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8755.0 - Construction Work Done, Australia, Preliminary, Dec 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/02/2008   
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CONSTRUCTION WORK DONE CHAIN VOLUME MEASURES


TREND PERCENTAGE CHANGE


TOTAL CONSTRUCTION

Graph: Construction work done, chain volume measures, trend percentage change, total construction


The trend estimate for total construction work done has increased for the past 13 quarters driven by consistent growth in the Engineering sector.



ENGINEERING

Graph: Construction work done, chain volume measures, trend percentage change, Engineering


The trend estimate for engineering construction work done has increased for the past 27 quarters.



BUILDING

Graph: Construction work done, chain volume measures, trend percentage change, total building


The trend estimate for total building work done is now showing falls for the last three quarters after rising for the previous four quarters.



RESIDENTIAL

Graph: Construction work done, chain volume measures, trend percentage change, Residential building


The trend estimate for residential building work done has fallen for the last three quarters after rising for the previous four quarters.



NON-RESIDENTIAL

Graph: Construction work done, chain volume measures, trend percentage change, Non-residential building


The trend estimate for non-residential work done is now showing falls for the last two quarters after rising for the previous 11 quarters.

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