA 

General Contractor! 

Building 1/ 


6,297 


$98,534 


5,935 


190,108 


6,164 


23,932 


$28,278 


362 


58,426 


727 


44,474 


645 


39,443 


562 


11,574 


13,392 


82 


5,031 


599 


27,540 


53i 


25,630 


481 


7,198 


8,722; 


58 


1,910 


Highway " 


75 


7,067 


65 


6,149 


49 


2,298 


2,017 


10 


918 


Heavy Construction 


53 


9,867 


49 


7,664 


32 


2,078 


2,653 


4 


2,203 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteci ng 


5.570 


54.060 


5.290 


50.665 


5.602 


12.358 


14.886 


280 


3,395 


432 


1,859 


420 


1,664 


451 


489 


437 


12 


205 


Concreti ng 


89 


833 


84 


810 


86 


323 


282 


5 


23 


Electrical 


626 


6,535 


540 


5,865 


549 


1,297 


2,048 


86 


670 


txcavati ng and/or 




















(oundation 


37 


670 


36 


668 


39 


339 


276 


1 


2 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


2,379 


26,115 


2,326 


25,443 


2.484 


5.488 


6,480 


53 


672 


131 


5,756 


118 


5,439 


100 


996 


1,467 


13 


316 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


268 


2,925 


257 


2,818 


283 


808 


880 


11 


107 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


987 


11,124 


978 


11,023 


1,055 


2,356 


2,698 


9 


101 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


187 


2,683 


187 


2,683 


208 


594 


701 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


765 


3,425 


746 


3,281 


793 


698 


692 


19 


144 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


41 


203 


40 


199 


45 


36 


42 


1 


4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


454 


4,523 


422 


4,185 


457 


1,048 


1,136 


32 


338 


172 


1,797 


154 


1,667 


155 


399 


447 


18 


130 


Sheet Metal 


122 


851 


113 


763 


126 


198 


199 


9 


86 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


160 


1,875 


155 


1,755 


176 


451 


490 


5 


120 


Masonry 


HE 


839 


82 


617 


89 


282 


245 


33 


222 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


1,164 


5,758 


1,139 


5,544 


1,225 


1,766 


2,008 


25 


214 


Plaster i ng 


72 


538 


71 


471 


88 


126 


178 


1 


67 


Ti le and mantel 


70 


1,332 


57 


1,177 


48 


330 


414 


13 


155 


Other 


132 


5,058 


113 


4,231 


86 


870 


1,382 


19 


827 


RHODE ISLAND 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


389 


8,473 


347 


7,821 


314 


2,299 


2,835 


42 


652 


69 


4,201 


55 


3,909 


31 


1,235 


1,491 


14 


292 


56 


3,359 


45 


3,167 


28 


934 


1,148 


11 


192 


Highway 


9 


741 


7 


701 


1 


264 


328 


2 


40 


Heavy Construction 


4 


101 


3 


41 


2 


17 


16 


1 


60 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


320 


4.272 


292 


3.912 


283 


1.064 


1.344 


28 


360 


22 


lie 


21 


105 


22 


30 


28 


1 


13 


Concreti ng 


6 


49 


6 


49 


5 


20 


19 


— 


— 


Electrical 


46 


450 


36 


411 


34 


100 


109 


10 


39 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


2 


z 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


131 


1,727 


126 


1.678 


122 


372 


528 


5 


49 


14 




12 


1 








2 




Heati ng and pipi ng 




713 




t 681 


8 


126 


229 




32 


wi th sheet metal 


1 




1 


1 








— 




Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


60 


599 


59 


593 


61 


140 


171 


1 


6 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


7 


85 


7 


85 


6 


26 


34 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


49 


330 


47 


319 


47 


80 


94 


2 


11 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 




















— 





— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


48 


896 


44 


BE 6 


43 


259 


296 


4 


70 


11 


408 


10 


373 


9 


113 


124 


1 


35 


Sheet Metal 


26 


194 


24 


173 


£5 


50 


60 


2 


21 


Roofing and sheet metal 


11 


294 


10 


280 


9 


96 


112 


1 


14 


Masonry 


4 


66 


4 


66 


3 


33 


27 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


40 


415 


35 


322 


40 


124 


151 


5 


93 


Plaster 1 ng 


3 


I 


3 


X 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Ti le and mantel 


6 


126 


5 


105 


3 


31 


42 


1 


20 


Other 


12 


387 


10 


311 


6 


78 


131 


2 


76 



l/ Includes Open 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, 
and pay roll 



State and 
kind of business 



Total for all report- 
ing establishments 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Vahie of 

work 
performed 
(add (XW) 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

work 
performed 
(add OOP) 



Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 



Em- 
ployees 
( Average 



Pay 
Roll 2/ 



Establishments report- 
ing work performed o 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

General Contraciors 

Building 1/ 
Highway " 
Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Cat pentef i ng 



Con 



Electf ical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
with stieet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 

Heating, piping, plumbing 
wi Ih sheet metal 

Plumbing 

Plumbing with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Rooli ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, papethanging 

and decorating 
Plasteri ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construe tion 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter I ng 
Concreting 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

fou ndat i on 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbing 

Heating, piping, plumbing 
WI th sheet metal 

Plumb! ng 

Plumbing with sheet metal 
Roofing a'nd sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
{Jasonr y 
Pal nti ng, paper hangi ng 

and decorating 
Plastering 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



1/ Includes Opert 



tie, 534 



$10,124 



353 



3,736 



13,205 



7,194 



4,260 
2,934 



138 
1,143 



1,212 
2,273 

1,159 



2,328 



4,108 
2,861 



1,663 
1,131 



1,455 
873 



138 
1,089 



1,210 



1,121 

2,094 



253 
728 



246 

616 



membera ol unincorporated bui 



X - Withheld to avoid dbcloMitc of individual 



Vol. 1 - Page 32 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










LE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total foi 


all reporl- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel. 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establisfiment* 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Numlxr of 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


esUbliili- 
ments 


establisli- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


(Average 
for 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


TENNESSEE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


829 


«22,005 


794 


$21,149 


831 


7,969 


*6,039 


35 


*856 


155 


14,945 


157 


14,290 


157 


5,709 


3,826 


8 


655 


181 


5,816 


117 


5,759 


125 


1,625 


1,406 


4 


57 


Highway ~ 


31 


6,282 


28 


5,708 


22 


2,610 


1,578 


3 


574 


Heavy Construction 


13 


2,847 


12 


2,823 


10 


1,474 


842 


1 


24 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


664 


7.060 


637 


6,859 


674 


2,260 


2,213 


27 


201 


76 


454 


73 


429 


81 


132 


117 


3 


25 


Concreting 


8 


36 


8 


36 


7 


17 


18 


— 





Electrical 


96 


852 


89 


808 


91 


229 


241 


7 


44 


Excavati ng and/or 




















loundalion 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


z 


X 


— 





Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


271 


3,103 


264 


3,044 


286 


870 


R46 


7 


59 


18 


294 


17 


281 


19 


64 


65 


1 


13 


Heati ng and piping 




















wi tti sheet metal 


19 


701 


19 


701 


17 


209 


229 








Heating, piping, plumbing 


95 


1,304 


91 


1,264 


99 


363 


345 


4 


40 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















WI Ih sheet metal 


4 


75 


4 


75 


6 


25 


20 


— 


— 


PI umbi ng 


129 


703 


127 


697 


139 


200 


182 


2 


6 


Plumbi ng WI ih sheet metal 


6 


26 


6 


26 


6 


9 


5 








Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofi ng 


80 


737 


77 


699 


84 


242 


218 


3 


.-w 


21 


249 


19 


227 


15 


63 


61 


2 


22 


Sheet Metal 


41 


223 


41 


223 


52 


70 


53 


— 


— 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


18 


265 


17 


249 


17 


109 


104 


1 


15 


Masonry 


17 


642 


16 


637 


16 


264 


235 


1 


5 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


81 


316 


79 


298 


87 


124 


112 


2 


18 


Plastering 


4 


z 


4 


z 


X 


X 


X 


— 





Tile and mantel 


11 


194 


7 


182 


4 


62 


66 


4 


12 


Other 


18 


675 


18 


675 


9 


299 


343 






TEXAS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,804 


47,209 


1,672 


43,634 


1,722 


16,731 


13,412 


132 


3,575 


336 


32,809 


294 


30,187 


280 


13,102 


9,748 


42 


£,522 


239 


11,344 


206 


9,783 


217 


4,525 


2,918 


33 


1,561 


Highway 


53 


15,158 


46 


14,257 


30 


5,718 


4,337 


7 


901 


Heavy Construction 


44 


6,307 


42 


6,147 


33 


2,859 


2,493 


2 


160 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


1,468 


14,400 


1,378 


13,447 


1,442 


3,629 


3,665 


90 


953 


154 


405 


153 


398 


159 


102 


73 


1 


7 


Concreting 


22 


117 


21 


114 


21 


61 


34 


1 


3 


Electrical 


273 


2,483 


245 


2,144 


263 


514 


575 


28 


339 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


5 


206 


5 


206 


6 


130 


72 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


553 


6,291 


531 


6,052 


557 


1,462 


1,434 


22 


239 


26 


1,150 


22 


1,061 


18 


154 


207 


4 


89 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


13 


305 


13 


305 


15 


94 


95 


— 


— 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


65 


1,643 


61 


1,603 


60 


361 


409 


4 


40 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


13 


160 


13 


160 


15 


40 


37 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


398 


2,856 


385 


2,749 


408 


757 


645 


13 


107 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


38 


177 


37 


174 


41 


56 


41 


1 


3 


Roofing and ilieet metal group 

Roo fi ng 


173 


2,315 


160 


2,203 


166 


660 


679 


13 


112 


27 


961 


26 


936 


21 


299 


322 


1 


25 


Sheet Metal 


100 


681 


92 


614 


99 


159 


170 


8 


67 


Roofing and sheet metal 


46 


673 


42 


653 


46 


202 


187 


4 


20 


Masonry 


19 


93 


13 


61 


13 


26 


15 


6 


32 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


181 


623 


169 


541 


178 


151 


142 


12 


82 


Plaster i ng 


13 


144 


13 


144 


14 


48 


45 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


25 


511 


19 


387 


20 


117 


131 


6 


124 


Other 


50 


1,212 


49 


1,197 


45 


358 


465 


1 


15 



1/ Includes Operative Buildei 



compciwalion for proprielora and (in 



litincorporalcd buaineucs. X • Withheld 



ol ii»dividu«J 





















Vol 


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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 








TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 1 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 










Total for all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel. 


Establishments report- 


Slate and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only | 














Em- 










Number of 




Vahje of 


Number ol 


Value of 


Active pro- 


ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 1 


kind of business 


esUblish- 
menu 




work 
performed 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average . 
lor 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 








(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


UTAH 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


430 


$10,391 


408 


$8,425 


447 


2,634 


$2,484 


22 


$1,966 


98 


8,135 


92 


6,331 


106 


2,139 


1,975 


5 


1,804 


68 




2,870 


66 


2,098 


85 


400 


469 


2 


772 


Highway 


£3 




5.078 


20 


4,065 


15 


1,640 


1,442 


3 


1,013 


Heavy Construction 


7 




187 


6 


168 


6 


99 


64 


1 


19 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteci ng 


332 




2,256 


316 


2,094 


341 


495 


509 


16 


162 


40 




97 


39 


92 


42 


11 


11 


1 


5 


Concreti ng 


8 




29 


8 


29 


9 


13 


8 


— 




Electrical 


42 




268 


36 


216 


32 


55 


53 


6 


52 


Excavating and/or 






















foundation 


1 




z 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


102 




978 


100 


948 


108 


157 


186 


2 


30 


6 




112 


5 


87 


5 


10 


18 


1 


25 


Heati ng and pipi ng 






















wi Ih sheet metal 


11 




152 


11 


152 


11 


39 


43 


— 


— 


Healing, piping, plumbing 


39 




449 


39 


449 


44 


77 


89 








heating, piping, plumbing 






















WI th sheet metal 


5 




82 


5 


82 


6 


10 


11 


— 


-- 


Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


40 

1 


1 


183 


39 

1 


1 178 


42 


21 


25 


1 


} 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


32 




187 


31 


162 


33 


36 


29 


1 


25 


7 




32 


7 


32 


9 


5 


4 


— 





Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 


23 
2 


1 


155 


22 
2 


1 130 


24 


31 


25 


1 


} » 


Masonry 


12 




124 


11 


99 


14 


20 


22 


1 


25 


Painting, paperhanging 






















and decorating 


59 




226 


54 


201 


63 


65 


68 


5 


25 


Plasten ng 


22 




122 


22 


122 


25 


39 


43 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


4 




X 


4 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Other 


10 




78 


10 


78 


9 


41 


38 






VERIV10NT 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


314 




2,294 


295 


1,874 


323 


598 


591 


19 


420 


44 


1,021 


40 


792 


44 


288 


283 


4 


229 


35 




557 


33 


475 


38 


160 


164 


2 


82 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


8 

1 


1 


464 


6 

1 


1 317 


6 


128 


119 


2 


[ 147 ( 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


270 




1,273 


255 


1,082 


279 


310 


308 


15 


191 


57 




124 


57 


124 


61 


31 


30 


— 


— 


Concreti ng 


2 




z 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Electrical 


3? 




217 


32 


146 


33 


31 


36 


7 


71 


Excavating and/or 






















foundation 


1 




z 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


82 




555 


77 


467 


85 


105 


114 


5 


88 


1 




z 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 






















with sheet metal 


— 




— 


** 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 


42 




401 


39 


319 


45 


75 


92 


3 


82 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 






















wi th sheet metal 


9 




72 


9 


72 


11 


14 


11 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


28 




76 


26 


70 


26 


14 


10 


2 


6 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


2 




z 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


8 




98 


7 


82 


8 


31 


31 


1 


16 


4 




24 


3 


8 


3 


3 


2 


1 


16 


Sheet Metal 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal 


4 




74 


4 


74 


5 


28 


29 


— 


— 


Masonry 


8 




18 


8 


18 


8 


12 


7 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 






















and decorating 
Plastering 


69 

1 


1 


247 


67 

1 


} 231 


78 


90 


84 


2 


1 - 


Tile and mantel 


.- 




— 


~- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 





Other 


3 




3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 







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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










BUSINESS 


















TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel. 


Establishments report- 


State and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Number oi 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


VIRGINIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,234 


$22,883 


1,183 


$20,957 


1,223 


6,125 


?5,225 


51 


$1,926 


233 


12,894 


222 


11,809 


213 


3,611 


3,516 


11 


1,085 


187 


8,314 


177 


7,356 


183 


1,958 


2,207 


10 


948 


Highway ' 


24 


1,755 


23 


1,628 


18 


784 


552 


1 


137 


Heavy Construction 


22 


2,815 


22 


2,815 


12 


869 


857 


~ 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


1.001 


9.989 


961 


9,148 


1,010 


2,514 


2,609 


40 


841 


88 


595 


86 


562 


88 


123 


104 


2 


133 


Concreti ng 


20 


160 


20 


160 


21 


68 


52 


— 


— 


Electrical 


133 


1,419 


120 


1,198 


116 


324 


387 


13 


221 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


X 


3 


s 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heating and piping 
wi th sheet metal 


383 


4,105 


374 


3,943 


389 


994 


987 


9 


162 


21 


570 


19 


535 


13 


113 


131 


2 


35 


6 


149 


5 


102 


6 


31 


35 


1 


47 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


159 


2,122 


156 


2,068 


164 


559 


530 


3 


54 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


21 


377 


21 


377 


25 


94 


95 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


167 


842 


154 


816 


171 


186 


188 


3 


26 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


9 


45 


9 


45 


10 


11 


8 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooli ng 


90 


1.233 


87 


1,086 


97 


296 


303 


3 


147 


30 


210 


30 


210 


33 


63 


59 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


30 


187 


30 


187 


35 


56 


42 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal 


30 


835 


27 


689 


29 


177 


202 


3 


147 


Masonry 


19 


438 


16 


379 


15 


129 


144 


3 


59 


Painting, paperh?nging 




















and decorating 


201 


1,028 


198 


1,015 


231 


384 


371 


3 


13 


Plastering 


21 


88 


21 


88 


22 


29 


22 


— 


— 


Ti le and mantel 


12 


X 


7 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Other 


31 


538 


29 


502 


22 


112 


183 


2 


36 


WASHINGTON 

General Contractors 

Building ^/ 


1,050 


35,879 


938 


33,302 


933 


7,608 


10,241 


122 


2,577 


215 


28,995 


176 


27,151 


155 


6,134 


8,426 


39 


1,844 


119 


4,000 


99 


3,606 


102 


908 


1,183 


20 


394 


Highway 


73 


8,301 


55 


5,865 


42 


2,061 


2,07£ 


18 


1,435 


Heavy Construction 


23 


16,694 


22 


16,680 


12 


3,165 


5,171 


1 


14 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


845 


6.884 


762 


6.151 


777 


1,474 


1,815 


83 


733 


77 


366 


72 


311 


82 


73 


81 


5 


55 


Concreti ng 


14 


92 


13 


88 


13 


18 


11 


1 


4 


Electrical 


142 


1,282 


125 


1,115 


124 


273 


312 


17 


167 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


7 


17 


7 


17 


7 


6 


4 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


316 


2,898 


296 


2,633 


297 


567 


674 


20 


265 


30 


422 


26 


274 


23 


73 


82 


4 


148 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


18 


241 


17 


227 


23 


52 


66 


1 


14 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


119 


1,579 


115 


1,548 


111 


328 


406 


3 


31 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


13 


75 


13 


75 


12 


19 


17 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


127 


548 


115 


476 


119 


91 


97 


12 


72 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


9 


33 


9 


33 


9 


4 


6 





— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


111 


778 


102 


702 


103 


150 


194 


9 


76 


26 


279 


24 


266 


27 


57 


75 


2 


13 


Sheet Metal 


78 


394 


72 


347 


72 


65 


85 


6 


47 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


105 


5 


89 


4 


28 


34 


1 


16 


Masonry 


10 


84 


4 


55 


5 


15 


16 


6 


29 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


128 


677 


106 


556 


120 


163 


222 


22 


121 


Plastering 


10 


87 


10 


87 


9 


25 


33 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


11 


147 


10 


145 


5 


40 


52 


1 


2 


Other 


19 


456 


17 


442 


12 


144 


216 


2 


14 



















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TAB 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 


1935 










LE 1,- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


all report- 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, j 


Establishments report- | 


State and 


ing establishments 




and pay roll 






ing work pe 


rformed only 












Em- 










Number of 


Value ol 


Number ol 


Value of 


Active pro- 


ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value ol 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


establish- 
menu 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


WEST VIRGINIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


649 


$9,588 


618 


$8,575 


647 


3,437 


$2,858 


31 


$1,013 


96 


6,164 


86 


5,696 


88 


2,627 


1,982 


10 


468 


59 


1,669 


53 


1,424 


56 


397 


404 


6 


245 


Highway 


27 


3,010 


24 


2,847 


20 


1,643 


1,008 


3 


163 


Heavy Construction 


10 


1,485 


9 


1,425 


12 


587 


570 


1 


60 


Special Trade Contracto,-< 

Carpenleting 


553 


3,424 


532 


2.879 


559 


810 


876 


21 


545 


69 


140 


68 


138 


72 


26 


23 




2 


Concreti ng 


9 


63 


B 


41 


8 


14 


12 


1 


22 


Electrical 


58 


487 


54 


347 


60 


88 


121 


4 


140 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


8 


118 


8 


118 


8 


69 


61 


__ 





Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


814 


1,536 


204 


1.250 


206 


334 


344 


10 


286 


4 


28 


4 


28 


5 


3 








Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


8 


114 


8 


114 


4 


45 


52 





__ 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


53 


594 


50 


502 


52 


137 


147 


3 


92 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


8 


131 


8 


131 


7 


40 


39 








Plumbi ng 


133 


571 


127 


434 


130 


97 


91 


6 


137 


Plumbing WI th sheet metal 


8 


98 


7 


41 


8 


13 


12 


1 


57 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roof 1 ng 


49 


325 


48 


260 


53 


74 


76 


1 


65 


19 


37 


19 


37 


20 


7 


4 


__ 





Sheet Metal 


10 


113 


9 


48 


10 


8 


11 


1 


65 


Rooli ng and sheet metiil 


20 


175 


20 


175 


23 


59 


61 






Masoniy 


9 


48 


6 


41 


8 


11 


10 


1 


7 


Painting, paperharging 




















and decorati ng 


115 


288 


113 


274 


128 


73 


69 


2 


14 


Plastering 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


1 








Tile and mantel 


7 


110 


6 


101 


5 


28 


30 


1 


9 


Other 


9 


303 


9 


303 


5 


92 


130 






WISCONSIN 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


3,030 


40,726 


2,757 


34,967 


2,709 


10,200 


10,445 


273 


5,759 


403 


21,113 


340 


17,655 


281 


5,783 


5,680 


63 


3,458 


266 


8,688 


236 


7,906 


201 


2,686 


2,695 


30 


782 


Highway 


108 


7,409 


78 


5,068 


62 


1,854 


1,435 


30 


2,341 


Heavy Construction 


29 


5.016 


26 


4,681 


18 


1,243 


1,550 


3 


335 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


2,627 


19,613 


2,417 


17,312 


2,428 


4,417 


4.765 


210 


2.301 


447 


1,458 


441 


1,449 


449 


330 


284 


6 


9 


Concreti ng 


71 


371 


68 


361 


73 


177 


104 


3 


10 


Electripal 


282 


2,249 


231 


1,874 


215 


419 


518 


51 


375 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


23 


177 


23 


177 


27 


51 


51 


— 


.. 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heali ng and pipi ng 


817 


9,020 


710 


7,810 


709 


1,702 


1,891 


107 


1.210 


84 


1,573 


67 


1,168 


64 


220 


285 


17 


405 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


105 


1,318 


102. 


1,273 


97 


316 


325 


3 


45 


Heati ng, pipi ng. plumbi ng 


280 


3,563 


255 


3,149 


260 


670 


744 


25 


414 


Heating, piping, plumbi ng 




















with sheet metal 


31 


633 


30 


593 


26 


129 


153 


1 


40 


Plumbi ng 


309 


1,895 


249 


1,593 


255 


360 


378 


60 


302 


Plumbing WI th sheet metal 


8 


38 


7 


34 


7 


7 


6 


1 


4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


168 


2,022 


153 


1,650 


142 


442 


505 


15 


372 


48 


1,050 


44 


912 


30 


269 


327 


4 


138 


Sheet Metal 


101 


859 


92 


664 


91 


160 


169 


9 


195 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


19 


U3 


17 


74 


21 


13 


9 


2 


39 


Masonry 


91 


528 


80 


471 


86 


155 


149 


11 


57 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


583 


2,157 


573 


2,122 


600 


710 


765 


10 


35 


Plastering 


77 


394 


77 


394 


86 


143 


123 





.» 


Tile and mantel 


22 


331 


20 


309 


11 


90 


111 


2 


22 


Other 


46 


906 


41 


695 


29 


198 


264 


•5 


211 



\J Include* Operalivc Builders. Zj Includes 
operations. 



members of unincorporated but 



Old disclosure ol individual 



V^l I Page 36 



CFKSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE l.~ ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



State and 
kind of business 



Total (or all report- 
ing eitabliahments 



Number of 

e«tablish- 

mentf 



perloimed 
(add OOP) 



Establishment! reporting work perlo 
and pay roll 



ed, personnel. 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

work 
performed 
(add OOP) 



Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 



Em- 
ployees 
( Average 



RoU 2/ 



Establishments report- 
ing worlc performed only 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

performed 
(add OOP) 



WYOMING 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 
Highway ~ 
Heavy ConsttucI ion 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 
Concreti ng 

Electrical 

Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbing 

Heating, piping, plumliing 
WI lt< sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorati ng 
Plastering 
Ti le and mantel 
Other 



$3,180 



$3,083 



$873 



442 

1,116 

586 

1,036 



438 

1,069 
586 



154 
197 



$97 



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CENSUS OF 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










BUSINESS 


















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work peil 


ormed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


City and 


ing ectablishments | 




and pay roll 






ing work pcilormed only 


Numba of 


Vahie ol 


Number of 


Vahie o< 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind o< btuineu 


aUbiidi- 
mcnta 


work 


cstaUiih- 
menli 


work 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


Ron 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
peHoimed 






(mU 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


BALTIMORE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


750 


♦15,590 


691 


#13,720 


659 


4,062 


|4,543 


59 


»1,870 


84 


8,097 


63 


7,076 


34 


2,521 


2,782 


21 


1,021 


64 


5,372 


49 


4,778 


27 


1,651 


1,931 


15 


594 


Highway 


8 


602 


5 


376 





236 


175 


3 


226 


Heavy Construction 


12 


2,123 


9 


1,922 


7 


634 


676 


3 


201 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car pen ten ng 


666 


7,493 


626 


6,644 


625 


1,541 


1,761, 


38 


849 


51 


187 


47 


174 


45 


54 


33 


4 


13 


Concteti ng 


8 


255 


8 


255 


6 


62 


70 


— 


— 


Electrical 


55 


952 


48 


867 


45 


172 


252 


7 


85 


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foundation 


3 


z 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


1 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

HeatI ng and pipl ng 


286 


3,881 


277 


3,707 


280 


775 


908 


9 


174 


27 


1,006 


25 


941 


13 


167 


239 


2 


65 


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wl th sheet metal 


11 


100 


10 


44 


11 


11 


12 


1 


56 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbl ng 


108 


1,691 


106 


1,661 


U4 


345 


392 


2 


30 


HeatI ng, pipl ng, plumbl ng 




















with sheet metal 


25 


544 


25 


544 


23 


151 


174 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


106 


501 


102 


478 


UO 


92 


84 


4 


23 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


9 


39 


9 


39 


9 


9 


7 


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— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


44 


928 


41 


541 


40 


185 


164 


3 


387 


Roo f 1 ng 


21 


431 


19 


248 


16 


91 


73 


a 


183 


Sheet Metal 


8 


37 


8 


37 


8 


11 


7 


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Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


15 


460 


14 


256 


16 


83 


84 


1 


204 


Masonry 


7 


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Pa i nt 1 ng, paperhangl ng 




















and decorating 


178 


447 


175 


413 


180 


90 


79 


3 


34 


Plastering 


8 


71 


8 


71 


7 


32 


38 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


6 


126 


5 


122 


2 


41 


55 


1 


4 


Other 


20 


S94 


14 


469 


14 


119 


156 


6 


125 


BOSTON 

General Contracton 

Building 1/ 


602 


21,137 


537 


19,152 


446 


4,743 


7,062 


65 


1,985 


98 


9,535 


78 


8,912 


31 


2,246 


3,186 


20 


623 


77 


5,395 


62 


5,102 


27 


1,228 


1,872 


15 


293 


Highway 


7 


569 


5 


422 


1 


114 


145 


2 


147 


Heavy Construction 


14 


3,571 


11 


3,388 


3 


904 


1,169 


3 


183 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


504 


11,602 


459 


10,240 


415 


2,497 


3,876 


45 


1,362 


54 


469 


49 


367 


48 


1Q4 


117 


5 


102 


Concretl ng 


1 


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1 


X 


X 


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— 


Electrical 


67 


2,022 


58 


1,825 


49 


371 


669 


9 


197 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


£ 


X 


2 


z 


z 


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X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heat 1 ng and pi pi ng 


224 


4,542 


213 


3,988 


201 


792 


1,200 


11 


554 


51 


2,242 


44 


1,793 


32 


274 


463 


7 


449 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wl th sheet metal 


9 


396 


8 


311 


9 


79 


130 


1 


85 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


73 


989 


73 


929 


66 


243 


310 


— 


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Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


1 




1 










— 




Plumbing 


89 


975 


86 


955 


92 


196 


297 


3 


20 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


1 




1 










— 




Roofing and sheet metal group 

RoofI ng 


54 


1,099 


49 


934 


49 


261 


359 


5 


165 


20 


532 


17 


448 


18 


138 


163 


3 


84 


Sheet Metal 


13 


205 


11 


124 


12 


32 


60 


2 


61 


RoofI ng and sheet metal 


21 


362 


21 


362 


19 


lU 


136 


— 


— 


Masonry 


5 


X 


4 


z 


z 


z 


X 


1 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


51 


976 


45 


810 


41 


267 


484 


6 


166 


Plastering 


9 


403 


9 


403 


7 


118 


200 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


7 


336 


5 


291 


1 


60 


124 


2 


45 


Other 


30 


1,605 


24 


1,503 


12 


365 


663 


6 


102 



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BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total for all report- 


Establishment! reporting work performed, personnel, ] 


EstablishmenU report- 


City and 


ing eatablishmenU 




and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


dumber of 


Vahie of 

woric 
performed 


Number of ^alue of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Numl>er of 


Value of 


kind of busineu 


eXabluh- 
ments 


ertablUh- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and film 
members 


{ Average 
for 


RoU y 


establish- 
ments 


work 
peffonned 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


BUFFALO 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


373 


♦11,372 


323 


♦9,596 


273 


2,440 


*3,337 


50 


»l,77li 


45 


5.099 


37 


4.404 


23 


1.185 


1.536 


8 


695 


31 


2,866 


25 


2,321 


12 


734 


936 


6 


545 


Highway 


6 


682 


5 


604 


8 


142 


150 


1 


78 


Heavy Construction 


8 


1,551 


7 


1,479 


3 


309 


450 


1 


72 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


326 


6,273 


286 


5,192 


250 


1,255 


1,801 


42 


1,081 


E5 


100 


23 


87 


26 


25 


24 


2 


13 


Concreti ng 


3 


29 


3 


29 


3 


8 


10 


— 





Electrical 


30 


815 


21 


316 


19 


77 


87 


9 


499 


Excavating and/oc 




















fou ndat i on 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


^_ 


.- 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


136 


2,556 


128 


2,353 


109 


454 


716 


8 


203 


25 


1,065 


21 


1,018 


10 


153 


263 


4 


47 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















v(i th sheet metal 


16 


305 


16 


305 


16 


65 


110 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


SO 


657 


48 


605 


38 


151 


213 


2 


52 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


1 


1 


1 


i 425 












Plumbi ng 


43 


529 


41 


45 


85 


130 


2 


104 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


1 


1 


1 












Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooti ng 


46 


864 


38 


622 


34 


187 


211 


10 


242 


14 


430 


12 


333 


9 


99 


114 


2 


97 


Sheet Metal 


20 


149 


14 


44 


14 


8 


10 


6 


105 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


14 


285 


12 


245 


11 


80 


87 


2 


40 


Masonry 


6 


46 


6 


46 


7 


13 


15 


— 


— 


Pai nti ng, paperhangi ng 




















and decorati ng 


42 


285 


34 


225 


39 


66 


86 


8 


60 


Plaster i ng 


6 


64 


6 


64 


6 


27 


37 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


6 


z 


4 


X 


X 


X 


X 


2 


X 


Other 


25 


1,313 


22 


1,267 


6 


294 


521 


3 


56 


CHICAGO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,817 


92,678 


1,673 


81,556 


1,312 


22,396 


31,208 


144 


11,123 


301 


55,746 


265 


47.202 


119 


13,548 


17,768 


36 


8,544 


200 


22,735 


174 


20,375 


90 


5,328 


7,281 


26 


2,360 


Highway 


44 


5,407 


38 


4,915 


14 


2,065 


1,717 


6 


492 


Heavy Construction 


57 


27,604 


53 


21,912 


15 


6,155 


8,770 


4 


5,692 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


1.516 


36,932 


1.408 


34.353 


1.193 


8,848 


13,440 


108 


2,579 


105 


581 


102 


546 


108 


123 


168 


3 


35 


Concreting 


27 


437 


26 


434 


23 


155 


199 


1 


3 


Electrical 


194 


5,266 


183 


5,179 


147 


1,203 


2,147 


11 


87 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


12 


482 


11 


473 


4 


120 


186 


1 


9 


Heating and plumbing group 


540 


14.382 


509 


13,397 


433 


3,126 


4,394 


31 


985 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


124 


7,840 


98 


6,912 


45 


1,522 


2,221 


26 


928 


Heati ng and piping 




















with sheet metal 


29 


724 


29 


724 


26 


173 


249 


— 


— 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


90 




89 










1 




Heating, piping, plumbing 




3,436 




3,396 


68 


844 


1,157 




40 


wi th sheet metal 


3 




3 










— 




Plumbing 


294 


2,382 


290 


2,365 


294 


587 


767 


4 


17 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 
Sheet Metal 


289 


4.454 


269 


3.916 


257 


1,008 


1,549 


20 


538 


117 


2,811 


108 


2,616 


91 


715 


912 


9 


195 


150 


1,036 


139 


693 


148 


157 


180 


11 


343 


Roofing and sheet metal 


22 


607 


22 


607 


18 


136 


257 


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— 


Masonry 


32 


794 


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625 


14 


184 


288 


16 


169 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 
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144 


3,311 


140 


3,109 


116 


1,088 


1,836 


4 


202 


27 


1,106 


27 


1,105 


19 


411 


665 


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26 


530 


23 


503 


15 


166 


232 


2 


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121 


5,590 


102 


5,066 


57 


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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL, 










BY KIND OF BUSlNi:£S 












Total (or all report- 


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Number o< 


Value of 


kind of biuineo 


ertablUh- 
mentt 


otablidi- 
menta 


work 
periormed 


prieton 
and firm 


( Average 
lor 


PoB 2/ 


e«abU»h- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


ye") 


(add 000 




(add 000) 


CLEVELAND 

General Contractor$ 

Building 1/ 


609 


♦20,739 


561 


♦19,459 


427 


4,62ti 


♦7,189 


48 


♦1,280 


88 


12,818 


76 


12,073 


23 


2,741 


4,249 


12 


745 


57 


3,594 


50 


3,482 


18 


791 


1,248 


7 


112 


Highway 


13 


1,574 


12 


1,571 


— 


518 


534 


1 


3 


Heavy Construction 


18 


7,650 


14 


7,020 


5 


1,432 


2,467 


4 


630 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car penter i ng 


521 


7,921 


485 


7,386 


404 


1,884 


2,940 


36 


535 


22 


109 


20 


105 


17 


21 


32 


2 


4 


Concreli ng 


6 


103 


6 


103 


5 


29 


49 







Electrical 


53 


1,634 


48 


1,597 


29 


382 


782 


5 


37 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


51 


3 


51 


2 


23 


26 


— 





Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


206 


2,487 


194 


2,233 


178 


494 


687 


12 


254 


40 


540 


36 


450 


32 


91 


142 


5 


. 90 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


41 


448 


39 


406 


42 


133 


161 


2 


42 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


42 




40 


! 








2 




Heating, piping, plumbing 




1,182 




f 1,091 


31 


212 


329 




91 


with sheet metal 


3 




2 


) 








1- 




Plumbing 


80 


317 


78 


286 


73 


58 


55 


2 


31 


Pi umbi ng wi til sheet metal 


— 

























Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


70 


716 


66 


645 


63 


142 


215 


4 


71 


7 


77 


5 


31 


5 


11 


10 


2 


46 


Sheet Metal 


48 


187 


46 


162 


50 


35 


33 


2 


25 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


15 


452 


15 


452 


8 


96 


172 








Masonry 


6 


44 


4 


21 


4 


10 


8 


2 


23 


Pai nting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


96 


633 


91 


597 


80 


208 


294 


5 


36 


Plastering 


9 


U7 


9 


117 


6 


86 


63 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


7 


171 


6 


146 


5 


42 


58 


1 


25 


Other 


43 


1,856 


38 


1,771 


15 


447 


726 


5 


85 


DETROIT 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


797 


37,370 


725 


34,127 


645 


8,889 


12,992 


72 


3,243 


126 


20,084 


107 


17,858 


57 


4,617 


6,852 


19 


2,226 


102 


14,286 


65 


12,367 


47 


2,977 


4,664 


17 


1,919 


Highway 


10 


1,767 


8 


1,460 


6 


503 


599 


2 


307 


Heavy Construction 


14 


4,031 


14 


4,031 


4 


1,137 


1,589 


~ 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


671 


17,286 


618 


16,269 


588 


4,272 


6,140 


53 


1.017 


51 


705 


49 


672 


46 


Sl7 


232 


2 


33 


Concreti ng 


3 


178 


3 


178 





75 


83 








Electrical 


84 


4,929 


70 


4,811 


59 


1,646 


2,256 


14 


118 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


4 


155 


4 


155 


3 


39 


64 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 
Heati ng and pipi ng 


267 


6,438 


256 


6,180 


254 


1,249 


1,979, 


11 


258 


42 


2,127 " 


40 


1,954 


35 


425 


651 


2 


173 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


25 


750 


24 


744 


21 


177 


304 


1 


6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


117 


2,03* 


115 


2,006 


119 


373 


553 


2 


28 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


10 


959 


10 


959 


7 


160 


339 


— 


— 


Plumbing 


73 


568 


67 


517 


72 


114 


132 


6 


51 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and «heet metal group 

Roofi ng 


107 


1.923 


98 


1,633 


97 


359 


472 


9 


290 


19 


412 


IS 


372 


18 


77 


98 


1 


40 


Sheet Metal 


37 


204 


35 


191 


38 


44 


49 


2 


13 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


51 


1,307 


45 


1,070 


41 


238 


325 


6 


237 


Masonry 


9 


127 


8 


114 


6 


38 


41 


1 


13 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


78 


725 


72 


610 


76 


221 


308 


6 


115 


Plaster i ng 


4 


13 


4 


13 


3 


4 


6 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


13 


167 


11 


156 


14 


34 


41 


2 


11 


Other 


51 


1,926 


43 


1,747 


30 


390 


658 


8 


179 



\J IncludM OiMri 



pcopricjon aod finn iD«inb«n of unincofperated buMim 



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TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Toui] for 


aU report- IT 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, || 


Establishments report- 




ing establishment! j| 


and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


City and 


Number o( 


Vahie <A 


Number oi 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value oi 


kind of business 


establish- 
ments 


work 
pcrionned 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


Roll 2/ 


establish- 
menU 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


add 000 




(add 000) 


LOS ANGELES 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,042 


$44,363 


915 


$39,466 


901 


11,237 


$13,339 


127 


$4,897 


239 


29,591 


196 


26,662 


161 


8,054 


9,301 


43 


2,929 


190 


12,306 


152 


10,997 


132 


3,981 


3,651 


38 


1,309 


Highway 


22 


6,735 


19 


6,161 


16 


1,743 


2,099 


3 


574 


Heavy Construction 


27 


10,550 


25 


9,504 


13 


2,330 


3,551 


2 


1,046 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


803 


14,772 


719 


12,804 


740 


3,183 


4,038 


84 


1,968 


53 


351 


49 


314 


56 


39 


98 


4 


37 


Concreti ng 


13 


210 


11 


202 


9 


76 


70 


2 


8 


Electrical 


112 


2,231 


89 


1,820 


86 


378 


548 


23 


411 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


14 


383 


14 


383 


12 


125 


141 


— 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


292 


4,883 


279 


4,343 


286 


881 


1,155 


13 


540 


24 


931 


22 


891 


23 


156 


231 


2 


40 


Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


7 


224 


7 


224 


10 


55 


67 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, pluirbing 


32 


1.221 


30 


1,075 


23 


232 


331 


2 


146 


Heati'ig, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


PI umbi ng 


229 


2,507 


220 


2,153 


230 


438 


526 


9 


354 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooli ng 


123 


2,696 


1C8 


2.184 


114 


481 


585 


15 


512 


63 


2,123 


54 


1,804 


57 


383 


471 


9 


319 


Sheet Metal 


59 


1 573 


53 


380 


57 


98 


114 


6 


r 193 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


1 


1 








""■ 


Masonry 


8 


61 


3 


10 


4 


7 


2 


5 


51 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


76 


868 


68 


728 


76 


274 


318 


8 


140 


Plaster i ng 

Ti le and mantel 


10 


465 


9 


417 


11 


109 


156 


1 


48 


39 


301 


32 


753 


33 


181 


206 


7 


48 


Other 


63 


1,823 


57 


1,650 


53 


572 


759 


6 


173 


MILWAUKEE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,119 


15,054 


1,046 


13.750 


946 


3,763 


4,450 


73 


2,304 


107 


6,904 


92 


5,508 


46 


1,550 


1,876 


15 


1,396 


82 


2,657 


74 


2,412 


43 


805 


924 


8 


245 


Highway " 


17 


1,552 


11 


438 


3 


131 


129 


6 


1,114 


Heavy Construction 


8 


2,695 


7 


2,658 


— 


614 


823 


1 


37 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


1,012 


9,150 


954 


8,242 


900 


2,213 


2,574 


58 


908 


154 


674 


! 150 


668 


149 


154 


134 


4 


6 


Concreti ng 


19 


121 


19 


121 


19 


35 


24 


— 


— 


Electrical 


75 


998 


68 


916 


50 


236 


325 


7 


82 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


9 


86 


9 


86 


9 


20 


22 


— 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


330 


3,567 


302 


3,191 


281 


752 


856 


28 


376 


46 


1,019 


38 


759 


33 


159 


201 


8 


260 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


46 


560 


43 


515 


33 


140 


140 


3 


45 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


93 




91 


t 








2 




Heating, piping, plumbing 




1,077 




> 1,068 


87 


260 


293 




« 


wi th sheet metal 


1 




1 


I 








— 




Plumbing 


144 


911 


129 


849 


128 


193 


222 


15 


62 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


63 


1,139 


56 


916 


46 


265 


333 


7 


223 


El 


739 


18 


651 


9 


202 


259 


3 


88 


Sheet Metal 


36 


372 


32 


237 


30 


57 


69 


4 


135 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


6 


28 


6 


28 


7 


6 


5 


— 


— 


Masonry 


28 


190 


25 


174 


25 


56 


56 


3 


16 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 


250 


1,147 


245 


1,131 


251 


405 


458 


5 


16 


Piaster! ng 


41 


216 


41 


216 


46 


73 


63 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


11 


242 


11 


242 


4 


72 


93 


— 


— 


Other 


32 


770 


28 


581 


20 


145 


210 


4 


189 



1/ Include* Operative Buildei 
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TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


all report- 1 


Estab 


ishmentA reporting work pertormed, personnel, j 


Establishments report- 


City and 


ing ettablilhrnents J 






Knd pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number ol 


Vnhie of 

work 
perlormed 


Number o! 


Value of 

work 
pertormed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
memtjers 


Em- ] 
ploye» 


Pay 


Number of 


Value ol 

work 
perfonned 


kind of business 


establith- 
ments 


establish- 
ments 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 






(add 000) 




(add COO) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


NEW YORK 

General Contractors 

Building :/ 


6,312 


$189,518 


5,02d 


j.174,428 


4,938 


39,499 


$62,396 


384 


^15,190 


670 


87.092 


588 


78.567 


173 


17.980 


38,843 


83 


8.525 


526 


40,305 


459 


38,725 


141 


9,553 


15,769 


67 


1,560 


Highway 


53 


7,304 


49 


6,510 


13 


1,466 


1,787 


4 


794 


Heavy Construction 


91 


39,483 


80 


33,332 


19 


6,961 


11,387 


11 


6,151 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


5.642 


102.526 


5.440 


95.861 


4.756 


21.519 


33.553 


202 


6.665 


595 


4,674 


581 


4,422 


576 


961 


1,159 


14 


353 


Concreti ng 


55 


2,192 


52 


2,048 


37 


594 


889 


3 


144 


Electrical 


870 


15,281 


819 


14,360 


743 


3,186 


5,898 


51 


931 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


18 


5,754 


17 


4,304 


3 


1,435 


1,783 


1 


1,450 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


£.353 


38.127 


2.323 


37,460 


3,022 


7,115 


10.710 


30 


667 


231 


11,471 


216 


11,006 


133 


1,968 


3,227 


15 


465 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


57 


3,151 


55 


3,132 


43 


555 


1,070 


3 


29 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


909 


12,742 


906 


12,719 


765 


2,550 


3,596 


3 


23 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


Z9 


514 


29 


614 


31 


157 


333 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


1,130 


10,066 


1,110 


9,916 


1,054 


1,864 


2,550 


10 


150 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


7 


83 


7 


83 


6 


31 


35 


— 


— 


Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofing 


546 


6.215 


633 


5,967 


605 


1,371 


1,751 


13 


248 


263 


1,925 


258 


1,874 


256 


476 


503 


5 


51 


Sheet Metal 


112 


1,312 


111 


1,266 


108 


354 


423 


1 


46 


Roofing and sheet metal 


271 


2,973 


264 


2,827 


241 


641 


835 


7 


151 


Masonry 


66 


2,733 


54 


3,421 


39 


544 


936 


13 


313 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


541 


7,775 


512 


7,057 


459 


2,183 


3,437 


39 


718 


Plaster i ng 


58 


2,334 


58 


3,334 


33 


746 


1,186 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


104 


2,234 


90 


1,782 


75 


460 


731 


14 


452 


Other 


336 


15,207 


301 


13,706 


176 


3,934 


5,093 


35 


1,501 


PHILADELPHIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,261 


40,349 


2,181 


38,293 


2,160 


10,014 


12,735 


80 


2,056 


254 


16.359 


244 


15,184 


189 


4,285 


5,303 


10 


1,175 


218 


12,244 il 2U 


11,690 


165 


3,043 


3,709 


7 


554 


Highway 


18 


1,267 1 16 


789 


13 


331 


313 


3 


478 


Heavy Construction 


18 


2,848 


17 


3,705 


11 


911 


1,181 


1 


143 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car penter i ng 


2,007 


23.990 


1.937 


23,109 


1.971 


5,729 


7,523 


70 


881 


209 


1,006 


203 


938 


323 


258 


363 


6 


68 


Concreti ng 


39 


504 


39 


504 


35 


185 


177 


— 


— 


Electrical 


143 


2,695 


131 


2,611 


118 


650 


1,212 


13 


84 


Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


9 


177 ' 8 


175 


9 


131 


93 


1 


2 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


789 


11,062 :' 776 


10.934 


810 


2,378 


3,036 


13 


128 


45 


4.178 


44 


4,164 


33 


715 


1,113 


1 


14 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


132 


1,634 


126 


1,585 


132 


482 


538 


6 


49 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


326 


3,911 


324 


3,877 


349 


853 


1,071 


3 


34 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


28 


222 


23 


333 


31 


67 


63 


— 


— 


Plumbi ng 


251 


1,069 


248 


1,043 


258 


253 


243 


3 


37 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


7 


4S 


6 


44 


7 


10 


10 


1 


4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


15R 


1,850 


142 


1.659 


141 


413 


483 


16 


191 


84 


933 


73 


834 


68 


203 


343 


U 


98 


Sheet Metal 


24 


206 


21 


149 


22 


47 


51 


3 


57 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


50 


712 


46 


676 


51 


162 


190 


3 


36 


Masonry 


53 


482 


43 


420 


42 


178 


170 


10 


63 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


486 


3,998 


483 


2,973 


497 


883 


1,150 


3 


25 


Plaster i ng 


30 


112 


30 


113 


33 


40 


36 


— • 


— 


Tile and mantel 


20 


439 


18 


408 


18 


105 


144 


3 


31 


Other 


71 


2,665 


64 


2,375 


45 


509 


770 


7 


290 



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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










BUSINESS 
















TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND 


PAY ROLL 












BY KIND OF BUSINESS 












Total lor 


all report- 1 


Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, | 


Establishments report- 


City and 


ing establilhmenti | 


and pay roll 






ing work performed only 


Number of 


Vahie of 

work 
performed 


Number of 


Value of 


Active pro- 


Em- 
ployees 


Pay 


Number of 


Value of 


kind of business 


establuh- 
mentt 


esUUish- 
menb 


work 
perfoiraed 


prietors 
and firm 
members 


( Average 
for 


RoU 2/ 


establish- 
ments 


work 
performed 






(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


(add 000) 




(add 000) 


PITTSBURGH 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


416 


tl6.828 


360 


^3,535 


322 


3,823 


$5,026 


56 


(3,293 


66 


10,050 


55 


7,491 


30 


2,417 


2,952 


11 


2,659 


41 


4,436 


33 


4,089 


21 


1,405 


1,823 


8 


347 


Highway 


13 


2,231 


11 


1,981 


6 


698 


649 


2 


250 


Heavy Construction 


12 


3,383 


11 


1,421 


3 


314 


480 


1 


1.962 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


350 


6,778 


305 


6,044 


292 


1,406 


2,074 


45 


734 


10 


143 


9 


29 


13 


7 


5 


1 


U4 


Concreti ng 


2 


X 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Electrical 


43 


1,012 


31 


943 


24 


182 


341 


12 


69 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


160 


2,723 


148 


2,442 


141 


467 


685 


12 


281 


26 


803 


19 


570 


8 


120 


172 


7 


233 


Heating and pipi ng 




















with sheet metal 


10 


108 


10 


108 


10 


36 


44 


— 


... 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


35 




34 










1 




Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 




1,217 




1,198 


32 


173 


286 




19 


with sheet metal 


1 




1 










— 


Plumbi ng 


88 


595 


84 


566 


91 


138 


183 


4 


29 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


46 


638 


41 


597 


44 


139 


179 


5 


41 


Roo f i ng 


10 


251 


9 


248 


6 


46 


67 


1 


3 


Sheet Metal 


14 


145 


11 


131 


13 


38 


41 


3 


14 


Rood ng and sheet metal 


22 


242 


21 


218 


25 


55 


71 


1 


24 


Masonry 


7 


60 


3 


35 


5 


13 


14 


4 


25 


Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


33 


431 


28 


386 


32 


155 


177 


5 


45 


Plastering 


4 


184 


4 


184 


5 


51 


109 


— 





Tile and ma n te 1 


12 


380 


12 


380 


8 


129 


148 


— 


— 


Other 


32 


1,154 


26 


995 


^9 


239 


391 


6 


159 


SAN FRANCISCO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


651 


29,625 


596 


28,300 


591 


7,606 


10,235 


55 


1,325 


133 


17.171 


124 


16.953 


99 


4.744 


6.249 


9 


218 


94 


6,549 


85 


6,131 


78 


1,666 


2,051 


9 


218 


Highway 


11 


3,365 


11 


3,365 


1 


828 


1,095 








Heavy Construction 


28 


7,457 


28 


7,457 


20 


2,250 


3,103 


— 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


518 


12.454 


472 


11.347 


492 


2.862 


3.986 


46 


1.107 


53 


616 


45 


335 


53 


73 


84 


8 


281 


Concreti ng 


15 


404 


15 


404 


19 


150 


185 


— 


-. 


Electrical 


84 


3,189 


67 


3,016 


64 


521 


895 


17 


173 


Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


2 


z 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


.. 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


1S9 


2.690 


136 


2,411 


142 


656 


657 


3 


279 


17 


544 


16 


294 


19 


58 


76 


1 


250 


Heati ng and pipi ng 




















wi th sheet rretal 


12 


154 


12 


154 


14 


39 


43 


— 


~ 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


28 


1,083 


28 


1,083 


28 


206 


310 


" 


~ 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


5 


429 


5 


429 


5 


258 


113 


— 


~ 


Plumbi ng 


77 


480 


75 


451 


76 


95 


U5 


2 


29 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


" 


— 


Roofing and slieet metal group 

Roo f 1 ng 


40 


8U 


38 


728 


41 


138 


2U 


2 


83 


15 


54S 


15 


545 


17 


103 


158 


— 


~ 


Sheet Metal 


25 


266 


23 


183 


24 


35 


63 


2 


83 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


" 


-- 


— 


Masonry 


11 


X 


8 


X 


X 


X 


X 


3 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorating 


101 


1,490 


94 


1,415 


102 


S16 


736 


7 


75 


Plastering 
Tile and mantel 


16 


382 


16 


382 


16 


122 


161 


— 


~ 


14 


346 


14 


346 


19 


86 


108 


— 


— 


Other 


43 


2,090 


37 


1,942 


23 


496 


800 


6 


148 



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nincorporaied buair 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE I. -ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KIND OF BUSINESS 



Establishments reporting work performed, personnel, 
ind pay roll 



City and 
kind of business 



I'otal for all report- 
ing eatafalishments 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



Vnlue of 

work 
periormed 

(add OOP) 



Number ol 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

work 
perionned 
(add OOP) 



Active pro- 
prietors 



Em- [ 

ployees Pay 

(Average Rol! 2/ 

for 

year) 



Establishments report 
ing work performed only 



Number 
establish- 
ments 



Value of 

^ork 
periormed 
(add OOP) 



General Contractors 

Building 1/ 
Highway ' 
Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet r 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhang 

and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



netal 



$26,604 



5,495 
1,404 
7,617 



123 

460 

1,930 

100 
4,157 



1,982 



346 
414 



1,415 

1,589 



1,115 

443 

31 

671 

1,141 
302 
383 

1,232 



?.24,473 



SB, 021 



13,833 



3,185 



3,992 



5,341 
1,324 
7,158 

10,650 



1,41'i 

301 

1,469 



l|l 

425 
1,767 



113 

440 

1,892 

100 
3,571 



29 
124 
454 



1,407 



335 
414 



1,415 
1,274 



173 

758 



1,163 



141 
127 



365 
346 



102 
123 



485 
433 



1,017 

245 

12 

468 

1,129 
294 
266 

1,103 



294 
111 



S2,131 



1.438 



117 
129 



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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










UNITED STATES SUMMARY 








TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PKRIOKMKD, PERSONNEL. PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, FOR 


ALL KINDS 


or BUSINESS- 




















Percent of 


Geographic Divisions 


Number of 
establish- 


Value of 
work 


Active pro- 
prietors 


Em- 

ployees 
Average 


Pa» 
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Cost of 
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performed 


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(add 000) 


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UNITI;D STATES TOTAL 


46,429 


»1, 330, 835 


44,531 


379,067 


8435,802 


§559,441 


32.8 42.0 


NEW ENGLAND 

Connecticut 


4,350 


92,104 


4,044 


25,853 


32,319 


38,324 


35.1 


41.6 


981 


26,320 


871 


8,025 


9,546 


10,439 


36.3 


34.7 ' 


Maine 


536 


5,553 


526 


1,783 


1,897 


2,274 


34.2 


41.0 


Massachusetts 


2,284 


48,279 


2,093 


12.516 


16,731 


20,309 


34.7 


42.1 


New Hampshi re 


218 


4,237 


229 


1,215 


1,415 


1,962 


33.4 


46.3 


Rhode Island 


190 


6,388 


162 


1,867 


2,294 


2,794 


35.9 


43.7 


Veimoiit 


141 


1,327 


163 


447 


436 


546 


32,9 


41.1 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 


13.053 


336.697 


11,784 


82,455 


115,637 


140, r. '9 


34.3 


41.7 


2,712 


43,309 


2,524 


10,766 


14,224 


18, £09 


32.8 


42.0 


New York 


6 ,46?. 


215,569 


5,291 


50,768 


76,391 


88,840 


35.4 


41.2 


Pennsvlvania 


3,879 


77,819 


3,969 


20,921 


25,022 


33,250 


32.2 


42.7 


EAST NORTH.CENTRAL 

Illinois 


9,843 


274,832 


9,351 


75,352 


93,820 


112,300 


34.1 


40.9 


2,391 


107,957 


2,170 


29,590 


39,102 


43,315 


36.2 


40.1 


Indiana 


1,402 


24,966 


1,439 


6.901 


7,252 


11,677 


29.0 


46.8 


Michigan 


1,255 


47,638 


1,175 


13.225 


17,251 


18,962 


36.2 


39.8 


Ohio 


2,649 


62,137 


2,492 


16,167 


20,475 


24,1)63 


33.0 


39.5 


Wisconsin 


2,146 


32,134 


2,075 


9,469 


9,740 


13,783 


30.3 


42.9 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 

Iowa 


5,157 


152,660 


5,280 


49,167 


46,253 


63,865 


30.3 


41.8 


881 


21,752 


938 


6,058 


5,977 


10,049 


27.5 


46.2 


Kansas 


498 


9,056 


537 


2,977 


2,499 


3,992 


27.6 


44.1 


Ml nnesota 


1,492 


41,938 


1,597 


15,658 


12,668 


16,376 


30.2 


39.0 


Missouri 


1,530 


58,365 


1,419 


17,430 


18,739 


24,194 


32.1 1 41.5 


Nebraska 


495 


15,056 


518 


4,981 


4,612 


6.461 


30.6 1 42.9 


North Dakota 


104 


2,617 


118 


946 


739 


1,084 


28.2, 41.4 


South Dakota 


157 


3,876 


159 


1,117 


1,019 


1,709 


26.3 


44.1 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 


4,154 


147,586 


3,845 


47,199 


46,909 


67,556 


31.8 


45.8 


150 


4,328 


123 


1,395 


1,598 


1,716 


36.9 


39.6 


District of Columbia 


305 


24,746 


202 


6,197 


8,339 


11.151 


33.7 


45.1 


Florida 


670 


25,761 


579 


8,518 


8,180 


11,872 


31.8 


46,1 


Georgia 


533 


20,711 


492 


7,278 


6,244 


8,954 


30.1 


43.2 


Maryland 


710 


17,703 


680 


5,227 


5,594 


8,135 


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18,924 


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9,774 


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3,593 


3,101 


4,733 


31.7 


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18,114 


663 


5,376 


5,539 


8,983 


30.6 


49.6 


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7,525 


355 


3,169 


2,607 


2,757 


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44,367 


2,138 


16,612 


12,886 


20,056 


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7,830 


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2,350 


3,747 


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13,903 


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4,921 


4,052 


5,608 


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262 


2,447 


283 


1,043 


688 


1,133 


28.1 


46.3 


Tennessee 


582 


20,187 


591 


7,642 


5,796 


9,568 


28.7 


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1,953 


71,479 


1,935 


25,998 


20,987 


29,774 


29.4 


41.7 


214 


4,417 


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1,219 


1,985 


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14,315 


215 


4,290 


3,955 


6,071 


27.6 


42.4 


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351 


11,476 


343 


3,432 


2,990 


4,642 


26.1 


40.4 


Texas 


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41,271 


1,147 


16,073 


12,823 


17,076 


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41,667 


1,591 


13,117 


13,702 


15,655 


32.9 


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3,560 


127 


1,287 


1,321 


1,615 


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8,704 


371 


2,615 


2,894 


3,058 


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163 


7,742 


191 


2,709 


2,946 


2,188 


38.1 


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160 


5,951 


169 


1,871 


1,853 


2,292 


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42 


1,901 


41 


583 


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609 


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67 


2,857 


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678 


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1,279 


25.5 


44.8 


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8,115 


358 


2,554 


2,422 


3,469 


29.8 


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2,837 


253 


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809 


1,145 


28.5 


40.4 


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169,443 


4,563 


43,314 


54,289 


71,612 


32.0 


42.3 


3,319 


118,144 


3,481 


30,711 


37,786 


50,098 


32.0 


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446 


19,518 


471 


5,369 


6,636 


7,307 


34.0 


37.4 


Washington 


631 


31,781 


611 


7,234 


9,867 


14,207 


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BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

ESTABLISHMENTS, WOr.K PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 
OF MATERIAL, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 



State and 
kind of bi»in'»t 



ALABAMA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Consttuction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ig 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
txcavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Hcati ng and pi pi ng 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbing 

Heating, piping, plumtiing 
wi th sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorating 
Piaster! ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



ARIZONA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 

Concreti ng 

Electrical 

Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
with sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbing 

Heating, piping, plumbing 
with sheet metal 

PI umbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorating 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



Number ol 

a«ah.:jh- 

ments 



VuJue of 

wortt 
pcifoTinad 

(acVI 000) 



♦7,630 



2,108 
2,309 



1,252 



16 



169 
679 



62 
108 



£A5 
159 



3,860 



2,891 



775 

1,867 

249 



SI 
133 



Active pro- 
prietora 
and firm 
m^mbcn 



Em- 
ployees 
Average 
for 
yew) 



2.045 



877 
1,168 



1,287 



1.128 



223 

807 



Pay 
Roil y 



(add 000) 



♦2,350 



738 
705 



63 

161 



16 

27 

118 



9 
122 



1,321 



255 

809 

82 



Cost of 
material 
installed 



♦3.?^'^ 



2,m 



1,047 
1,064 



1.636 



14 
UO 



1,615 



1.325 



366 
853 
106 



Percent of 
total work 
performed 



Pay 
RoU 



36.0 
30.5 

26,0 



43.8 
26.4 



25.8 
25.0 



30.7 



33.5 
£5.9 



29.0 
44.7 



32.9 
43.3 
32.9 



13.7 
29.3 



16.1 
26.7 



25.5 

X 

5^.9 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABUSHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent ol 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number ol 

ertaUiiih- 

mcnts 


Value oi 

work 
paformed 


Active pro- 
prieton 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployeea 
Average 

for 

year) 


Pay 

Roll y 


Cost oi 
material 

installed 


total work . 
performed | 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


ARKANSAS 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


214 


♦4.417 


230 


2.203 


$1,219 


tl,985 


27.6 


44.9 


56 


3.050 


59 


1.765 


856 


1.416 


28.1 


46.4 


38 


889 


42 


281 


251 


472 


28.2 


53.1 


Highway 


12 


1.808 


13 


1.297 


499 


755 


27.6 


41.8 


Heavy Construction 


6 


353 


4 


187 


106 


189 


30.0 


53.5 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


158 


1.367 


171 


438 


363 


569 


26.6 


41.6 


44 


123 


50 


37 


23 


42 


18.7 


34.1 


Concreti ng 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


T. 


X 


X 


Electrical 


14 


183 


15 


52 


58 


88 


28.4 


48.1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


46 


523 


47 


142 


119 


232 


22.8 


44.4 


3 
















Heati ng and pipi ng 




70 


6 


21 


19 


27 


27,1 


38.6 


wi th sheet metal 


2 
















Heating, piping, plumbing 


22 


209 


22 


61 


48 


104 


23.0 


49.8 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


3 


147 


3 


24 


27 


67 


18.4 


45.6 


Plumbing 


16 


97 


16 


36 


25 


34 


25.8 


35.1 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sfieel metal group 

Roofing 


16 


210 


19 


74 


61 


89 


29.0 


42.4 


8 


69 


e 


■52 


19 


36 


27.5 


52.2 


Sheet Metal 


6 


1 


11 


42 


42 


53 


29.8 


37.6 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


2 


1 














Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


26 


60 


28 


19 


15 


14 


25.0 


23.3 


Plastering 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Other 


5 


lao 


4 


44 


41 


56 


34.2 


46.7 


CALIFORNIA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


3,319 


118.144 


3.481 


30,711 


37,786 


50.098 


32.0 


42.4 


856 


77,562 


814 


21.237 


25.765 


33.102 


33.2 


42.7 


657 


31,142 


657 


9,267 


9,797 


14,582 


31.5 


46.8 


Highway 


91 


18,212 


70 


5,375 


6,357 


7,606 


34.9 


41.8 


Heavy Construction 


108 


28,208 


87 


6,596 


9,511 


10.914 


34.1 


38.7 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


2,463 


40,582 


2,667 


9,474 


12.021 


16.996 


29.6 


41.9 


242 


1,263 


272 


290 


295 


511 


23.4 


40.5 


Concreti ng 


97 


1,276 


108 


386 


420 


566 


32.9 


44.4 


Electrical 


290 


6.094 


300 


1,277 


1.862 


2.734 


30.6 


44.9 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


26 


2,358 


31 


414 


578 


54 


24.5 


2.3 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


799 


12,107 


865 


2.552 


3.021 


6,000 


25.0 


49.6 


46 


1,461 


48 


280 


390 


772 


26.7 


52.8 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















with sheet metal 


63 


1.034 


75 


238 


274 


497 


26.5 


48.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


157 


3,826 


152 


753 


1,070 


1,928 


28.0 


50.4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


53 


1,290 


56 


445 


333 


665 


25.8 


51.6 


PI umbi ng 


453 


4.253 


498 


799 


911 


2,023 


21.4 


47.6 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


27 


243 


36 


37 


43 


U5 


17.7 


47.3 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


270 


5,212 


282 


1.092 


1,340 


2,570 


25.7 


49.3 


179 


4,507 


182 


939 


1,154 


2.298 


25.6 


51.0 


Sheet Metal 


87 


633 


96 


134 


160 


242 


25.3 


38.2 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


4 


72 


4 


19 


26 


30 


56.1 


41.7 


Masonry 


33 


467 


36 


126 


176 


174 


37.7 


37.3 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


364 


3.284 


421 


1.070 


1,398 


863 


42.6 


26.3 


Plastering 


92 


1.320 


109 


400 


485 


568 


36.7 


43.0 


Tile and mantel 


116 


2,186 


127 


514 


581 


1,173 


26.6 


53.7 


Other 


132 


5,015 


116 


1,353 


1,865 


1,783 


37.2 


35.6 



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\J includes Operali 



inly reports on Fonn 60. Additional report 

' Buildei*. Z/ Includes no compenMlion tor proprielora 



mzed in text Table 

ncorponled buMnc«*ea.X' Withheld 



. avoid disclosure ol individual operatic 



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BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










TABI.F. 2- ESTABUSHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJISONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 










OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 
























Percent o( 


Stole and 
kind of businctt 


Number oi 

cM>Ui«h- 

nMoto 


Value o( 

work 
perfotmad 


Active pio- 
prieiora 
■nd firm 
membcn 


Em- 
ployea 
Average 

lor 

yew) 


P«y 
Roll y 


Cost o< 
mmtenal 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(mdd 000) 






(■dd 000) 


(>dd 000) 


Roll 


fijj 


COLORADO 

General Conlr^^ctors 

eullding 1/ 


367 


48.704 


371 


2,615 


i2,894 


fc5,058 


33-2 


7&.\ 


45 


5,523 


48 


1.836 


1.946 


1.709 


35.3 


30.9 


24 


1,096 


30 


330 


351 


401 


32.0 


36.6 


Highway 


9 


2,903 


6 


853 


893 


792 


30.8 


27.3 


Heavy Construction 


13 


1,524 


12 


653 


702 


516 


45.1 


33.9 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


382 


3,181 


323 


789 


948 


1,349 


29.8 


48.4 


35 


94 


36 


30 


14 


33 


14.9 


35,1 


Concreti ng 


3 


20 


3 


9 


7 


9 


35.0 


45.0 


Electrical 


34 


526 


29 


149 


240 


160 


45.S 


30.4 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Healing and plumbing group 

Hcati ng and pipi ng 


175 


1,858 


175 


414 


469 


878 


25.2 


47.3 


9 


86 


8 


20 


32 


38 


37.2 


44,2 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi Ih sheet metal 


32 


274 


31 


60 


69 


122 


25.2 


44.5 


Heating, pipl ng, plumbing 


66 


928 


65 


808 


241 


449 


26.0 


49. 4 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


7 


275 


7 


51 


69 


144 


25.1 


52.4 


PI umbi ng 


60 


I 295 


64 


75 


58 


125 


19.7 


42.4 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 














Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


25 


254 


26 


65 


56 


116 


22.0 


45.7 


7 


171 


6 


45 


40 


84 


23.4 


49.1 


Sheet Metal 


16 


1 


20 


20 


16 


.^2 


19.3 


38.6 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


2 














IVIasonry 


1 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


37 


183 


43 


70 


69 


48 


37.7 


26.2 


Plastering 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Tile and mantel 


4 


110 


3 


30 


31 


44 


28.2 


40,0 


Other 


5 


118 


2 


22 


52 


60 


44.1 


50.8 


CONNECTICUT 

General Contractors 

Building \J 


981 


26,320 


871 


8,025 


9,546 


10,439 


36.3 


39.7 


262 


17,839 


200 


5,757 


6,736 


6,893 


37.8 


38.6 


201 


6,797 


177 


1,996 


8,356 


3,034 


34.7 


44.6 


Highway 


50 


9,802 


13 


3,283 


3,793 


3,495 


38.7 


35.7 


Heavy Construction 


11 


1,240 


10 


478 


587 


364 


47.3 


29.4 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


719 


8.481 


671 


2,268 


2,810 


3,546 


33.1 


41.8 


109 


511 


120 


129 


112 


219 


21.9 


42.9 


Concreti ng 


29 


195 


33 


106 


67 


64 


34.4 


32.8 


Electrical 


73 


741 


61 


174 


242 


289 


33.7 


39.0 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


16 


168 


17 


56 


62 


36 


36.9 


21.4 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


213 


3,890 


J38 


877 


1,224 


1,884 


31.5 


48.4 


21 


659 


8 


154 


231 


274 


35.1 


41.6 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


16 


198 


15 


49 


56 


100 


38.3 


50.5 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


90 


1,462 


83 


326 


459 


776 


31.4 


53.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


64 


1,365 


63 


315 


440 


624 


33.3 


45.8 


PI umbi ng 


22 


208 


19 


33 


38 


110 


18.3 


52.9 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


--. 


— 




.- 


.- 


— 


.. 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


49 


1,114 


32 


327 


368 


457 


33.0 


41.0 


31 


749 


18 


325 


236 


293 


31.5 


39.1 


Sheet Metal 


9 


67 


8 


14 


21 


30 


31,3 


44.8 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


9 


398 


6 


88 


111 


134 


37.8 


45.0 


Masonry 


29 


277 


31 


90 


81 


106 


39.3 


38.3 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


164 


871 


164 


331 


371 


310 


42.6 


24.1 


Plastering 


7 


89 


9 


30 


41 


33 


46.1 


37.1 


Tile and mantel 


8 


168 


5 


53 


67 


66 


39.9 


39.3 


Other 


22 


457 


11 


105 


175 


183 


38.3 


39.8 



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BUSINESS 


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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 






OF MATERLIU, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind o< bunneu 


Number of 

oUbUsh- 

ments 


V«hM of 
work 

{mid 000) 


Activ« pro- 
prieton 
and film 
mcmbcn 


Em- 
ploycet 
Avermcc 

lor 

ye«) 


P.y 
RoU 2/ 

(add 000) 


Com oi 
matenal 
installed 

(add 000) 


total work 
performed 


Pay 
RoU 


Mate 
rial 


DELAWARE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


150 


$4,326 


123 


1,396 


$1,598 


$1,716 


35.9 


39.6 


40 


2,147 


31 


732 


788 


837 


36.7 


39.0 


34 


1,398. 


28 


458 


536 


610 


38.4 


43.7 


Highway 


4 


751 


3 


278 


252 


227 


33.6 


30.2 


Heavy Construction 


2 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


UO 


£,181 


92 


663 


810 


879 


37.1 


40.3 


17 


191 


18 


38 


■50 


85 


26.2 


44.5 


Concreti ng 


1 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Electrical 


13 


359 


8 


98 


123 


139 


34.3 


38.7 


Excavati ng anct/or 


















foundation 


2 


z 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


46 


958 


37 


289 


327 


445 


34.1 


46.5 


4 


60 


4 


18 


22 


24 


36.7 


40.0 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


6 


281 


1 


108 


118 


U8 


42.0 


42.0 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumb! ng 


23 


410 


21 


103 


136 


207 


32.9 


50.5 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 


4 


17 


3 


6 


2 


9 


11.8 


5E.9 


Plumbing 


9 


190 


8 


37 


SO 


87 


26.3 


45.8 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 
















Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


8 


132 


9 


29 


35 


55 


26.5 


41.7 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


z 


Sheet Metal 


-- 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Roofing and sheet metal 


6 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Masonry 


2 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


z 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorating 
Plastering 


18 

4 


299 
86 


IS 
5 


132 
18 


174 
£4 


68 
27 


58.2 
38.9 


22.7 
41.5 


Ti le and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


■* 






Other 


1 


X 


X 


z 


X 


z 


z 


z 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


305 


24,748 


202 


6,197 


8,339 


11.151 


33.7 


45.1 


101 


13.817 


65 


3,562 


4,254 


6.225 


30.8 


45.1 


90 


9.480 


63 


2.380 


2,915 


4,398 


30.7 


46.4 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


8 
3 


1 4,337 


2 


1.182 


1.339 


1,827 


30.9 


42.1 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


204 


10,929 


137 


2,635 


4.085 


4,926 


37.4 


45.1 


17 


213 


14 


46 


85 


68 


39.9 


31.9 


Concreti ng 


6 


972 


1 


262 


417 


538 


42.9 


55.3 


Electrical 


28 


2,385 


19 


371 


857 


1.057 


35.9 


44.3 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


5 


274 


— 


108 


116 


18 


42.3 


5.8 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


75 


3,147 


49 


652 


1,014 


1.457 


32.2 


46.3 


18 


889 


10 


156 


278 


440 


31.3 


49.5 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


8 


83 


5 


27 


32 


32 


38.6 


38.6 


Heating, piping, plumb"ing 


29 


1,508 


17 


307 


490 


715 


32.5 


47.4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


91 


2 


29 


33 


31 


36.3 


34.1 


PI umbi ng 


IS 


} 578 


IS 


133 


181 


239 


31.4 


41.5 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


1 














Roofing and sheet metal group 


17 


610 


14 


175 


208 


188 


40.8 


36.9 


Roofi ng 
Sheet Metal 


3 


132 


1 


37 


54 


49 


40.9 


37.1 


7 


103 


8 


31 


38 


42 


36.0 


40.8 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


275 


5 


107 


118 


97 


42.9 


35.3 


Masonry 


3 


S92 


S 


94 


183 


177 


46.7 


45.2 


Painting, paperhanging 


22 

2 


} 880 














and decorating 
Plaster i ng 


22 


400 


487 


253 


53.1 


28.8 


Ti le and mantel 


9 


629 


6 


175 


249 


320 


39.6 


50.9 


Other 


19 


1,527 


7 


332 


489 


862 


32.0 


55.8 



•Thit t*bl« 
t/ Include* 



nly report* on fonn 
Buildeis.^ Include! 



Additional report* aecured on other form* mi 
corapcnsalion lor proprietor* *nd firm DMmbei 



■ummkrized in text Table C 

of UDiiicoTporatcd bu*ine>*e*- X* Withheld 



of individual operatic 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 








OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number oi 

(sUbluh- 

ments 


Value ol 

work 
perfonned 


Active pro- 
piietors 
and firm 
membcn 


Em- 
ployea 
Average 

for 

yea») 


Pay 

Roll 2/ 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


FLORIDA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


670 


»25,761 


579 


8,518 


#8,180 


#11,872 


31.8 


46.1 


204 


17,985 


134 


6,570 


5,682 


8,244 


31.6 


45.8 


16C 


8,361 


116 


2,730 


2,806 


4,245 


33.6 


50.8 


Highway 


19 


4,558 


9 


2,324 


1,208 


2,399 


26.5 


52.6 


Heavy Construction 


SS 


5,066 


9 


1,516 


1,668 


1,600 


32.9 


31.6 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


466 


7.776 


445 


1.948 


2.498 


3.628 


32.1 


46.7 


66 


407 


67 


87 


107 


176 


26.3 


43.2 


Concreti ng 


4 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


Electr ical 


89 


1,366 


78 


305 


418 


602 


30.6 


44.1 


ExcavatI ng and/or 


















foundation 


» 


_. 


_» 


__ 


«„ 


«_ 


__ 


__ 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pi pi ng 


170 


2,844 


169 


643 


821 


1,461 


28.9 


51.4 


2 


353 


12 


66 


103 


184 


29.2 


52.1 


wi th stieet metal 


10 
















Heating, piping, plumtiing 


51 


1,422 


49 


324 


447 


764 


31.4 


53.7 


Heating, pipi ng, plumlji ng 


















wi th sheet metai 


3 


22 


3 


6 


7 


9 


31.8 


40.9 


PI umbi ng 


95 


967 


95 


227 


246 


466 


25.4 


48.2 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


9 


80 


10 


20 


18 


38 


22.5 


47.5 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


56 


1.315 


62 


368 


382 


660 


29.0 


50.2 


15 


136 


19 


37 


26 


58 


19.1 


42.6 


Sheet Metal 


7 


77 


8 


28 


19 


28 


24.7 


36.4 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


34 


1,102 


36 


303 


337 


574 


30.6 


52.1 


Masonry 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


35 


241 


35 


81 


100 


71 


41,5 


29,5 


Plasteri ng 


10 


230 


7 


83 


110 


84 


47.8 


36.5 


Ti le and mantel 


22 


885 


16 


236 


316 


437 


35.7 


49.4 


Other 


13 


464 


5 


138 


238 


127 


51.3 


27.4 


GEORGIA 

General Contractors 

Bui Idi ng 1/ 


533 


20,711 


492 


7,278 


6, £44 


8,954 


30.1 


43.2 


177 


14,475 


159 


5,276 


4.077 


6,312 


28.2 


43.6 


149 


5,801 


142 


1,913 


1,579 


3,088 


27.2 


53.2 


Highway 


21 


6,765 


14 


2,731 


1,816 


2,539 


26.9 


37.5 


Heavy Construction 


7 


1,909 


3 


632 


680 


685 


35.6 


35,9 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


356 


6.236 


333 


2.002 


2.167 


2,642 


34.7 


42.4 


64 


271 


66 


122 


74 


95 


27.3 


35.1 


Concreti ng 


5 


172 


1 


131 


67 


70 


39.0 


40.7 


Electrical 


61 


1,196 


58 


343 


522 


397 


43.6 


33.2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 


103 


2.046 


100 


525 


586 


1,041 


26.6 


50.9 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


6 


246 


2 


72 


78 


125 


31.7 


50.8 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


7 


326 


4 


67 


103 


158 


31.6 


48.5 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


41 


1,066 


48 


252 


285 


578 


26.7 


54,2 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


4 


22 


5 


10 


8 


12 


36.4 


54.5 


Plumbi ng 


41 


330 


37 


104 


100 


135 


30.3 


40.9 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


4 


56 


4 


20 


12 


33 


21.4 


58.9 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


30 


1.019 


21 


293 


260 


524 


25,5 


51.4., 


Roofi ng 


13 


330 


8 


120 


91 


143 


27.6 


43.3 


3heet Metal 


2 

15 


689 


13 


173 


169 


381 


24.5 


55,3 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 
















Masonry 


4 


32 


4 


9 


7 


14 


21.9 


43,8 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorat i ng 


56 


484 


61 


203 


216 


122 


44.6 


25.2 


Plastering 


4 


311 


S 


136 


144 


132 


46.3 


42,4 


Tile and mantel 


12 


298 


10 


79 


106 


111 


35.6 


37.2 


Other 


17 


407 


10 


161 


185 


136 


45.5 


33.4 



*Thtt table include* only report* on Fonn 60. 
\J Include! OperAtive Buildeti. ^ Includu nc 



Additional reports accured 

comp cn»«tion foi proprietors 



and firm members of unincotporaled businesses X- Withheld to avoid disdo: 















Vo 


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TABLE 2- ESTABLISHMENTS. WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind o( biuineu 


Number of 

establish- 

ments 


Value of 

work 
peifonned 


Active pro- 
prieton 
and firm 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

for 


Pay 
Ron 2/ 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 








members 


yew) 














(add 000) 




(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


IDAHO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


163 


♦7,742 


191 


2,709 


$2,946 


$2,188 


38.1 


28.3 


54 


7,146 


67 


2,599 


2,823 


1,876 


39.5 


26.2 


40 


688 


50 


130 


191 


336 


27. 8 


48.8 


Highway 

Heavy Constcucticn 


12 
8 


[ 6,460 


17 


2,469 


2,632 


1,540 


40.7 


£3.8 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentenng 


109 


594 


124 


110 


123 


312 


20.7 


52.5 


41 


108 


48 


21 


15 


40 


13.9 


37. C 


Concreti ng 


4 


6 


4 


2 


1 


£ 


16.7 


33.3 


Electrical 


6 


69 


8 


14 


15 


35 


£1.7 


50.7 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


J 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


30 


285 


32 


44 


52 


177 


18.2 


62.1 


— 


— 














_. 


__ 


f eati ng and pipi ng 


















vyi th sheet metal 


4 


55 


5 


7 


6 


36 


10.9 


65. r 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


14 


185 


15 


£9 


38 


117 


20. f 


63. £ 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


£ 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Plumbi ng 


9 


35 


9 


6 


6 


19 


17.1 


54.3 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 




X 


X 


— 


— 














„ 





Sheet Metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 





-. 





Masonry 


3 


55 


3 


12 


19 


31 


34.5 


56.4 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and dccorati ng 


17 


41 


20 


11 


12 


1£ 


£9.3 


29.3 


Plasteri ng 


4 


12 


6 


2 


2 


6 


16.7 


50.0 


Tile and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 





Other 


Z 


X 


X 


^ 


X 


X 


^ 


^ 


ILLINOIS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,391 


107,957 


2,170 


29,590 


39,102 


43,315 


36.2 


40.1 


530 


67,635 


401 


19,685 


24,181 


27,125 


35.8 


40.1 


348 


25,629 


290 


6,887 


8,907 


11,602 


34.8 


45.3 


Highway 


120 


17,330 


84 


. 5,858 


5,576 


7,945 


3£.£ 


45.8 


Heavy Construction 


62 


24,676 


£7 


6,940 


9,698 


7,578 


39.3 


30.7 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


1,861 


40.322 


1,769 


9.905 


14.9E1 


16.190 


37.0 


40.2 


224 


1,453 


259 


360 


471 


563 


3£.4 


38.7 


Concreti ng 


49 


547 


50 


203 


215 


229 


39.3 


41.9 


Electrical 


191 


5,338 


170 


1,215 


2,125 


£,003 


39.8 


37.5 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


18 


597 


11 


143 


232 


144 


38.9 


24.1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


702 


16,925 


663 


3.781 


5.293 


7.593 


31.3 


44.9 


111 


7,039 


65 


1,540 


£,£32 


3,114 


31.7 


44. £ 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


.70 


1,350 


71 


331 


435 


580 


3£.£ 


43.0 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


270 


4,855 


267 


1,066 


1,456 


2,304 


30.0 


47.5 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


38 


1,715 


40 


425 


582 


808 


33.9 


47.1 


PI umbi ng 


209 


1,948 


215 


417 


586 


779 


30.1 


40. C 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


18 


5 


2 


2 


8 


11.1 


44.4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


221 


4,546 


199 


1,033 


1.530 


1.907 


33.7 


41.9 


106 


2,949 


89 


697 


1,001 


1,286 


33.9 


43.6 


Sheet Metal 


86 


582 


91 


121 


159 


218 


27.3 


37.5 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


29 


1,015 


19 


215 


370 


403 


36.5 


39.7 


Masonry 


34 


653 


37 


190 


£87 


££6 


44.0 


34.6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


239 


3,235 


247 


1,068 


1,801 


699 


55.7 


£1.6 


Plasteri ng 


43 


1,240 


38 


459 


728 


378 


58.7 


30.5 


Tile and mantel 


36 


690 


26 


£14 


£81 


292 


40.7 


42.3 


Other 


104 


5,098 


69 


1,239 


1,958 


2,156 


38.4 


4£.3 



"This tabu includet only leporU on Fonn 
1/ Includes Operftlive Buildei*.^ Indudei 



Addilit 



nd firm member i 



•umroarized in text Table C 

of unincorporated bu»neuc>. X' Withheld 



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! BUSINESS 



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TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 








OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 
























Percent of 


Stale and 
kind of biuinctt 


Number of 
ments 


Value of 

work 
peHoimed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

lor 
yew) 


Pay 
Roll y 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


loul work 
performed 


Pay 


Male 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


INDIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,402 


J24,966 


1,439 


6,901 


|7,252 


$11,677 


29.0 


46.8 


£55 


16,199 


246 


4,878 


4,791 


7,971 


29.6 


49.2 


175 


6,777 


186 


1,930 


2,158 


3,423 


31.8 


50.5 


Highway 


60 


7,719 


46 


2,462 


2,177 


3,805 


28.2 


49.3 


Heavy Construction 


20 


1,703 


14 


486 


456 


743 


26.3 


43.6 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenterl ng 


1.147 


8.767 


1,193 


2.023 


2.461 


3.706 


28.1 


42.3 


306 


724 


323 


142 


126 


207 


17.4 


28.6 


Concretl ng 


37 


229 


43 


86 


60 


96 


26.2 


41.9 


Electrical 


65 


616 


57 


147 


183 


264 


29.7 


42.9 


ExcavatI ng and/or 


















foundation 


6 


23 


6 


11 


9 


3 


39.1 


13.0 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipl rg 


343 


3.802 


348 


880 


1.007 


1,793 


26.5 


47.2 


26 


318 


21 


74 


94 


148 


29.6 


46.5 


Heati ng and pipl ng 


















wi th stieet metal 


55 


660 


54 


165 


177 


295 


26.8 


44.7 


Heat! ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


159 


2,243 


167 


500 


599 


1,112 


26.7 


49.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


20 


225 


18 


67 


71 


89 


31.6 


39.6 


Plumbing 


78 


350 


84 


74 


66 


147 


18.9 


42.0 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


4 


6 


4 


— 


— 


2 


— 


33.3 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


73 


820 


81 


175 


213 


358 


26.0 


43.7 


26 


397 


28 


87 


100 


178 


25.2 


44.8 


Sheet Metal 


33 


175 


39 


41 


53 


56 


30.3 


32.0 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


14 


248 


14 


47 


60 


124 


24.2 


5C.0 


Masonry 


14 


50 


21 


11 


11 


12 


22.0 


24.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


257 


669 


277 


154 


197 


124 


29.4 


18.5 


Plaster! ng 


23 


71 


25 


19 


25 


15 


35.2 


21.1 


Tile and mantel 


7 


152 


4 


46 


54 


67 


35.5 


44.1 


Other 


17 


1,611 


8 


352 


576 


767 


35.8 


47.6 


IOWA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


881 


21,752 


932 


6,058 


5,977 


10,049 


27.5 


46.2 


208 


16,239 


217 


4,758 


4,585 


7,529 


28.2 


46.4 


132 


4,490 


150 


1,225 


1,321 


2,226 


29.4 


49.6 


Highway 


62 


7,244 


56 


2,341 


2,027 


3,175 


28.0 


43.8 


Heavy Construction 


14 


4,505 


11 


1,192 


1,237 


2,128 


27.5 


47.2 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenterl ng 


673 


5,513 


715 


1.300 


1.392 


2.520 


25.2 


45.7 


125 


436 


145 


117 


98 


166 


22.5 


38.1 


Concreli ng 


21 


72 


24 


21 


15 


29 


20.8 


40.3 


Electrical 


54 


737 


53 


155 


182 


350 


24.7 


47.5 


ExcavatI ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


57 


2 


33 


23 


— 


40.4 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


237 


2.907 


254 


633 


684 


1.445 


23.5 


49.7 


13 


321 


11 


52 


57 


150 


17.8 


46.7 


Heati ng and pipl ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


30 


273 


39 


54 


52 


122 


19.0 


44.7 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


93 


1,228 


94 


292 


347 


565 


28.3 


46.0 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


20 


739 


22 


167 


168 


456 


22.7 


61.5 


Plumbing 


81 


346 


88 


68 


60 


153 


17.3 


44.2 


PI umbi ng wl th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


35 


399 


29 


89 


93 


215 


23.3 


53,9 


Roofing 


23 


342 


16 


79 


84 


190 


24.6 


55.6 


Sheet Metal 


11 


1 


13 


10 


9 


25 


15.8 


43.9 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


1 














Masonry 


22 


78 


26 


17 


16 


28 


20.5 


35.9 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


134 


375 


146 


110 


114 


84 


30.4 


22.4 


Plaster 1 ng 


14 


43 


14 


18 


14 


13 


32.6 


30.2 


Tile and mantel 


8 


119 


7 


34 


37 


57 


31.1 


47.9 


Other 


20 


290 


15 


73 


116 


133 


40.0 


45.9 



nclu<l» 


only report* oi 


Font. 60. 


Addil 


Op.,..i. 


e Buildai.y 


Indudn no 


conpe 



and finn membci 



mmftnied in text Table C 
unincoipoTAled bustneues. X- Withheld 



•void disdoflurc of individual operations. 















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TABLE 2.- ESTABUSHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJISONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent oi 


State and 
kind oi busineu 


Number oi 

e>Ubli*h- 

ment> 


Value oi 

work 
perfoimed 

(uU 000) 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and iinn 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

ior 
yew) 


Pay 

Roll 2/ 
(add 000) 


Cost ot 
mateiial 
installed 

(add 000) 


total work 
performed 


Pay 

Roll 


Mate- 
rial 


KANSAS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


498 


*9,056 


537 


2,977 


*2,499 


$3,992 


27.6 


44.1 


UO 


6.216 


114 


2.338 


1,856 


2,687 


29.9 


43.2 


78 


2.211 


88 


741 


640 


1,149 


28.9 


52.0 


Highway 


28 


3,501 


23 


1,369 


970 


1,468 


27.7 


41.9 


Heavy Conslcuction 


4 


504 


3 


228 


246 


70 


48.8 


13.9 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


388 


2,840 


423 


639 


643 


1,305 


22.5 


46.0 


112 


300 


116 


53 


41 


112 


13.7 


37.3 


Concreti ng 


14 


213 


19 


50 


45 


127 


21.1 


59.6 


Electrical 


27 


364 


27 


77 


76 


176 


20.9 


48.4 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


I 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


X 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


114 


1.205 


132 


285 


293 


577 


24.3 


47.9 


3 


40 


2 


5 


7 


22 


17.5 


55.0 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 
with sheet metal 


22 


224 


26 


62 


60 


100 


26.8 


44.6 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


45 


619 


51 


139 


150 


313 


24.2 


50.6 


Heating, piping, plumting 


















with sheet metal 


13 


165 


16 


42 


41 


84 


£4.8 


50.9 


PI umbi ng 


30 


[ 157 


37 


37 


35 


58 


22.3 


36.9 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 














Roofing and sheet melal group 

Roo fi ng 
Sheet Metal 


26 


277 


24 


68 


69 


135 


24.9 


48.7 


15 


176 


11 


44 


43 


88 


24.4 


50.0 


8 


58 


10 


12 


12 


27 


20.7 


46.6 


Rooli ng and sheet metal 


3 


43 


3 


12 


14 


20 


J2.6 


46.5 


Masonry 


4 


I 


^ 


3t 


X 


^ 




X 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorating 


64 


169 


76 


41 


33 


42 


19.5 


24.9 


P 1 as ter i ng 


11 


21 


11 


5 


2 


5 


09.5 


23.8 


Tile and ma ntel 


5 


51 


4 


12 


13 


26 


25.5 


51.0 


Other 


10 


231 


6 


44 


68 


104 


29.4 


45.0 


KENTUCKY 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


934 


13,903 


992 


4,921 


4,052 


5,608 


29.1 


40.3 


150 


9.655 


164 


3.800 


2,918 


4,010 


30.2 


41.5 


115 


4,471 


120 


1,496 


1,395 


1,937 


31.2 


43.3 


Highway 


30 


4,478 


42 


1,993 


1,247 


1,806 


27.8 


4C.3 


Heavy Construction 


5 


706 


2 


311 


276 


267 


39.1 


37.8 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


784 


4.248 


828 


1.121 


1,134 


1,598 


26.7 


37.5 


137 


273 


137 


56 


38 


70 


13.9 


25.5 


Concreting 


30 


179 


32 


67 


48 


68 


26.8 


38.0 


Electrical 


40 


446 


34 


12'' 


148 


191 


33.2 


42.8 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


4 


18 


5 


10 


8 


2 


44.4 


11.1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


2Qi 


1.635 


212 


418 


413 


735 


25.3 


45.0 


19 


266 


17 


53 


67 


135 


25. P 


50.8 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


11 


175 


12 


50 


55 


85 


31.4 


48.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


38 


475 


45 


128 


131 


241 


27.6 


50.7 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


5 


80 


2 


28 


21 


45 


26.3 


56.3 


Plumbi ng 


124 


638 


131 


157 


138 


226 


21.8 


35.8 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


7 


5 


2 


1 


3 


14.3 


42.9 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rood ng 
Sheet Metal 


62 


559 


67 


170 


154 


209 


27.5 


37.4 


27 


231 


28 


65 


58 


86 


25.1 


37.2 


11 


58 


10 


18 


16 


18 


27.6 


31.0 


Roo f i ng and sheet metal 


24 


270 


29 


87 


80 


105 


29.6 


38.9 


Masonry 


29 


95 


32 


24 


32 


23 


33.7 


24.2 


Pai nti ng, paperhangi ng 
and decorati ng 


245 


626 


273 


137 


125 


122 


20.0 


19.5 


Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 


21 


41 


23 


9 


6 


9 


14.6 


22.0 


4 


111 


5 


37 


50 


44 


45.0 


39.5 


Other 


11 


265 


8 


66 


112 


125 


42.3 


47.2 


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1/ Includea Opeialive Buildeii.^ Includea 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL. PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERL\L, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent ol 


State and 
kind oi biuine** 


Numbd oi 

MUbluh- 

mcnU 


Value ol 
work 


Active pro- 
prielon 
and liim 


ployeea 

Average 

ior 

year) 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
perlonned 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


LOUISIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


ZS4 


♦14,315 


215 


4,290 


»3,955 


$6,071 


27.6 


42.4 


82 


11,069 


71 


3.499 


3,054 


4,603 


27.6 


41.6 


49 


g;o73 


5l 


638 


552 


1,042 


25.6 


50.3 


Highway 


15 


1,970 


14 


889 


440 


894 


22.3 


45.4 


Heavy Construction 


18 


7,026 


6 


1,972 


2,062 


2,667 


29.3 


38.0 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


172 


3,246 


144 


791 


901 


1,468 


27.8 


45.2 


IS 


96 


15 


38 


26 


41 


27.1 


42.7 


Concreti ng 

















— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


35 


891 


26 


116 


206 


313 


23.1 


35.1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


58 


1,244 


47 


313 


343 


640 


27,6 


51.4 


5 


157 


5 


32 


28 


81 


17.8 


51.6 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi ih stieet metal 


2 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


21 


741 


13 


184 


220 


371 


29.7 


50.1 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


Plumbing 


28 


157 


27 


37 


36 


74 


22.9 


47.1 


Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 





— 











— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


19 


354 


20 


112 


97 


177 


27.4 


50.0 


4 


178 


6 


60 


49 


92 


27.5 


51.7 


Sheet Metal 


5 


26 


5 


13 


9 


8 


34.6 


30.8 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


10 


150 


9 


39 


39 


77 


26.0 


51.3 


Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


24 


159 


24 


83 


65 


47 


40.9 


29.6 


Plastering 


S 


z 


z 


z 


I 


X 


X 


z 


Tile and mantel 


6 


128 


3 


27 


34 


64 


26.6 


50.0 


Other 


11 


356 


5 


94 


124 


178 


34.8 


50.0 


MAINE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


536 


5,553 


526 


1,783 


1,897 


2,274 


34.2 


41.0 


106 


2,281 


95 


897 


907 


991 


39.8 


43.4 


76 


1,559 


72 


555 


559 


784 


35.9 


50.3 


Highway 


22 


519 


16 


267 


283 


137 


54.5 


26.4 


Heavy Construction 


8 


203 


7 


75 


65 


70 


32.0 


34.5 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


430 


3,272 


431 


886 


990 


1,283 


30.3 


39.2 


103 


416 


105 


112 


100 


162 


24.0 


38.9 


Concreti ng 


5 


35 


5 


16 


12 


10 


34.3 


28.6 


Electrical 


53 


280 


45 


74 


72 


121 


25.7 


43.2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


5 


z 


X 


z 


z 


X 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


135 


1,351 


136 


299 


355 


608 


26.3 


45.0 


10 


239 


7 


47 


59 


115 


24.7 


48.1 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


3 


51 


1 


19 


23 


18 


45.1 


35.3 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


63 


580 


71 


126 


151 


247 


26.0 


42.6 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


31 


312 


30 


73 


88 


146 


28.2 


46.8 


PI umbi ng 


24 


149 


23 


30 


30 


71 


20.1 


47.7 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


20 


4 


4 


4 


11 


20.0 


55.0 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


25 


370 


30 


105 


U7 


160 


31.6 


43.2 


10 


67 


11 


26 


22 


27 


32.8 


40.3 


Sheet Metal 


5 


22 


5 


4 


3 


6 


13.6 


27.3 


Roofing and sheet metal 


10 


281 


14 


75 


92 


127 


32.7 


45.2 


Masonry 


17 


163 


21 


52 


58 


44 


35.6 


27.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


76 


415 


77 


161 


187 


71 


45.1 


17.1 


Plaster i ng 


6 


25 


5 


8 


9 


9 


36.0 


36.0 


Tile and mantel 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


I 


X 


I 


Other 


4 


173 


1 


39 


63 


86 


36.4 


49.7 



I t«bl« includ«» only report* on Form 6 
ncludea OpcTAlive BuildcfS.^/ Includes 



Addition*! rcporta acci 
:omp«nution lot propriel 



•ummnhied in text Table 

of unincoipoialcd biuineuea. X* Withheld 



■void di*docure ol individual operations. 















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TABLE. 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind oi business 


Number ol 

<>ubli.h- 

ments 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

lor 

year) 


Pay 
Ron 2/ 


Cost ol 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


MARYLAND 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


710 


$17,703 


680 


5,227 


$5,594 


?8,135 


31.6 


46.0 


130 


11,337 


100 


3,756 


3,939 


5,185 


34.7 


45.7 


102 


6,876 


82 


2,193 


2,403 


3,383 


34.9 


49.2 


Highway 


12 


2,247 


7 


778 


728 


1,132 


32.4 


50.4 


Heavy Constcuction 


16 


2,214 


11 


785 


808 


670 


36.5 


30.3 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car pentet i ng 


580 


6.366 


580 


1,471 


1.655 


2.950 


26.0 


46.3 


70 


258 


70 


76 


50 


98 


19.4 


38.0 


Concreti ng 


12 


198 


13 


62 


50 


86 


25.3 


43.4 


Electtical 


42 


924 


38 


183 


267 


434 


28.9 


47.0 


Excavat 1 ng and/oc 


















foundation 


4 


18 


4 


18 


13 


2 


72.2 


11.1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


224 


3.499 


222 


740 


855 


1.747 


24.4 


49.9 


24 


880 


15 


162 


231 


464 


26.3 


52.7 


Heati ng and p i p i ng 


















with sheet metal 


8 


56 


8 


14 


16 


23 


28.6 


41.1 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


117 


1,868 


122 


406 


446 


945 


23.9 


50.6 


Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


25 


400 


28 


101 


105 


195 


26.3 


48.8 


Plumbi ng 


44 


270 


45 


50 


52 


112 


19.3 


41.5 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


6 


25 


6 


7 


5 


8 


20.0 


32.0 


Roofing and slieet metal group 

Rood ng 


36 


487 


35 


147 


139 


218 


28.5 


44.8 


15 


120 


13 


37 


32 


46 


26.7 


38.3 


Sheet Metal 


6 


22 


6 


4 


1 


6 


4.5 


27.3 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


15 


345 


16 


106 


106 


166 


30.7 


48.1 


Masonry 


8 


52 


11 


17 


13 


18 


25.0 


34.6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorali ng 


157 


371 


166 


78 


71 


77 


19.1 


20.8 


Plasten ng 


e 


67 


7 


31 


37 


13 


55.2 


19.4 


Tile and mantel 


6 


130 


4 


45 


55 


58 


42.3 


44.6 


Other 


13 


362 


10 


74 


105 


199 


29.0 


55.0 


MASSACHUSETTS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,284 


48,279 


2,093 


12,516 


16,731 


20.309 


34.7 


42.1 


375 


23,018 


269 


6,407 


8.356 


9.891 


36.3 


43.0 


312 


15,233 


236 


4,222 


5,723 


6,384 


37.6 


41.9 


Highway 


40 


2,371 


27 


806 


347 


860 


39.9 


36.3 


Heavy Construction 


23 


5,414 


6 


1,379 


1,686 


2,647 


31.1 


48.9 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


1,909 


25.261 


1.824 


6.109 


8.375 


10.418 


33,2 


41,? 


355 


1,709 


367 


450 


457 


626 


26.7 


36.6 


Concreti ng 


28 


150 


27 


54 


54 


42 


36.0 


28.0 


Electrical 


200 


3,606 


173 


736 


1,154 


1,633 


32.0 


45.3 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


30 


423 


26 


265 


193 


100 


45.6 


23.6 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


635 


10,964 


594 


2.185 


3.107 


5.207 


28.3 


47,5 


70 


2,693 


52 


445 


716 


1,426 


26.6 


53.0 


Heating and piping 


















wi th sheet metal 


11 


550 


10 


131 


221 


199 


40.2 


36.2 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


306 


4,458 


291 


923 


1,218 


2,117 


27.3 


47,5 


Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


83 


1,593 


79 


395 


553 


696 


34.7 


43.7 


PI umbi ng 


155 


1,567 


153 


270 


367 


729 


23.4 


46.5 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


10 


103 


9 


21 


32 


40 


31.1 


38.8 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


131 


2,690 


123 


744 


952 


982 


35,4 


36,5 


62 


1,576 


57 


423 


526 


571 


33.4 


36,2 


Sheet Metal 


29 


302 


28 


85 


116 


101 


38.4 


33.4 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


40 


812 


38 


236 


310 


310 


38.2 


38.2 


Masonry 


69 


291 


70 


90 


85 


93 


29.2 


32.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


356 


2,374 


367 


784 


1,082 


576 


45.6 


24,3 


Plastering 


40 


785 


33 


248 


373 


275 


47.5 


35.0 


Tile and mantel 


15 


406 


12 


88 


161 


189 


39.7 


46.6 


Other 


50 


1,863 


32 


465 


757 


695 


40.6 


37.3 



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TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJISONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 








OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 
























Percent of 


State and 
kind ol buiineu 


Number o( 

.KablUh- 

ments 


Vilue of 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
memben 


Em- 

ployeo 

Average 

for 

year) 


P«y 
Roll y 


Co.1 of 
material 
installed 


total work 
perionneo 


Pay 


Mate 






(xM 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


MICHIGAN 

General Contractors 

Bui Idi ng 1/ 


1.255 


»47.638 


1,175 


13,225 


417,251 


ilfl,962 


36.2 


39. H 


364 


27,455 


201 


8,000 


10,176 


10,498 


37.1 


38.2 


195 


16,319 


149 


4,195 


6,058 


6,436 


37.1 


39.5 


Highway 


38 


5,798 


32 


2,251 


1,973 


2,447 


34.0 


42.2 


Heavy Construction 


31 


5,338 


20 


1,554 


2,145 


1,613 


40.2 


30.2 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


991 


20,183 


974 


5,225 


7,075 


8,454 


35.1 


41.9 


105 


766 


110 


236 


237 


315 


30.9 


41.1 


Concretl ng 


22 


257 


23 


91 


99 


58 


38.5 


26.5 


Electrical 


118 


5,366 


102 


1,783 


2,416 


1,874 


45.0 


34.9 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


10 


177 


9 


47 


73 


46 


41.2 


25.0 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heat 1 ng and pi pi ng 


423 


8,826 


417 


1,825 


2.631 


4.125 


29.8 


45.7 


35 


2,025 


22 


426 


650 


905 


32.1 


44.7 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


48 


1,263 


45 


307 


449 


581 


35.5 


46.0 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


207 


3,401 


217 


662 


894 


1,712 


26.3 


50.3 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


41 


1,653 


37 


308 


519 


674 


33.4 


43.4 


Plumbing 


86 


577 


90 


121 


119 


252 


20.6 


43.7 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


6 


7 


6 


1 


— 


1 


— 


14.3 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


103 


1,944 


100 


432 


548 


870 


28.2 


44.8 


27 


489 


28 


101 


123 


207 


25.2 


42.3 


Sheet Metal 


23 


171 


24 


30 


32 


57 


18.7 


39.2 


Roofing and sheet metal 


53 


1,284 


48 


301 


393 


595 


30,6 


46.4 


Masonry 


21 


161 


24 


53 


53 


65 


32.9 


40.4 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


107 


882 


U6 


343 


412 


243 


46.7 


27.6 


Plaster 1 ng 


15 


91 


17 


31 


35 


27 


38.5 


29.7 


Tile and mantel 


22 


246 


25 


58 


55 


122 


26.4 


49.6 


Other 


4S 


1,467 


31 


326 


506 


709 


34.5 


48.3 


MINNESOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,492 


41,938 


1,597 


15,658 


12,668 


16,375 


30.2 


39.0 


401 


29,333 


427 


12,440 


9,140 


11,289 


31.2 


38.5 


243 


10,307 


270 


6,433 


2,913 


5,587 


28.3 


54.2 


Highway 


130 


10,463 


149 


3,575 


3,330 


2,983 


31.8 


28.5 


Heavy Construction 


28 


8,563 


8 


2,432 


2,897 


2,719 


33.8 


31.8 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


1,091 


12,605 


1,170 


3,218 


3,528 


5,087 


28.0 


40.4 


273 


972 


317 


226 


190 


346 


19.5 


35.6 


Concretl ng 


48 


312 


52 


95 


94 


135 


30.1 


43.3 


Electrical 


72 


1,312 


74 


286 


362 


598 


27.6 


45.« 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


12 


676 


13 


220 


250 


64 


37.0 


9.5 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


343 


5,433 


358 


1.402 


1,374 


2,686 


25.3 


49.4 


36 


721 


32 


168 


210 


365 


29.1 


50.5 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


41 


796 


47 


202 


223 


360 


28.0 


45.2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


198 


3,215 


206 


893 


801 


1,580 


24.9 


49.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


22 


445 


22 


90 


101 


273 


22.6 


61.2 


Plumbing 

Plumbing with sheet metal 


44 

2 


[ 255 


49 


49 


39 


loe 


15.3 


42.4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo f i ng 


51 


699 


48 


180 


221 


313 


31.5 


44.8 


18 


265 


16 


74 


83 


129 


31.3 


48.7 


Sheet Metal 


17 


104 


18 


22 


25 


44 


24.0 


42.3 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


16 


330 


14 


84 


113 


140 


34.2 


42.4 


Masonry 


12 


165 


17 


70 


70 


36 


42.4 


21.8 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 
Plastering 
Tile and mantel 


228 


1,036 


251 


347 


409 


218 


39.5 


21.0 


23 


121 


25 


36 


49 


31 


40.5 


25.6 


8 


238 


3 


86 


93 


104 


39.1 


43.7 


Other 


21 


1,641 


12 


270 


416 


556 


25.4 


33.9 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL. PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERLM,, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


SUte and 
kind a< buainett 


Number oi 

alabli>h- 

nwnts 


Vahw oi 

woik 
pofonned 


Active pro- 
prietor* 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Aver«(e 
(or 
ye") 


Pay 
RoU ^J 


Cost o( 
material 
instaUed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


MISSISSIPPI 

General Contractors 

Build! ng 1/ 


262 


»2,447 


283 


1,043 


688 


$1,133 


28.1 


46.3 


59 


1,490 


66 


765 


462 


705 


31.0 


47.3 


50 


708 


56 


277 


192 


380 


27.1 


53.7 


Highway 


6 


718 


5 


464 


258 


315 


35.9 


43.9 


Heavy Construction 


5 


64 


5 


24 


12 


10 


18.8 


15.6 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


203 


957 


217 


278 


226 


428 


23.6 


44.7 


96 


200 


102 


60 


33 


66 


16.5 


33.0 


Concreti ng 


4 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Electrical 


10 


82 


11 


21 


18 


46 


22.0 


56.1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heat i ng and pipi ng 


30 


353 


36 


113 


97 


171 


27.5 


48.4 


— 


— 




— 


— 


~ 


— 




Heati ng and piping 


















wi th sheet metal 


E 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


18 


148 


15 


43 


34 


68 


23.0 


45.9 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


3 


100 


4 


39 


40 


52 


40.0 


52.0 


Plumbing 


12 


37 


15 


12 


9 


10 


24.3 


27.0 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


1 


X 


X 


z 


X 


z 


z 


z 


RooHng and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


13 


139 


13 


47 


42 


62 


30.2 


44.6 


4 


48 


4 


7 


10 


24 


20.8 


50.0 


Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roo f i ng and sheet metal 


9 


91 


9 


40 


32 


38 


35.2 


41.8 


Masonry 


8 


40 


8 


9 


7 


21 


17.5 


52.5 


Painting, papetbanging 


















and decorati ng 


37 


64 


39 


7 


4 


27 


6.3 


42.2 


Plasteri ng 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Other 


3 


48 


2 


9 


14 


26 


28.2 


54.2 


MISSOURI 

General Contractors 

Bui 1 ding 1/ 


1,530 


58,365 


1,419 


17,430 


18,739 


24,194 


32.1 


41,5 


310 


41,266 


245 


13,171 


12,781 


17,256 


31.0 


41.8 


S14 


10,345 


180 


3.023 


3,558 


4,657 


34.4 


45.0 


Highway 


65 


12,578 


50 


5,441 


4,344 


4,571 


34.5 


37.1 


Heavy Construction 


SI 


18,343 


15 


4,707 


4,879 


7,928 


26.6 


43.2 


Special Trade Contractors 

Cacpenteri ng 


1.220 


17.099 


1.174 


4.259 


5.958 


6.938 


34.8 


40.6 


129 


343 


137 


89 


70 


112 


20.4 


32.7 


Concreting 


30 


500 


26 


147 


185 


194 


37.0 


38.8 


Electrical 


87 


2,319 


67 


543 


982 


842 


42.3 


36.3 


Excavating and/or 


















foundation 


6 


110 


5 


56 


53 


14 


47.3 


12.7 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


489 


7,585 


477 


1,649 


2,231 


3,530 


29.4 


46.5 


69 


1,971 


55 


413 


649 


1,009 


32.9 


51.2 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















with sheet metal 


51 


953 


54 


205 


279 


388 


29.3 


40.7 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 


128 


2,745 


133 


570 


741 


1,369 


27.0 


49.9 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


1£ 


49 


12 


13 


8 


16 


16.3 


32.7 


Plumbi ng 


225 


1,849 


219 


445 


551 


740 


29.8 


40.0 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


4 


18 


4 


3 


3 


8 


16.7 


44.4 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


143 


1,884 


138 


503 


657 


751 


34.9 


39.9 


74 


1,428 


61 


389 


525 


572 


36.8 


40.1 


Sheet Metal 


63 


401 


70 


101 


123 


155 


30.7 


38.7 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


6 


56 


7 


13 


9 


24 


16.4 


43.6 


Masonry 


26 


537 


22 


170 


230 


232 


42.8 


43.2 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


191 


1,37S 


206 


401 


635 


310 


46.2 


22.5 


Plastering 


35 


489 


32 


163 


206 


162 


42.1 


33.1 


Tile and mantel 


£2 


379 


15 


122 


125 


176 


33.0 


46.4 


Other 


62 

„^ ^ 


1,578 


49 


416 


58S 


615 


37.1 


39.0 



tabia inclwl«a 
\J IncJudn Opari 



Buikleia.2y Includu 



Additional raporta oaoiTad on other fonm ara nimmanzad in tezl Table 
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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION! INDUSTRY: 1935 

ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFGSITIED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 
OF MATERL\L, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 



State and 
kind of busineu 



NtunbcT of 

otabluh- 

menU 



Value of 

work 
pcrfonned 

(add 000) 



Active pro. 
prieton 
and firm 
members 



Em- 
ployees 
Averefle 



Pay 

Roll y 



(add 000) 



Cost of 
material 
ifiatalled 



Percent of 
total work 
performed 



Pay 
Roll 



MONTANA 

General Contractors 

Bui Idi ng 1/ 

H ighway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 
Concreti ng 
Electr ical 
Excavati ng and/ot 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 

Heati ng and piping 
with sheet metal 

Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roo (i ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, pape'hanging 

and decorati ng 
Plasteri ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
with sheet metal 

Heating, piping, plumbi ng 

Heati ng, piping, p'umbi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Plumbing 

Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



S 1 



$5,951 



Jl,853 



1,711 
3,082 

1,158 



497 
1,117 



535 
999 



115 
220 



4,612 



2,446 
5,185 
4,202 



4,205 



749 
2,179 
1,277 



3,669 



765 
1,632 
1.272 



1.530 



327 
S6b 



•Thit table includei only reporta on Form 60. Additional report! Mcured on other (ormi s< 
1/ Includes Operative Buildera. 2/ Includes no compensation for proprietors and firm mambei 



♦2,292 



788 
968 



1,245 
2,472 
1,427 



147 
324 



133 
237 



31.3 
32.4 



20.0 
25.0 



21.7 
24.5 



16.7 

r. 

31.7 



38.5 
28.0 



15.0 
33.3 



19.6 
27.5 



14.9 
18.7 



26.5 



27.3 
22.2 
8.3 

26.9 



>id diadosura of individual operalioi 















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TABLE 2.. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJISONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


3Y KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind of business 


Number ol 

csUblish- 

ments 


Value of 

work 
performed 

(add 000) 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

for 

year) 


Pay 

RoU 2/ 
(add 000) 


Cost of 
material 
installed 

(add 000) 


total work 
peHonned 


Pay 

Roll 


Mate 
rial 


NEVADA 
General Contractors 


42 


»1,901 


41 


583 


♦728 


$609 


38.3 


32.0 


10 


1,498 


7 


501 


609 


428 


40.7 


28.6 


Building 1/ 


5 


198 


7 


31 


42 


106 


21.2 


53.5 


Highway 


3 


1,300 


._ 


470 


567 


322 


43.6 


24.7 


Heavy Construction 


2 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


32 


405 


34 


82 


119 


181 


29.5 


44.9 


9 


105 


12 


18 


27 


41 


25.7 


39.0 


Concreti ng 


— 


— 


_. 


— 


-- 


" 


" 


-- 


Electrical 


4 


37 


3 


8 


12 


18 


32.4 


48.6 


Excavating and/or 


















foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 


















10 


120 


10 


21 


32 


62 


26.7 


51.7 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


1 


I 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Hcati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


— 
















Heating, piping, plumbing 
Heating piping plumbing 


3 


76 


5 


13 


21 


36 


27.6 


47.4 


wi th sheet rretal 


2 
















Plumbing 


3 


z 


z 


z 


z 


I 


X 


X 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


R (■ nA «hf>f>t metal ffrouD 


2 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng 


1 
1 


1 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Sheet Metal 














Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






1 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Masonry 


















Painting, paperhanging 


4 


10 


5 


3 


2 


2 


20.0 


20.0 


and decorati ng 




















1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


I 


z 


X 


Plaster i ng 














.. 


__ 


Tile and mantel 




















1 


X 


X 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Other 


















NEW HAMPSHIRE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


218 


4,237 


229 


1,215 


1,415 


1,962 


33.4 


46.3 


59 


2,844 


57 


887 


1,056 


1,354 


37.1 


47.6 


52 


1,973 


53 


632 


706 


989 


35.7 


50.1 


Highway 


6 


1 871 


4 


255 


351 


365 


40.3 


41.9 


Heavy Construction 


1 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


159 


1.393 


172 


328 


359 


608 


25.8 


43.6 


41 


138 


45 


32 


28 


51 


20.3 


37.0 


Concreti ng 


3 


32 


4 


13 


12 


9 


37.5 


28.1 


Electrical 


17 


90 


17 


16 


18 


39 


20.0 


43.3 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 


50 


698 


54 


140 


173 


352 


24.8 


50.4 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


4 


94 


4 


17 


23 


56 


24.5 


59.6 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


27 


6 


3 


4 


12 


14.8 


44.4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


23 


306 


27 


64 


69 


141 


22.5 


46.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


11 


251 


10 


52 


74 


134 


29.5 


53.4 


PI umbi ng 


7 


20 


7 


4 


3 


9 


15.0 


45.0 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo f i ng 


n 


867 


12 


75 


83 


108 


31.1 


40.4 


5 


212 


4 


53 


65 


90 


30.7 


42.5 


Sheet Metal 


1 


1 55 


8 


22 


18 


18 


32.7 


32.7 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


5 


) 














Masonry 


2 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


X 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


28 


I 158 


33 


43 


36 


41 


26.1 


29.7 


Plastering 


2 














Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


I 


X 


z 


z 


Other 


2 


5 


2 


2 


2 


1 


40.0 


20.0 



*Tlu» labia iadialn only ra|>ofl> oa Fat» 
y liKludx Ol>«aliv. Build«r>. 2/ Indude. 



Additional ><pona »cur.d on o*«t ItnaM an ■ummuiied ia leil T«ble 
comp«n..lion lo. propri.lon ukI lim in«lk«.. ol ui>il>con>or>l<d b<mi«~«i.X ■ Wilhlidd to .void diatlowi. 



individual oparationa. 



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BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



1 TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJISONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 








OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent oi 


State and 
kind oi biuineu 


Number oi 

establish- 

mcnts 


Value of 

work 
peilonned 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

for 

year) 


Pay 

RoU 2/ 


Cost oi 
material 
iiutalled 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


RoU 


rial 


NEW JERSEY 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


a, 712 


$43,309 


2,524 


10.766 


$14,224 


J18.209 


32.8 


42.0 


353 


19,855 


226 


5,678 


7,102 


8,643 


35.8 


43.5 


368 


10,323 


184 


2,704 


3,817 


4,547 


37.0 


44.0 


Highway 


57 


6,291 


27 


1,745 


1,995 


2,895 


31.7 


46.0 


Heavy Construction 


28 


3,241- 


15 


1,229 


1.290 


1,201 


39.8 


37.1 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car penter i ng 


2,359 


23,454 


2,298 


5,088 


7,122 


9,566 


30.4 


40.8 


412 


2,094 


427 


385 


468 


806 


22.3 


38.5 


Concreti ng 


36 


188 


37 


64 


55 


62 


29.3 


33.0 


Electrical 


178 


2,508 


158 


464 


886 


1,049 


35.3 


41.8 


Excavating and/or 


















foundation 


27 


327 


22 


119 


129 


73 


39.4 


22.3 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


880 


11,195 


812 


2,234 


3,255 


5,004 


29.1 


44.7 


56 


3,509 


32 


649 


1,222 


1,599 


34.8 


45.6 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


43 


638 


37 


181 


201 


238 


31.5 


37.3 


Heating, piping, plumbi ng 


407 


4,314 


390 


791 


1,102 


1,995 


25.5 


46.2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


135 


1,583 


118 


403 


500 


718 


31.6 


45.4 


Plumbi ng 


230 


1,059 


227 


183 


204 


420 


19.3 


39.7 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


9 


92 


8 


27 


26 


34 


28.3 


37.0 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


144 


2,180 


122 


566 


691 


851 


31.7 


39.0 


63 


1,197 


50 


353 


417 


440 


34.8 


36.8 


Sheet Metal 


31 


301 


29 


67 


84 


106 


27.9 


35.2 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


50 


682 


43 


146 


190 


305 


27.9 


44.7 


Masonry 


88 


563 


100 


137 


173 


165 


30.7 


29.3 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


479 


2,217 


543 


523 


612 


656 


27.6 


29.6 


Plaster 1 ng 


24 


78 


24 


17 


16 


26 


20.5 


33.3 


Tile and mantel 


33 


255 


23 


55 


67 


106 


26.3 


41.6 


Other 


58 


1,849 


30 


524 


770 


768 


41.6 


41.5 


NEW MEXICO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


67 


2,857 


81 


678 


729 


1,279 


25.5 


44.8 


20 


2,338 


27 


562 


611 


1,037 


26.1 


44.4 


13 


420 


14 


101 


109 


209 


26.0 


49.8 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


5 
2 


1 1.918 


13 


461 


502 


828 


26.2 


43.2 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


47 


519 


54 


116 


118 


242 


22.7 


46.6 


3 


11 


3 


2 


2 


4 


18.2 


36.4 


Concreting 


























Electrical 


10 


93 


11 


19 


24 


47 


E5.8 


50.5 


Excavali ng and/or 


















foundation 


.» 


.« 


._ 


._ 


.. 


_. 


__ 


__ 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


20 


287 


23 


5a 


57 


134 


19.9 


46.7 


.. 


__ 


__ 


„ 


.. 


__ 


_. 


.^ 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


z 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


8 


197 


8 


35 


35 


97 


17.8 


49.2 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Plumbi ng 


8 


43 


10 


10 


11 


18 


25.6 


41.9 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 





















Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


8 


58 


9 


14 


11 


25 


19.0 


43.1 


1 


' 














Sheet Metal 


6 


58 


9 


14 


11 


25 


19.0 


43,1 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


1 
















Masonry 


1 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


2 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


Plasteri ng 


2 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Tile and mantel 


1 


I 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


I 


Other 



















ncludei 


only report* on 


Form 60. 


Additional 


report! MCU 


Op...li. 


e Builde.«,y' 


ncludei no 


compenwitio 


tor propri 



nmanicd 



lext Toble 
ited buaincue*. X- 















Vo 


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BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 








OF MATERL«lL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 
























Percent ol 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number oi 

cftabluh- 

mentt 


Value ol 

work 
penoiiiieu 


Active pro- 
prietort 
and firm 
member. 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

lor 

year) 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


Coat of 
mateiial 
installed 


total vork 
performed 


Pay 


Mate- 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add OOO) 


Roll 


rial 


NEW YORK 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


6,462 


$215,569 


5,291 


50,768 


#76,391 


188,840 


35.4 


41.2 


1,131 


108,033 


606 


26,409 


38,898 


42,274 


36.0 


39.1 


850 


52,960 


485 


13,791 


20,929 


22 ,101 


39.5 


41.7 


H ighway 


151 


16,665 


75 


4,303 


4,881 


7,068 


29.3 


42,4 


Heavy Construction 


130 


38,408 


46 


8,315 


13,088 


13,105 


34.1 


34.1 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentef i ng 


5,331 


107,536 


4,685 


24,359 


37,493 


46,566 


34.9 


43.3 


633 


47361 


655 


i;016 


1,194 


1,822 


27.3 


41.8 


Concteti ng 


77 


2,467 


55 


731 


1,040 


1,028 


42.2 


41.7 


Electrical 


483 


14,395 


391 


3,280 


6,129 


5,933 


42.6 


41.2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


36 


4,577 


22 


1,533 


1,871 


1,553 


40.9 


33.9 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


2,423 


45,821 


2,148 


8,586 


13,053 


22,506 


28.5 


49.1 


251 


11,951 


153 


2,110 


3,514 


6,235 


29.4 


52.2 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


U6 


4,445 


91 


875 


1,531 


2,161 


34.4 


48.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


1,108 


17,442 


981 


3,362 


4,791 


8,530 


27.5 


48.9 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumtii ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


1S4 


3,503 


184 


731 


1,056 


1,707 


30.1 


48.7 


Plumbi ng 


774 


8,315 


739 


1,473 


2,106 


3,811 


25.3 


45.8 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


20 


165 


20 


35 


55 


62 


33.3 


37.6 


Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofi ng 


441 


7,218 


385 


1,798 


2,332 


2,954 


32.3 


40.9 


115 


2,389 


97 


662 


761 


960 


31.9 


40.2 


Sheet Metal 


89 


1,111 


80 


225 


397 


393 


35.7 


35.4 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


237 


3,718 


208 


911 


1,174 


1,601 


31.6 


43.1 


Masonry 


Ul 


3,009 


102 


724 


1,136 


1,153 


37.8 


38.3 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


636 


7,166 


624 


2,255 


5,428 


1,815 


47.8 


25.3 


Plasteri ng 


70 


2,538 


43 


819 


1,299 


813 


51.2 


32.0 


Tile and mantel 


119 


2,592 


92 


756 


1,039 


1,175 


40.1 


45.3 


Other 


302 


13,392 


1S8 


2,881 


4,974 


5,814 


37.1 


43.4 


NORTH CAROLINA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


499 


18,924 


493 


6,446 


5,707 


9,255 


30.2 


48.9 


162 


13.566 


148 


5.065 


4.152 


6.742 


30.6 


49.7 


141 


9,647 


138 


3,388 


2,794 


5,100 


29.0 


52.9 


Highway 


13 


2,190 


8 


850 


775 


863 


35.4 


39.4 


Heavy Construction 


8 


1,729 


2 


827 


583 


779 


33.7 


45.1 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


337 


5,358 


345 


1,381 


1,555 


2,513 


29.0 


46.9 


44 


134 


46 


42 


29 


47 


21.6 


35.1 


Concreti ng 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Electrical 


54 


919 


58 


225 


272 


402 


29.6 


43.7 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


127 


2,953 


130 


707 


795 


1,538 


26.9 


52.1 


12 


422 


7 


bo 


123 


194 


29.1 


46.0 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


14 


422 


16 


95 


ne 


208 


28.0 


49.3 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


68 


1,680 


76 


399 


444 


909 


26.4 


54.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 
with sheet metal 


7 


243 


6 


77 


62 


136 


25.5 


56.0 


PI umbi ng 

Plumbing with sheet metal 


25 


142 


2S 


44 


36 


67 


25.4 


47.2 


3 


44 


3 


12 


12 


24 


27.3 


54.5 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 
Sheet Metal 


43 


574 


48 


155 


147 


258 


25.6 


44.9 


6 


134 


4 


23 


30 


57 


22.4 


42.5 


14 


79 


17 


33 


25 


29 


31.6 


36.7 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


23 


361 


27 


99 


92 


172 


25.5 


47.6 


Masonry 


10 


54 


10 


18 


17 


23 


31.5 


42.6 


Pai nt i ng, paper hangi ng 


















and decorat i ng 


36 


334 


se 


127 


158 


95 


47.3 


28.4 


Plastering 


5 


58 


7 


25 


26 


19 


44.8 


32.8 


Tile and mantel 


6 


210 


4 


41 


47 


104 


22.4 


49.5 


Other 


8 


80 


1 


24 


48 


25 


60.0 


31.3 



•Tbi» labia iachi(Ul only nports •• Foim 60. Addition^ tapoiu uouad on oAl lomu m fumnunixl i» te« Table u 

BuU<le». 2/ Inchido no compontolion for ptopri.lor. uxl liiCT monb.n ol unincorp<.c.l«l buiinnmn.X - WilUi.U to xoid ducloiato ol indhridud O|>«oliooi. 



1/ IncludM Op«rMi\ 



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TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFilSONNEL. PAY ROLL. AND COST 










OF MATERJAJ.. 


aY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 
























Percent of 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number of 

otablUh- 

ments 


Value of 

work 
perform'sd 


Active pro- 
prietort 
and firm 
membcn 


Em- 
ployeet 
Averag ; 

for 

year) 


Pny 
Roll 2/ 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(wU 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


NORTH DAKOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


104 


?2,617 


118 


946 


*739 


*1,084 


28.2 


41.4 


43 


2,071 


44 


831 


611 


859 


29.5 


41.5 


23 


768 


30 


195 


186 


398 


24.2 


51,8 


Highway 


19 


1,303 


14 


636 


425 


461 


32.6 


35.4 


Heavy Construction 


1 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


61 


546 


74 


115 


128 


225 


23.4 


41.2 


27 


79 


31 


16 


17 


24 


21.5 


30.4 


Concreti ng 


1 


X 


I 


z 


z 


X 


z 


X 


Electrical 


7 


93 


7 


ao 


20 


47 


21.5 


50.5 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 


17 


313 


24 


61 


75 


134 


24.0 


42.8 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


1 
















Heati ng and pipi ng 




75 


5 


18 


19 


26 


25.3 


34.7 


wi th sheet metal 


2 
















Heati ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 


10 


156 


13 


33 


35 


68 


22.4 


43.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 




82 














with sheet metal 
PI umbi ng 


2 
2 


6 


10 


21 


40 


25.6 


48.8 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


z 


1 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


— 


-. 


— 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


z 


Masonry 


1 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 




) ;; 














and decorating 


4 


6 


7 


5 


2 


35.7 


14.3 


Plastering 


1 














Tile and mantel 
Other 


'-'- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


" 


" 


OHIO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,649 


62,137 


2,492 


16,167 


20,475 


24,563 


33.0 


39.5 


501 


38,946 


359 


10,483 


12,936 


14,673 


33.2 


37.7 


344 


18,184 


259 


4,784 


6,290 


8,255 


34.6 


45.4 


Highway 


102 


9,693 


61 


2,925 


2,692 


3,931 


27.8 


40.6 


Heavy Construction 


55 


11,069 


39 


2,774 


3,954 


2,487 


35.7 


22.5 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


2.148 


23.191 


2.133 


5,684 


7.539 


9.890 


32.5 


42.6 


299 


1,143 


312 


251 


248 


449 


21.7 


39.3 


Concreti ng 


58 


428 


64 


135 


141 


184 


32.9 


43.0 


Electrical 


174 


3,573 


143 


790 


1,436 


1,352 


40.2 


37. S 


Excavating and/or 


















foundation 


20 


232 


20 


84 


97 


30 


41.8 


12.9 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


870 


9.849 


870 


2,243 


2.797 


4.634 


28.4 


47.1 


82 


1,814 


65 


372 


558 


904 


30.8 


49.8 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


157 


1,779 


163 


476 


558 


774 


31.4 


43.5 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


274 


3,429 


273 


763 


947 


1,682 


27.6 


49.1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


35 


876 


33 


210 


280 


426 


32.0 


48.6 


Plumbing 


307 


1,848 


320 


395 


426 


805 


23.1 


43.6 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


15 


103 


16 


27 


28 


43 


27.2 


41.7 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


184 


2,376 


191 


566 


765 


1.004 


32.2 


42.3 


50 


513 


54 


112 


128 


224 


25.0 


43.7 


Sheet Metal 


56 


246 


57 


51 


49 


95 


19.9 


38.6 


Roofing and sheet metal 


78 


1,617 


80 


403 


588 


685 


36.4 


42.4 


Masonry 


43 


480 


46 


105 


132 


219 


27.5 


45.6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


335 


1,747 


352 


556 


708 


392 


40.5 


22.4 


Plaster! ng 


35 


227 


32 


130 


103 


62 


45.4 


27.3 


Tile and mantel 


43 


699 


37 


209 


221 


342 


31.6 


48.9 


Other 


87 


2,437 


66 


615 


891 


1,222 


36.6 


50.1 



*Tlu* tabU Indu^M oaly raports ea Focm 60. Additionai reports mcutW on o4h«r fornM 



! / Includo* Opwsliv* Buildct*. 2/ lodudes no componution foi proprivton and firm riMinbsrt o* uniDcorpor*l*d '.,uAm*M«».X ' Wiihhrid to troid dUdowro ol individual opotalioo*. 



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TABLE 2.. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ«ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 








OF MATERL^L, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 








1 
















Percent of 


State and 
kind of business 


Number oi 

oUblish- 

ments 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
piieton 
and firm 
raember* 


Em. 

ployecs 

Average 

for 

year) 


P«y 
Roll y 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed [ 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


OKLAHOMA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


351 


♦11,476 


343 


3,432 


♦2,990 


14,642 


26.1 


40.4 


77 


9,069 


68 


2,866 


2,365 


3,525 


26.1 


38.9 


44 


4,444 


47 


976 


830 


1,886 


18.7 


42.4 


Highway 


17 


3,162 


U 


1,203 


947 


1,142 


29.9 


36.1 


Hea»y Construction 


16 


1,463 


10 


687 


588 


497 


40.2 


34.0 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


274 


2.407 


275 


566 


525 


1.U7 


26.0 


46.4 


66 


129 


73 


23 


14 


42 


10.9 


32.6 


Concreting 


7 


31 


7 


13 


16 


6 


51.6 


19.4 


Electrical 


23 


310 


22 


5£ 


56 


171 


18,1 


55.2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundal ion 


1 


r 


X 


I 


X 


I 


X 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


113 


1,150 


114 


268 


259 


583 


22.5 


50.7 


4 


ICl 


3 


25 


31 


55 


30.7 


54.5 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


7 


157 


5 


35 


46 


75 


29.3 


48.4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


35 


416 


38 


10 ^ 


90 


226 


21.6 


54.3 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


5 


88 


4 


31 


28 


42 


31.8 


47.7 


Plumbi ng 


59 


361 


61 


72 


60 


171 


16.6 


47.4 


Plumbi ng wi tli sheet metal 


3 


27 


3 


3 


4 


13 


14.8 


48.1 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


14 


294 


9 


74 


81 


135 


27.6 


45.9 


8 


228 
j 66 


2 


60 


66 


108 


28.9 


47.4 


Sheei Meial 


4 

2 


7 


14 


15 


27 


22.7 


40.9 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 














Masonry 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Pai nt 1 ng, paperhangi ng 


















and decoiat i ng 


28 


90 


31 


31 


27 


21 


30.0 


23.3 


Plaster i ng 


3 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


6 


106 


4 


34 


38 


47 


35.8 


44.3 


Other 


13 


264 


12 


80 


123 


102 


45.6 


38.6 


OREGON 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


446 


19,518 


471 


6,369 


6,636 


7,307 


34.0 


37.4 


66 


15.805 


73 


4.512 


5.669 


5.659 


35.9 


35.8 


35 


1,574 


41 


416 


491 


849 


31.2 


53.9 


Highway 


22 


5,053 


2S 


1,548 


1,502 


1,916 


29.7 


37.9 


Heavy Construction 


9 


9,178 


9 


2,548 


3,676 


2,894 


40.1 


31.5 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenten ng 
Concreti ng 


380 


3,713 


398 


857 


967 


1,648 


26.0 


44.4 


35 


173 


40 


41 


38 


81 


21.3 


45.5 


4 


63 


7 


24 


13 


22 


19.1 


32.4 


Electrical 


66 


630 


72 


134 


161 


314 


25.5 


49.8 


Excavati ng and/or 


















fQundation 


5 


71 


4 


36 


17 


5 


23.9 


7.0 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


153 


1,635 


157 


316 


364 


795 


22.3 


48.6 


5 


104 


4 


22 


23 


54 


22.1 


51.9 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


IS 


184 


12 


48 


55 


76 


29.9 


41.3 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


41 


832 


37 


146 


192 


431 


23.1 


51.8 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


















18 


161 


21 


29 


36 


67 


23.6 


41.6 


Plumbing 

Plumbing with she^t m»t,il 
Roofing and sheet metal group 
Roofing 
Sheet Metal 


68 


314 


76 


60 


47 


146 


15.0 


46.5 


8 


40 


7 


11 


9 


21 


22.5 


52.5 


49 


415 


51 


96 


88 


201 


21.2 


48.4 


10 


138 


12 


37 


32 


74 


23.2 


53.6 


32 


174 


SI 


S9 


3S 


78 


19.0 


44.8 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


7 


105 


8 


20 


23 


49 


22.3 


47.6 


Masonry 


S 


12 


J 


1 


2 


2 


16.7 


16.7 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 
Plasten ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 


S2 


433 


49 


144 


175 


104 


40.4 


24.0 


3 


59 


5 


14 


27 


21 


46.8 


35.6 


5 


63 


5 


15 


19 


28 


30.2 


44.4 


7 


149 


5 


36 


63 


75 


42.5 


50.3 


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r lonx an auusa 


liKxl ia IW Table 


c 









coaip.nutiai< (o. pfopriMor. ud fin» m—hm>t ci miocoipofUad IwaliMOM.X - Wi(lili«l<l lo »oi<l iwtiomit, o( iadWduil •»«««1«»«. 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL. PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERLM,, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.- 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number oi 

esUbltth- 

menU 


Value oi 

work 
perfonned 


Active pro- 
prietore 
and firm 
memben 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 
for 
year) 


Pay 

Roll y 


Com of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Male 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


PENNSYLVANIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


3,879 


|77,819 


3,969 


20,921 


$25,022 


$33,250 


32.2 


42.7 


634 


38,952 


553 


11,478 


13,262 


17,036 


34.0 


43.7 


522 


25,214 


472 


7,114 


8,622 


10,996 


34.2 


43.6 


Highway 


65 


6,149 


49 


2,298 


2,017 


2,878 


32.8 


46.8 


Heavy Construction 


47 


7,589 


32 


2,066 


2,623 


3,162 


34.6 


41.7 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


3,245 


38,867 


3,416 


9,443 


11,760 


16,214 


30.3 


41.7 


320 


1,427 


346 


421 


391 


504 


27.4 


35.3 


Concreti ng 


76 


795 


78 


321 


280 


334 


35.2 


42.0 


Electrical 


232 


4,003 


223 


893 


1,582 


1,518 


39.5 


37.9 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


34 


666 


37 


339 


276 


114 


41.4 


17.1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


1,499 


19,762 


1,595 


4,164 


5,042 


9,141 


25.5 


46.3 


90 


4,441 


71 


784 


1,164 


1,994 


26.2 


44.9 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


168 


2,098 


183 


609 


667 


813 


31.8 


38.8 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


701 


8,801 


761 


1,840 


2,133 


4,350 


24.2 


49.4 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


166 


2,528 


182 


554 


663 


1,207 


26.2 


47.7 


Plumbing 


353 


1,742 


373 


349 


360 


717 


21.8 


41.2 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


21 


152 


25 


28 


35 


60 


23.0 


39.5 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


215 


2,611 


236 


680 


749 


1,134 


28.7 


43.4 


74 


714 


76 


203 


213 


283 


29.8 


39.6 


Sheet Metal 


42 


427 


49 


109 


122 


167 


28.6 


39.1 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


99 


1,470 


111 


368 


414 


684 


28.2 


46.5 


Masonry 


63 


551 


66 


245 


219 


193 


39.7 


35.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


621 


3,804 


669 


1,242 


1,493 


950 


39.2 


25.0 


Plaster i ng 


52 


417 


65 


113 


167 


132 


40.0 


31.7 


Tile and mantel 


52 


1,148 


40 


325 


409 


509 


35.6 


44.3 


Other 


81 


3,683 


61 


700 


1,152 


1,685 


31.3 


45.8 


RHODE ISLAND 

General Contractors 

Bui Idi ng 1/ 


190 


6,388 


162 


1,867 


2,294 


2,794 


35.9 


43.7 


54 


3,811 


30 


1,207 


1,458 


1,629 


38.3 


42.7 


44 


3,069 


27 


906 


1,115 


1,309 


36.3 


42.7 


Highway 


7 


701 


1 


284 


328 


307 


46.8 


43.8 


Heavy Construction 


3 


41 


2 


17 


15 


13 


36.6 


31.7 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


136 


2,577 


132 


660 


836 


1,165 


32.4 


45.2 


16 


68 


18 


13 


13 


23 


19.1 


33.8 


Concreti ng 


5 


47 


4 


19 


18 


12 


38.3 


25.5 


Electrical 


18 


315 


17 


67 


79 


176 


25.1 


55.9 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


2 


I 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heat' ng and pipi ng 


38 


1,023 


34 


201 


289 


540 


28.3 


52.8 


8 


I 521 


5 


89 


152 


273 


29.2 


52.4 


wi th sheet metal 


1 


J 














Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


17 


379 


18 


79 


106 


213 


28.0 


56.2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


6 


54 


6 


17 


15 


21 


27,8 


38.9 


Plumbi ng 


6 


69 


5 


16 


le 


33 


23.2 


47.8 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo f i ng 


20 


564 


19 


174 


203 


240 


36.0 


42.6 


6 


234 


6 


70 


79 


86 


23.8 


36.8 


Sheet Metal 


7 


68 


7 


15 


18 


28 


26.5 


41.2 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


262 


6 


89 


106 


126 


40.5 


48.1 


Masonry 


3 


62 


2 


31 


25 


23 


40.3 


37.1 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 


20 


183 


25 


69 


87 


27 


47.5 


14.8 


Plastering 


3 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Tile and mantel 


3 


48 


3 


12 


15 




31.3 


43.8 


Other 


8 


228 


5 


57 


94 


98 


41.2 


43.0 



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ia>i« 


incltide* 


only report* on Form 60. 


Additional report* MCurMl on olhc 


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ncludM 


Opcrali 


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TABLE 2- ESTABUSHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL. PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent oi 


State and 
kind oi busina* 


Number of 

otabluh- 

ments 


Value oi 

work 
perfonned 


Active pro. 
piieton 
and Km 
roemben 


Em- 
ployeet 
Averate 

(or 

yew) 


Pay 
Ron y 


Cost oi 
material 
installed 


total work 
periormed 


Pay 


Mate 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


RoU 


rial 


SOUTH CAROLINA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


276 


$9,774 


258 


3,593 


13,101 


$4,733 


31.7 


48.4 


89 


5.969 


74 


2.794 


2.328 


3.377 


33.4 


48.5 


74 


4,108 


65 


1,663 


1,455 


2,lo7 


35.4 


52.8 


H ighway 


14 


1 2,861 


9 


1,131 


873 


1,210 


30.5 


42.3 


Heavy Consttuction 


1 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


187 


2.805 


184 


799 


773 


1.356 


27,6 


48.3 


25 


86 


26 


36 


21 


34 


23.9 


38.5 


Concreti ng 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


32 


514 


30 


163 


139 


268 


27.0 


52.1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 


86 


1.568 


90 


386 


382 


782 


24.4 


49.9 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


6 


175 


4 


46 


55 


90 


31.4 


51.4 


Heat 1 ng and p j p J ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


138 


5 


44 


52 


63 


37.7 


45.7 


Heating, piping, plumbi ng 


33 


1,056 


54 


242 


237 


547 


22.4 


51.8 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


z 


Plumbing 


39 


177 


44 


41 


29 


74 


16,4 


41.8 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


2 


I 


X 


X 


I 


z 


z 


z 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


16 


349 


15 


99 


88 


173 


25.2 


49.6 


8 


123 


9 


27 


20 


61 


16.4 


50.0 


Sheet Metal 


1 


[ 227 


6 


72 


68 


112 


30,0 


49.3 


Roof 1 ng and sheet metal 


7 


1 














Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


"" 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 
Plasteri ng 


17 


65 


18 


31 


28 


18 


43.1 


27.7 


3 


14 


3 


6 


7 


3 


50.0 


21.4 


Tile and mantel 


4 


99 


2 


47 


37 


45 


37.4 


45.5 


Other 


4 


108 


— 


31 


71 


33 


65.7 


30.6 


SOUTH DAKOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


157 


3,876 


159 


1,U7 


1,019 


1,709 


26.3 


44.1 


53 


3,175 


54 


974 


857 


1.346 


27.0 


42.4 


34 


1,081 


33 


246 


241 


625 


22.3 


57.8 


Highway 


19 


2,094 


21 


728 


616 


721 


29.4 


34.4 


Heavy Construction 


~ 


~ 


— 


~ 


— 


~ 


— 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


104 


701 


105 


143 


162 


363 


23.1 


51.8 


35 


104 


34 


19 


13 


52 


12.5 


50.0 


Concreting 


2 


z 


X 


z 


X 


z 


z 


z 


Electrical 


7 


146 


5 


22 


39 


79 


26.7 


54.1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


8 


3 


4 


4 


— 


50.0 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


39 


272 


42 


64 


50 


138 


18.4 


50.7 


1 
















Heati ng and p i p i ng 




30 


5 


9 


5 


16 


16.7 


53.3 


WI th sheet metal 


3 
















Heating, piping, plumbing 


19 


133 


19 


32 


27 


72 


20.3 


54.1 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















WI th sheet metal 


11 


65 


13 


14 


10 


32 


15.4 


49.2 


PI umbi ng 


5 


44 


5 


9 


8 


18 


18.2 


40.9 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


3 


35 


2 


7 


9 


22 


25.7 


62.9 


3 


35 


2 


7 


9 


22 


25.7 


62.9 


Sheet Metal 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 


Masonry 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


10 


25 


13 


1 


1 


7 


04.0 


28.0 


Plastering 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


1 


z 


X 


z 


z 


X 


X 


z 


Other 


3 


92 


2 


22 


42 


56 


45.7 


60.9 



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TABLE 2.. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ«ONNEL, PAY ROLL. AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind of busineu 


Number ol 

atablith- 

menti 


Value of 

work 
periormed 


Active pro. 
prietoTV 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

(or 

year) 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


Cost of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Male 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roil 


rial 


TENNESSEE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


582 


420,187 


591 


7,642 


t5,796 


♦9,568 


£8.7 


47.4 


157 


14,290 


157 


5,709 


3,826 


6,968 


£6.8 


48.8 


117 


5,759 


125 


1,625 


1,406 


3,124 


24.4 


54.2 


Highway 


28 


5,708 


22 


2,610 


1,578 


2,584 


27.6 


45.3 


Heavy Construction 


12 


2,823 


10 


1,474 


842 


1,260 


29.8 


44.6 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


425 


5.897 


434 


1.933 


1,970 


£.600 


33.4 


44.1 


65 


400 


71 


122 


110 


184 


£7.5 


46.0 


Concreti ng 


7 


33 


6 


14 


17 


9 


51.5 


27.3 


Electrical 


43 


648 


41 


185 


210 


£80 


3£.4 


43. £ 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


2 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


185 


2,613 


199 


719 


725 


1.230 


27.7 


47.1 


13 


271 


15 


59 


62 


133 


22.9 


49.1 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


17 


690 


14 


204 


226 


341 


32,8 


49.4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


68 


1,132 


73 


314 


317 


551 


28.0 


49.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


4 


75 


6 


25 


20 


£9 


26.7 


38.7 


Plumbing 


82 


I 445 


91 


117 


100 


166 


22.5 


37.3 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 


1 














Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


26 


426 


20 


154 


154 


189 


36.2 


44.4 


10 


177 


5 


45 


48 


72 


27.1 


40.7 


Sheet Metal 


7 


42 


8 


17 


11 


18 


£6.2 


42.9 


Roc fi ng and sheet metal 


9 


207 


7 


92 


95 


99 


45.9 


47.8 


Masonry 


16 


637 


15 


264 


235 


335 


36.9 


52.6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


54 


251 


61 


99 


98 


59 


39.0 


23.5 


Piaster! ng 


4 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


6 


166 


3 


59 


63 


92 


37.5 


54.8 


Other 


17 


670 


8 


296 


341 


211 


50.9 


31.5 


TEXAS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,134 


41,871 


1,147 


16,073 


12,823 


17,076 


31.1 


41.4 


£94 


30,187 


280 


13,102 


9,748 


11,945 


32.3 


39.6 


£06 


9,783 


£17 


4,525 


£,918 


4,936 


£9.8 


50.5 


Highway 


46 


14,257 


30 


5,718 


4,337 


5,415 


30.4 


38.0 


Heavy Construction 


42 


6,147 


33 


2,859 


2,493 


1,594 


40.6 


25.9 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


840 


11.084 


867 


2.971 


3.075 


5.131 


27.7 


46.3 


132 


350 


137 


92 


62 


11£ 


17.7 


3£.0 


Concret i ng 


18 


102 


18 


59 


31 


35 


30.4 


24.3 


Electrical 


92 


1,380 


95 


336 


402 


632 


29.1 


45.8 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


5 


206 


6 


130 


72 


105 


35.0 


51.0 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


305 


5.178 


322 


1.197 


1.233 


2,526 


23.8 


48.8 


20 


1,036 


16 


139 


196 


503 


18.9 


48.6 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


11 


294 


13 


91 


93 


131 


31.6 


44.6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


47 


1,511 


45 


341 


388 


818 


25.7 


54.1 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


12 


143 


14 


32 


30 


73 


21.0 


51.0 


PI umbi ng 


198 


2,103 


214 


564 


504 


965 


24.0 


45.9 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


17 


91 


20 


30 


22 


36 


24.2 


39.6 


Roofing and sheet metal group' 

Roofi ng 


72 


1.792 


67 


540 


574 


623 


32.0 


45.9 


24 


922 


19 


295 


319 


421 


34.6 


45.7 


Sheet Metal 


25 


325 


25 


80 


100 


124 


30.8 


38.2 


Roofing and sheet metal 


23 


545 


23 


165 


155 


278 


28.4 


51.0 


Masonry 


13 


61 


13 


26 


15 


25 


24.6 


41.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


130 


435 


137 


119 


114 


130 


26.2 


29.9 


Plasteri ng 


12 


143 


13 


47 


45 


74 


31.5 


51.7 


Tile and mantel 


19 


387 


20 


117 


131 


187 


33.9 


48.3 


Other 


42 


1,050 


39 


308 


396 


482 


37.7 


45.9 



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TABLE 2- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFJ^ONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 






















Percent oi 


State and 
kind oi buiineu 


Number ol 

cMabluh- 

menti 


Value ol 

work 
pertonned 


Active pro- 
prietora 
and firni 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 

ior 

year) 


Pay 
Roll y 


Cost ol 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Mate 






(«U 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


UTAH 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


332 


18,115 


358 


2,554 


12,422 


$3,469 


29.8 


42.7 


92 


»,331 


106 


2,139 


1,975 


2,637 


31.2 


41.7 


6« 


2,098 


85 


400 


469 


1,092 


22.4 


52.0 


Highway 


20 


4,065 


15 


1,640 


1,442 


1,508 


35.5 


37.1 


Heavy Construction 


8 


168 


6 


99 


64 


37 


38.1 


28.0 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpent-ri ng 


230 


1,784 


252 


415 


447 


832 


25.1 


46.6 


38 


90 


41 


10 


11 


29 


12.2 


32.2 


Concteti ng 


6 


27 


7 


13 


8 


7 


29.6 


25.9 


Electrical 


17 


126 


13 


35 


36 


57 


28.6 


45.2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


74 


848 


80 


139 


169 


469 


19.9 


55.3 


5 


87 


5 


10 


18 


43 


20.7 


49.4 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


10 


151 


10 


38 


42 


66 


27.3 


43.7 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


32 


413 


37 


68 


81 


246 


19.6 


59.6 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


4 


81 


5 


9 


11 


52 


13.8 


64.2 


PI umbi ng 


23 


116 


23 


14 


17 


62 


14.7 


53.4 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rood ng 


16 


97 


18 


18 


16 


48 


16.5 


49.5 


6 


31 

} 66 
99 


8 


5 


4 


18 


12.9 


58.1 


Sheet Metal 


8 


10 


13 


12 


30 


18.2 


45.5 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 


2 
11 


14 


EG 


22 


41 


22.2 


41.4 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 


33 
21 


153 
121 


42 
23 


43 
39 


54 
43 


37 
43 


35.3 
35.5 


24.2 
35.5 


Tile and mantel 
Other 


4 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


76 


8 


40 


37 


27 


48.7 


35.5 


VERMONT 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


141 


1,327 


163 


447 


436 


546 


32.9 


41.1 


40 


792 


44 


288 


283 


335 


35.7 


42.3 


33 


475 


38 


160 


164 


206 


34.5 


43.4 


Highway 


6 


! 317 


6 


128 


119 


129 


37.5 


40.7 


Heavy Construction 


1 


) 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


101 


535 


119 


159 


153 


211 


28.6 


39.4 


25 


78 


28 


26 


24 


23 


30.3 


29.5 


Concreti ng 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Electrical 


10 


SO 


11 


13 


16 


31 


26.7 


51.7 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


19 


177 


25 


27 


30 


97 


16.9 


54.8 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


~ 


-- 


-- 


Heating and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


~" 


"" 


"" 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


11 


104 


15 


16 


19 


59 


18.3 


56.7 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet. metal 
Plumbing 


6 
2 


1 


10 


11 


11 


38 


15.1 


52.1 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


-- 


" 


-- 


— 


"•" 


~~ 


"" 


~~ 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


5 


53 


5 


22 


22 


22 


41.5 


41.5 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


"" 


"" 




"" 


Roo f i ng and sheet metal 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Masonry 


7 


16 


7 


9 


6 


4 


37.5 


25.0 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


31 


1 140 


40 


53 


50 


32 


35.7 


22.9 


Plaster 1 ng 


1 














Tile and mantel 


— 


— 




— 


"" 






'" 


Other 


















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TABLE 2 - ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PFKSONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 
OF MATERIAL, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 



State and 
kind of busineu 



VIRGINIA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng \J 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 
Concreti ng 
Electrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet nneta! 

Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 

Heati ng, piping, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 

PI umbi ng 

PI umbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo f i ng 

Sheet IVletal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, papeihanging 

and decorating 
Plastering 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



WASHINGTON 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

H ighway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 
Electr ical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 

Heating and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 

Heating, piping, plumbing 
with sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet meta! 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo fi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



Number of 

ettabliih- 

ment« 



169 
23 



Value of 

work 
pcffomied 



(add 000) 



$18,114 



11.585 



7,269 
1,628 
2,486 



450 
151 
782 



2.958 



102 
1,561 



370 
568 



109 
104 
631 
372 



31,781 



27.109 



3,606 

6,825 

16,680 

4.672 



Active pro- 
prietors 
and film 
members 



2,006 



157 
1,294 



193 
121 



133 
419 



102 
42 

12 



Em- 
ployees 
Average 

for 

year) 



5,376 



1,928 
784 
861 

1.803 



60 
210 



161 
127 



204 

18 



7,234 



908 
2,048 
3,165 

1.113 



Pay 
Roll 2/ 



(add 000) 



$5,559 



2,182 
552 
840 

1.965 



35 
400 



6 
240 



186 
143 



9,867 



8,416 



1,183 
2,062 
5,171 

1,451 



Cost of 
material 
installed 

(add 000) 



52 
208 



*Thi« UbU inchi^i ooly nport* 9m Fonn 60. 
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Additional repoft. M 



|8,983 



Percent of 
total work 
performed 



Pay 
Roil 



5,866 



3,956 

715 

1,195 



1,477 



263 



191 
164 



303 
182 



14,207 



12,200 



1,545 
2,847 
7,808 

2,007 



30.0 
33.9 

33.8 



17.2 
35.1 
34.3 



34.3 
25.6 

25.4 
25.3 
15.8 
28,4 



30.3 
20.2 
29.5 
38.4 

40.0 



32.8 
30.2 



31.2 
26.4 

19.1 
16.2 
12.5 
51.0 



29.0 
28.9 
41.3 
29.1 

44.0 
38.5 
39.1 
49.6 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED, PERSONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERL^L, 


BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent o< 


State and 
kind of business 


Number of 
menl9 


VJue o( 

work 
pafoimed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firas 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
Average 
for 
ysmt) 


P.y 
RoU 2/ 


Cost o( 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed j 


Pay 


Mate- 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


WEST VIRGINIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


338 


t7,5£5 


355 


3,169 


♦2,607 


♦2,757 


34.6 


36.6 


85 


5.616 


87 


2.598 


1,952 


2,050 


34.8 


36.5 


52 


1,344 


55 


368 


374 


712 


27.8 


53.0 


Highway 


£4 


2,847 


20 


1,643 


1,008 


950 


35.4 


33.4 


Heavy Coiistructmn 


9 


1,425 


12 


587 


570 


388 


40.0 


27.2 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


253 


1.909 


268 


571 


655 


707 


34.3 


37.0 


46 


104 


49 


22 


18 


29 


17,3 


27.9 


Concreti irg 


6 


39 


6 


13 


12 


28 


30.8 


71.8 


Electrical 


10 


164 


9 


54 


78 


52 


47.6 


31.7 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


8 


118 


8 


69 


61 


7 


51.7 


5.9 


Heating and plumbing group 


78 


718 


83 


191 


214 


309 


29.8 


43.0 


Heati ng and piping 


3 


26 


4 


2 


3 


14 


11.5 


53.8 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


3 


72 


1 


23 


33 


31 


45.8 


43.1 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


22 


292 


25 


73 


86 


130 


29,5 


44.5 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, pljtnbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


7 


130 


6 


40 


39 


59 


30.0 


45.4 


Plumbi ng 


38 


160 


41 


40 


41 


60 


25.6 


37.5 


PI umbi ng wi tti sheet metal 


5 


38 


6 


13 


12 


15 


31.6 


39.5 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooli ng 


11 


126 


12 


39 


45 


54 


35.7 


42.9 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


Sheet Metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


8 


118 


9 


37 


45 


52 


38,1 


44.1 


Masonry 


7 


40 


7 


10 


10 


19 


25.0 


47.5 


Painting, paperhanglng 




\ 196 














and decorating 


70 


84 


53 


57 


37 


29.1 


18.9 


Plastering 


£ 














Tile and ma ntel 


6 


101 


5 


28 


30 


47 


?9.7 


46.5 


Other 


9 


303 


5 


92 


130 


125 


42.9 


41.3 


WISCONSIN 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 
H ighway 


2,146 


32,134 


2,075 


9,469 


9,740 


13,783 


30.3 


42.9 


340 


17,655 


281 


5,783 


5,680 


7,441 


32. E 


42.1 


236 


7,906 


201 


2,686 


2,695 


3,693 


34.1 


46.7 


78 


5,068 


62 


1,854 


1,435 


1,803 


28,3 


35.6 


Heavy Construction 


26 


4,681 


18 


1,243 


1,550 


1,945 


33.1 


41.6 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 


1.806 


14.479 


1,794 


3,686 


4,060 


6,342 


28.0 


43.8 


378 


1,344 


383 


309 


270 


536 


20.1 


39.9 


63 


350 


58 


175 


103 


125 


29.4 


35.7 


Electrical 


140 


1,455 


123 


341 


440 


638 


30.2 


43.8 


Excavati ng and/or 


















fou nda t i on 


21 


169 


24 


49 


49 


32 


29.0 


18.9 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


492 


6,564 


479 


1.406 


1,618 


3,384 


24.6 


51.6 


52 


1,100 


48 


206 


273 


555 


24.8 


50.5 


Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


72 


1,004 


63 


255 


267 


489 


26.6 


48.7 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


197 


2,784 


198 


560 


642 


1,524 


23.1 


54.7 


Heating, piping, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 


22 


533 


19 


120 


145 


301 


27.2 


56.5 


Plumbi ng 


148 


I 1,143 


151 


265 


291 


515 


25.5 


45.1 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 














Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 
Sheet Metal 


75 


1.178 


64 


325 


389 


505 


33.0 


42.9 


39 


880 


26 


262 


320 


384 


36.4 


43.6 


25 


248 


24 


55 


63 


98 


25.4 


39.5 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 


11 


50 


14 


8 


6 


23 


12.0 


46.0 


69 


445 


74 


141 


142 


182 


31.9 


40.9 


Painting, paperhanging 
and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Ti le and mantel 
Other 


443 


1,728 


463 


569 


623 


406 


36.1 


23.5 


71 


362 


81 


128 


110 


133 


30.4 


36.7 


17 


290 


9 


85 


105 


129 


36.2 


44.5 


37 


594 


26 


158 


211 


272 


35.6 


45.8 



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TABLE. 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PERSONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 






OF MATERIAL, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 






















Percent of 


State and 
kind of businesa 


Number of 

establuli- 

menti 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
prietor* 
and firm 
member* 


Em- 
ployee* 
Average 

for 

year) 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


Co*l of 
material 
installed 


total work 
performed 


Pay 


Male 






(add 000) 






(add 000) 


(add 000) 


Roll 


rial 


WYOMING 

Generetl Contractora 

Building 1/ 


336 


$2,837 


253 


820 


$809 


81,145 


28.5 


40.4 


47 


2,090 


51 


701 


675 


S89 


32.3 


42.5 


31 


438 


36 


121 


127 


236 


29.0 


53.9 


Highway 


11 


1,066 


9 


423 


392 


414 


36.8 


38.8 


Heavy Construction 


5 


586 


6 


157 


156 


239 


26.6 


40.8 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


189 


747 


202 


119 


134 


256 


17.9 


34.3 


65 


203 


66 


31 


32 


60 


15.8 


29.6 


Concreti ng 


8 


24 


10 


4 


4 


7 


16.7 


29.2 


Electrical 


10 


59 


9 


6 


6 


20 


10.-: 


33.9 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


y_ 


1 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


28 


153 


27 


26 


27 


79 


17.6 


51.6 















__ 






Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 

















__ 


__ 





Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


14 
















Heating, piping, plumbing 




117 


14 


21 


22 


65 


18.8 


55.6 


wi th sheet metal 


1 
















Plumbi ng 


13 


36 


13 


5 


5 


14 


13.9 


38.9 


Plumbing with sheet metal 

























Roofing and theet metal group 

Roofing 


? 


14 


4 


2 


2 


5 


14.: 


35.7 








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Sheet Metal 


2 


1 


4 


2 


g 


5 


li.". 


35.7 


Roofing and sheet metal 


1 










^ 




Masonry 


6 


z 


X 


■X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


52 


122 


58 


20 


19 


28 


15.6 


?3.0 


Plaster i ng 


8 


33 


9 


10 


7 


12 


21.2 


35.4 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Other 


7 


114 


3 


16 


34 


33 


29.8 


28.9 


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TABLE 3.- 


CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 
UNITED STATES SUMMARY 
NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








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Geographic Divisions 
and States. 


Number of 

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menls 


Value of work performed (add 000) 


Total 


New construction and additions 


Remodeling, repairs 
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Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


46,429 


ta, 330, 835 


$961,021 


$405,473 


♦555,548 


ij369,814 


4.327,775 


^f42,039 


NEW ENGLAND 

tonneclicut 


4,350 


92,104 


54,159 


24,743 


29,416 


37,945 


34,353 


3,592 


981 


26,320 


18,271 


6,985 


11,286 


8,049 


7,449 


600 


Mai ne 


536 


5,553 


2,185 


1,325 


860 


3,368 


3,019 


349 


Massachusetts 


2,284 


48,279 


26,726 


15,063 


13,663 


21,553 


19,245 


2,308 


New Hampshi re 


218 


4,237 


2,420 


1,222 


1.198 


1,817 


1,649 


168 


Rtiode Island 


190 


6,388 


3,979 


1,799 


2,180 


2,409 


2,331 


78 


Vermont 


141 


1,327 


578 


349 


229 


749 


660 


89 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


13,053 


336,697 


218,174 


109,161 


109,013 


118,523 


111,060 


7,463 


2,712 


43,309 


25,790 


13,673 


13,117 


16,519 


15,323 


1,196 


New York 


6,462 


215,569 


143,924 


66,495 


77 , 429 


71,645 


67,399 


4,246 


Pennsylvania 


3,879 


77,819 


47,460 


28,993 


18,467 


30,359 


28,338 


2,021 


EAST NORTH-CENTRAL 

Illinois 


9,843 


274,832 


192,502 


92,612 


99,890 


82,330 


73,693 


8,537 


2,391 


107,957 


75,825 


29,501 


46,224 


32,132 


27,581 


4,551 


Indiana 


1,402 


24,966 


17,478 


6,565 


10,915 


7,488 


6,362 


1,126 


Michigan 


1,255 


47,636 


33,998 


22,421 


11,577 


13,640 


12,939 


701 


Ohio 


2,649 


62,137 


43,792 


24,092 


19,700 


18,345 


16,447 


1,898 


Wisconsin 


2,146 


32,134 


21,409 


9,933 


11,475 


10,725 


10,364 


351 


WEST NORTHCENTRAL 

Iowa 


5,157 


152,660 


118,356 


35,439 


82,917 


34,304 


27,693 


6,611 


881 


21,752 


16,867 


3,746 


13,121 


4,885 


4,346 


539 


Kansas 


498 


9,056 


6,466 


2,421 


4,045 


2,590 


2,05b 


534 


Mi nnesota 


1,492 


41,938 


32,226 


8,603 


23,623 


9,712 


8,279 


1,433 


Missouri 


1,530 


58,365 


45,905 


16,093 


29,812 


12,460 


9,381 


3,079 


Nebraslo 


495 


15,056 


11,729 


3,192 


8,537 


3,327 


2,735 


592 


Nor th Dakota 


104 


2,617 


1,946 


629 


1,317 


671 


350 


321 


South Dakota 


157 


3,876 


3,217 


755 


2,462 


659 


546 


113 


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Delaware 


4,154 


147,586 


115,327 


56,475 


58,852 


32,259 


28,569 


3,690 


150 


4,328 


2,790 


1,592 


1,198 


1,538 


1.475 


62 


District of Columbia 


305 


24,746 


20,272 


11,227 


9,045 


4,474 


4,050 


424 


Florida 


670 


25,761 


20,873 


10,558 


10,315 


4,888 


4,560 


328 


Georgia 


533 


20,711 


16,344 


5,519 


10,825 


4,367 


3,615 


751 


Maryland 


710 


17,703 


12,931 


5,490 


6,441 


4,772 


3,755 


1,017 


North Carolina 


499 


18,924 


15,247 


8,155 


7,092 


3,677 


3,601 


76 


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276 


9,774 


7,394 


3,119 


4,275 


2,380 


1,942 


438 


Virginia 


673 


18,114 


13,445 


7,753 


5,692 


4,669 


4,135 


534 


West Vireinia 


338 


7,525 


6,031 


2,052 


3,969 


1,494 


1,434 


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Alabama 


2,045 


44,367 


33,999 


11,759 


22,240 


10,368 


8,984 


1,384 


267 


7,830 


5,848 


1,826 


4,022 


1,982 


1,744 


238 


Kentucky 


934 


13,903 


10,156 


3,987 


6,169 


3,747 


3,458 


289 


Mississippi 


262 


2,447 


1,478 


732 


746 


969 


730 


239 


Tennessee 


582 


20,187 


16,517 


5,214 


11,303 


3,670 


3,052 


618 


WEST SOUTH-CENTRAL 

Arkansas 


1,953 


71,479 


56,802 


17,005 


39,797 


14,577 


10,789 


3,888 


214 


4,417 


3,554 


915 


2,639 


853 


769 


94 


Louisiana 


254 


14,315 


9,958 


3,171 


6,787 


4,357 


2,145 


2,212 


Oklahoma 


351 


11,476 


9,182 


1,998 


7,184 


2,294 


1,652 


642 


Texas 


1,134 


41,271 


34,108 


10,921 


23,187 


7,163 


6,223 


940 


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Ar izona 


1,478 


41,667 


34,485 


8,053 


26,432 


7,182 


6,135 


1,047 


121 


3,560 


2,941 


535 


2,406 


619 


593 


26 


Colorado 


367 


8,704 


6,327 


1,856 


4,471 


2,377 


2,186 


191 


Idaho 


163 


7,742 


7,177 


894 


6,283 


565 


406 


159 


Montana 


160 


5,951 


5,005 


899 


4,107 


945 


803 


142 


Nevada 


42 


1,901 


1,575 


395 


1,180 


326 


317 


9 


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67 


2,857 


2,353 


425 


1,928 


504 


327 


177 


Utah 


322 


8,115 


6,986 


2,248 


4,736 


1,129 


929 


200 


Wyomi ng 


236 


2,837 


2,120 


801 


1,319 


717 


574 


143 


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Cal 1 f or ni3 


4,396 


169,443 


137,217 


50,226 


85,991 


32,226 


26,499 


5,727 


3,319 


118,144 


92,358 


43,540 


48,818 


25,786 


21,508 


4,278 


Oregon 


446 


19,518 


16,228 


2,852 


13,355 


3,290 


2,100 


1,190 


Washington 


631 


31,781 


28,631 


3,824 


24,807 


3,150 


2,891 


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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








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Number o( 
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Value oi work performed 


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946 


1.129 


1,338 


1,160 


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16 


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1.112 


526 


336 


190 


586 


486 


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348 


190 


158 


331 


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117 


42 


75 


267 


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209 


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3 


Sheet Metal 


1 


139 


81 


36 


45 


58 


58 





Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


7 














t<lasonry 


3 


3 


1 


1 


~ 


2 


2 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


17 


31 


12 


4 


8 


19 


19 


— 


Plaster 1 ng 


3 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Tile and mantel 


4 


31 


17 


17 


— 


14 


14 


— 


Other 


10 


273 


198 


161 


37 


75 


72 


3 


ARIZONA 
General Contractors 


121 


3,560 


2,941 


535 


2,406 


619 


593 


26 


33 


8.991 


2.752 


369 


2,383 


139 


123 


16 


Building 1/ 


23 


775 


646 


299 


347 


129 


113 


16 


Highway 


7 


1,867 


1,867 


3 


1,864 


~ 


— 


~ 


Heavy Construction 


3 


249 


239 


67 


172 


10 


10 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


86 


669 


189 


166 


23 


480 


470 


10 


20 


51 


5 


5 


~ 


46 


45 


1 


Concreting 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


11 


133 


45 


43 


2 


88 


88 


— 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


i7 


205 


62 


51 


11 


143 


142 


1 


1 


X 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


z 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















with sheet metal 














— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


5 


62 


31 


24 


7 


31 


30 


1 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


4 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Plumbing 


6 


31 


23 


22 


1 


8 


8 


— 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 













— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


4 


101 


12 


7 


5 


89 


89 


— 


4 


101 


12 


7 


5 


89 


89 


— 


Sheet Metal 

















— 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 

















— 


— 


— 


Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


~ 


— 


— 


~ 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


31 


106 


31 


27 


4 


75 


67 


8 


Plaster i ng 











— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


2 


z 


z 


Z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


Other 


2 


39 


6 


6 




33 


33 





include! 
Op«ralr 



r«porU oci Fom 60. AJfitioiwI r«ports tecurad o* other h 
ildeta. 2/ Indudu no compcnMtion Iot pTopncion and ftnn 



ro«mb«T» of luiiocerpotmlw) 



■void imchmrm of iitdividtt^ opmttict 



















Vol. 1 


- Page 93 




CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 

TABLE 3.- 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 










NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 










State and 




Value of work performed (add 000) | 




Number oi 






.... 


Remodeling, repairs | 




kind of business 


esUblish- 


Total 


New corutruction and additions 11 


and 


maintenance 






ments 




Total 


Private 


PubUc 


Total 


Private 


Public 




ARKANSAS 


214 


$4,417 


$3,554 


$915 


$2,639 


$863 


$769 


$94 




^cncrdl Contractors 


56 


3.050 


2,768 


442 


2.326 


282 


211 


71 




Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 


39 


889 


740 


316 


424 


149 


149 


— 




IE 


1,808 


1,675 


70 


1,605 


133 


62 


71 




6 


353 


353 


56 


297 


— 


~~ 


" 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


158 


1,367 


786 


473 


313 


581 


558 


23 




44 


123 


55 


46 


9 


68 


65 


3 




Concreting 


2 


I 


I 


X 


X 


z 


X 


* 




Electrical 


14 


183 


150 


141 


9 


33 


33 






Excavating and/or 




















foundation 


-* 


— 


— 


— 


~~ 


~~ 


~" 






Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


46 


523 


291 


121 


170 


232 


224 


8 




3 


















Healing and piping 




70 


40 


38 


2 


30 


29 


1 




wi th sheet metal 


2 


















Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 


22 


209 


78 


37 


41 


131 


124 


7 




Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















with sheet metal 


3 


147 


141 


15 


126 


6 


6 


— 




Plumbing 


16 


97 


32 


31 


1 


65 


65 


— 




Plumbing with sheet metal 


« 


-. 


— 


— 


— 


— 


■" 


"" 




Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


16 


210 


57 


55 


2 


153 


145 


8 




e 


69 


15 


13 


2 


54 


46 


8 




Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 


6 
2 


) - 


42 


42 


- 


99 


99 


~ 




Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


*" 






Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


26 


60 


12 


12 


— 


48 


48 


— 




Plasteri ng 


2 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


X 


"^ 




Tile and mantel 


3 


z 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 




Other 


5 


120 


81 


81 


"" 


39 


39 






CALIFORNIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 


3,319 


118,144 


92,358 


43,540 


48,818 


25,786 


21,508 


4,278 




856 


77.562 


69,067 


25,683 


42.384 


8,495 


^703 


2,792 




657 


31,142 


24,550 


15,550 


9,000 


6,592 


4,812 


1,780 




91 
108 


18,212 
28,208 


17,745 
26,772 


2,859 
8,274 


14,886 
18,498 


467 
1,436 


190 
701 


277 
735 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


2.463 


40.582 


23.291 


16.857 


6,434 


17,291 


15,805 


1,486 




242 


1,263 


488 


472 


16 


775 


763 


12 




Concreti ng 


97 


1,276 


909 


801 


108 


367 


367 


— 




Electrical 


290 


6,094 


4,167 


2,819 


1,348 


1,927 


1,780 


147 




Excavati ng and/ot 




















foundat i on 


28 


2,358 


2,203 


369 


1,834 


155 


149 


6 




Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


799 


12.107 


6,954 


5.389 


1.565 


5,153 


4,825 


328 




46 


1,461 


976 934 


42 


485 


477 


8 




Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi Ih sheet metal 


63 


1,034 


553 437 


116 


481 


405 


76 




Heating, piping, plumbing 


157 


3,826 


2,422 


1,432 


990 


1,404 


1,195 


209 




Heating, piping, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


53 


1,290 


766 


554 


212 


524 


515 


9 




Plumbi ng 


453 


4,253 


2,128 


1,923 


305 


2,125 


2,099 


26 




Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


27 


243 


109 


109 


— 


134 


134 


— 




Rooting and sheet metal group 

Roo f i ng 


270 


5,212 


2i^058 


1,846 


212 


3,154 


3^089 


65 




179 


4,507 


1,687 


1,516 


171 


2,820 


2,763 


57 




Sheet Metal 


87 


633 


334 


293 


41 


299 


291 


8 




Roofi ng and sheet metal 


4 


72 


37 


37 


— 


35 


35 


— 




Masonry 


33 


467 


383 


303 


80 


84 


71 


13 




Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorating 


364 


3,284 


979 


802 


177 


2,305 


2,244 


61 




Plaster i ng 


92 


1,320 


726 


469 


257 


594 


349 


245 




Tile and mantel 


116 


2,186 


1,648 


1,472 


176 


S38 


504 


34 




Other 


132 


5,015 


2,776 


2,115 


661 


2,239 


1,664 


575 



*Thii Ubi* include* only rcporU en Fonn 60. Addiboiial r«porU Mcurad on othor fonnt w« HimmamM) in text Table 
l/ tncludot Opcrcliv* Biiildas. 2/ Indud** no compensation (or proprieton mad Hnn mtmbwa of luuBCorponlod buainMM 



X- Withb^d lo avoid dUdowra of individual opatatioai. 



Vol. I - Page 94 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 








State and 


Number of 
esUblish- 


Value of work performed (add 000) | 




New construction and additions 


Remodeling, repairs 
and maintenance 


kind of business 


ments 


Total 












TotJ 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


COLORADO 


367 


|8,704 


$6,327 


#1,856 


$4,471 


$2,377 


$2,186 


$191 


General Contractors 

Building \J 
Highway 


45 


5.523 


5,026 


895 


4,131 


497 


393 


104 


24 


1,096 


816 


247 


569 


280 


276 


4 


9 


2,903 


2,808 


168 


2,540 


95 


95 


— 


Heavy Construction 


12 


1,524 


1,402 


480 


922 


122 


22 


100 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


322 


3.181 


1.301 


961 


340 


1,880 


1.793 


87 


35 


94 


22 


19 


3 


72 


70 


2 


Concreti ng 


3 


20 


3 


3 


~ 


17 


12 


5 


Electrical 


34 


526 


298 


292 


6 


228 


211 


17 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


175 


1,858 


756 


499 


257 


1.102 


1.052 


50 


9 


86 


45 


13 


32 


41 


36 


5 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


32 


274 


91 


73 


18 


183 


155 


18 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


66 


928 


328 


252 


76 


600 


577 


23 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


7 


275 


196 


65 


131 


79 


77 


2 


PI umbi ng 


60 


295 


96 


96 


_. 


199 


197 


2 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


1 














Roofing and sheet metal group 


S5 


854 


97 


40 


57 


157 


151 


5 


Rooti ng 


7 


171 


59 


5 


54 


112 


107 


5 


Sheet Metal 


16 


} 33 


38 


35 


3 


45 


44 


1 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


2 














Masonry 


1 




X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


37 


183 


17 


13 


4 


166 


152 


4 


Plasteri ng 


2 


I 


X 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


4 


110 


69 


66 


3 


41 


38 


3 


Other 


5 


118 


26 


25 


1 


92 


92 




CONNECTICUT 

General Contractors 

Building \J 


981 


26,320 


18,271 


6,985 


11,286 


e,049 


7,449 


600 


262 


17.839 


15.199 


4.232 


10,967 


2,640 


2,171 


469 


201 


6,797 


4,662 


3,493 


1,169 


2,135 


£,050 


85 


Highway 


50 


9,802 


9,323 


527 


8,796 


479 


95 


384 


Heavy Construction 


11 


1,240 


1,214 


£12 


1,002 


26 


26 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


719 


8.481 


3.072 


2.753 


319 


5,409 


5,278 


131 


109 


511 


106 


103 


3 


405 


397 


8 


Concreti ng 


29 


195 


116 


102 


14 


79 


77 


2 


Electrical 


73 


741 


267 


254 


13 


474 


471 


3 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


16 


168 


146 


145 


1 


22 


22 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


213 


3.890 


1.408 


1,290 


118 


2,482 


2,389 


93 


21 


659 


324 


321 


3 


335 


315 


20 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


16 


198 


94 


94 


— 


104 


103 


1 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, plumbi ng 


90 


1,462 


345 


302 


43 


1,117 


1,050 


67 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


64 


1,363 


528 


527 


1 


835 


831 


4 


Plumbi ng 


22 


208 


117 


46 


71 


91 


90 


1 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


49 


1.114 


460 


394 


66 


654 


641 


13 


31 


749 


236 


181 


55 


513 


510 


3 


Sheet IVIetal 


9 


67 


48 


48 


— 


19 


19 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


9 


298 


176 


165 


U 


122 


112 


10 


Masonry 


29 


277 


123 


110 


13 


154 


154 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


164 


871 


101 


91 


10 


770 


768 


2 


Plastering 


7 


89 


61 


12 


49 


28 


28 


— 


Tile and mantel 


8 


168 


99 


83 


16 


69 


65 


4 


Other 


22 


457 


185 


169 


16 


272 


266 


6 



"T>ii> Ublt inehidca only reports on Fonn 60. 
\J Includes Operative Byi1dei>.2^ Include* no 



Additiona) report* tecaret 

comperiMlion for proprieloi 



oa other lorms ue >ummaru«d in te:i 
and ftnn mentbers of unincorporalea 



>. X- Withheld to avoid dUdoaure of individual operation*. 

















Vol. 1 


- Page 95 


CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 




TABLE 3- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 






State and 


Number of 


Value of work performed (add 000) 






... 


Remodeling, repairs | 




esublish- 




New corutruction and additions | 


and maintenance 




kind of business 


ments 


Total 












Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


DELAWARE 

General Contractors 

Bui l(fi ng 1/ 


150 


$4,328 


♦2,790 


tl,592 


$1,198 


$1,538 


$1,476 


$62 


40 


2,147 


1.726 


733 


993 


421 


401 


20 


34 


1,396 


1,005 


716 


289 


391 


371 


20 


Highway 


4 


751 


721 


17 


704 


30 


30 


.. 


Heavy Construction 


2 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


110 


2.181 


1.064 


859 


205 


1.117 


1.075 


42 


17 


191 


83 


60 


3 


108 


108 


~ 


Concreting 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Electrical 


13 


359 


176 


148 


28 


183 


183 


— 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


X 


X 


I 


X 


z 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 


46 


958 


524 


379 


145 


434 


418 


16 


Heating and pipl ng 


4 


60 


45 


45 




15 


15 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


281 


217 


127 


90 


64 


62 


2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


23 


410 


178 


177 


1 


232 


218 


14 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


4 


17 


4 


4 


— 


13 


13 


— 


Plumbing 


9 


190 


80 


26 


54 


110 


110 


_. 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 














Rooiing and sheet metal group 

Roof] ng 


8 


132 


31 


31 


— 


101 


78 


23 


2 


X 




X 


— 


X 


X 


— 


Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


6 


X 


z 


X 


— 


X 


X 


X 


Masonry 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


16 


299 


108 


108 


— 


191 


191 


— 


Plaster! ng 


4 


65 


31 


23 


8 


34 


34 


~ 


Tile and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Other 


1 


^ 


X 


X 


I 


^ 


X 


X 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


305 


24,746 


20,272 


11,227 


9,045 


4,474 


4,050 


424 


101 


13.817 


12.766 


5.365 


6.401 


1.051 


845 


206 


90 


9,480 


8,623 


6,041 


2,582 


857 


779 


78 


Highway 


8 


4,337 


4,143 


324 


3.819 


194 


66 


128 


Heavy Construction 


3 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


204 


10.929 


7.506 


4.862 


2.644 


3,423 


3,205 


218 


17 


213 


42 


38 


4 


171 


164 


7 


Concreti ng 


6 


972 


961 


537 


424 


11 


9 


2 


Electrical 


26 


2,385 


2,151 


1,273 


878 


234 


151 


83 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


5 


274 


274 


199 


75 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


75 


3.147 


1.715 


1.246 


467 


1.432 


1.399 


33 


18 


889 


390 


388 


2 


499 


474 


25 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


6 


83 


24 


14 


10 


59 


59 


— 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


29 


1,508 


1,059 


685 


374 


449 


445 


4 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


3 


91 


20 


20 


— 


71 


71 


— 


Plumbi ng 


18 


576 


222 


141 


81 


354 


350 


4 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 
















Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo ti ng 


17 


510 


269 


259 


10 


241 


237 


4 


3 


132 


22 


22 


— 


110 


110 


— 


Sheet Metal 


7 


103 


75 


75 


— 


28 


28 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


275 


172 


162 


10 


103 


99 


4 


Masonry 


6 


392 


369 


214 


155 


23 


17 


6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 


22 
2 


) 880 


242 


177 


65 


638 


576 


62 


Tile and mantel 


9 


629 


597 


145 


452 


32 


26 


6 


Other 


19 


1,527 


886 


772 


114 


641 


626 


15 



*Thia ubi* inctudei only reports mi Form 
1/ Includea Operative Buildeia.^ titclud. 



60. Additional reports Mcured 



for proprietors and Krm mambcrs of 



•d in lexl Table C 

<rporal*d busincsees. X* Withheld 



avoid diadosur* of individual operations. 



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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS." 










State and 


Number of 
esUblish- 


Value of work performed (add 000) 








New construction and additions 


Remodeling, repairs 
and maintenance 


kind of busineu 


menls 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


FLORIDA 

General Contractors 

Bui 1 ding 1/ 


670 


125,761 


#20,873 


♦10,558 


$10,315 


$4,888 


♦4,560 


»328 


204 


17,985 


16.267 


6,323 


9.944 


1.718 


1.503 


215 


160 


8,361 


6,881 


5,795 


1,086 


1,480 


1,442 


38 


Highway 


19 


4,558 


4,361 


82 


4,279 


197 


28 


169 


Heavy Constrjction 


25 


5,066 


5,025 


446 


4,579 


41 


33 


8 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


466 


7.776 


4,606 


4.235 


371 


3.170 


3,057 


113 


66 


407 


234 


227 


7 


173 


162 


11 


Concretl ng 


4 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Electrical 


89 


1,366 


876 


862 


14 


490 


488 


2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


170 


2.844 


1.841 


1.712 


129 


1,003 


989 


14 


2 
















Heati ng and pipi ng 




353 


235 


213 


22 


118 


118 


— 


wi til sheet metal 


10 
















Heating, piping, plumbing 


51 


1,422 


1,088 


1,036 


52 


334 


324 


10 


Heat! ng, pipi ng, plumt)i ng 


















Wi tti sheet metal 


3 


22 


9 


9 


— 


13 


13 


— 


Plumbing 


95 


967 


499 


444 


55 


468 


464 


4 


Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 


9 


80 


10 


10 


— 


70 


70 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


56 


1,315 


563 


496 


67 


752 


696 


56 


15 


136 


6 


6 


~ 


130 


130 


~ 


Sheet Metal 


7 


77 


56 


36 


— 


41 


41 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


34 


1,102 


521 


454 


67 


581 


525 


56 


Masonry 


1 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


z 


z 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


35 


241 


41 


39 


2 


200 


188 


12 


Plasteri ng 


10 


230 


167 


187 


~ 


43 


43 


— 


Tile and mantel 


ZZ 


885 


537 


481 


56 


348 


330 


18 


Other 


15 


464 


303 


207 


96 


161 


161 


— 


GEORGIA 

General Contractor* 

Building 1/ 


533 


20, 7U 


16,344 


5,519 


10,825 


4,367 


3,616 


751 


177 


14.475 


12.746 


3.036 


9.710 


1,729 


1,204 


525 


149 


5,801 


4,286 


2,854 


1,432 


1,515 


1,202 


313 


Highway 


21 


6,765 


6,567 


40 


6,527 


198 


— 


198 


Heavy Construction 


7 


1,909 


1,893 


142 


1,751 


16 


2 


14 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


356 


6.236 


3.598 


2.483 


1,115 


2,638 


2,412 


226 


64 


271 


114 


111 


3 


157 


157 


— 


Concretl ng 


5 


172 


65 


50 


15 


107 


27 


80 


Electrical 


61 


1,196 


681 


658 


23 


515 


5U 


4 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


-_ 


— 


» 


— 


~- 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


103 


2.046 


1.275 


626 


649 


771 


751 


20 


6 


246 


233 


202 


31 


13 


13 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


7 


326 


184 


156 


28 


142 


140 


2 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


41 


1,066 


739 


154 


585 


327 


312 


15 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


4 


22 


8 


8 


•~ 


14 


14 


— 


Plumbi ng 


41 


330 


70 


55 


5 


260 


257 


3 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


4 


56 


41 


41 


— 


15 


15 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


30 


1,019 


559 


509 


50 


460 


453 


7 


13 


330 


78 


45 


33 


252 
208 


252 


— 


Sheet Metal 

Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


2 

15 


[ 689 


481 


464 


17 


201 


7 


Masonry 


4 


32 


24 


16 


8 


8 


8 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


56 


484 


223 


106 


U7 


261 


258 


3 


Plasteri ng 


4 


3U 


306 


101 


205 


5 


4 


1 


Ti le and mantel 


12 


298 


175 


156 


19 


123 


27 


96 


Other 


17 


407 


176 


150 


26 


231 


216 


15 



"This t^U includes 
l/ Includes Opcrsli' 



rU OB FofiB 60. Addition*] roports Mcuiod on other fonns mn wummatismi in text Table 
k 2/ Includes no compenselion lor proprietor* and firm momberi of unincorporatad buMn«as> 



>.X- Withbold to avoid di»do«ur« of iodividuaJ opeiatiooi- 



f 

















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TABLE 3- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 










Slate and 






Value of work performed (add 000) 






Number of 






.... 


Remodelina. repairs I 




estabUsh- 




New construction and additions 11 


and 


maintenance 




kind of busineu 


ments 


Total 














TotJ 


Private 


PubUc 


Total 


Private 


Public 


IDAHO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


163 


#7,742 


♦7,177 


$894 


t6,283 


♦565 


♦406 


♦l59 


54 


7,148 


6,874 


652 


6.222 


274 


123 


151 


40 


688 


564 


411 


153 


124 


123 


1 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


12 
2 


6,460 


6,310 


241 


6,069 


150 


-- 


150 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


109 


594 


303 


242 


61 


291 


283 


8 


41 


108 


48 


46 


2 


60 


55 


5 


Concreti ng 


4 


6 


2 


2 


— 


4 


4 


— 


Electrical 


6 


69 


22 


22 


— 


47 


45 


2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


30 


285 


159 


116 


43 


126 


125 


1 


._ 


.. 


.. 












Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with stieet metal 


4 


55 


15 


15 


— 


40 


40 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


14 


185 


133 


90 


43 


52 


52 


— 


Heat 1 ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















witti stieet metal 


2 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Plurrbing 


9 


35 


11 


11 





24 


23 


1 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


z 


z 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


1 


X 


z 


I 


X 


X 


z 


X 























Sheet Metal 


1 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 




















— 


— 


Masonry 


2 


55 


50 


37 


13 


5 


5 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


17 


41 


9 


8 


1 


32 


32 


— 


Plastering 


4 


12 


7 


6 


1 


5 


5 


— 


Ti le and mantel 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Other 


2 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


z 


ILLINOIS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,391 


107,957 


75,825 


29,601 


46,224 


32,132 


27,581 


4,551 


530 


67,635 


58,073 


16,737 


41,336 


9,562 


6,738 


2,824 


348 


25,629 


19,230 


10,677 


8,553 


6,399 


5,022 


1,377 


Highway 


120 


17,330 


16,068 


1,099 


14,969 


1,262 


244 


1,018 


Heavy Construction 


62 


24,676 


22,775 


4,961 


17,814 


1,901 


1,472 


429 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


1.861 


40.322 


17.752 


12.864 


4.888 


22.570 


20,843 


1.727 


224 


1,453 


147 


138 


9 


1,306 


1,290 


16 


Concreti ng 


49 


547 


367 


231 


136 


180 


173 


7 


Electrical 


191 


5,338 


2,464 


1,684 


780 


2,874 


2,608 


266 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


18 


597 


550 


406 


144 


47 


44 


3 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pi pi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


702 


16.925 


8.357 


6,105 


2.252 


8,568 


7,647 


921 


111 


7,039 


3,769 


2,949 


820 


3,270 


2,903 


367 


70 


1,350 


582 


533 


49 


768 


753 


15 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


270 


4,855 


2,535 


1,613 


922 


2,320 


2,238 


82 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


38 


1,715 


1,078 


656 


422 


637 


226 


411 


Plumbi ng 


209 


1,948 


389 


350 


39 


1,559 


1,513 


46 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


4 


18 


4 


4 


— 


14 


14 


— 


RooKng and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


221 


4.546 


1.534 


1,204 


330 


3,012 


2,838 


174 


106 


2,949 


685 


672 


13 


2,264 


2,134 


130 


Sheet Metal 


86 


582 


202 


183 


19 


380 


353 


27 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


29 


1,015 


647 


349 


298 


368 


351 


17 


Masonry 


34 


653 


265 


219 


46 


388 


387 


1 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


239 


3,235 


681 


471 


210 


2,554 


2,489 


65 


Plastering 


43 


1,240 


553 


334 


219 


687 


605 


82 


Tile and mantel 


36 


690 


330 


275 


55 


360 


323 


37 


Other 


104 


5,098 


2,504 


1,797 


707 


2,594 


2,439 


155 



Ubl« includes 
ncludes Operativ 



nly r«porU on Fonn 60. 
Buildna.2/ Include* no 



Additional reports aecured on other fonns 
compenution lor proprietors end firm rrwmb 



Bumnuhxed in text Table 
ot uaincorpor*l«d bui 



avoid diadowre ol individual operalioi 



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TABLE 3.- 


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BY KIND OF BUSINESS." 








State and 


Number of 


Value of work performed 


add 000) 








... 


Remodeling, repairs 1 




esUblish- 




New construction and additions 1 


and maintenance 




kind of business 


ments 


Total 












Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


INDIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


1,402 


$24,966 


817,478 


|6,565 


$10,913 


$7,488 


$6,352 


$1,125 


255 


16,199 


13,301 


3,289 


10,012 


2,898 


1,902 


995 


175 


6,777 


4,741 


2,768 


1,973 


2,035 


1,794 


242 


Highway 


60 


7,719 


6,959 


405 


6,554 1 


750 


57 


703 


Heavy Consttuction 


20 


1,703 


1,601 


116 


1,485 


102 


51 


51 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


1,147 


8,767 


4,177 


3,276 


901 


4,590 


4,460 


130 


306 


724 


235 


208 


27 


489 


485 


4 


Concreti ng 


S7 


229 


146 


102 


44 


83 


53 


20 


Electrical 


55 


615 


256 


205 


51 


350 


334 


26 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


6 


23 


22 


15 


7 


1 


— 


1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


S42 


3,802 


1,893 


1,319 


574 


1,909 


1,854 


55 


26 


318 


93 


85 


8 


225 


220 


5 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


55 


660 


268 


223 


45 


392 


379 


13 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


159 


2,243 


1,388 


877 


511 


855 


818 


37 


Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


20 


225 


39 


34 


5 


186 


186 


— 


PI umbi ng 


78 


350 


105 


100 


5 


245 


245 





Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


6 











6 


6 





Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo fi ng 


73 


820 


162 


135 


27 


558 


646 


12 


26 


397 


33 


33 





364 


353 


1 


Sheet Metal 


33 


175 


50 


25 


25 


125 


114 


11 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


14 


248 


79 


77 


£ 


169 


159 


— 


Masonry 


14 


50 


34 


26 


8 


16 


16 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


257 


669 


135 


130 


6 


533 


530 


3 


Plasteri ng 


23 


71 


9 


4 


5 


62 


62 


— 


Tile and mantel 


7 


152 


38 


36 


2 


114 


112 


2 


Other 


17 


1,611 


1,245 


1,096 


150 


365 


358 


7 


IOWA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


881 


21,752 


16,867 


3,746 


13,121 


4,885 


4,346 


539 


208 


16.239 


14.648 


2.347 


12,301 


1,591 


1,133 


458 


132 


4,490 


3,369 


2,063 


1,306 


1,121 


989 


132 


Highway 


62 


7,244 


6,860 


71 


6,789 


384 


131 


253 


Heavy Construction 


14 


4,505 


4,419 


213 


4,205 


85 


13 


73 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


673 


5.513 


2,219 


1,399 


820 


3,294 


3,213 


81 


125 


436 


139 


131 


8 


297 


287 


10 


Concreti ng 


21 


72 


18 


16 


2 


54 


54 





Electrical 


54 


737 


279 


188 


91 


458 


430 


28 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


57 


57 


7 


50 


_. 








Heating and plumbing group 

Heat i ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


237 


2.907 


1.331 


767 


554 


1,575 


1,554 


22 


13 


321 


156 


104 


52 


155 


149 


6 


30 


273 


89 


84 


5 


184 


178 


6 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


93 


1,228 


475 


299 


176 


753 


748 


5 


Heati ng. pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


20 


739 


533 


213 


320 


205 


204 


2 


Plumbing 


81 


346 


68 


67 


1 


278 


275 


3 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 

























Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


35 


399 


97 


71 


26 


302 


299 


3 


23 


342 


72 


67 


5 


270 


268 


2 


Sheet Metal 

Roofi ng and sheet metal 


11 

1 


1 " 


25 


4 


21 


32 


31 


1 


Masonry 


22 


78 


52 


52 





26 


26 


1 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


134 


375 


36 


33 


3 


339 


330 


9 


Plastering 


14 


43 


11 


11 





3S 


29 


3 


Tile and mantel 


8 


119 


78 


51 


27 


41 


36 


5 


Other 


20 


290 


121 


72 


49 


169 


169 





"Ttiii t«bl« include* only r«portt on Fonn 60. 
\J Includes Operative BuMdets.y Include* no 



Aaditionki t«pona Mcurad on other tonnt «r« tummarued in text Table 
compoHMtion tor propnelon and hmt iTi«mb«r* ol umoeorponied busincaw 



•void di»do«ire of individuaJ op«r«tioni. 

















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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 




BUSINESS 










TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 






State and 


Number of 


Value ol work peHormed (add COO) | 






.... 


Remodeling, repair 






oUbliah- 




New conatruction and additions 1 


and maintenance 




kind of busineu 


ments 


Total 












Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


KANSAS 

General Contracton 

Building \J 


498 


»9,056 


#6,466 


12,421 


|4,045 


»2,590 


|2,0S6 


»534 


110 


6.216 


5.387 


1.574 


3.813 


829 


505 


324 


78 


2,211 


1,684 


951 


733 


527 


470 


57 


Highway 


28 


3,501 


3,200 


259 


2,941 


301 


34 


267 


Heavy Construction 


4 


504 


503 


364 


139 


1 


1 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


388 


2.840 


1.079 


847 


232 


1,761 


1.551 


210 


112 


300 


58 


56 


2 


242 


208 


34 


Concreti ng 


14 


213 


114 


32 


82 


99 


86 


13 


Electrical 


27 


364 


209 


176 


33 


155 


155 


— 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


114 


1.205 


443 


373 


70 


762 


741 


21 


3 


40 


15 


15 


— 


25 


25 


— 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi Ih sheet metal 


22 


224 


138 


125 


13 


86 


82 


4 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


45 


619 


208 


157 


51 


411 


406 


5 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


13 


165 


36 


30 


6 


129 


119 


10 


Plumbing 


30 


' 157 


46 


46 


.. 


HI 


109 


2 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


I 














Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


26 


277 


71 


33 


38 


206 


157 


49 


15 


176 


33 


13 


20 


143 


122 


21 


Sheet Metal 


8 


58 


15 


8 


7 


43 


28 


15 


Roof 1 ng and sheet metal 


3 


43 


23 


12 


11 


20 


7 


13 


Masonry 


4 


z 


X 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


64 


169 


16 


14 


2 


153 


146 


7 


Plaster i ng 


11 


21 


8 


7 


1 


13 


13 


— 


Tile and mantel 


5 


51 


45 


41 


4 


6 


6 


— 


Other 


10 


231 


107 


107 


"■ 


124 


38 


86 


KENTUCKY 

General Contractor* 

Building 1/ 


934 


13,903 


10,156 


3,987 


6,169 


3,747 


3,458 


289 


150 


9.655 


8.282 


2.382 


5,900 


1.373 


1,278 


95 


115 


4,471 


3,174 


1,994 


1,180 


1,297 


1,£73 


24 


H ighway 


30 


4,478 


4,402 


251 


4,151 


76 


5 


71 


Heavy Construction 


5 


706 


706 


137 


569 


" 


— 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


784 


4,248 


1.874 


1,606 


269 


2,374 


2,180 


194 


137 


273 


48 


47 


1 


£25 


211 


14 


Concreti ng 


30 


179 


104 


77 


27 


75 


24 


61 


Electrical 


40 


446 


284 


231 


53 


162 


156 


6 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


4 


18 


15 


5 


10 


3 


3 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


801 


1.635 


693 


616 


77 


942 


852 


90 


19 


266 


139 


101 


38 


127 


84 


43 ' 


Heat i ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


11 


176 


133 


133 


— 


42 


30 


IE 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


38 


478 


166 


164 


1 


310 


£95 


18 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


80 


16 


16 


— 


65 


66 


— 


Plumbi ng 


124 


632 


237 


199 


38 


395 


375 


20 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


4 


7 


4 


4 


— 


3 


3 


— 


RooKng and iheet metal group 

Roofing 


fiP. 


559 


266 


257 


9 


293 


28£ 


11 


27 


231 


62 


60 


£ 


169 


166 


3 


Sheet Metal 


11 


58 


10 


10 


— 


46 


48 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


£4 


270 


194 


187 


7 


76 


68 


8 


Masonry 


29 


96 


65 


29 


36 


30 


28 


2 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


24B 


626 


148 


123 


25 


478 


459 


19 


Plasteri ng 


£1 


41 


16 


18 


1 


£8 


£4 


1 


Tile and mantel 


4 


111 


94 


82 


12 


17 


17 


— 


Other 


U 


£65 


141 


123 


18 


124 


124 





*Thit labU Include! only report* on Fofm 60. 
\J Includai Op«rallv* Buildait.2/ Includ** no 



Additional roporti Mcufod on oikar torma «« lumniwixod in t*it Tiblt 
componMlion lor pr«pri«lofi and firm mcmbors o4 unincotpofolod buainowo 



X- WlthhoM to avoid diadowra of Individual opaiation*. 



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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS." 








State and 


Number of 


Value of work performed (add 000) 










1 


Remodelinfl. reoairs 1 




esublish- 




New construction and additions i 


an( 


maintenance 




kind of business 


menU 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


LOUISIANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


254 


}14,315 


19,958 


$3,171 


*6,7e7 


$4,357 


$2,145 


$2,212 


82 


11,069 


7.934 


1.549 


6,385 


3.135 


1,005 


2,130 


49 


2,073 


1,329 


1,084 


245 


744 


685 


59 


Highway 


15 


1,970 


1,946 


68 


1,878 


24 


9 


15 


Heavy Construction 


18 


7,026 


4,659 


397 


4,262 


2,367 


311 


2,056 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


172 


3.246 


2.024 


1,622 


402 


1,222 


1,140 


82 


15 


96 


57 


57 


~ 


39 


39 


~ 


Concreti ng 


*. 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


35 


891 


730 


715 


15 


161 


124 


37 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 
Heating and pipi ng 


58 


1.244 


782 


486 


294 


462 


440 


22 


5 


157 


106 


106 


~ 


51 


51 


~ 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


21 


741 


518 


275 


243 


223 


201 


22 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


Plumbing 


28 


157 


69 


53 


16 


88 


88 


— 


PI umbi ng wi th sheet metal 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


19 


354 


155 


139 


16 


199 


197 


2 


4 


178 


87 


72 


15 


41 


91 


— 


Sheet Metal 


5 


26 


18 


17 


1 


8 


7 


1 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


10 


150 


50 


50 


— 


100 


99 


1 


Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


24 


159 


26 


25 


1 


133 


133 


— 


Plasteri ng 


3 


X 


X 


I 


z 


X 


z 


X 


Tile and mantel 


5 


128 


110 


58 


52 


18 


18 


— 


Other 


11 


356 


152 


137 


15 


204 


184 


20 


MAINE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


536 


5,553 


2,185 


1,325 


860 


3,368 


3,019 


349 


infi 


2,281 


1,385 


643 


742 


896 


776 


120 


75 


1,559 


837 


616 


221 


722 


661 


61 


H ighway 


22 


519 


412 


12 


400 


107 


60 


47 


Heavy Construction 


8 


203 


136 


15 


121 


67 


55 


12 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


AWl 


3,272 


800 


682 


118 


2,472 


2,243 


229 


103 


416 


81 


81 





335 


316 


14 


Concreti ng 


5 


35 


13 


9 


4 


22 


21 


1 


Electrical 


53 


280 


116 


114 


2 


164 


152 


2 


Excavati ng and/ot 


















foundation 


5 


X 


X 


X 


z 


I 


X 


X 


Healing and plumbing group 


135 


1.551. 


218 


170 


48 


1,133 


970 


163 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


10 


239 


38 


38 


— 


201 


119 


an 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


3 


51 


— 


— 


— 


51 


51 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


63 


580 


121 


77 


44 


459 


398 


61 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















Wi th sheet metal 


31 


312 


43 


40 


3 


269 


251 


18 


Plumbi ng 


24 


149 


13 


13 


— 


136 


136 


— 


Plumbi ng With sheet metal 


4 


20 


3 


2 


1 


17 


15 


2 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


KS 


?70 


140 


91 


49 


230 


203 


27 


Roo f 1 ng 


10 


67 


6 


6 


— 


61 


61 


— 


Sheet Metal 


5 


22 


1 


.- 


1 


21 


18 


3 


Roo (i ng and sheet metal 


10 


281 


133 


85 


46 


148 


124 


24 


Masonry 


17 


163 


54 


49 


5 


109 


109 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


76 


415 


107 


104 


3 


308 


303 


5 


Plaster 1 ng 


6 


25 


8 


6 


2 


17 


16 


1 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


Other 


4 

1 


173 


34 


34 




139 


128 


11 



labl« includes only rsporU on Form ttO. 
1/ Include! Operalive Builder. ^ Include 



Additionml f«porU Mcuf«d on other fomu v« •ummamod text Table 
comp«n»«tion lor proprielora snd Hrm member* of unincorporaled busii 



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BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








TABLE 3- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 








State and 


Number of 




Value of work performed ( 


add 000) 








1 


Remodeling, repairs 1 




ettabUsh- 




New construction and additions 11 


and maintenance 




kind of busine» 


ments 


Total 












TotJ 


Private 


PubUc 


Total 


Private 


Public 


MARYt^ND 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


710 


♦17,703 


$12,931 


#6,490 


16,441 


#4,772 


♦3,755 


♦1,017 


130 


11.337 


9.467 


3.951 


5.516 


1.870 


941 


929 


102 


6,876 


5,959 


3,219 


2,740 


917 


809 


108 


Highway 


12 


2,247 


2,133 


132 


2,001 


114 


3 


111 


Heavy Construction 


16 


2,214 


1,375 


600 


775 


839 


129 


710 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


580 


6.366 


3.464 


2,539 


925 


2.902 


2.814 


88 


70 


258 


80 


78 


2 


178 


161 


17 


Concreti ng 


12 


198 


185 


120 


65 


13 


13 


— 


Electrical 


42 


924 


500 


278 


222 


424 


423 


1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


4 


18 


11 


1 


10 


7 


7 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heat! ng and pipi ng 


224 


3.499 


1.992 


1.462 


530 


1.507 


1.490 


17 


24 


880 


678 


354 


324 


202 


192 


10 


Heating and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


8 


56 


13 


13 


— 


43 


43 


— 


Keating, pipir.g, plumbing 


117 


1,868 


1,027 


844 


183 


841 


840 


1 


Hea 1 1 ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 


















w'th sheet metal 


25 


400 


193 


173 


20 


207 


202 


5 


Piumbing 


44 


270 


76 


74 


2 


194 


193 


1 


pi umbi ng with sheet metal 


6 


25 


5 


4 


1 


20 


20 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


36 


487 


236 


183 


53 


251 


251 


— 


15 


120 


17 


17 




103 


103 


— 


Sheet Metal 


6 


22 


9 


9 


— 


13 


13 


— 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


15 


345 


210 


157 


53 


135 


135 


— 


Masonry 


8 


52 


41 


38 


3 


11 


11 


~ 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


157 


371 


109 


104 


5 


262 


260 


2 


Plasteri ng 


8 


67 


62 


60 


2 


5 


5 


— 


Tile and mantel 


6 


130 


84 


68 


16 


46 


21 


25 


Other 


13 


362 


164 


147 


17 


198 


172 


26 


IVIASSACHUSETTS 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,284 


48,279 


26,726 


13,063 


13,663 


21,553 


19,245 


2,308 


375 


23,018 


16.292 


6,596 


9,696 


6,726 


5,043 


1,683 


312 


15,233 


10,249 


5,788 


4,461 


4,984 


4,710 


274 


Highway 


40 


2,371 


1,787 


376 


1,411 


584 


65 


519 


Heavy Construction 


23 


5,414 


4,256 


432 


3,824 


1,158 


268 


890 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


1,909 


25,261 


10.434 


6,467 


3.967 


14,827 


14,202 


625 


355 


1,709 


287 1 266 


21 


1,422 


1,351 


71 


Concreti ng 


28 


150 


51 ! 50 


1 


99 


92 


7 


Electrical 


200 


3,606 


2,108 


1,315 


793 


1,498 


1,427 


71 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


30 


423 


347 


216 


131 


76 


55 


21 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


635 


10.964 


4.767 


2,791 


1,976 


6,197 


5,948 


249 


70 


2,693 


2,132 


1,119 


1,013 


561 


505 


56 


Heati ng and pipi ng 
with sheet metal 


11 


550 


290 


94 


196 


260 


260 


— 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


306 


4,458 


1,393 


865 


528 


3,065 


2,942 


123 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


83 


1,593 


359 


337 


22 


1,234 


1,220 


14 


PI umbi ng 


155 


1,567 


570 


356 


214 


997 


941 


56 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


10 


103 


23 


20 


3 


80 


80 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


131 


2.690 


547 


435 


112 


2,143 


2,074 


69 


52 


1,576 


185 


172 


13 


1,391 


1,384 


7 


Sheet Metal 


29 


302 


136 


83 


53 


166 


159 


7 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


40 


812 


226 


180 


46 


586 


531 


55 


Masonry 


69 


291 


107 


73 


34 


184 


182 


2 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


356 


2,374 


441 


336 


105 


1,933 


1,825 


108 


Plasteri ng 


40 


785 


606 


333 


273 


179 


170 


9 


Tile and mantel 


15 


406 


304 


115 


189 


102 


99 


3 


Other 


50 


1,863 


869 


537 


332 


994 


979 


15 



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Addition*) rvporti Mcuiod 
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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.- 










State and 


Number of 




Value of wor 


c performed 


add OOO) 












Remodeling, repai 


^ 




(StablUh- 




New construction and a 


dditions 


and maintenance 




kind of busincu 


j 


TotAl 


















TotsJ 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


MICHIGAN 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


1,25b 


$47,638 


133,998 


$22,421 


*11,577 


$13,640 


$12,939 


$701 


264 


27,455 


22,356 


11,789 


10,567 


5,099 


4,737 


362 


195 


16,319 


11,805 


10,784 


821 


4,714 


4,638 


76 


Highway 


38 


5,798 


5.459 


282 


5,177 


339 


53 


286 


Heavy Construction 


31 


5,338 


5,292 


723 


4,569 


46 


46 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


991 


20,183 


11,642 


10,632 


1,010 


8,541 


8,202 


339 


105 


766 


305 


289 


16 


461 


455 


6 


Concreting 


22 


257 


206 


183 


23 


51 


49 


2 


Electrical 


118 


5,366 


4,562 


4,332 


230 


804 


747 


57 


Excavati ng anrJ/or 


















loundat ion 


10 


177 


165 


73 


92 


12 


12 


-- 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pipi ng 
with sheet metal 


423 


8,336 


4,580 


4,038 


542 


4,246 


4,142 


104 


35 


2,025 


780 


673 


107 


1,245 


1,217 


28 


48 


1,263 


709 


703 


6 


554 


550 


4 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


207 


3,401 


1,622 


1,562 


60 


1,779 


1,728 


51 


Heali ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


41 


1,553 


1,218 


891 


327 


335 


330 


5 


Plumbing 


86 


577 


251 


209 


42 


326 


310 


16 


Pliimtjing wi th sheet metal 


6 


7 


-- 


-- 


— 


7 


7 


— 


Roofing and «heet metal group 


103 


1,944 


724 


697 


27 


1,220 


1,161 


69 


Rooting 


27 


489 


148 


141 


7 


341 


332 


9 


Sheet Metal 


23 


171 


40 


38 


2 


131 


116 


15 


Rooli ng and sheet metal 


53 


1,284 


536 


518 


18 


748 


713 


35 


Masonry 


21 


161 


107 


106 


1 


54 


50 


4 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


107 


882 


56 


45 


11 


826 


749 


77 


Plastering 


15 


91 


45 


31 


14 


46 


31 


15 


Tile and mantel 


22 


246 


183 


174 


9 


63 


55 


8 


Other 


45 


1,467 


709 


664 


45 


758 


751 


7 


MINNESOTA 

General Contractors 

Buildi ng 1/ 


1,492 


41,938 


32,226 


8,603 


23,623 


9,712 


8,279 


1,433 


401 


29 , 333 


25,899 


4,937 


20,962 


3,434 


2,287 


1,147 


243 


10,307 


7,627 


3,900 


3,727 


2,680 


2,232 


448 


Highway " 


130 


10,463 


9,825 


254 


9,571 


638 


39 


699 


Heavy Construction 


28 


8,583 


8,447 


783 


7,664 


116 


16 


100 


Special Trade Contractors 


1,091 


12,605 


6,327 


3,666 


2,661 


6,278 


5,992 


286 


Carpenten ng 


273 


972 


457 


442 


15 


515 


512 


3 


Concreti ng 


48 


312 


221 


146 


75 


91 


84 


7 


Electrical 


72 


1,312 


719 


511 


208 


593 


547 


46 


Excavating and/or 


















foundation 


12 


676 


635 


120 


515 


41 


22 


19 


Heating and plumbing group 


343 


5,433 


2,389 


1,379 


1,010 


3,044 


2,873 


171 


, Heating and pipi ng 


36 


721 


406 


255 


151 


315 


302 


13 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


41 


796 


434 


335 


99 


362 


352 


10 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


198 


3,215 


1,162 


630 


532 


2,053 


1,917 


136 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


22 


446 


337 


122 


215 


109 


100 


9 


Plumbing 

PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


44 
2 


1 255 


50 


37 


13 


205 


202 


3 


Roofing and sheet metal group 


51 


699 


311 


190 


121 


388 


379 


9 


Rooti ng 


18 


265 


30 


20 


10 


235 


232 


3 


Sheet Metal 


17 


104 


45 


45 


— 


59 


57 


2 


Roo li ng and sheet metal 


16 


330 


236 


125 


Ill 


94 


90 


4 


Masonry 


12 


165 


127 


40 


87 


38 


38 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


228 


1,036 


182 


160 


22 


854 


841 


13 


Plastering 


23 


121 


70 


16 


54 


51 


51 





Tile and mantel 


8 


238 


203 


120 


83 


35 


28 


7 


Other 


21 


1,641 


1,013 


542 


471 


628 


617 


11 



*T>ii> labU 
\J Include! 



ncludca only reports on Fono 60. 
Operative BuildeuZ/ Includes no 



reports to«ur«d on other foi 
1 lor proprietors and Hrm it 



liacorporstod businesses. X- Withheld 



sid dUdoure of individual opcr«tioo». 

















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BUSINESS 

TABLE 3.- 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 








State and 




Value of work performed (add 000) | 


Number of 






... 


Remodeling, repain 




kind of businesa 


ertabluh- 


Total 


New construction and additions [1 


and maintenance 




ments 




1 
















Total 


Private 


PubUc 


Total 


Private 


Public 


M!L-.-liS;!'Pl 


262 


$2,447 


$1,478 


$732 


$746 


$969 


$730 


$239 


General Contractors 


S9 


1,490 


1,083 


431 


652 


407 


194 


213 , 


Building 1/ 


50 


708 


51S 


390 


122 


196 


194 


2 


Highway 


6 


718 


514 


— 


514 


204 


— 


204 


Heavy Constiuction 


3 


64 


57 


41 


16 


7 


— 


7 


Special Trade Contractors 

Cafpenteting 


203 


957 


395 


301 


94 


562 


536 


26 


96 


200 


92 


89 


3 


108 


105 


3 


Concreting 


4 


X 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Electrical 


10 


82 


50 


40 


10 


32 


29 


3 


Excavati ng and/of 


















foundation 


„ 





— 


— 


— 


— 





— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Healing and piping 


30 


353 


Ill 


59 


52 


242 


225 


17 












— 


— 




Heating and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


2 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


I 


X 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


12 


148 


37 


22 


15 


111 


111 


— 


Healing, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


3 


100 


14 


10 


4 


86 


77 


9 


Plumbing 


12 


37 


21 


17 


4 


16 


16 


— 


Plumb! ng with sheet metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofing and »lieet metal group 

Roofing 


13 


139 


44 


39 


5 


95 


95 


— 


4 


48 


12 


12 





36 


36 





Sheet Metal 


-. 


-_ 











— 





— 


Roo li ng and sheet metal 


9 


91 


32 


27 


5 


59 


59 


— 


Masonry 


8 


40 


33 


13 


20 


7 


5 


2 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


37 


64 


19 


15 


4 


45 


44 


1 


Plaster 1 ng 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


Other 


3 


48 


21 


21 


— 


27 


27 


— 


MISSOUI^l 


1,530 


58,365 


45,905 


16,093 


29,812 


12,460 


9,381 


3,079 


General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


310 


41,266 


36,642 


9,924 


26,718 


4.624 


1,883 


2.741 


214 


10,345 


8,653 


5,227 


3,426 


1,692 


1,651 


41 


Highway 


65 


12,578 


12,188 


1,190 


10,998 


390 


36 


354 


Heavy Construction 


31 


18,343 


15,801 


3,507 


12,294 


2,542 


196 


2,345 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


1,220 


17,099 


9,263 


6,169 


3,094 


7,836 


7,498 


338 


129 


343 


74 


74 


— 


269 


268 


1 


Concreting 


30 


500 


388 


245 


143 


112 


110 


2 


Electrical 


87 


2,319 


1,705 


1,197 


508 


614 


613 


1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


6 


110 


56 


54 


2 


54 


54 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


489 


7,585 


4,190 


2.513 


1.677 


3.395 


3.257 


138 


69 


1,971 


1,255 


867 


388 


716 


682 


34 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


51 


953 


544 


320 


224 


409 


397 


12 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


128 


2,745 


1,621 


803 


818 


1,124 


1,064 


60 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


12 


49 


20 


15 


5 


29 


29 


_. 


Plumbi ng 


225 


1,849 


737 


495 


242 


1,112 


1,080 


32 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


4 


18 


13 


13 





5 


5 





Roofing and sheet metal group 

Rooli ng 


143 


1.884 


572 


491 


81 


1.312 


1,286 


26 


74 


1,428 


385 


361 


24 


1,043 


1,039 


4 


Sheet Metal 


63 


401 


169 


120 


49 


232 


210 


22 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


6 


55 


18 


10 


8 


37 


37 


._ 


Masonry 


£6 


537 


385 


202 


183 


152 


127 


25 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


191 


1,375 


365 


258 


107 


1,010 


973 


37 


Plaster i ng 


35 


489 


358 


195 


163 


131 


116 


15 


Tile and mantel 


22 


379 


325 


295 


30 


54 


53 


1 


Other 


62 


1,578 


845 


645 


200 


733 


641 


92 



*Thif tBbl« mcludi 
l/ Include. Operj 



only report! on ronn 
ive Buitdei*.^ Includei 



Addition*) reports 



■ummanzed in text Table C 
of unincorponled buuneMes. X- 



avoid dudowre of individu&i open 



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BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK. BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 










State and 


Number of 




Value of wor 


k performed 


add 000 ( 










1 


Remodelinfl. reoairs 1 




establish- 




New construction and additions 1 


an< 


maintenance 




kind of business 


'nents 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


MONTANA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


160 


$5,951 


$5,006 


899 


4,107 


$945 


803 


142 


54 


4.793 


4,454 


562 


3,892 


339 


209 


130 


30 


1,711 


1,518 


532 


986 


193 


173 


20 


Higti'.vay 


17 


3,082 


2,936 


30 


2,906 


146 


36 


110 


Heavy Construction 


2 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter; ng 


106 


1.158 


552 


337 


215 


606 


594 


12 


16 


40 


13 


13 


-- 


27 


27 


— 


Concreti ng 


3 


44 


15 


15 


— 


29 


29 


— 


Electrical 


14 


249 


151 


62 


89 


98 


97 


1 


txcavati ng and/of 


















foundation 


3 


49 


43 


39 


4 


6 


— 


6 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 
wi tti sheet me lal 


42 


547 


297 


177 


120 


250 


246 


4 


- 


- 


- 


— 


-- 


~ 


— 


— 


8 


115 


41 


38 


3 


74 


74 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


18 


230 


110 


56 


54 


110 


108 


2 


Heali ng, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


4 


z 


X 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Plumbing 


11 


50 


14 


11 


3 


46 


45 


1 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


1 


z 


z 


z 


X 


z 


X 


z 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


4 


60 


18 


16 


2 


42 


42 


— 













— 


— 


— 


— 


Sheet Metal 


1 


60 


18 


16 


2 


42 


42 





Roo ti ng and sheet metal 


3 
















IVIasonr y 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


Painting, paperhinging 


















and decorati ng 


20 


78 


3 


3 


— 


75 


74 


1 


Plastering 


3 


50 


1 


1 


— 


49 


49 


— 


Tile and mantel 





— 


— 


-- 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


Other 


1 


41 


11 


11 


" 


30 


30 




NEBRASKA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


495 


15,056 


11,729 


3,192 


8,537 


3,327 


2,735 


592 


134 


11,833 


10.486 


2.085 


8.401 


1,347 


782 


565 


90 


2,446 


1,658 


1,175 


483 


788 


729 


59 


Highway 


34 


5,185 


5,005 


199 


4,806 


180 


28 


152 


Heavy Construct ion 


10 


4,202 


3,823 


711 


3,112 


379 


25 


354 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


361 


3,223 


1.243 


1.107 


136 


1,980 


1,953 


27 


112 


313 


131 


126 


5 


182 


181 


1 


Concreti ng 


8 


39 


5 


5 


— 


34 


32 


2 


Electrical 


20 


468 


385 


358 


27 


83 


83 


— 


Excavat i ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


z 


z 


X 


z 


z 


X 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


138 


1,530 


432 


375 


57 


1,098 


1,078 


20 


11 


150 


34 


12 


22 


115 


108 


8 


Heat 1 ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


21 


327 


116 


110 


6 


211 


209 


2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


52 


665 


219 


ao 


9 


446 


441 


5 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


11 


94 


22 


5 


17 


72 


72 


— 


PI umbi ng 


43 


294 


41 


38 


3 


253 


248 


5 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 





— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


RooKng and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


16 


434 


162 


131 


31 


272 


269 


3 


8 


362 


149 


118 


31 


213 


210 


3 


Sheet Metal 


6 


! 72 


13 


13 




59 


59 


„ 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


2 


I 














Masonry 


4 


12 


4 


4 


~ 


8 


8 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


44 


134 


5 


5 


— 


129 


128 


1 


Plastering 


8 


9 


3 


3 


— 


6 


6 


— 


Tile and mantel 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Other 


6 


200 


47 


43 


4 


153 


153 





*ThU ubic include! only r«porU on Fonn 60. Addibond r«porU mcutmI on olhct 
l/ Includes Opcf alive Buitdeis. 2/ Includes no corapenution lor proprielors end firr 



fonna are •umniAruM} in text Table 
in«inb«ri of unincoiponlcd buaincaM 



■ X- Withheld lo avoid dUdoaure ot indtvidua] operations. 

















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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 








TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 










State and 


Number of 


Value of work performed 


add 000) 




1 






i 


Rem 


odeling, repain 1 




esr,ablish- 




New construction and additions 1 


an( 


mamtenance 


j 


kind of business 


ments 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


NEVADA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


42 


»1,901 


$1,575 


*395 


*1,180 


«326 


«317 


*9 


10 


1,498 


1,389 


262 


1,127 


109 


109 


„ 


5 


198 


89 


89 


— 


109 


109 


— 


Highway 


3 


1,300 


1,300 


173 


1,127 


._ 


._ 


.. 


Heavy Construction 


2 














Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentei i ng 


32 


403 


186 


133 


53 


217 


208 


9 


9 


105 


3 


3 


— 


102 


102 


— 


Concreli ng 


— 


-- 


-- 


-- 


— 


-- 


'- 


-- 


Electrical 


4 


37 


14 


13 


1 


23 


14 


9 


Excavali ng and/or 


















foundation 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


-- 


— 


~~ 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


10 


120 


83 


83 


__ 


37 


37 


— 


1 


X 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


^ 


Heati ng and piping 


















wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


3 
















Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 




75 


51 


51 


— 


25 


25 


— 


wi th sheet metal 


2 
















Plumbing 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Plumbi ng v»i th sheet metal 


1 


X 


X 


I 


X 


I 


X 


X 


Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofing 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


1 




X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Sheet Metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Masonry 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


4 


10 


2 


2 


— 


8 


8 


— 


Plasteri ng 


1 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Other 


1 


z 


z 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2ia 


4,237 


2,420 


1,222 


1,198 


1,817 


1,549 


168 


59 


2.844 


2,059 


892 


1.167 


785 


635 


149 


52 


1,973 


1,272 


882 


390 


701 


628 


73 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


5 
1 


871 


787 


10 


777 


84 


8 


76 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


159 


1,393 


361 


330 


31 


1,032 


1,013 


19 


41 


13 


41 


40 


1 


97 


97 


— 


Concreti ng 


3 


32 


16 


7 


9 


16 


8 


8 


Electrical 


17 


90 


23 


18 


5 


67 


57 


— 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


50 


698 


223 


214 


9 


475 


459 


6 


4 


94 


2 


2 


— 


92 


92 


— 


Hea 1 1 ng and pi pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


5 


27 




— 


— 


27 


25 


2 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 


23 


306 


149 


142 


7 


157 


153 


4 


Heati ng, pi pi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


11 


251 


68 


66 


2 


183 


183 


— 


Plumbing 


7 


20 


4 


4 


— 


15 


16 


— 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


"" 




"" 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


11 


267 


8 


5 


3 


259 


257 


2 


5 


212 


— 


— 


— 


212 


212 


— 


Sheet Metal 


1 


1 » 


8 


5 


3 


47 


45 


2 


Roo f 1 ng and sheet metal 


5 














Masonry 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


^ 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


28 


138 


39 


38 


1 


99 


97 


2 


Plastering 


2 














Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


^ 


X 

1 


Other 


2 


5 








5 


4 



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BY KIND OF BUSINESS- 










State and 
kind of business 


Number of 
esLablisr.- 


Value of work performed 


add 000) 






Total 


New construction and a 


dditions 


Remodeling, repairs 
and mamtenance 1 








Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Pnvate 


Public 


NEW JERSEY 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,712 


$43,309 


$26,790 


$13,673 


»13,H7 


$16,519 


$15,323 


$1,196 


353 


19,855 


16,902 


5,951 


10,951 


2,953 


2,304 


649 


268 


10,323 


8,333 


4,709 


3,624 


1,990 


1,923 


67 


Highway 


57 


6,291 


5,684 


410 


5,274 


607 


123 


484 


Heavy Construction 


38 


3,241 


2,385 


832 


2,053 


356 


258 


98 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


2,359 


23,454 


9,888 


7,722 


2,166 


13,566 


13,019 


547 


412 


2,094 


525 


514 


11 


1,569 


1,548 


21 


Concreti ng 


36 


188 


72 


71 


1 


116 


114 


2 


Electrical 


178 


2,508 


1,672 


1,249 


423 


836 


782 


54 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


27 


327 


268 


188 


80 


59 


55 


4 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


880 


11,195 


4,652 


3,413 


1,239 


6,543 


6,154 


389 


56 


3,509 


2,255 


1,588 


667 


1,254 


940 


314 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


















with sheet metal 


43 


638 


124 


86 


38 


514 


502 


12 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


407 


4,314 


1,593 


1,112 


481 


2,721 


2,665 


56 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


135 


1,583 


449 


409 


40 


1,134 


1,130 


4 


PI umbi ng 


230 


1,059 


198 


185 


13 


861 


859 


2 


Plumbing WI th sheet metal 


9 


92 


33 


33 





59 


53 


1 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


144 


2,180 


675 


621 


54 


1,505 


1.453 


52 


63 


1,197 


351 


350 


1 


846 


814 


32 


Sheet Metal 


31 


301 


164 


141 


23 


137 


137 


-- 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


50 


682 


160 


130 


30 


522 


502 


20 


Masonry 


88 


563 


318 


304 


14 


245 


244 


1 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


479 


2,217 


372 


312 


60 


1,845 


1,842 


3 


Plastering 


24 


78 


34 


34 


— 


44 


43 


1 


Tile and mantel 


33 


255 


122 


100 


22 


133 


130 


3 


Other 


58 


1,849 


1,178 


916 


262 


671 


654 


17 


NEW MEXICO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


67 


2,857 


2,353 


425 


1,928 


504 


327 


177 


20 


2,338 


2,069 


245 


1,324 


269 


105 


164 


13 


420 


311 


245 


66 


109 


105 


4 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


5 
2 


[ 1,913 


1,758 


-- 


1,758 


160 


-- 


160 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


47 


519 


284 


180 


104 


235 


222 


13 


3 


11 


— 






11 


11 




Electrical 


10 


93 


63 


60 


3 


30 


30 





Heating and plumbing group 

Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 


20 


287 


171 


76 


95 


116 


105 


11 


















WI th sheet metal 


2 


X 


z 


z 


X 


X 


I 


X 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


8 


197 


157 


62 


95 


40 


31 


9 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


2 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


z 


z 


Plumbi ng 


8 


43 


10 


10 


— 


33 


33 





Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


8 


58 


10 


10 





48 


48 


.. 


1 


\ 














Sheet Metal 


6 


58 


10 


10 


— 


48 


48 





Roofi ng and sheet metal 


1 


1 














Masonry 


1 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


Plasteri ng 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


i 


X 


Tile and mantel 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Other 



















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BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 










State and 


Number of 


Value o{ work performed (add 000) | 


1 








Remodelinfl. reoairs 1 




esublish- 




New construction and additions 1 


and 


maintenance 




kind of busineu 


ments 


Total 
















Tola] 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Pnvate 


Public 


NEW YORK 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


6,46S 


$215,569 


$143,924 


$66,495 


$77,429 


$71,645 


167,399 


}4,246 


1,131 


108,033 


89,758 


29,097 


60,661 


18,275 


16,452 


1,823 


850 


52,960 


39,060 


20,667 


18,403 


13,900 


13,235 


665 


Highway 


151 


15,665 


15,290 


1,332 


13,958 


1,375 


546 


829 


Heavy Construction 


130 


38,408 


35,408 


7,108 


28,300 


3,000 


2,671 


329 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


5,331 


107,536 


54,166 


37,398 


16,768 


53,370 


50,947 


2,423 


633 


4,361 


1,409 


1,192 


217 


2,952 


2,875 


77 


Concreti ng 


77 


2,467 


2,208 


1,492 


716 


259 


249 


10 


Electrical 


483 


14,395 


9,263 


6,648 


2,615 


5,132 


4,973 


159 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


36 


4,577 


4,469 


2,502 


1,967 


108 


80 


28 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


8,423 


45.821 


20.372 


13,632 


6,740 


25,449 


23,956 


1,493 


251 


11,951 


7,027 


4,921 


2,106 


4,924 


3,987 


937 


Heat! ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


115 


4,445 


3,026 


2,318 


708 


1,419 


1,370 


49 


Heati ng, piping, plumbing 


1,108 


17,442 


6,142 


4,148 


1,994 


11,300 


10,949 


351 


Heat! ng, piping, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


154 


3,503 


1,275 


775 


500 


2,228 


2,183 


45 


Plumbi ng 


774 


8,315 


2,893 


1,468 


1,425 


5,422 


5,311 


111 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


20 


165 


9 


2 


7 


156 


156 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 
Roo f 1 ng 


441 


7,218 


2.437 


1.984 


453 


4,781 


4,692 


89 


115 


2,389 


297 


295 


2 


S,09? 


S,0S5 


7~ 


Sheet Metal 


89 


1,111 


746 


547 


99 


355 


360 


5 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


237 


3,718 


1,394 


1,042 


352 


2,324 


2,247 


77 


Masonry 


111 


3,009 


1,892 


1,226 


666 


1,117 


1,046 


71 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorating 


636 


7,166 


1,268 


1,036 


232 


5,898 


5,544 


354 


Plasteri ng 


70 


2,538 


1,978 


1,142 


836 


560 


554 


6 


Ti le and mantel 


119 


2,592 


1,772 


1,042 


730 


820 


794 


26 


Other 


302 


13,392 


7,098 


5,5C2 


1,596 


6,294 


6,184 


110 


NORTH CAROLINA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


499 


18,924 


15,247 


8,155 


7,092 


3,677 


3,601 


76 


162 


13.566 


12.159 


5,657 


6,502 


1,407 


1,383 


24 


141 


9,647 


8,240 


5,428 


2,812 


1,407 


1,383 


24 


Highway 


13 


2,190 


2,190 


10 


2,180 


— 


— 


— 


Heavy Construction 


8 


1,729 


1,729 


219 


1,510 


~- 


— 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


337 


5.358 


3,088 


2,498 


590 


2,270 


2,218 


52 


44 


134 


63 


55 


8 


71 


66 


5 


Concreti ng 


2 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


I 


X 


Electrical 


54 


919 


550 


453 


97 


369 


369 


— 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


2 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


z 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


127 


2,953 


1.786 


1,379 


407 


1,167 


1,134 


33 


12 


422 


269 


253 


16 


153 


146 


T 


Heati ng and p i pi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


14 


422 


307 


250 


57 


115 


102 


13 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


68 


1,680 


977 


703 


274 


703 


690 


13 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


7 


243 


174 


121 


53 


69 


69 


— 


Plumbi ng 


23 


142 


42 


35 


7 


100 


ICO 


— 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


3 


44 


17 


17 


— 


27 


27 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


4a 


574 


257 


248 


9 


317 


308 


9 


6 


134 


17 


17 


— 


117 


117 


— 


Sheet Metal 


14 


79 


17 


17 


— 


62 


58 


4 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


23 


361 


223 


214 


9 


138 


133 


5 


Masonry 


10 


54 


48 


12 


36 


6 


6 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


36 


334 


144 


144 


— 


190 


185 


5 


Plasteri ng 


5 


58 


53 


40 


13 


5 


5 


— 


Tile and mantel 


6 


210 


126 


119 


7 


84 


84 


— 


Other 


8 


80 


26 


26 




54 


54 





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BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 










Slate and 


Number of 


Value of wor 


« perionned (add 000) 












Remodelinff. reooi 


Y 




esublith- 




New construction and a 


dditions 


and 


maintenance 




kind o( busineu 


menU 


Total 














Toua 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


NORTH DAKOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


104 


$2,617 


$1,946 


$629 


i^,317 


$671 


$350 


$321 


43 


2.071 


1.690 


432 


1.258 


381 


84 


297 


23 


768 


650 


371 


279 


118 


83 


35 


Highway 

Heavy Construction 


19 

1 


1,303 


1,040 


61 


979 


263 


1 


262 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


61 


546 


256 


197 


59 


290 


266 


24 


27 


79 


19 


17 


2 


60 


59 


1 


Concreti ng 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Electrical 


7 


93 


35 


17 


16 


58 


56 


2 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


17 


313 


185 


146 


39 


128 


127 


1 


1 
















Heati ng and pipi ng 




t 75 


35 


35 





40 


39 


1 


wi th sheet metal 


2 


J 














Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


10 


156 


93 


79 


14 


63 


63 


— 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


2 


1 














PI umbi ng 


2 


82 


57 


32 


25 


25 


25 


— 


Plumbing with sheet metal 




-. 


-- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


Roofing and theet metal group 

Roofi ng 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


I 


1 
















Sheet Metal 


— 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


1 














Masonry 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 
Plastering 


4 

1 


14 


4 


4 


-- 


10 


9 


1 


Tile and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


Other 


"' 


" 


" 


" 


" 








OHIO 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


2,649 


62,137 


43,792 


24,092 


19,700 


18,345 


16,447 


1,898 


501 


38,946 


32,881 


15,188 


17,693 


6,065 


4,672 


1,393 


344 


18,184 


14,553 


11,581 


2,972 


3,631 


3,444 


187 


Highway 


102 


9,693 


8,539 


381 


8,158 


1,154 


92 


1,062 


Heavy Construction 


55 


11,069 


9,789 


3,226 


6,563 


1,280 


1,136 


144 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


2.148 


23,191 


10,911 


8,904 


2,007 


12,280 


11,775 


505 


299 


1,143 


403 


389 


14 


740 


738 


2 


Concreti ng 


58 


428 


217 


192 


25 


211 


210 


1 


Electrical 


174 


3,573 


2,400 


2,120 


280 


1,173 


1,033 


140 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


20 


232 


186 


150 


36 


46 


46 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 


870 


9.849 


4.342 


3,548 


794 


5,507 


5,306 


201 


82 


1,814 


1,057 


1,024 


33 


757 


741 


16 


157 


1,779 


693 


670 


23 


1,086 


1,043 


43 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 


274 


3,429 


1,458 


897 


561 


1,971 


1,881 


90 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


35 


876 


534 


409 


125 


342 


342 


— 


Plumbi ng 


307 


1,848 


594 544 


50 


1,254 


1,202 


52 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


15 


103 


6 


4 


2 


97 


97 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


184 


2,376 


717 


658 


59 


1,659 


1,631 


28 


50 


513 


134 


130 


4 


379 


378 


1 


Sheet Metal 


56 


246 


51 


51 


— 


195 


193 


2 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


78 


1,617 


532 


477 


55 


1,085 


1,060 


25 


Masonry 


43 


480 


436 


336 


100 


44 


44 


~ 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


335 


1,747 


323 


243 


80 


1,424 


1,374 


50 


Plaster i ng 


35 


227 


88 


75 


13 


139 


134 


5 


Ti le and mantel 


43 


699 


520 


319 


201 


179 


165 


14 


Other 


87 


2,437 


1,279 


874 


405 


1,158 


1,094 


64 



1/ Includes Op« 



includes only r«porta on Form 60 
Buildets.^ Includes n. 



AddittoneJ rvports tco 
compensation (or propri 



on olhcr forms are summuuad in text Table C 
and firm marabers of unincorporalcd buaincascs. X- Withheld 



3id disdosur* ol individual opeiatic 



















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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS." 








1 
State and 




Value o( work perlormed ( 


add 000} 






' Number of 






Remodeling, repair* j 






esUbUsh- 




New construction and additions 


and maintenance 






kind of business 


mentfi 


Total 












Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 




OKLAHOMA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


351 


Jll,476 


»9,182 


#1,998 


t7,184 


|2,204 


#1,652 


»642 




77 


9.069 


8.113 


1.218 


6.895 


956 


335 


621 




44 


4,444 


4,155 


783 


3,372 


289 


227 


62 




Highway 


17 


3,162 


2,809 


36 


2,773 


353 


3 


350 




Heavy Construction 


16 


1,463 


1,149 


399 


750 


314 


105 


209 




Spjcial Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


274 


2.407 


1.069 


780 


289 


1.338 


1.317 


21 




66 


129 


37 


30 


7 


98 


86 


6 




Concieti ng 


7 


31 


24 


19 


5 


7 


7 


— 




Electrical 


23 


310 


233 


209 


24 


77 


72 


5 




Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Heating and plumbing group 

H^ati ng and pipi ng 
Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi tti sheet metal 


U3 


1,150 


383 


268 


115 


767 


760 


7 




4 


101 


71 


71 


— 


30 


24 


6 




7 


157 


77 


66 


11 


80 


80 


— 




Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 


35 


416 


134 


52 


82 


282 


281 


1 




Heati ng. piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


5 


88 


36 


18 


18 


52 


52 


— 




P 1 umbi ng 


59 


361 


65 


61 


4 


296 


296 


— 




Plumbi ng WI tti sheet metal 


3 


27 


— 


— 


— 


27 


27 


— 




Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


14 


294 


U7 


58 


59 


177 


177 


— 




8 


228 


82 


24 


58 


146 


146 


— 




Sheet Metal 


4 


i 66 


35 


34 


1 


31 


31 


._ 




Roofi ng and sheet metal 


£ 
















Masonry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


28 


90 


24 


1 


23 


66 


63 


3 




Plaster i ng 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Tile and mantel 


6 


106 


80 


49 


31 


26 


26 


— 




Other 


13 


264 


158 


144 


14 


106 


106 






OREGON 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


446 


19,516 


16,228 


2,862 


13,366 


3,290 


2,100 


1,190 




66 


15.805 


14,403 


1.586 


12.817 


1,402 


267 


1,135 




35 


1,574 


1,368 


1,088 


280 


206 


200 


6 




Highway 


22 


5,053 


3,879 


UO 


3,769 


1,174 


47 


1,127 




Heavy Construction 


9 


9,178 


9,156 


388 


8,768 


22 


20 


2 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


380 


3,713 


1,825 


1.276 


549 


1,888 


1,833 


55 




35 


178 


75 


48 


27 


103 


100 


3 




Concreti ng 


4 


68 


67 


67 


— 


1 


1 


— 




Electrical 


66 


630 


431 


293 


138 


199 


188 


11 




Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


3 


71 


71 


63 


8 


— 


— 


~ 




Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


153 


1,635 


865 


553 


312 


770 


756 


14 




5 


104 


88 


88 


— 


16 


16 


-- 




Heati ng and pi pi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 


13 


184 


43 


42 


1 


141 


141 


™ 




Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


41 


832 


572 


270 


302 


260 


254 


6 




Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 




















with sheet metal 


18 


161 


59 


50 


9 


102 


97 


5 




Plumbi ng 


68 


214 


99 


99 





215 


212 


3 




Plumbi ng WI th sheet metal 


8 


40 


4 


4 


— 


36 


36 


— 




RooKng and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


49 


415 


111 


105 


6 


304 


301 


3 




10 


138 


1 


1 


~ 


137 


135 


t 




Sheet Metal 


32 


174 


61 


56 


5 


113 


113 


— 




Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


103 


49 


48 


1 


54 


53 


1 




Masonry 


3 


12 


8 


8 


— 


4 


4 


~ 




Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


52 


433 


92 


75 


17 


341 


336 


5 




Plaster i ng 


3 


59 


40 


5 


35 


19 


19 


— 




Tile and mantel 


5 


63 


20 


14 


6 


43 


43 


— 




Other 


7 


149 


45 


45 




104 


85 


19 



*Thit table includea 
l/ )nciudca OperAliv 



nly reporU on Form 60. 
Buildei*.^ Incrude* no 



Addittonal r«porU Mcur«d on other f 
componMlion lor pToprieton and firm 



■ummariiad in icj 
of unincorporatod 



>uuneM«>.X- Withheld 



ol ir»dividual opci 



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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS." 










State and 






Value of work performed 


add 000. 






Number of 








Remodelina, repairs I 




establish- 




New construction and a 


dditions 


an< 


maintenance 




kind of business 


rnents 


Total 














Tol»l 


Private 


Public 


ToUl 


Pnvale 


Public 


PENNS1LVAN1A 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


3,879 


$77,819 


$47,460 


$28,993 


$18,467 


$30,359 


$28,338 


$2,021 


634 


36,952 


30,783 


15,138 


15.645 


8,169 


7,096 


1,073 


582 


25,214 


18,836 


11,544 


7,292 


6,376 


5,991 


387 


Highway 


65 


6,149 


5,338 


1,110 


4,228 


811 


125 


686 


Heavy Construction 


47 


7,589 


6,609 


2,484 


4,125 


980 


S80 


~ 


Special Trade Contractors 

Car penter i ng 


3,245 


38.867 


16.677 


13.855 


2,822 


22,190 


21,242 


948 


320 


1,427 


322 


261 


61 


1,105 


1,092 


13 


Concreti ng 


76 


795 


401 


271 


130 


394 


345 


49 


Electrical 


232 


4,003 


2,327 


1,783 


544 


1,676 


1,550 


126 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


34 


666 


534 


448 


86 


132 


57 


65 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pi pi ng 


1.499 


19,762 


7,190 


6,157 


1,033 


12,572 


12,040 


532 


90 


4,441 


2,469 


2,242 


227 


1,972 


1,748 


224 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 
with sheet mr lal 


168 


2,098 


538 


504 


34 


1,560 


1,539 


21 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


701 


8,801 


3,300 


2,610 


690 


5,501 


5,394 


107 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


















wi th sheet metal 


166 


2,528 


398 


358 


40 


2,130 


1,976 


154 


Plumbing 


353 


1,742 


445 


403 


42 


1,297 


1,273 


24 


Plumbing with 5he»t metal 


21 


152 


40 


40 


— 


112 


110 


2 


Roofing and sheet metal group 
Rooli ng 


215 


2.611 


1.186 


852 


334 


1,425 


1,393 


32 


74 


714 


218 


188 


30 


496 


495 


1 


Sheet Metal 


4,2 


427 


196 


165 


31 


231 


224 


7 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


99 


1,470 


772 


499 


273 


698 


674 


24 


Masonry 


63 


551 


310 


247 


63 


241 


237 


4 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


621 


3,804 


728 


720 


8 


3,076 


2,996 


80 


Plasteri ng 


52 


417 


276 


182 


94 


141 


136 


5 


Tile and mantel 


52 


1,148 


837 


590 


247 


311 


298 


13 


Other 


81 


3,583 


2,566 


2,344 


222 


1,117 


1,088 


29 


RHODE ISLAND 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


190 


6,388 


3,979 


1,799 


2,180 


2,409 


2,331 


78 


54 


3,811 


2.845 


1.079 


1,766 


966 


964 


2 


44 


3,069 


2,126 


965 


1,151 


943 


941 


2 


Highway 


7 


701 


681 


109 


572 


20 


30 


— 


Heavy Construction 


3 


41 


38 


5 


33 


3 


3 


— 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenterrng 


136 


2,577 


1.134 


720 


414 


1,443 


1,367 


76 


16 


68 


15 


16 


— 


52 


47 


5 


Concreti ng 


5 


47 


22 


22 


— 


25 


16 


9 


Electrical 


18 


315 


152 


113 


49 


153 


149 


4 


Excavati ng and/or 


















toundat ion 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heat i ng and pi pi ng 


38 


1,023 


618 


335 


283 


405 


377 


28 


8 

















Heati ng and pipi ng 




521 


365 


218 


147 


156 


148 


8 


wi th sheet metal 


1 
















Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


17 


379 


226 


94 


132 


153 


134 


19 


Heati ng, pipi ng, pi umbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


6 


54 


9 


9 


— 


45 


44 


1 


Plumbi ng 


6 


69 


18 


14 


4 


51 


51 


— 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


20 


564 


133 


60 


73 


431 


406 


25 


6 


234 


43 


43 


— 


191 


191 


— 


Sheet Metal 


7 


68 


9 


1 


8 


59 


59 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


262 


81 


16 


65 


181 


156 


25 


Masonry 


3 


62 


1 


1 


— 


51 


61 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


30 


183 


15 


14 


1 


168 


168 


— 


Plastering 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Tile and mantel 


3 


48 


29 


28 


1 


19 


19 


— 


Other 


8 


228 


103 


102 


1 


125 


121 


4 



y Includ 



nly reporta on Fonp 60. 
Buitderi.y Includet no 



Additional reports ■«« 
compenHlion lot propri 



•nd Htm m«inb«Ti 



.ummaniad in text Table C 
i unincotporated buNnca*«i- X- 



o( individual open 

















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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 










State and 




Value of work performed (add 000) j 


Number of 








Remodeling, repairs 1 




esUblish- 




New coiMtniction and a 


dditions 


and 


maintenance 




kind of business 


ments 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


SOUTH CAROLINA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


276 


$9,774 


$7,394 


»3,119 


$4,275 


^.380 


$1,942 


$438 


89 


6.969 


5,897 


2,269 


3.628 


1.072 


750 


322 


74 


4,108 


3,286 


2,170 


1,116 


822 


750 


72 


Highway 


14 


2,861 


2,611 


99 


2,512 


250 


„ 


250 


Heavy Constiuction 


1 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


187 


2,805 


1,497 


850 


647 


1,308 


1,192 


116 


£5 


88 


42 


42 


~ 


46 


46 


~ 


Concreti ng 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical 


3£ 


514 


288 


205 


83 


226 


143 


83 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


«_ 


-. 


— 


— 


— 


— 


" 


— 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heat! ng and pipi ng 


86 


1.568 


975 


435 


540 


593 


562 


31 


6 


175 


51 


51 


— 


124 


123 


1 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















with sheet metal 


5 


138 


25 


25 


— 


113 


110 


3 


Heati ng, piping, plumtii ng 


33 


1,056 


837 


302 


535 


219 


196 


23 


Heat! ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


1 


z 


z 


z 


z 


X 


X 


X 


Plumbing 


39 


177 


52 


49 


3 


125 


121 


4 


Plumbi ng with sheet metal 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


z 


X 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


16 


349 


71 


70 


1 


278 


276 


2 


8 


122 


7 


7 


— 


115 


114 


1 


Sheet Metal 


1 


I 227 


64 


63 


1 


163 


162 


1 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


7 


J 














Masonry 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


17 


65 


23 


21 


2 


42 


42 


— 


Plasteci ng 


3 


14 


13 


13 


— 


1 


1 


— 


Tile and mantel 


4 


99 


57 


36 


21 


42 


42 


— 


Other 


4 


108 


28 


28 




80 


80 




SOUTH DAKOTA 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


157 


3,876 


3,217 


755 


2,462 


659 


546 


113 


53 


3.175 


2.906 


550 


2.356 


269 


189 


80 


34 


1,081 


815 


526 


289 


266 


167 


79 


Highway 


19 


2,094 


2,091 


24 


2,067 


3 


2 


1 


Heavy Construction 


~ 


~ 


~ 


— 


~ 


— 


— 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteri ng 


104 


701 


311 


205 


106 


390 


357 


33 


35 


104 


63 


63 


~ 


41 


40 


1 


Concreting 


2 


X 


X 


z 


X 


X 


X 


z 


Electrical 


7 


146 


85 


23 


62 


61 


46 


15 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


3 


8 


4 


3 


1 


4 


2 


2 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


39 


272 


100 


63 


37 


172 


160 


12 


1 
















Heati ng and pi pi ng 




[ 30 


17 


13 


4 


13 


13 


— 


wi th sheet metal 


3 














Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 


19 


133 


53 


22 


31 


80 


77 


3 


Heating, pipi ng, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 


11 


65 


17 


15 


2 


48 


39 


9 


Plumbi ng 


5 


44 


13 


13 


— 


31 


31 


— 


PI umbi ng with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


3 


35 


14 


11 


3 


21 


20 


1 


3 


35 


14 


11 


3 


21 


20 


1 


Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Masonry 


1 


I 


X 


z 


I 


z 


z 


X 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


10 


25 


8 


6 


2 


17 


17 


— 


Plasteri ng 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Tile and mantel 


1 


z 


z 


X 


X 


z 


z 


X 


Other 


3 


92 


26 


26 




66 


65 


1 



'This Ubl« includea only reportt oo Fonn 60. Additional r«pofto Mcurad on olhtr ti 
l/ Include! Operative Buildcii. 2/ Include* no companMlion for proprietor* and Hnn 



xt T«hle C 
bu«iit*u« X- Withheld 



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TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.- 










State and 


Number of 


Value of work performed 


add COO) 












Remodeling, repai 


t 




establish- 




New coiutruction and a 


dditions 






kind of business 


ments 


Total 












Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


TENNESSEE 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


582 


e20,187 


S16,517 


*5,214 


111,303 


$3,670 


83,052 


5618 


157 


14.290 


13.015 


2,759 


10,256 


1,275 


739 


536 


117 


5,759 


5,029 


2,470 


2,559 


730 


675 


55 


Highway 


28 


5,708 


5,310 


124 


5,186 


398 


E 


396 


Heavy Construction 


12 


2,823 


2,676 


165 


2,511 


147 


62 


85 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


425 


5.897 


3.502 


2.455 


1,047 


2.395 


2,313 


82 


65 


400 


108 


99 


9 


292 


292 


— 


Concreti ng 


7 


33 


26 


15 


11 


7 


7 


— 


Electrical 


43 


648 


385 


352 


33 


263 


242 


21 


ExcavatI ng and/or 


















foundation 


2 


I 


I 


I 


I 


z 


z 


X 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


185 


2.613 


1.440 


1,155 


285 


1,173 


1,156 


17 


13 


271 


202 


139 


63 


69 


6d 


— 


Heating and pipi ng 


















WI th sheet mf.ai 


17 


690 


241 


239 


2 


449 


449 


— 


Heating, pipi ng. plumbing 


68 


1,132 


741 


549 


192 


391 


375 


16 


Healing, piping, plumbing 


















WI th sheet netal 


4 


75 


40 


19 


21 


35 


35 


— 


PI umbi ng 

Plumbi ng wi th shes' metal 


82 

1 


• 445 


216 


209 


7 


229 


228 


1 


Roofing at^d sfieet metal group 
Roofi ng 


p.e, 


426 


158 


123 


35 


268 


264 


4 


10 


177 


24 


21 


3 


153 


153 


— 


Sheet Metal 


7 


42 


12 


12 


— 


30 


30 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


9 


207 


122 


90 


32 


85 


81 


4 


Masonry 


16 


637 


602 


247 


355 


35 


29 


6 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


54 


251 


104 


63 


41 


147 


135 


12 


Plaster 1 ng 


4 


X 


I 


I 


X 


z 


z 


z 


Tile and mantel 


6 


168 


131 


76 


55 


37 


18 


19 


Othei 


17 


670 


509 


315 


194 


161 


158 


3 


TEXAS 


1,134 


41,271 


34,108 


10,921 


23,187 


7,163 


6,223 


940 


General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


pq/l 


30,187 


27.013 


5.637 


21,376 


3,174 


2,389 


785 


206 


9,783 


8,348 


3,561 


4,787 


1,435 


1,245 


190 


Highway 


46 


14,257 


13,833 


394 


13,439 


424 


17 


407 


Heavy Construction 


42 


6,147 


4,832 


1,682 


3,150 


1,315 


1,127 


188 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter! ng 


840 


11.084 


7,095 


5,284 


1,811 


3,989 


3,834 


155 


132 


350 


172 


163 


9 


178 


169 


9 


Concreti ng 


18 


102 


58 


53 


5 


44 


44 


— 


Electrical 


92 


1,380 


888 


531 


357 


492 


468 


24 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


5 


206 


186 


7 


179 


20 


20 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heat 1 ng and pipi ng 


305 


5,178 


3.553 


2,772 


781 


1,625 


1,566 


59 


20 


1,036 


919 


824 


95 


117 


116 


1 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


11 


294 


79 


68 


11 


215 


209 


6 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


47 


1,511 


1,060 


675 


385 


451 


405 


46 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


12 


143 


102 


84 


18 


41 


41 


— 


Plumbi ng 


198 


2,103 


1,350 


1,084 


266 


753 


747 


6 


Plumbing with sheet metal 


17 


91 


43 


37 


6 


48 


48 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofi ng 


72 


1,792 


1.075 


924 


151 


717 


679 


38 


24 


922 


638 


558 


80 


284 


284 


— 


Sheet Metal 


25 


325 


233 


196 


37 


92 


79 


13 


Roo fi ng and sheet metal 


23 


545 


204 


170 


34 


341 


316 


25 


Masonry 


13 


61 


45 


15 


29 


16 


16 


~ 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


130 


435 


131 


118 


13 


304 


279 


25 


Plaster i ng 


12 


143 


125 


39 


86 


18 


18 


— 


Tile and mantel 


19 


387 


243 


2S1 


12 


144 


144 


— 


Other 


42 


1,050 


619 


430 


189 


431 


431 





a only report* or 
live Buirdeii.2/ 






■ummarued in text Table C 

ol unincorporated buuneMes. X- Withheld 



sid dUdowre of irtdividual opcr< 



















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 












TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REI>MR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 










BY KIND OF BUSINESS.* 












State and 




Value of work performed ( 


add 000) 








Number of 
establish- 




New construction and additions 


Remodeling, repairs 
and maintenance 




kind of business 


ments 


Toi'1 
















Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 




UTAH 
General Contractors 


322 


»8,115 


$6,986 


»2,248 


|4,738 


$1,129 


$929 


$200 




92 


6.331 


5.938 


1,555 


4.383 


393 


250 


143 




Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 


66 


2,098 


1,821 


1,312 


509 


277 


208 


69 




20 


4,065 


3,935 


242 


3,743 


80 


6 


74 




6 


168 


132 


1 


131 


36 


36 


~ 




Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenteti ng 


230 


1.784 


1.048 


693 


355 


736 


679 


57 




38 


90 


36 


31 


5 


54 


54 


~ 




Concreting 


6 


27 


14 


— 


14 


13 


12 


1 




Electrical 


17 


126 


77 


62 


15 


49 


46 


3 




Exca»ati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Heating and plumbing group 


74 


848 


495 


366 


129 


353 


322 


31 




Heati ng and pipi ng 


5 


87 


73 


65 


8 


14 


13 


1 




Heati ng and pi pi ng 




















with sheet mfUl 


10 


151 


61 


50 


11 


90 


88 


2 




Heating, piping, plumbing 


32 


413 


241 


147 


94 


172 


149 


23 




Heating, piping, plumbing 




















wi th sheet metal 


4 


81 


47 


45 


2 


34 


30 


4 




Plumbing 


23 


116 


73 


59 


14 


43 


42 


1 




Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


— 




Rooting and sheet metal group 

Rooting 


16 


97 


56 


37 


19 


41 


40 


1 




6 


31 


15 


6 


9 


16 


15 


1 




Sheet Metal 


8 


> 66 


41 


31 


10 


25 


25 


„ 




Roofi ng and sheet metal 


2 
















Masonry 


11 


99 


73 


27 


46 


26 


26 


— 




Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 


33 


153 


31 


27 


4 


122 


107 


15 




Plasten ng 


21 


121 


101 


55 


46 


20 


20 


~ 




Tile and mantel 


4 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Other 


9 


76 


46 


16 


30 


30 


29 


1 




VERMONT 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


141 


1,327 


578 


349 


229 


749 


660 


89 




40 


792 


467 


246 


221 


325 


237 


88 




33 


475 


243 


201 


42 


232 


226 


6 




Higtiway 


6 


317 


224 


45 


179 


93 


11 


82 




Heavy Construe tion 


1 
















Special Trade Contractors 

Carpentering 


101 


535 


111 


103 


8 


424 


423 


1 




25 


78 


20 


20 


~ 


58 


58 


— 




Concreting 


2 


z 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Electrical 


10 


60 


7 


7 


— 


53 


53 


— 




Excavati ng and/or 




















foundation 


1 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and pipi ng 


19 


177 


42 


42 


— 


135 


134 


1 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


~ 


— 




Heating and pipi ng 




















WI th sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


11 


104 


34 


34 


— 


70 


69 


1 




Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 




















wi th sheet metal 
Plumbing 


6 
2 


73 


8 


8 


-- 


65 


65 


-- 




Plumbing with sheet metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Roofing and sfieet metal group 

Roofi ng 


5 


53 


17 


17 


— 


36 


36 


— 




2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Sheet Metal 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Roofi ng and sheet metal 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Masonry 


7 


16 


8 


5 


3 


8 


8 


— 




Painting, paperhanging 




















and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 


31 

1 


[ 140 


16 


11 


5 


124 


124 


- 




Tile and mantel 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




Other 



















ubi* include* 
ncludei Operatic 



nly reports on Form 60. A^klibond reports aecurad on other iorma mi* •ummaruod in text Table 
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BUSINESS 












TABLE 3.- 


NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 








BY KIND OF BUSINESS.- 








State and 




Value of worl 


pertormed ( 


add 000) 




Number of 






II 


Remodeling, repain 




kind of business 


estsblish- 


'i j-al 


New coiutruction and additions 11 


and maintenance 




ments 






















Totml 


Priv«le 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


VIRGINIA 


673 


$18,114 


»13,445 


$7,753 


$5,592 


$4,669 


$4,135 


$534 


Ocneral Contractors 


213 


11,383 


9.959 


4.887 


5,072 


1.424 


1.032 


392 


Bui Idi ng 1/ 


169 


7,269 


6,104 


4,128 


1,976 


1,155 


1,008 


157 


H ighway 


23 


1,628 


1,464 


107 


1,357 


154 


12 


152 


Heavy Construction 


21 


2,486 


2,391 


552 


1,739 


95 


12 


83 


Special Trade Contractors 


460 


6,731 


3,486 


2.855 


620 


3.245 


3.103 


142 


Carpenter: ng 


47 


430 


221 


221 


— 


209 


195 


14 


Concreti ng 


12 


131 


42 


13 


29 


89 


75 


14 


Electrical 


56 


782 


390 


308 


82 


392 


391 


1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundat ion 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Healing and plumbing group 

Heati ng and piping 


186 


2.958 


1.510 


1.371 


139 


1.448 


1.408 


40 


18 


519 


308 


305 


3 


211 


208 


3 ■ 


Heat! ng and piping 


















*i tti sheet metal 


5 


102 


48 


30 


18 


54 


54 


— 


Heati ng, piping, plumbi ng 


91 


1,551 


801 


752 


49 


750 


738 


22 


Healing, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


20 


370 


171 


164 


7 


199 


196 


3 


Plumbing 


45 


368 


179 


117 


62 


189 


177 


12 


Plumbi ng wi th sheet metal 


7 


38 


3 


3 


— 


35 


35 


— 


Roofing and sheet metal group 
Roo li ng 


43 


844 


535 


332 


203 


309 


286 


23 


9 


109 


50 


49 


11 


49 


45 


4 


Sheet Metal 


11 


104 


69 


56 


3 


35 


23 


12 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


23 


531 


405 


217 


189 


225 


218 


7 


Masonry 


13 


372 


314 


272 


42 


58 


43 


15 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decor ati ng 


59 


530 


155 


134 


21 


375 


375 


— 


Plastering 


7 


43 


4 


3 


1 


39 


39 


— 


Tile and mantel 


6 


I 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Other 


18 


427 


215 


129 


87 


211 


176 


35 


WASHINGTON 

General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


631 


31,781 


28,631 


3,824 


24,807 


3,150 


2,891 


259 


175 


27,109 


26,320 


2,325 


23,995 


789 


649 


140 


99 


3,606 


3,051 


1,708 


1,343 


555 


515 


40 


Highway 


54 


5,823 


5,717 


212 


5,505 


106 


24 


82 


Heavy Construction 


22 


15,580 


15,552 


405 


16,147 


128 


110 


18 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


455 


4.672 


2,311 


1,499 


812 


2,361 


2,242 


119 


57 


258 


56 


54 


2 


212 


210 


2 


Concreti ng 


13 


88 


72 


55 


17 


15 


15 


1 


Electrical 


50 


759 


466 


284 


182 


303 


287 


16 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


6 


15 


15 


12 


3 


— 


— 


— 


Heating and plumbing group 


187 


2,005 


1,031 


546 


385 


975 


945 


30 


Heati ng and pi pi ng 


14 


1S9 


134 


123 


11 


65 


55 


9 


Heati ng and piping 


















wi th sheet metal 


14 


157 


54 


56 


8 


93 


91 


2 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


78 


1,294 


748 


385 


363 


546 


534 


12 


Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















with sheet metal 


11 


68 


20 


17 


3 


48 


43 


5 


Plumbing 


55 


272 


58 


58 


— 


214 


212 


2 


Plumbing wi th sheet metal 


4 


15 


7 


7 


— 


9 


9 


— 


Rooting and sheet metal group 


35 


377 


139 


104 


35 


238 


237 


1 


Raoti ng 


15 


193 


29 


28 


1 


154 


153 


1 


Sheet Metal 


16 


121 


73 


39 


34 


48 


48 


— 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


4 


63 


37 


37 


— 


26 


26 


— 


Masonry 


4 


55 


27 


27 


— 


28 


28 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


68 


464 


120 


107 


13 


344 


293 


51 


Plastering 


6 


78 


55 


52 


3 


23 


23 


— 


Tile and mantel 


9 


133 


95 


59 


36 


38 


38 


— 


Other 


11 


419 


235 


99 


136 


184 


166 


18 



ncludca 


only r«porU oft Fonn AO. A<Uttional r«porta mc 


Opera! i 


(c Buildei«.2/ Include* no coropenution lor prop 



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BY KIND OF BUSINESS.- 










1 

1 

State and 




Value ot work performed ' 


add 000) 




. . . i 


Number of 








Remodeling, repair* | 




ovaLIis''- 




New constniclion and a 


Editions 


anc 


mamtenance 


j 


kind of business 


ments 


Total 














Total 


Private 


Public 


Total 


Private 


Public 


WEST VIRGINIA 


338 


|7,525 


$6,031 


$2,062 


$3,969 


n , 494 


$1,434 


$60 


General Contractors 

Building 1/ 


85 


5.616 


5.197 


1.433 


3.764 


419 


376 


43 


5E 


1,344 


983 


963 


20 


361 


346 


15 


Highway 


24 


2,847 


2,837 


256 


2,581 


10 


2 


8 


Heavy Construction 


9 


1,425 


1,377 


214 


1,163 


48 


28 


20 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 


253 


1.909 


834 


629 


205 


1,075 


1,058 


17 


46 


104 


14 


14 


~ 


90 


86 


4 


Concreting 


6 


39 


28 


15 


13 


11 


11 


— 


Electrical 


IC 


164 


75 


75 


— 


89 


88 


1 


Excavati ng and/or 


















(oundat ion 


8 


118 


105 


86 


19 


13 


12 


1 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heati ng and pipi ng 


78 


718 


199 


151 


48 


519 


509 


10 


3 


26 


8 


8 


— 


18 


18 


— 


Heati ng and piping 


















with sheet mf.tl 


3 


72 


15 


IE 


— 


57 


57 


— 


Heating, pipi ng, plumt)i ng 


22 


292 


127 


89 


38 


165 


164 


1 


Heating, piping, plumbing 


















with sheet metal 


7 


130 


10 


2 


a 


120 


115 


5 


Plumbi ng 


38 


160 


23 


21 


2 


137 


134 


3 


PI umbi ng w; th shee' metal 


5 


38 


16 


16 


— 


22 


21 


1 


Roofing and sheet metal group 
Roofi ng 


11 


126 


89 


89 


— 


37 


37 


— 


2 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Sheet Metal 


1 


X 


X 


X 


I 


X 


X 


X 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


8 


118 


87 


87 


— 


31 


31 


— 


Masonry 


7 


40 


38 


37 


1 


2 


2 


— 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decoiati ng 
Plaster 1 ng 


70 
2 


196 


17 


14 


3 


179 


179 


-- 


Tile and mantel 


5 


101 


76 


58 


e 


25 


24 


1 


Other 


9 


303 


193 


80 


113 


110 


110 




WISCONSIN 

General Contractors 

Bui Idi ng 1/ 


2,146 


32,134 


21,409 


9,933 


11,476 


10,725 


10,364 


361 


340 


17.655 


15,685 


5.30S 


10.379 


1.970 


1.800 


170 


236 


7,906 


6,200 


4,193 


2,007 


1,706 


1,613 


93 


Highway 


78 


5,068 


4,974 


316 


4,658 


94 


49 


45 


Heavy Construction 


26 


4,681 


4,511 


797 


3,714 


170 


138 


32 


Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter 1 ng 


1.806 


14.479 


5.724 


4.627 


1.097 


8.756 


8.564 


191 


378 


1,344 


464 


427 


37 


880 


870 


10 


Concreti ng 


63 


350 


169 


139 


30 


181 


171 


10 


Electrical 


140 


1,455 


570 


458 


112 


885 


875 


10 


Excavati ng and/or 


















foundation 


21 


169 


109 


63 


46 


60 


51 


9 


Heating and plumbing group 

Heating and piping 


492 


6.564 


2.940 


2.249 


691 


3.624 


3.529 


95 


52 


1,100 


708 


455 


253 


392 


358 


34 


Heati ng and pipi ng 


















wi th sheet metal 


72 


1,004 


393 


328 


65 


611 


572 


39 


Heati ng, pipi ng. plumbing 


197 


2,784 


1,285 


919 


366 


1,499 


1,490 


9 


Heati ng. pipi ng, plumbi ng 


















WI th sheet metal 


22 


533 


244 


243 


1 


289 


279 


10 


Plumbi ng 


148 


1,143 


310 


304 


6 


833 


830 


3 


Plumbing WI th sheet metal 


1 
















Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roofing 


75 


1,178 


246 


241 


5 


932 


920 


12 


39 


880 


167 


166 


1 


713 


702 


• 11 


Sheet Metal 


25 


248 


62 


59 


3 


186 


185 


1 


Roofi ng and sheet metal 


11 


50 


17 


16 


1 


33 


33 


— 


Masonry 


69 


445 


265 


256 


9 


180 


179 


1 


Painting, paperhanging 


















and decorati ng 


443 


1,728 


205 


196 


9 


1,523 


1,516 


7 


Plasteri ng 


71 


362 


226 


159 


67 


136 


131 


5 


Tile and mantel 


17 


290 


196 


162 


34 


94 


88 


6 


Other 


37 


594 


334 


277 


57 


260 


234 


26 



"Tliis Ubic includea 
l/ Include! Operatic 



only reporta on Form 60. 
e Builders. 2/ Include* no 



Addition*] rvporta ••curw 
compcnulton for proprieloi 



in otKcr lorma arc tummanzad in text Table C 

and firm manibera of unincerporXcd buwneaaea. X* Withheld 



Did diacfomr* of individual open 



Vol. 1 - Page 116 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

TABLE 3.- NEW CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR WORK, BY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC, AND 

BY KIND OF BUSINESS.' 



Stale and 
kind of business 



Number of 

establish- 

menti 



Value o( work performed (add 000) 



New coiutTuction and additions 



Remodeling, repairs 
and maintenance 



General Contractors 

Building 1/ 

Highway 

Heavy Construction 

Special Trade Contractors 

Carpenter i ng 
Concreti ng 
Eiectrical 
Excavati ng and/or 

foundation 
Heating and plumbing giouij 

Heati ng and pipi ng 

Heati ng and pipi ng 
wi th sheet metal 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbi ng 

Heati ng, pipi ng, plumbing 
wi th sheet metal 

Plumbi ng 

Plumbi ng with sheet metal 
Roofing and sheet metal group 

Roo fi ng 

Sheet Metal 

Rooti ng and sheet metal 
Masonry 
Painting, paperhanging 

and decorati ng 
Plaster i ng 
Tile and mantel 
Other 



$2,837 



$2,120 



$801 



$1,319 



$717 



2.090 



1,794 



438 

1,066 

586 



307 
903 
584 



195 
285 



112 
618 
576 



131 
163 



$574 



127 

41 



$143 



*T1iti l«bU includes only r«porU on Fern 60. Additional raports wcuTod on other foi 
1 / Includes Operative Buildeia. 2/ Include* no companaation ior proprietor! and firm rr 



lummarixod in text Table C 

I tinincoiporatad businaaaei. X* Withheld 



avoid diadoMlra of individual operalioi 



CONFIDENTIAL GOVERNMENT REPORT 

Section 8 of the Act creating the Department of Commerce and Labor, approved February 14, 1903, provides that: " The 
Secretary of Commerce shall from time to time make such special investigations and reports * * * which he himself 
may deem necessary and urgent." Acting upon this authority, I have authorized and instructed the Director of the Census 
to take a Census of Business covering the calendar year 1935. We ask for the cooperation and assistance of the business 
men of the United States in this undertaking and assure them that their individual reports will be held absolutely confidential. 
Only sworn employees of the Bureau of the Census will be permitted to examine your report, and no information will be given 
to any person, whether in Government service or private life, which would disclose, exactly or approidmately, any of the facts 
or figures in your report. The information wiil be used for statistical purposes only. 

DANIEL C. ROPER, Secretary of Commerce. 



Form 60 

CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Federal Works Project 



CONSTRUCTION 
SCHEDULE 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

WASHINGTON 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS : 1935 



SUPEKVISOK'S DISTRICT 

No 

State 

ENUMERATION DISTRICT 

No 

County — 

CONSECUTIVE NUMBER 
OF REPORT 

No 



A separate report on this form should be prepared by every general contractor, operative builder £ 
fireach branch office (other than field offices established for the individual job). 

This report should cover, if possible, the full year's operations for the calendar year 1935, even i 
nport may cover a twelve-month period ending within a month before or after December 31, 1935. 



ubcontractor (special trade contractor) for the home ofhce and 
nership has changed daring the year. If mor« convenient the 



1, DESCRIPTION OF ESTABLISHMENT: 

a. Name op establishment 



6. Name op owner Race (not for corporations) 

(White, Negro, Oriental, other) 
'State County _ Township 

Name of city, town, or village 

Street and number . 

Is this street number located v.-ithin the corporate limits of the city, twrni, or village named 
above? (Fes or No) __ 

d. Address (home office ob business address) op owner _ 

e. List any other addresses in this city or its immediate environs at whicli your organization maintains offices (other than field 

offices), yards, or other facilities (covered in this report): 



c. Location op 

ESTABLISHMENT 



(Street address) 



/ T„ fn Individual proprietorship. D Other (specify): 

;. Legal form op organizationJ r-, Partnprshin w ./»/ 

(Place check mark In proper square) 1 ^ rartnersmp. 

Ln Corporationj __ 




J. Give total number of establishments or units (exclusive of field offices) owned by this organization, anyrvhere in the 
continental United States (including the establishment for which this report is prepared) 



2. KIND OF BUSINESS: 

a. Specify the kind of business on the basis of the major portion of gross receipts for the year 1935. 
Checlc one: 



(4). 



(CODE— Do not use) 



General contractor: 
D Operative builder. 



n Building. 



Subcontractor: (Special Trade Contractor) 



D Air condition- 
ing. 

n Carpentering. 

D Cement gun. 

D Concreting. 

n Electrical. 

D Elevator in- 
stallation 
and repair. 



n Excavating 
foundation, 
n Heating and piping 
n Insulation, 
n Lathing, 
n Marble, 
n Mason. 
n Ornamental metal. 



and 



n Highway. 



□ Painting, paperhang- 
ing, and decorating, 

n Plastering. 

D Plumbing. 

D Resilient flooring. 

D Roofing, 

n Sheet metal. 

D Steel erection. 



n Heavy construction. 



n Stone setting, 
n Terrazzo and mosaic. 
D Tile and mantel. 
D Wood flooring. 
D Wrecking and demo- 
lition. 

n Other 

(Specify) 



b. Subcontractors (special trade contractors) doing more than one kind of work are to list the several kinds that they do in 
the order of their relative importance, according to 1935 gross receipts. (Use the terms given above.) 

-(1) - - ... (2) ._ _. (3) 



(1) 



3. CONTRACTS OR ORDERS RECEIVED AND WORK SUBLET: 

Operative builders are to answer sections o 1 and 6. 

a. Dollar value of all contracts or orders {new construction, repairs, etc.) received during the 
year 1935: 

1. Directly from owners or any source other than contractors _ $.. 

(Operative builders are to show here the estimated dollar value, when completed, of all projects for which they started 
construction during 1936.) 

2. From other contractors $^ 

3. Total (sum of 1 and 2) — S- 

h. Dollar value of all work sublet during 1935. ._ ._ - _.. $- 



(5) 
(6) 

(7) 
(8) 



(CODE— Do not use) 



B-1 

B-2 
B-3 
B-4 



4. WORK PERFORMED: 

Report the dollar value of all work performed or materials supplied by your organization during the year 1935. The amount 
is to be in terms of contract prices [not actual costs) and is to cover only tlie work actually done, including work performed 
on partially completed jobs. Do not include the cost to you of work sublet to other contractors. 





ITEM 






NEW CONSTRUCTION AND 
ADDITIONS 


EEMODELIXQ, REPAIRS, AND 
MAINTENANCE 


TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION 


TOTAL 
(1) 


Private Construction 

(Projects owned by 
individuals, corpo- 
rations, and all other 
private agencies) 

(2) 


Public Construction 

(Projects owned by 
Federal, State 
county, municipal, 
or other govern- 
mental agencies) 

(3) 


Private Construction 

(As defined in col. 2) 

(4) 


Public Construction 

(As defined in col. 3) 

(5) 


One- and two-family 
HOUSES {even if part of a 
larger project of some 
ether type) 

Other residential 
BUILDING {even if part 
of a larger project of 
some other type) 

Building other than 
HESLDBNTIAL {even if 
part of a project of some 


C(l) 
C(2) 

C(3) 

C(4) 

C(5) 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ _ 


$ 


$ .. 


$ 


$ 


$... 


$ 


$ 


$_... 


$ 


•$ 


Hbavt construction ' 
{as defined at the end of 
this Inquiry) __.. 

Highway ^ (as defined at 
the end of this Inquiry) 


$ . 


$ _. 


$_ 


$ 




$ 


$ -- 


$ 


$ 


$ 








$... 


$ 


$ - — 




Totals _ 


$ 


Key 
A-1 


$ -— 



1 Heavy coNSTRtJCTiON. — This is for all work regularly done by heavy construction contractors and will include railroad construction projects, heavy construction 
and railroad bridges, heavy construction sewers and water mains, grade separations involving a railroad, foundations, pile driving, piers, abutments, retaining walls, 
viaducts, tunnels, subways, elevated highways, track elevation, drainage projects, sanitation projects, aqueducts, irrigation projects, tlood-control projects, reclamation 
projects, reservoirs, water-supply projects, water-power development, hydroelectric development, transmission lines, pipe lines, locks, dams, dikes, levees, revetments, 
chaimels, channel cut-offs, intakes, dredging projects, jetties, breakwaters, docks, harbors, industrial sites (excluding paving operations), general excavation. 

' Hir.nwAT CONSTRUCTION. — This is for all work regularly done by highway contractors and will include roads, streets, alleys, sidewalks, guard rails and fences, 
parkways, parking areas, airports, bridle paths, athletic fields, highway bridges, grade separations involving highways, light construction sewage and waterworks 
fmprovemenls. 



5. PROPRIETORS AND FIRM MEMBERS (does not apply to corporations) : 

a. Total number of proprietors and firm members {including those reported under h, below) 

b. Number of proprietors and firm members devoting the major portion of their time to the 

business _ 

c. Number of members of families of proprietors or firm members who are regularly working, 

full-time or part-time, in the business but to whom no stated salary is paid 



Key 
B-5 



(A-2 
[B-6 



B-7 



(2) 



€. PAID EMPLOYEES AND WEEKLY PAY ROLL: 

(Do not include persons reported under Inquiry 5.) 

a. Number of employees and amount of pay roll for the one-week pay 
period ending nearest October 26, 1935. 

1. Salaried officers of the corporation {do not include proprietors and 
firm members of unincorporated establishments) 



Construction engineers, superintendents, any foremen whose 
duties are primarily supervisory, and other responsible admin- 
istrative and technical employees-. 



3. All other salaried employees, including the field office force, sales- 

men, estimators, draftsmen, clerical workers 

4. Wage earners employed at the site of construction, including fore- 

men and gang bosses the greater part of whose work is similar 
to that of the men under their supervision. 



5. All other wage earners 

6. Total (sum of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) 

7. How many of the total paid employees shown in 6 above are 

Negroes? -. _ 



Number of employees 



D-1 

D-3 
D-5 

D-7 

A-3 



Total pay roll {salaries, 

wages, bonuses, and 

commissioTis) 



X X X X X X 



Total pay roll for the year 1935 for fuU-time and part-time employees (salaries, vages, 
bonuses, and commissions). (Do not include proprietor's or partners' compensation, but 
include that of officers of corporation) $_ 



D-2 

D-4 
D-« 

D-8 



Key 

A-4 



c. Number of employees working during pay period ending nearest the 15th of each month of 1935: 



January 

February 

March 

April — 

May... 

June 



Total Number or 
Paid Employees 
(as defined under a6) 



JiUy 

August. 

September... 

October 

November... 
December 



Total Number of 
Paid Emplotees 
(a* defined under aQ) 



(Do not use) 



Key 

A-5 



7. WORK PERFORMED IN 1935 BY LOCATION: 

Report the dollar value of the construction work performed by you for all types of construction combined. 

a. In the city (or its immediate environs) in which your office is located... $ _ 

b. In the State in which this office or branch is located, excluding 7a.. $ 

c. In other States (list each State separately) : 

Name of State $ 



Total of all entries under c S, 

d. Total amount of work performed for all locations combined (should agree with total of column 

1 of Inquiry 4) $. 



F-1 
F-2 



(3) 



8. MAN-HOURS AND PAY ROLL AT SITE OF CONSTRUCTION: 

Show the number of man-hours worked and the amount of the pay roll for all pay periods in each month of 1935 for wage 
earners employed at tlie site of construction. 



Month 


FlKLD 


Amount or Pay Ecu. 


Number of Man- 

HOHKS 


Month 


Amount of Pay Roll 


Number of Man- 
nouRa 


January 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


Item G (I) 
$ -. 


Item G (3) 


July 


Item G (2) 

$ 


Item G (4) 


February. 


$.. - 






$ 




March. 


$ 






* 

$ 




Aprn. — 


$..... 




October 


$ 




May 


$ 






$ 




June.... 


$ 




December 


$. - .- 












(Do not use) 







MATERIALS USED AND BUILDING EQUIPMENT INSTALLED: 

Report the total cost delivered on the job of aU materials that you furnished and used in construction {brick, cement, 
lumber, steel, and all other materials) and of all equipment furnished by you and installed (plumbing, heating, and 
electrical apparatus, elevators, and all other equipment incidental to the building). Do not include equipment which 
the building serves to house (Jactory machinery, power-generating equipment, and similar items) or material and equip- 
ment furnished by your subcontractors. 



Total cost of materials and equipment installed during 1935 $_ 



Key 
A-6 



10. SUPPLEMENTAL FACTS: 

a. If any merchandise was sold independently of contract work, show the net sales for 1935. 
{Do not include the value of materials reported under Inquiry 9.) 



6. Report here aU work of the following classes on which con- 
tracts or orders were received or construction started 
during 1935 {this does not apply to subcontractors) : 

1. One- and two-family houses 

2. Other residential structures 



Number of Structures 



F-4 
F-6 



Number of Family Unjis 



F-5 
F-7 



Remarks: 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this schedule is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge and 



belief, and covers the period from 



., 19 , to . 



., 19. 



(Signature and official title of person furnishiog the information) 



(Date of signature) 



., 1936. 



(Signature of enumerator) 



(4) 



Dy-^v-^ 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin. Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS: 1935 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 



VOLUME 11 



EMPLOYMENT BY MONTHS, AND 

BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS BY 

STATES AND CITIES, 

AND BY KIND OF BUSINESS 




February, 1937 



am 



i 



:i X I-?. 2)^1 A Uq 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS: 1935 

Fred A. Gosnell, Chief Statistician 
William A. Ruff, Assistant 



This is the second of a series of three volumes to 
summarize data for the Construction Industry, as reported by gener- 
al contractors, operative builders and special trade contractors. 
In this volume detailed data are presented for personnel, pay rolls 
and man-hours. The study of the Construction Industry was part of 
the Census of Business, 1935, 

The statistics were collected in 1936 by a canvass of 
contracting establishments in every State, city and county of the 
United States, by the Bureau of the Census, with funds provided by 
the Works Progress Administration. 



Construction reports are prepared under the supervision of George J. Lawrence, 
Chief, Construction Census, with the assistance of Luther J. Etchison. 



Vol. II Page II 






CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



ARRANGEMENT AND CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 



The data collected for the operations of construction 
establishments are presented in three volumes. Each volume con- 
tains a series of tables showing statistics for the United States, 
each geographic division, each State and each city of 500,000 or 
more inhabitants. The data for each table, except for some United 
States Summaries are shown by kind of business, or by kind-of- 
business groups. 

VOLUME I - Shows the number of establishments, work per- 
formed, personnel, pay roll, and cost of 
materials . 



VOLUME I I 



Shows detailed data for personnel, pay roll, and 
man-hours. 



VOLUME III - Shows work performed, by type of construction (one- 
and two-family houses, other residential building, 
etc.); work performed, by the location of the work; 
comparative figures for 1929 and 1935; a size group- 
ing of establishments, by value of work performed; 
and other data showing the characteristics of con- 
struction establishments. 



SPECIAL SUBJECT REPORTS - Show the results of the analysis of 
various aspects of construction by contractors. 



Vol. 11 . Page 111 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Detailed Tables VI 



Section I. - Scope, Classifications and Definitions VII 

Report Forms Summarized in this Volume VII 

Limitations of the Canvass VII 

Classification by Kind of Business VII 

Definition of Terms VIII 

Section II. - General Analysis of Employment XI 

Introduction XI 

Different Forms Used for Reporting XII 

Establishments Reporting Employment XII 

Employment by Months XIV 

Total Number of Employees by Months XIV 

Method of Measuring Fluctuations in Employment. . XIV 

Fluctuations in Total Number of Employees by Months XV 

Total Number of Employees by Geographic Divisions XVIII 

Number of Wage Earners at the Site of Construction XXI 

Pay Rolls and Man-Hours by Months XXII 

Wage Payments XXIII 

Average Annual Wage Payments XXIV 

Average Hourly Wage Payments XXIV 

Employment by Occupational Groups XXVI 

Establishments Reporting Employment by Occupations XXIX 

Relative Importance of Occupational Groups XXIX 



CHARTS 

Chart 1. - Number of Total Employees the 15th of Each Month 

as Percentages of Average Number for the Year XVII 

Chart 2 . - Average Hourly Earnings for Wage Earners at the 

Site of Construction, by Kind-of-Business Groups XXVIII 



TEXT TA BLES 

Table A - Establishments Grouped by Class of Employment 

Data Reported XIII 



Vol. il ■ Page IV 



Page 

Table B - Total Number of Employees for the Pay Period 

Ending Nearest the 15th of Each Month as Percentages 

of the Average Number of Employees for the Year .... XVI 

Table C - Total Number of Employees for the Pay Period Ending 

Nearest the 15th of Each Month as Percentages of the 
Average Number of Employees for the Year XIX 

Table D - Fluctuations in Employment by Geographic Divisions ... XX 

Table E - Number of Tdtal Employees and Number of Wage Earners 

at the Site on the 15th of the Month as Percentages of 
Average Number for the Year XXI 

Table F - Wage Earners at the Site of Construction Reported by 

15,470 Establishments XXIII 

Table G - Average Earnings Per Hour by Kinds of Business, by 

States, Larger Cities, and Remainder of States XXV 

Table H - Average Hourly Earnings For Wage Earners at the Site by 

Kinds of Business for Geographic Divisions XXVII 

Table J - Number of Employees by Occupational Groups For the Pay 

Period Ending Nearest October 26, 1935 XXX 



DETAILED . TABLES 

Table 1 - Establishments, Work Performed, Personnel, and Pay Roll 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 1 

United States Summary, by States 2 

Table 2 - Establishments, Work Performed, Personnel, Pay Roll, 
. and Cost of Material 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 3 

United States Summary, by States 4 

Explanation of tables 5 

Table 4 - Total Number of Paid Employees Working During the Pay 
Period Ending Nearest the 15th of Each Month by 
Kind-of-Business Groups 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 7 

United States Summary, by States 8 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 10 

States by Kind of Business 19 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, by 

Kind of Business 29 



Vol. II - Page V 



Page 



Table 5 - Total Number of Wage Earners at the Site of 

Construction Working During the Pay Period Ending 
Nearest the 15th of Each Month, by Kind-of-Business 
Groups 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 32 

United States Summary, by States 35 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 35 

States by Kind of Business 44 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, by 

Kind of Business 54 

Table 6 - Pay Roll and Man-Hours by Months for Wage Earners at 
the Site of Construction, by Kind-of-Business Groups 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 57 

United States Summary, by States 60 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 65 

States by Kind of Business 92 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, by 

Kind of Business 117 

Table 7 - Employment, Pay Roll and Man-Hours for Wage Earners 
at the Site of Construction, by Kind of Business 

United States Summary, by Kind of Business 125 

United States Summary, by States 124 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 125 

States by Kind of Business 130 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, by 

Kind of Business 148 

Table 8 - Work Performed, Personnel and Pay Roll for Establishments 
Reporting Employment by Occupational Groups for the Week 
Ending October 26, 1935, by Kind of Business 



United States Summary, by Kind of Business 153 

United States Summary, by States 154 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 156 



Vol. II - Page VI 



INDEX FCR DETAILED TABLES 4, 5, 6, 7, AND 8 























Table 




Table 




4 


5 


6 


7 


8* 


4 


5 


6 


7 


United States SummaiT', 












Minnesota 


23 


48 


102 


137 


by Kind of Business 


7 


32 


57 


125 


153 


Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 


23 
23 
23 


48 
48 
48 


103 
103 
104 


138 
138 
139 


United States Summary, 












Nebraska 


24 


49 


104 


139 


by States 


8 


33 


60 


124 


154 


Nevada 

New Hampshire 


24 
24 


49 
49 


105 
105 


139 
140 


Geographic Divisions 












New Jersey 


24 


49 


106 


140 


by Kind of Business 












New Mexico 
New York 


24 
25 


49 
50 


106 
107 


140 
141 


New England 


10 


35 


65 


125 


156 


North Carolina 


25 


50 


107 


141 


Middle Atlantic 


11 


35 


58 


126 


157 


North Dakota 


25 


50 


108 


141 


East North Central 


12 


37 


71 


125 


158 


Ohio 


25 


50 


108 


142 


West North Central 


13 


38 


74 


127 


159 


Oklahoma 


25 


50 


109 


142 


South Atlantic 


14 


39 


77 


127 


160 


Oregon 


26 


51 


109 


142 


East South Central 


15 


40 


80 


128 


161 


Pennsylvania 


25 


51 


110 


143 


West South Central 


16 


41 


83 


128 


162 


Rhode Island 


25 


51 


110 


143 


Mountain 


17 


.42 


85 


129 


163 


South Carolina 


25 


51 


111 


144 


Pacific 


18 


43 


89 


129 


164 


South Dakota 
Tennessee 


26 
27 


51 
52 


111 

112 


144 
144 


States, by Kind of 












Texas 


27 


52 


112 


144 


Business 












Utah 
Vermont 


27 
27 


52 
52 


113 
113 


145 
145 


Alabama 


19 


44 


92 


130 


~ 


Virginia 


.27 


52 


114 


145 


Arizona 


19 


44 


92 


130 


- 


Washington 


28 


53 


114 


146 


Arkansas 


19 


44 


93 


130 


- 


West Virginia 


28 


53 


115 


146 


California 


19 


44 


93 


131 


- 


Wisconsin 


28 


53 


115 


147 


Colorado 


19 


44 


94 


131 


- 


Wyoming 


28 


53 


115 


147 


Connecticut 


20 


45 


94 


131 














Delaware 


20 


45 


95 


132 


- 


Cities of 500,000 or 










District of 












More Inhabitants, by 










Columbia 


20 


45 


95 


132 


- 


Kind of Business 










Florida 


20 


45 


96 


132 


- 












Georgia 


20 


45 


95 


133 


- 


Baltimore 


29 


54 


117 


148 


Idaho 


21 


45 


97 


133 


- 


Boston 


29 


54 


117 


148 


Illinois 


21 


45 


97 


133 


- 


Buffalo 


29 


54 


118 


148 


Indiana 


21 


45 


98 


134 


- 


Chicago 


29 


54 


118 


149 


Iowa 


21 


45 


98 


134 


- 


Cleveland 


29 


54 


119 


149 


Kansas 


21 


45 


99 


135 


- 


Detroit 


30 


55 


119 


149 


Kentucky 


22 


47 


99 


135 


- 


Los Angeles 


30 


55 


120 


150 


Louisiana 


22 


47 


100 


135 


- 


Milwaukee 


30 


55 


120 


150 


Maine 


22 


47 


100 


135 


- 


New York 


30 


55 


121 


151 


Maryland 


22 


47 


101 


136 


- 


Philadelphia 


30 


55 


121 


151 


Massachusetts 


22 


47. 


101 


137 


- 


Pittsburgh 


31 


56 


122 


152 


Michigan 


23 


48 


102 


137 


- 


St. Louis 


31 


56 


122 


152 










1 


San Francisco 


31 


56 


123 


152 



*Table 8 shown only for United States Summary and Geographic Divisions. 



Vol. U - Kage Vll 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



SECTION I 



SCOPE, CLASSIFICATIONS AND DEFINITIONS 



Volume I of this series of reports contains certain basic data 
for the contracting branch of the construction industry. In the present 
volume information for total employees, wage earners at the site and 
their pay rolls and man-hours is summarized in considerable detail, for 
the primary purposes of showing (1) monthly changes in employment during 
the year, and (2) the distribution of employment by broad occupational 
groups. 

REPORT FORMS S UMMA R IZED IN THIS VOLUME 

All data summarized in this volume are from Form 60 of the 
field canvass. 

In Volume I, it was explained that three report forms were used 
for the collection of statistics from contracting establishments. One of 
these forms was used for a mail canvass and the other two for a field can- 
vass. Information for employment was not requested on the mail canvass 
form. Of the field canvass forms, the short form was used mainly by small 
establishments (the average amount of work performed per establishment in 
this group is $5,420). In many cases the small establishments had no em- 
ployees. For all establishments reporting on the short form, including 
those that reported employment as well as those that did not report employ- 
ment, there is an average of 1.28 employees per establishment for the year 
1935. 

LIMITATIONS OF THE CANVASS 

A mail canvass was made to supplement the one conducted in the 
field. To the report forms sent by mail, a 25% response was received. 
Among these were replies of many large establishments for which construc- 
tion schedules had not been received from the field canvass. From this 
it seems reasonable to assume that among the 75% of the establishments 
that did not respond to the mail canvass, were many that had not been 
covered by the field canvass. 

CLASSIFICATION BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

The information utilized in this study was secured by a nation- 
wide canvass of establishments representing nearly every kind of business 
activity - retail trade, wholesale trade, contractors engaged in construc- 
tion, etc. For ready reference, some of the more important parts of the 
procedure utilized in the classification of establishments by kind 



of business are repeated here. 

Each establishment was reported in the one field of business 
activity that was of greatest importance as measured by gross receipts. 
This was true with the exception of establishments engaged in both real 
estate and construction. For such establishments real estate and con- 
struction activities were reported and tabulated separately. Of other 
types of establishments commonly engaged in two or more kinds of bus- 
iness, those doing electrical, heating, plumbing and sheet metal work 
are probably the most important as far as construction is concerned. 
These are classed as construction only if receipts from this source are 
greater than those from retail trade, wholesale trade, service, or any 
other field covered by the Census of Business. 

Con tract ing_Establ ishments . - The principle of classifying an 
establishment in accordance with the major portion of gross receipts was 
followed in allocating reports of contracting establishments to specific 
kinds of business in this field. 



DEFIN ITION O F TERMS 

Certain terms in both the text and tables of this volume are 
to be interpreted in accordance with the following definitions: 

Establishments. - Establishments whose principal business is 
performing construction work for others, or that are places of business 
of operative builders, are classed as construction establishments. 

A construction establishment is a place in or from which are 
conducted the estimating, bidding, selling, and other central or branch 
office activities relating to construction. The report of the estab- 
lishment covers, in addition to the above, operations at the site of 
construction (including field or job offices maintained at the site) as 
well as those at yards operated by the establishment for the storage and 
repair of equipment. 

The establishment may be: 

1. An office of a contractor or operative builder. 
In some cases, the office activities are con- 
ducted from residences. 

2. A store or shop engaged in retail selling, service, 
or manufacturing work but whose 1935 gross receipts 
from construction exceeded those from retail trade, 
service, manufacturing, or other operations. 



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3. A real estate establishment that does construction 
work with its own forces. Included here are only 
the construction operations of such establishments. 

Gene ral_Con tractor . - This term designates an establishment 
whose major business consists of contracting with the owner (or his agent) 
for the entire work on a given construction project, being responsible 
for the execution of the whole, and usually doing some portion of the 
actual work with its own forces. 

General_Contractors_-_Building. - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted of the 
construction of buildings. 

General Contractors - HiRhway. - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted of high- 
way construction. Highway construction is all work regularly done by 
highway contractors, and includes roads, streets, alleys, sidewalks, guard 
rails and fences, parkways, parking areas, airports, bridle paths, ath- 
letic fields, highway bridges, grade separations involving highways, 
light construction sewerage and waterworks improvements. 

General_Contractors_-_HeavY . - This designates general con- 
tracting establishments most of whose work during 1935 consisted of heavy 
construction. Heavy construction is all work regularly done by heavy 
construction contractors, and includes such items as railroad construction 
projects; heavy construction bridges, sewers and watermains; tunnels; 
drainage projects; sanitation projects; flood control projects; water 
supply projects; dredging. 

Operat ive Builders. - An operative builder is the owner as 
well as the builder of construction projects. As far as the actual con- 
struction work is concerned, he performs the functions of a general con- 
tractor, that is: he has the responsibility of the entire project, usual- 
ly does some part of the work with his own forces and sublets the re- 
mainder. Speculative builders, owner-builders and development compa- 
nies are included with operative builders. 

S^ec ial_Trade_Contractors . - This term designates establish- 
ments engaged in specialized lines of work. Some of this work is per- 
formed under sub-contract for a general contractor, and some is done 
directly for the owner. 

The report form lists twenty-six kind-of-business classifica- 
tions for special trade contractors, including the classification for 
"other". An analysis of the reports received for air conditioning, ce- 
ment gun, and several other kinds of business showed that they were too 
few in number to publish as separate items. At this time it was also 
found desirable to show certain combined kinds of business as separate 
items. The result was that twenty-four kind-of-business groups were 



established for special trade contractors. These are shown in the United 
States Summary Table 1, Page 1. 

Work Performed. - This is the total value of construction per- 
formed during the year by the reporting establishments. Total work per- 
formed includes all of the construction activities of the establishment 
in connection with new and repair, and private and public work. It is in 
terms of contract or order prices; not actual cost. (The figure for work 
performed by operative builders represents the work actually completed 
and is expressed in terms of the value of the project.) Work performed 
covers, however, only the work actually done, including that for partial- 
ly completed jobs. 

In the case of establishments engaged in two or more fields of 
business, the figures for work performed apply only to the construction 
work; receipts from all other sources being excluded. 

Active_Proprietors_and Firm Members. - This class includes 
those devoting the major portion of their time to the business of the es- 
tablishment. Salaried corporate officers, and executives of corporations 
are not classed as proprietors. It should be noted that in the case of 
small establishments, proprietors may be engaged in productive work. 

iSEio^^ees. - Figures for employees represent the aggregate 
number, both full-time and part-time. Separate figures were not obtain- 
ed for full-time and part-time employees. These would be of little value 
because of the wide-spread practice of employing workers for specific 
construction projects. "Employees" includes salaried officers of corpo- 
rations, salaried office workers, wage earners who work at the site of 
construction, and all other paid employees, but does not include proprie- 
tors and firm members of unincorporated establishments. 

i!52ioy§§s_iaverage_for_the_YearJ_. - The average for the year 
was computed in the following manner. Each individual report shows the 
total number of employees working during the pay period ending nearest 
the fifteenth of each month, or the average number of employees for the 
year. These figures were added by kind-of-business groups to arrive at 
the number of man-months of employment. One-twelfth of this figure is 
shown as the average number of employees for the year. 

Administrative and Te chnical Employees . - This class includes 
construction engineers, superintendents, any foremen whose duties are 
primarily supervisory, and other responsible administrative and technical 
employees. 

All_Other Salaried Employees. - This class includes the field 
office force, salesmen, estimaters, draftsmen, and clerical workers. 

Wage Earners Employed at the Site of Construction. - This 
class includes skilled labor, helpers, apprentices and common labor. In- 
cluded here also are foremen and gang bosses, the greater part of whose 



Vol. II - Page XI 



work is similar to that of the men under their supervision. 

All_Other_Wa£e_Earners. - This class includes wage earners 
other than those at the site of construction. 

Pay_Roll. - This represents the total amount of salary, wage, 
bonus and commission payments to employees. Pay roll does not include 
proprietors' or partners' compensation. 

Man -H ours . - Figures for man-hours represent the total number 
of hours worked by all wage earners employed at the site of construction. 



SECTION II 



GENERAL ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYMENT 



INTRODUCTION 

The statistics compiled periodically by a number of agencies 
show that there are large fluctuations in the amount of construction, 
both from year to year, and for the months of a year. Because construc- 
tion is a far-flung industry with many ramifications, it must of necessi- 
ty be influenced by changes in general business conditions. In addition 
to this, other causes of fluctuations are to be found in such conditions 
as the influence of weather on certain construction operations, and the 
availability of labor for construction work at different seasons of the 
year. It is to be expected that marked changes in the amount of con- 
struction work are accompanied by similar changes in employment. Be- 
cause instability is not confined only to periods of business depression, 
but is a characteristic of construction operations, factual data for em- 
ployment are important. Furthermore, the condition of great instability 
of employm.ent gives rise to some of the major problems of the construc- 
tion industry. 

Information for employment by the contracting branch of the 
construction industry is both fragmentary and incomplete. The purpose 
of this volume is to fill in some of the gaps in the existing data for 
this subject. To this end, figures are shown in considerable detail by 
kind of contracting business, and by States and cities. The figures fall 
into two general groups. One shows employment by months, the other shows 
employment by occupational classes. 



Vol. II - Page ni 



Different Forms Used for Reporting . - Of the three report 
forms used In this study of construction by contracting establishments, 
employment Information is shown only by the two used for the field 
canvass. Reports on these forms were received from 69,838 establish- 
ments, and these have 409,137 as the average number of employees for 
the year. The suraaary below shows by report forms the number of estab- 
lishments reporting, the dollar value of work performed and the average 
number of employees for the year. 





Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Dollar value 

of work 

performed 


Employees 

(average for 

the year) 


Total for all forms 


75,047 


11,622,862,000 




Field canvass 


69,838 


1,457,710,000 


409,137 


Form 60 
Short form 

Fonn for mall canvass 


46,429 
23,409 

5,209 


1,330,835,000 
126,875,000 

165,152,000 


379,067 
30,070 

No data 



Information for employment as presented in the detailed tables 
of this volume is, for the reasons previously stated, based only on re- 
ports on field canvass Form 60. It is to be noted that certain estab- 
lishments reported the average number of employees for the year, but did ; 
not report other detailed information for employment. The result of this 
is that the detailed information for employment as summarized here is for 
but part of the total number of reporting establishments. Tables 1 and 2 
presenting data for all reporting establishments, and which appeared in 
detail in Volume I, are shown in summary form on Pages 1 to 4 of Vol\ane 
II for convenience in reference. 

Establishments Reporting Employment . - In the case of each es- 
tablishment reporting on Form 60 and which had employees, figures were 
shown for the year for total salary and wage payments, and for the aver- 
age number of employees. It should be noted that in addition to this 
information, there were inquiries for three detailed aspects of employ- 
ment as follows: 

1, Total number of employees for pay periods ending 
nearest the 15th of each month, 

2, Data for wage earners at the site of construction. 



3. Employment by occupational groups. 



Vol. II - Page nil 



Not every estebllshment reporting on Form 60 and having employees 
answered all of these employment inquiries. In some cases, none of the de- 
tailed inquiries were answered. In other cases, information was furnished 
only for one or two of the inquiries. This condition made it necessary to 
determine whether the detailed employment information should be summarized 
in total or just for the establishments that reported all of it. To have 
decided upon the latter course was not desirable because it would have made 
the infoncation for certain aspects of employment less complete. Instead, it 
was decided to summarize all of the information available for each of the de- 
tailed employment inquiries, and to show also for each group of establishmentE 
data for the dollar value of work performed, and the average number of total 
employees for the year, (The average nvimber of total employees for the year 
is not shown for establishments reporting data for wage earners at the site.) 
The figures for work performed and for the average number of total employees 
for the year afford a ready means for comparing the establishments reporting 
in any category with the entire number that reported, and for which figures 
are summarized in Table 1, Pages 1 and 2, Table A summarizes information by 
establishments grouped by the class of employment data reported. The figures 
in this table are United States totals for all kinds of business combined. 



TABLE A. - 


ESTABLISHMENTS GROUPED BY CLASS 
OF EMPLOYMENT DATA REPORTED 








Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Work performed 


Employees (average 
for the year) 




Amount 
(Add 000) 


Amount 
per es- 
tablish- 
ment 


total 

Form 

60 


Number 


Number 
per es- 
tablish- 
ment 


total 

Form 

60 


All establishments report- 
ing on Form 60 

Total employment by months 


46,429 


$1,330,835 


$28,663 


100.0 


379,067 


- 


100.0 


Establishments reporting 
Establishments not re- 
porting* 

Wage earners at the site 


31,543 
14,886 


1,149,561 
181,274 


36,444 
12,177 


86,4 
13,6 


329,421 
49,646 


10.44 
3.34 


86,9 
13,1 


Establishments reporting 
Establishments not re- 
porting* 

Employment by occupations 


15,470 
30,959 


733,105 
597,730 


47,388 
19,307 


55.1 
44.9 


N o 
N 


data 
data 




Establishments reporting 
Establishments not re- 
porting* 


25,923 
20,506 


1,054,291 
276,544 


40,670 
13,486 


79.2 
20.8 


302,667 
76,400 


11.68 
3.73 


79,8 

20,2 



* Including establishments having no employees. 



EMPLOYMENT BY MONTHS 

Tables 4, 5 and 6 starting on Page 1 present four sets of 
figures for employment by months, as follows: 

1. Total number of paid employees working during the pay 
period ending nearest the 15th of each month. 

2. Number of wage earners at the site of construction during 
the pay period ending nearest the l5th of each month. 

3. Amount of pay roll for all pay periods in each month of 
1935 for wage earners at the site of construction. 

4. Number of man-hours worked for all pay periods in each 
month of 1935 by wage earners employed at the site of 
construction. 

Each of these sets of figures is in detail by kind of business, 
and by States and Geographic Divisions. In the following pages general 
consideration is given such matters as, how employment varies as measured 
by each of the four series of figures, what differences there are in the 
monthly changes in employment by kind of business, and what differences 
there are in the monthly employment figures for different parts of the 
country. These points are covered in the following pages by way of ex- 
plaining the nature of the statistical data presented in this volume, 
and not for the purpose of making a thorough analysis of the data. 

Total Number of Employees by Months. - Figures for the total 
number of paid employees working during the pay period ending nearest 
the 15th of each month are shown in Table 4, Page 7. This information 
was reported by a total of 31,543 contracting establishments in the 
United States. 14,886 other contracting establishments reported on Con- 
struction Schedule, Form 60, but did not show total employment by months. 
The establishments not reporting total employment by months had 13.1% of 
the employees reported by all establishments (See Table A). 

From Table 4, it is seen that of the pay periods ending nearest 
the 15th of each month during 1935, the 31,543 establishments had the small- 
est number of employees for the pay period ending nearest February 15th, and 
the larger number for the pay period ending nearest August 15th. There 
were 224,158 employees for the former period, and 401,494 for the latter 
one. This represents an increase of 79% between the two periods. 

Method_of_Measuring; Fluctuations in Employment. - Table B and 
other tables appearing in the text of this volume present the figures 
for employment for each month of the year as percentages of the average 
for the year. This is done with the belief that the fluctuations in em- 
ployment can be more readily visualized from the percentages than from 
the original figures. If employment for a month is the same as the aver- 



Vol. II - Page XV 



age for the year, a figure of 100% is obtained for the month. The ex- 
tent to which the percentages differ from 100% measures the magnitude 
in variations in employment from the average for the year. In this con- 
nection, it should be noted that if there had been the same number of 
employees each month, a figure of 100% would have been obtained for each 
month. The percentages will be particularly useful for comparing 
fluctuations for one series of figures with those for another. 

For the purpose of comparing the relative magnitudes of the 
monthly fluctuations for two or more series of monthly figures, use is 
made of the mean deviation. This is computed by first expressing the 
figures for employment for each month of the year as percentages of the 
average for the year. The difference between each of these monthly 
figures and 100% is then secured. The figures for the differences for 
the twelve months are added without regard to their algebraical signs, 
and their total is divided by twelve giving the mean deviation. Stated 
in other words, it may be said that the mean deviation is the arithmetic 
mean of the deviations of the monthly percentages from 100%. 

The purpose of employing the mean deviation is that it is 
thereby possible to show by a single figure the average amount of the 
fluctuations for a series of figures. The magnitude of the value that 
is obtained for the mean deviation measures that of the average fluctu- 
ations of the series, the larger the mean deviation, the greater the 
fluctuations . 

Fluctuations in Total Number of Employees by Months. - A more 
detailed picture of the manner in which employment changed for the pay 
periods ending nearest the 15th of each month of the year 1935 is shown 
by the figures in Table B. This table shows, for the United States by 
kinds of business, the average number of employees for the year, and the 
number of employees for the pay period ending nearest the 15th of each 
month as percentages of the average number of employees for the year. 
The lowest and the highest percentage values for each kind of business 
are underlined. From the figures underlined it is seen that for most of 
the kinds of business, February was the lowest month of employment and 
October the highest month. 

From Table B it will be noted that fluctuations in employment 
were not the same for each kind of contracting business. They are con- 
siderably more pronounced for general contractors than for special trade 
contractors. In the case of establishments in the former group, employ- 
ment ranged from a low of 62.8% in February to a high of 126.8% in August. 
The amounts for special trade contractors ranged from 78.5% in February 
to 117.2% in October. The increase from the lowest amount to the highest 
one is 102% for the general contractors, and 49.3% for the special trade 
contractors. It is also to be noted that the figures for establishments 
of general contractors show larger month-to-month changes than do those 
for special trade contractors. This condition will be apparent from the 
two curves of Chart 1 . 



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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 



PERCENT 

130 



120 



110 



100 



CHART 1- NUMBER OF TOTAL EMPLOYEES THE 15th OF EACH MONTH 
AS PERCENTAGES OF AVERAGE NUMBER FOR THE YEAR 

( Figures are from Table B ) 



90 



80 



70 



60 



50 



10 




JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT- OCT. NOV. DEC. 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



Vol. II - Page XVIIl 



The operations of general contractors engaged in highway con- 
struction Work are perhaps influenced as much by the weather as are the 
operations of any of the kinds of business listed in Table B. It is to 
be noted also that the greatest variation in employment is shown by 
general contractors engaged in highway construction, with amounts rang- 
ing from 48.0% for January to 147.5% for July. In other words, there 
were about three times as many employees for July as there were for 
February. 

As previously noted, employment for special trade contractors 
shows less variation than that of general coritractors. In comparison 
with the operations of general contractors, those of special trade con- 
tractors are not only affected to a smaller extent by the weather but 
also include a relatively larger proportion of remodeling, repair and 
maintenance work. It is possible for the special trade contractors to 
occupy themselves with such work when there is little or no new con- 
struction and to secure in this way, more uniform employment throughout 
the year. Remodeling, repairs, and maintenance accounted for 13.9% of 
the total work of general contractors, and 50.7% of the work of special 
trade contractors (See Volume I, Page XXXVI). 

The mean deviations in the last column of Table B afford a 
ready means for comparing the relative magnitude of fluctuations in em- 
ployment by kind of business. It is to be remembered that the value of 
the mean deviation increases with the magnitude of the fluctuations. 
The largest fluctuations on the basis of these figures, as in the case 
of the percentage presented in an earlier paragraph, occur for general 
contractors engaged in highway construction. The mean deviations also 
show that the fluctuations for the special trade contractor group are 
less than those for general contractors. With further reference to the 
special trade contractors, however, it is seen that there are wide 
differences in the extent of the fluctuations in employment for the in- 
dividual kinds of business comprising this group. The largest fluctu- 
ations occurred for excavating and/or foundation, and the smallest ones 
for glass and glazing. The mean deviation for the former is 25.2 and 
for the latter 3.4, 

Total Number of Employees by Geographic Divisions. - In the 
preceding paragraphs it has been pointed out that employment varies by 
kind of business. It is to be expected that it also varies for differ- 
ent parts of the United States. That this is the case is evident from 
the figures of Table C showing the total number of employees for the pay 
period ending nearest the 15th of each month as percentages of the aver- 
age number of employees for the year. The figures are shown for two 
geographic divisions by four kind-of-business groups. The geographic 
divisions were selected so that one would be composed of northern States 
and the other of southern States. The former is the East North Central 
division including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. The 
latter is the West South Central Division including Arkansas, Louisiana, 
Oklahoma and Texas. 



lABLE C. 



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TOTAL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES FOR THE PAY PERIOD ENDING NEAREST THE 15th OF EACH 
MONTH AS PERCENTAGES OF THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES FOR THE YEAR 





General Contractors 


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Building 


Highway 


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North 

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South 

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East 

North 

Central 


West 
South 

Central 


East 

North 

Central 


West 

South 

Central 


East 

North 

Central 


West 

South 

Central 


January 


62.8 


59.8 


27.4 


69.4 


64.7 


75.0 


76.5 


83.5 


February 


64.8 


63.5 


27.5 


69.0 


62.3 


76.0 


74.8 


84.7 


March 


71.2 


70.4 


37.1 


85.1 


72.3 


84.0 


80.1 


92.1 


April 


86.7 


75.4 


62.4 


98.6 


84.7 


101.8 


91.8 


97.0 


May 


99.8 


82.7 


105.6 


101.8 


99.8 


93.1 


102.4 


98.1 


June 


104.4 


106.3 


148.7 


106.2 


106.6 


106.3 


108.1 


101.8 


July 


121.9 


132.0 


175.6 


128.1 


120.7 


88.6 


110.4 


106.8 


August 


126.9 


146.8 


161.6 


136.5 


121.8 


106.1 


114.0 


105.6 


September 


131.1 


122.2 


155.5 


117.6 


124.1 


115.0 


118.8 


107.3 


October 


122.7 


116.4 


143.9 


104.1 


125.7 


127.7 


119.9 


110.4 


November 


109.4 


110.4 


92.0 


91.8 


117.6 


118.3 


107.7 


108.5 


December 


98.3 


114.1 


61.7 


91.8 


99.7 


108.1 


95.5 


104.2 


Average number 
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18,785 


4,760 


13,729 


7,157 


11,941 


4,986 


22,882 


4,101 



From Table C a matter previously mentioned is apparent, namely: 
monthly employment changes are not the same for each kind of business. In 
the case of the East North Central division, for example, it is found that 
the number of employees for the pay i>eriod ending nearest January 15th, 
erpressed as a percentage of the average number of employees for the year 
is 62,8% for general contractors engaged in building, 27,4% for general 
contractors engaged in highway construction, 64,7% for general contractors 
engaged in heavy construction, and 76,5% for special trade contractors. 
It is also to be noted that the relative ntimber of employees in each 
kind -of -business group is not the same for each geographic division. Of 
the total establishments for all kinds of business, special trade con- 
tractors represent 34,0% for the East North Central division, and 19,5% 
for the West South Central division. Because of variations in employment 
by kind of business, and because of differences in the relative importance 
of the kinds of business by geographic divisions, the comparisons of employ- 
ment by geographic divisions are made by kind-of-business groups. 



For each of the four kind-of -business groups except general con- 
tractors engaged in building, monthly changes in employment fluctuate to a 
greater extent in the case of the East North Central division than in the 



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case of the West South Central division. Employment for the winter 
months is considerably lower for the East North Central division than 
for the West South Central division. For the other months of the year, 
employment is considerably higher for the East North Central division 
than for the West South Central division. 

The extent of the fluctuations in employment by kind-of -busi- 
ness groups for each of the nine geographic divisions is shown by the 
mean deviations in Table D. For each kind -of -business group, it is to 
be noted that, with but few exceptions, the fluctuations in employment 
for those geographic divisions composed mainly of northern States are 
greater than for those geographic divisions composed mainly of southern 
States. The main exceptions to this are the large mean deviations for 
general contractors engaged in building for the West South Central 
States and for general contractors engaged in heavy constmiction for 
the East South Central States, and the low mean deviation for general 
contractors engaged in heavy construction for the East North Central 
States. 

TABLE D. - FLUCTUATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS 



'Employees" represents average number for the year 
M. D. is the mean deviation 





General contractors 


Special 


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Highway 


Heavy- 


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M.D. 


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M.D. 


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United States 


87,344 


16.4 


74,980 


31.8 


57,571 


13.8 


109,526 


11.3 


New England 


7,827 


15.0 


4,572 


40.4 


1,854 


20.6 


9,928 


12.6 


Middle Atlantic 


21,394 


15.2 


7,920 


36.0 


9,994 


16.2 


35,127 


10.8 


East North Central 


18 , 785 


19.4 


13,729 


48.7 


11,941 


11.1 


22,882 


13.6 


West North Central 


7,543 


14.2 


13,630 


42.3 


8,924 


19.1 


9,460 


14.8 


South Atlantic 


13,116 


12.5 


9,099 


20.1 


4,782 


5.5 


11,622 


9.7 


East South Central 


3,431 


12.6 


5,506 


20.8 


1,468 


24.7 


3,750 


10.3 


West South Central 


4,760 


24.7 


7,157 


15.7 


4,986 


13.9 


4,101 


7.4 


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1,495 


28.0 


5,133 


19.0 


2,252 


33.9 


1,934 


14.2 


Pacific 


8,993 


13.8 


8,233 


21.1 


11,370 


11.6 


10,723 


9.0 



It is to be emphasized that all data contained in this volume 
for location are by the location of the reporting establishment and that 
this might differ from the location of the construction work done by the 
establishments. This might particularly affect the interpretation of em- 
ployment data by location, because the greater part of the employees of 
contracting establishments are wage earners at the site of construction. 



Vol. II - Page XXI 

Number of Wage Earners at the Site of Conatruction . - Of the 
total of 46,429 establishments that reported on Construction Schedule, 
Form 60, the number of wage earners at the site of construction during 
the pay period ending nearest the 15th of each month of the year, 1935, 
is s\immarized for 15,470 establishments. The smaller nunber of estab- 
lishments in this class is due, in part, to the fact that figures for 
the number of wage earners at the site were not utilized unless data 
were also shown by the establishment for pay rolls and man-hours: fig- 
ures that were in many cases not reported. Nevertheless, the 15,470 es- 
tablishments that reported monthly data for wage earners at the site per- 
formed work amounting to #733,105,000, or 55.15^ of the work performed by 
all establishments that reported on Construction Schedule, Form 60. 
Hence, data for wage earners at the site are available for about half of 
the construction work that was done by the total number of reporting es- 
tablishments. 

According to the information available for occupational groups 
relating to one week in October (See Page XXIX) wage earners at the site 
of construction represent 88^ of the number of the total employees of con- 
tracting establishments. Because wage earners at the site of construction 
are such a large part of the total niamber of anployees, the statements 
that have been made about the distribution of employment by months of the 
year by kind of business, and by location of contracting establishments, 
all in terms of the total number of employees, can be expected to be also 
true for the data for wage earners at the site. That the monthly distri- 
bution of total employees, and of wage earners at the site is about the 
same in terms of data for all kinds of contracting business combined for 
all reporting establishments in the United States is evident from the fig- 
ures in Table E. The figures for the total number of employees were re- 
ported by 31,543 establishments, and those for wage earners at the site 
by 15,470 establishments. 



TABLE E. 


- NUMBER 


OF TOTAL 


JJIPLOYEES, AND NUMBER OF WAGE 


EARNERS AT THE SITE ON 




THE 15th OF THE MONTH 


AS PERCENTAGES OF AVERAGE NUMBER 


FOR THE YEAR 




Total number of employees 


the 15th of 


Wage earners at the site 


the 15th 




the month 






of the month 








General Contractors 


Special 


General Contractors 


Special 








trade 
contractors 








trade 
contractors 




Building 


Highway 


Heavy 


Building 


Highway 


Heavy 


January 


69.7 


48.0 


73.9 


78.6 


66.4 


46.5 


76.3 


74.8 


February 


69.0 


48.4 


72.3 


78.5 


63.5 


46.1 


73.8 


74.5 


March 


76.5 


60.5 


83.6 


83.7 


73.5 


58.1 


86.6 


79.6 


April 


88.8 


86.0 


93.3 


93.3 


88.4 


85.5 


97.3 


90.8 


May 


101.5 


116.4 


102.2 


101.8 


101.9 


121.0 


106.9 


101.5 


June 


109.5 


134.9 


103.5 


105.8 


111.3 


141.0 


104.5 


106.1 


July 


118.6 


147.5 


107.8 


108.2 


120.6 


149.1 


109.0 


110.0 


August 


123.4 


140.5 


114.2 


112.0 


124.7 


143.5 


113.1 


115.0 


September 


120.1 


128.5 


119.4 


114.5 


121.6 


127.3 


114.8 


118.4 


October 


118.6 


123.3 


124.6 


117.2 


121.0 


122.6 


121.1 


120.7 


November 


106.8 


92.9 


111.1 


108.1 


108.6 


90.3 


107.0 


109.8 


December 


97.5 


73.1 


94.1 


98.3 


98.5 


69.0 


89.6 


98.8 


Mean deviation 


16.4 


31.8 


13.8 


11.3 


18.2 


34.1 


12.7 


13.6 


Average number 


















of employees 


















for the year 


87,344 


74,980 


57,571 


109,526 


49,689 


47,160 


37,908 


53,702 



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Pay Rolls and Man-Hours by Months. - Table 6 shows the total 
amount of pay roll, and the number of man-hours worked for all pay peri- 
ods in each month of 1935, for wage earners employed at the site of con- 
struction. These figures are for the same establishments that reported 
the number of wage earners working at the site of construction during the 
pay period ending nearest the 15th of each month of 1935. We therefore 
have, for the same reporting establishments, three sets of monthly figures 
for employment for wage earners at the site of construction as follows: 

1. Number of wage earners working during the pay period 
ending nearest the 15th of each month. 

2. Pay roll for all pay periods in the month. 

3. Man-hours worked during all pay periods in the month. 

Table F summarizes this information by months for the 15,470 contracting 
establishments in the United States that reported each of the three items. 

The changes in monthly employment as shown by one of these sets 
of figures cannot be compared with the changes as shown by another set 
without taking into account the differences in the make-up of the figures 
in each set. In the case of pay rolls and man-hours, the figures cover 
all pay periods in the month. Because there are not the same number of 
pay periods in each month, the figures for pay rolls and for man-hours 
reflect differences both in the number of pay periods as well as in the 
intensity of seasonal employment. It is to be recognized also that aver- 
age hourly earnings vary considerably by trades and for different parts 
of the country. Hence, the figures for the monthly distribution of em- 
ployment in terras of pay rolls show the combined effect of changes in 
employment and changes in proportions of persons employed with different 
hourly earnings. The fact that very nearly the same results for monthly 
variations in employment are shown by the pay roll and man-hour figures 
in Table F does not signify that the foregoing considerations are un- 
important. The figures in this table are for reporting establishments 
for all parts of the United States, and for all kinds of business com- 
bined. There is the possibility that in this broad comparison some 
factors offset others. If the comparison were made for a single State, 
or for one kind of business, certain of these factors might have a more 
pronounced effect. 

The figures for the number of wage earners are for the pay 
period ending nearest the 15th of each month. In the case of these fig- 
ures, one pay period is covered in each month. There is no assurance, how- 
ever, that the figures for a single pay period in the month adequately 
represent employment during the month because of the rapidity with which 
changes in employment are made in the case of contracting establishments. 
It is also to be noted that the figures for the number of employees do 
not account for the length of time worked by them. An employee who 
works for but part of the pay period is counted to the same extent as an 
employee who works throughout the entire pay period. 



Vol. II - Page XXIII 



Monthly employment as measured by the number of wage earners 
for the pay period ending nearest the 15th of each month shows several 
points of difference from the monthly figures for pay rolls and man- 
hours. Each of the three sets of figures are in definite agreement, 
however, in showing that the fluctuations in monthly employment are 
large, and in general agreement with respect to the relative amount of 
employment for each of the months of 1935, 



TABLE F. - WAGS EABNERS AT IKE SITE OF CONSTEUCTION 
REPORTED BY 15,470 ESTABLISHLiENTS 





Wage earners 
the 15tb of 

the month 


Pay roll for 

all pay periods 

in the month 


Man-hours for 

all pay periods 

in the month 




Number 


% of 
average 


Amoxmt 
(Add 000) 


% of 
average 


Number 
(Add 000) 


^ of 
average 


January 


123,993 


65.8 


10,132 


61.9 


14,097 


60.9 


February 


121,316 


64.4 


9,836 


60.1 


13,533 


58.4 


March 


139,453 


74.0 


12,030 


73.5 


16,733 


72.2 


April 


169,874 


90.1 


14,098 


86.1 


20,125 


86.9 


May 


202,726 


107.6 


17,843 


109.0 


25,290 


109.2 


June 


218,455 


115.9 


17,884 


109.2 


25,771 


lil.2 


July 


230,597 


122.4 


19,466 


118.9 


28,155 


121.5 


August 


254,232 


124.3 


21,345 


130.3 


30,423 


131.3 


September 


227,558 


120.7 


19,559 


119.4 


27,694 


119.5 


October 


228,694 


121.4 


21,559 


131.6 


30,498 


131.5 


November 


196,038 


104.0 


17,841 


109.0 


25,131 


108.5 


December 


168,521 


89.4 


14,904 


91.0 


20,567 


88.8 


Total 


2,261,507 


1200.0 


196,497 


1200.0 


278,017 


1200.0 


Average 


188,459 




16,375 




23,168 




Mean devi- 
ation 




19.4 




21.2 




22.1 



WAGE PARENTS 



Figures for the number of employees, pay rolls, and man-hours 
have been considered in connection with changes in employment for each 
of the months of 1935. At this point it may be asked to what extent 
these figures can be utilized for arriving at average annual or hourly 
wage payments. 



Average_Annual_Wa£e_Paymen t s . - The figures for the year for 
the average number of wage earners, and for pay rolls cannot be used for 
computing the average annual wage earnings of the individual workers. 
This is because the figures were secured on an establishment basis, and 
not in terms of the individual employees. It is usual for a construc- 
tion worker to be employed by several different contractors in the course 
of a year. Furthermore, many of the workers are not likely to have em- 
ployment in the industry for all of the working days in the year. As 
parts of a construction project are completed, men are separated from 
the pay roll and look for new employment. The result of these changes 
is that the figures reported by a contracting establishment are likely to 
include certain individuals for some periods of" the year, and other indi- 
viduals for other periods of the year. In view of this, dividing the 
total pay roll by the average number of persons employed would represent 
the average payment per job filled by the contracting establishments, and 
not the average annual earnings of individual employees. 

Average_Hour 1 Y_Wage_Paymen t s . - The figures for pay rolls and 
man-hours may be used for rough comparisons of average hourly wage pay- 
ments for States, and for kinds of business. It is to be emphasized, 
however, that such comparisons must be recognized as being subject to 
considerable modification. This is because the data presented in this 
volume are not in sufficiently great detail to account for at least three 
important factors that affect average hourly wage payments. These 
factors are as follows: 

(1) The figures shown here for wage earners at the site of 
construction include skilled laborers, helpers, apprentices, and common 
laborers. There is known to be considerable variation in the average hourly 
wage payments for each of these classes of workers, but separate figures 
are not presented here by classes. 

(2) Hourly rates of pay in the construction industry are es- 
tablished locally, as well as by trades and by classes of employees in 
a trade. The rates for one city might differ considerably from those 
for another, even though both cities are in the same State. Furthermore, 
the rates for the larger cities of a State are likely to be quite differ- 
ent from those of the smaller towns and cities which, in turn, are also 
likely to differ from those of the rural districts. The significance 

of these considerations is evident from the data summarized in Table G 
for certain cities, and for the State exclusive of the largest city in 
the State. The particular States used in this table were selected be- 
cause they contained a city that had 500,000 or more inhabitants, and 
had no other cities that were very large. The figures are shown for 
three kinds of business for which a fairly large number of reports were 
received. 

By referring to Table G it will be noted that of the cities 
of Los Angeles and San Francisco in the State of California, the latter 
city shows average hourly wage payments that are consistently higher 
than those shown by Los Angeles. It is also to be noted that for 



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Wisconsin a special tabulation is shown for average hourly wage payments 
for cities with 10,000 to 499,999 inhabitants, and for the remainder of 
the State exclusive of cities of 10,000 or more inhabitants. From this 
it is seen that, with the exception of painting, paperhanging and deco- 
rating, average earnings per hour are highest for the city of 500,000 
or more inhabitants, next highest for other cities of 10,000 or more 
inhabitants, and lowest for the remainder of the State. 

(3) All figures in this volume are shown according to the 
location of the reporting establishment. This might differ from the 
location of the construction project on which the employees are working. 
Because construction employees are paid the rates of the locality in 
which the work is performed, the data shown by the location of the re- 
porting establishment instead of for the location of the work could 
introduce errors in the interpretation of the figures for average hourly 
wage payments . 

The foregoing factors are to be kept in mind as likely to re- 
sult in some modification of the data presented by Table H for Average 
Hourly Earnings by Kind of Business, and Geographic Divisions, and by 
Chart 2 showing Average Hourly Earnings by States, by Kind-of-business 
Groups , 

From Table H it is also apparent that average hourly earnings 
show considerable differences both according to kind of business and the 
geographic location of the reporting establishment. The same general 
situation is also to be noted from the State figures presented in Chart 2. 
In reading the State figures from Chart 2, it is important to note that 
those for special trade contractors include many different kinds of 
business which, according to the figures of Table H, show considerable 
variation. Because certain factors are not accounted for in the pres- 
entation of figures for average hourly earnings by States, it is be- 
lieved that the figures are of limited usefulness as far as the absolute 
amounts are concerned, and that they can serve at best as only a rough 
measure for comparing one State with another. 

EMPLOYMENT_BY_OCCUPATIONAL_GROyPS 

Data for employment by occupational groups were secured for 
the one-week pay period ending nearest October 26, 1935. The information 
was requested for one week because it involved a special analysis of the 
pay roll . To have requested the figures for other pay periods would have 
imposed upon the reporting establishments more clerical work than many 
of them could have undertaken. Rather than encounter this condition it 
seemed preferable to secure the data for a "sample" week of fairly 
normal activity for the largest possible number of establishments. 

In order to have comparable figures for employment by occu- 
pations for each of the fields of business activity covered by the 
Census of Business (construction by contractors, retail trade, wholesale 
trade, and so on) the same one-week period was used for each field. 



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Vol. 11 - Page XXIX 



The week of October 26, 1935 was selected as being suitable for this 
purpose. 

Other employment data were secured for one-week pay periods 
ending nearest the 15th of each month. There would have been some ad- 
vantage in getting the employment by occupational groups also for the 
week ending nearest the 15th of the month. The obstacle to doing this 
was the fact that certain religious holidays affecting larger numbers 
of employees in some States than in others occurred during the pay period 
ending October 15, 1935. 

Establishments Reporting; Employment by Occupations. ~ From the 
figures summarized in Table A, Page XIII, it is seen that of the total 
number of establishments reporting on Construction Schedule, Form 60, 
the establishments reporting employment by occupational groups accounted 
for 79.2% of the work performed, and had 79.8% of the employment in 
terms of average number of employees for the year. Among the 20,506 
establishments not reporting employment by occupational groups are many 
that had no employees. This condition is indicated by the following 
figures per establishment for the average number of employees for the 
year: 

Establishments reporting employment by occupations 11.68 

Establishments not reporting employment by occupations 3.72 

Relative Importance of O ccu pational Gr oups. - By referring to 
Table 8 for the United States, Page 153, it will be seen that wage 
earners at the site of construction represent by far the largest number 
of employees for each kind of business. It must be remembered that pro- 
prietors and firm members are not included in the figures for employees. 
The number of proprietors and firm members, however, is shown in a 
separate column of Table 8, and does not materially affect the preponder- 
ance of wage earners at the site. For all kinds of business combined, 
there is a total of 353,965 employees. Of these, 310,957 or 88% are 
wage earners at the site of construction. The relative number of em- 
ployees in other occupational groups is summarized for certain classes 
of contracting establishments in Table J. 



Vol, II - Page XXX 



TABLE J. - NUMBER OF mHPlOYEES BY OCa^ATIONAL GROUPS FOR THE 
PAY PERIOD ENDING NEAREST OCTOBER 26, 1935. 





Total 


General contractors 


Special 


Occupational groups 


Total 


Building 


High- 
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trade 
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N\mber of establishments 
Total employees 


25,923 
353,965 


6,763 
237,023 


4,936 
95,800 


1,161 
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19,160 
116,942 


Salaried employees 


37,374 


18,868 


9,486 


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4,771 


18,506 


Corporation officers 
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All other salaried 

employees 

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9,664 

8,182 

19,528 
316,591 


4,317 

6,494 

8,057 
218,155 


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2,519 

4,449 
86,314 


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58,638 


5,347 

1,688 

11,471 
98,436 


Employed at the site 
of construction 

Other wage esirners 


310,957 
5,634 


215,458 
2,697 


85,549 
765 


72,350 
853 


57,559 
1,079 


95,499 
2,937 



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CENSUS OF 




CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 












BUSINESS 




UNITED STATES SUMMARY 












TABLE 1,- ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK 


PERFORMED 


, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 












FOR ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS 














Total ror 


all report- 


EstabI 


shments report 


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Establishments report- | 






ing establishments || 






ind pay roll 






ing work p« 


rformed only 




Geographic Divisions 
and States. 


Number of 
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ments 


Value of 

work 
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Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Value of 

work 
performed 


Active pro- 
prietors 
and firm 
members 


Em- 
ployees 
( Average 
lor 


Pay 
Roll 2/ 


Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Value of 

work 
performed 








(add 000) 




(add 000) 


year) 


add 000) 




(add 000) 




UNITED STATES TOTAL 


75,047 


tl, 622, 862 


69,838 


$1,457,710 


69,193 


409,137 


$470,275 


5,209 


$165,152 




NEW ENGLAND 

Connecticut 


6,S89 


115,901 


6,439 


105,275 


6,200 


28,991 


36,020 


450 


10,626 




1,582 


32,245 


1,570 


29,990 


1,480 


8,833 


10,463 


112 


2,255 




Ma 1 ne 


668 


6,424 


638 


5,029 


530 


1,898 


2,014 


30 


395 




Massachusetts 


3,39S 


60,774 


3,151 


54,122 


2,991 


13,904 


18,445 


232 


5,552 




New Hampshire 


443 


5,691 


428 


5,439 


452 


1,459 


1,672 


15 


252 




Rhode Island 


389 


8,473 


347 


7,821 


314 


2,299 


2,835 


42 


652 




Vermont 


314 


2,294 


295 


1,874 


323 


598 


591 


19 


420 




MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jeisey 


21,418 


416,302 


20,188 


379,315 


19,145 


91,501 


126,730 


1,230 


36,987 




4,131 


51,680 


3,944 


48,133 


3,767 


11,712 


15,314 


187 


3,547 




New York 


10,990 


266,088 


10,309 


241,074 


9,214 


55,957 


83,138 


681 


25,014 




Pennsylvania 


6,297 


98,534 


5,935 


90,108 


6,154 


23,932 


28,278 


362 


8,426 




EAST NORTHCENTRAL 

Illinois 


15,809 


339,774 


14,565 


299,067 


14,405 


81,417 


100,595 


1,244 


40,707 




3,883 


130,470 


3,557 


115,174 


3,395 


31,507 


41,341 


326 


15,296 




Indiana 


2,320 


31,773 


2,197 


27,860 


2,291 


7,512 


7,949 


123 


3,913 




Michigan 


2,294 


58,926 


2,105 


52,331 


2,115 


14,436 


18,584 


189 


6,595 




Ohio 


4,282 


77,879 


3,949 


68,735 


3,895 


17,662 


22,276 


333 


9,144 




Wisconsin 


3,030 


40,726 


2,757 


34,967 


E,709 


10,200 


10,445 


273 


5,759 




WEST NORTH-CENTRAL 

Iowa 


8.940 


182,364 


8,298 


165.072 


8,533 


52,070 


49,384 


642 


17,292 




1,916 


28,993 


1,701 


24,219 


1,817 


6,616 


6,455 


215 


4,774 




Kancas 


1,054 


l;-,314 


991 


10,381 


1,066 


3,248 


2,706 


63 


1,933 




Mi nnesota 


2,083 


47,650 


1,951 


45,119 


2,101 


16,372 


13,719 


132 


2,541 




Missouri 


2,412 


66,509 


2,267 


51,392 


2,184 


18,239 


19,501 


145 


5,117 




Nebraslia 


972 


18,659 


912 


16,386 


950 


5,303 


4,915 


60 


2,273 




North Dakota 


232 


3,585 


215 


3,217 


235 


1,082 


873 


17 


358 




South Dakota 


271 


4,644 


261 


4,358 


270 


1,210 


1,115 


10 


286 




SOUTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 


6,759 


177,455 


6,376 


159,527 


6,198 


50,591 


50,033 


383 


17,928 




229 


4,597 


222 


4,548 


201 


1,455 


1,640 


7 


49 




District of Col umbia 


414 


28,127 


376 


25,787 


271 


6,459 


8,684 


38 


2,340 




Florida 


943 


28,953 


874 


26,905 


782 


8,886 


8,517 


69 


2,048 




Georgia 


896 


24,774 


858 


21,960 


828 


7,581 


6,578 


38 


2,814 




Matyland 


1,166 


22,630 


1,080 


19,831 


1,075 


5,776 


5,137 


86 


2,849 




Nor ih Carol i na 


549 


25,319 


801 


20,840 


818 


7,036 


6,189 


48 


4,479 




South Carol ina 


379 


10,534 


364 


10,124 


353 


3,736 


3,205 


15 


410 




Virginia 


1,234 


22,883 


1,183 


20,957 


1,223 


6,125 


6,225 


51 


1,925 




West Virginia 


649 


9,588 


618 


8,575 


647 


3,437 


2,858 


31 


1,013 




EAST SOUTH-CENTRAL 

Alabama 


3,068 


53,843 


2,937 


47,621 


3,107 


17,565 


13,715 


131 


5,222 




448 


12,049 


398 


8,435 


415 


3,217 


2,503 


50 


3,613 




Kentucky 


1,427 


16,953 


1,392 


15,391 


1,480 


5,367 


4,443 


35 


1,562 




Mississippi 


364 


2,836 


353 


2,645 


381 


1,112 


730 


11 


191 




Tennessee 


829 


22,005 


794 


21,149 


831 


7,969 


6,039 


35 


856 




WEST SOUTH-CENTRAL 

Arkansas 


3,275 


83,843 


3,050 


76,576 


3,105 


27,440 


22,287 


225 


7,267 




326 


5,059 


308 


4,750 


330 


2,301 


1,292 


18 


309 




Louisiana 


537 


17,086 


503 


15,695 


478 


4,724 


4,320 


34 


1,390 




Oklahoma 


608 


14,489 


567 


12,496 


575 


3,684 


3,252 


41 


1,993 




Texas 


1,804 


47,209 


1,672 


43,634 


1,722 


16,731 


13,413 


132 


3,575 




MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 


2,243 


54,971 


2,062 


45,101 


2,192 


13,846 


14,532 


191 


9.870 




204 


5,373 


188 


4,327 


197 


1,443 


1,502 


16 


1,046 




Colorado 


564 


13,713 


503 


9,382 


512 


2,763 


3,059 


61 


4,331 




Idaho 


E96 


B.B91 


271 


8,208 


308 


2,815 


3,072 


25 


683 




Montana 


£87 


7,657 


249 


6,578 


260 


2,001 


2,006 


38 


1,079 




Nevada 


61 


2,106 


54 


2,048 


5S 


600 


758 


7 


58 




New Mexico 


114 


3,660 


97 


3,050 


110 


717 


778 


17 


510 




Utah 


430 


10,391 


408 


8,425 


447 


2,634 


2,484 


22 


1,965 




Wyomi ng 


267 


3,180 


282 


3,083 


305 


873 


873 


5 


97 




PACIFIC 

Cal liornia 


6,646 


198,409 


5,933 


180,156 


6,208 


45,516 


56.979 


713 


18.253 




4,932 


138,291 


4,400 


125,450 


4,549 


32,366 


39,885 


632 


11,841 




Oregon 


654 


24,239 


595 


20,404 


525 


5,542 


6,852 


59 


3,835 




Washington 


1,060 


35,879 


938 


33,302 


933 


7,608 


10,241 


122 


2,577 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: 1935 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, WORK PERFORMED. PERSONNEL, PAY ROLL, AND COST 

OF MATERIAL, FOR ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS' 



Geographic Divisions 
and States. 



UNITED STATES TOTAL 



NEW ENGLAND 

Connecticut 
Mai ne 

Massachusetts 
N5W Hampstiire 
Rliode Island 
VetmonI 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
New York 
Pennsvl vani a 

EAST NORTHCENTRAL 

II 1 1 nois 

Indiana 
Mictiigan 
Ohio 
Wisconsin 

WEST NORTH-CENTRAL 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Ml nnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Not Ih Dakota 

South Dakota 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 

Distiict ot Col umbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carol i na 

South Carol i na 

Virgi nia 

West Virginia 

EAST SOUTH-CENTRAL 

Alabama 
Kentucky 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SOUTHCENTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 

MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 
Colorado 
Idaho 
Montana 
Nevada 
New Mexico 
Utah 
Wyomi ng 

PACIFIC 

Cal i for nia 

Oregon 

Washington 



Number ol 
establish - 



.ncludci 
Ope,..i 



mly report* on Fonn 
Buildeii.^ Include 



46,429 



4,350 



981 
536 
2,284 
£18 
190 
141 

13.055 



2,712 
6,462 
3,879 

9,843 



2,391 
1,402 
1,255 
2,649 
2,146 

5,157 



881 
498 
1,492 
1,530 
495 
104 
157 

4,154 



150 
305 
670 
533 
710 
499 
276 
673 
338 

2.045 



267 
934 
262 
582 

1,953 



214 

254 

351 

1,134 

1.478 



Value ol 
work 

( add 000 ; 



121 
367 
163 
160 



322 
236 



3,319 
446 
631 



60. Addiliona) fcporlt 



jl, 330, 835 



92,104 



26,320 
5,553 

48,279 
4,237 
6,386 
1,327 

336,697 



43,309 
215,569 
77,819 

274,832 



107,957 
24,966 
47,638 
62,137 
32,134 

152,660 



21,752 
9,056 
41,938 
58,365 
15,056 
2,617 
3,876 

147,586 



4,328 
24,746 
25,761 
20,711 
17,703 
18,924 

9,774 
18,114 

7,525 

44,367 



7,830 
13,903 

2,447 
20,187 

71,479 



4,417 
14,315 
11,476 
41,271 

41,667 



3,560 
8,704 
7,742 
5,951 
1,901 
2,857 
8,115 
2,837 

169,445 



118,144 
19,518 
31,781 



Active pre 
pnetors 
and (irm 



4,044 



871 
526 
2,093 
229 
162 
163 



2,524 

5,291 
3,969 

9,351 



,170 
1,439 
1,175 
2,492 
2,075 

5,280 



932 
537 
1,597 
1,419 
518 
118 
159 

3,845 



ployees 



25,853 



8,025 
1,783 
12,516 

1.215 

1,867 

447 

82,455 



10,766 
50,768 
20,921 

75,352 



29,590 

6,901 

13,225 

16,167 

9,469 

49,167 



123 
202 
579 
492 
680 
493 
258 
663 
355 



272 
992 
283 
591 

1,935 



230 

215 

343 

1,147 

1.591 



127 
371 
191 
169 
41 
81 
358 
253 

4,563 



3,481 
471 
611 



6,058 

2,977 
15,658 
17,430 

4,981 
946 

1,117 

47,199 



Pay 
Roll 2/ 



J436.802 



32,319 



9,546 
1,897 
16,731 
1,415 
2,294 
436 



Cost of 
material 

install.-d 

1 add (KHI > 
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Percent of 
total work 
perlonned 



Pay 

Roll 



10,439 


36.3 


2,274 


34.2 


20,309 


34.7 


1,062 


33.4 


2,7P4 


35. S 


546 


32.9 



140,299 ! 34. 



43.7 
41.1 



14.224 
76,391 
25,022 1 

93,820 



39,10r. 

7,252 
17,251 
20,475 

9,740 j; 

46,253 'j 



18,209 i 32.8 I 42.0 

68,840 j 35.4 41.2 

33,250 j 32.2 42.7 

112,300 34.1 



43,315 
11,677 
18.962 
24,56.5 
13,763 

63,865 



5,977 

2,499 
12,668 
lfi,739 

4,612 
739 

1,019 

46,909 



1,395 i 
6,197 
8,518 j 
7,278 j 
5,227 I 
6,446 { 
3,593 
5,376 
3,169 

16,612 



3,006 
4,921 
1,043 
7,642 

25,998 



2,203 
4,290 
3,432 
16,073 

13,117 



1,287 

2,615 

2,709 

1,871 

583 

678 

2,554 

820 

45,314 



30,711 
5,369 
7,234 



1,598 
8,339 
8,180 
6,244 
5,594 
5,707 
3,101 
5,539 
2,607 

12,886 



2,350 

4,052 

688 

5,79b 

20,987 



1.219 
3,955 
2,990 
12,823 

13,702 



1,321 

2,894 

2,946 

1,853 

728 

729 

2,422 

809 

54,289 



37,786 
6,636 
9,867 



1. X- Withheld 



10.049 
3.992 

16,376 
24,194 
6,461 
1,084 
1,709 

67,556 



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36.2 
33.0 
30.3 

30.3 



39.8 
39.5 
42.9 



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42.9 
41.4 
44.1 



1,716 
11,151 
11,872 
8,954 
8,135 
9,255 
4,733 
8,983 
2,757 

20,056 



36.9! 39.6 

33.7 j 45.1 

31.8 1 46.1 
30.11 43.2 
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30.2 
31.7 j 
30.6 
34.6 



3,747 
5,606 
1,133 
9,568 

29,774 



1,985 

6,071 

4,642 

17,076 

15,655 



1,615 
3,058 
2,1SS 
2,292 
609 
1,279 
3,469 
1.145 



50,098 

7.307 

14,207 



27.6 
26.1 



32.9 



37.1 
33.2 
38.1 
31.1 
38.3 
25.5 
29.8 
28.5 

32.0 



32.0 
34.0 
31.0 



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EXPLANATION OF TABLES 



In the following pages, data for personnel and pay-roll 
are summarized in five sets of tables as follows: 

Table 4 shows the total number of employees that worked during the 
pay period ending nearest the 15th of each month, the num- 
ber of establishments reporting employment in this way and 
the value of work performed by such establishments. The 
figures are by kind-of-business groups. 

Table 5 shows the number of wage earners at the site of construction 
that worked during the pay period ending nearest the 15th of 
each month and the number of establishments reporting this 
information. The figures are by kind-of-business groups. 

Table 6 is for wage earners employed at the site of construction and 
shows, for each month of the year, the total pay roll and 
number of man-hours. This table also contains figures for 
the average number of wage earners at the site during the 
year and for the value of work performed. The figures are 
shown by kind-of-business groups. 

Table 7 contains information similar to that of Table 6, but shows 

all figures for the year and not by months. Another differ- 
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kinds-of-business . 

Table 8 shows personnel and pay-roll by occupational groups for the 
week ending October 26, 1935. This table also contains fig- 
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and pay-roll. The figures are shown by kinds-of-business. 

In the case of each set, (except Table 8 which is for the United 
States and geographic divisions only) the tables appear in the follow- 
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United States Summary, by Kind of Business 

United States Summary, by States 

Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business 

States, by Kind of Business 

Cities of 500,000 or More Inhabitants, 
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