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Construction Business Ideas for 2019 – Infographic

Jan 30, 2019

For many individuals construction is a general term to cover all building projects. For entrepreneurs looking to build or expanded their own construction business, identifying opportunities can often be as simple as viewing a list of relevant projects your business may not currently undertake. Expanding your business from your current core expertise allows you and your business to diversify offerings, expand your client base, and potentially identify even new areas of growth. The infographic below identifies several construction related business opportunities to consider in 2019 and beyond.

Construction Business Ideas for 2019
Construction Business Ideas for 2019
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Construction Business Ideas for 2019

Manage projects of private individuals, other construction companies, and the government.

Become a Construction Broker and recommend workers for projects to earn a commission.

Sell materials like blocks, gravel, nails, tiles, wood, ceramics, etc. You can also import and export materials.

Expand road construction by working with the government on construction of roads and bridges in your county.

Utility line construction can help install communication masts, telephone lines, as well as electricity poles.

Provide roofing services for old roofs that need to be replaced. It happens often, and it is a lucrative field of construction.

Electricity and lighting specialists only require a few months of training to start earning from electrical fittings and troubleshooting.

Interior and exterior painting is one of the most demanded hobs. Expand into paint manufacturing as well to save costs.

Landscaping services are on the rise and your construction business can help the development of landscaping sites.

Construction site cleaning is generally outsourced. Do the cleaning for your business as well as for other companies and individuals.


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