SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 05/17/11 -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- During the recession, grassroot project activity in the United States slowed, as the weak economy and a focus on cost reductions dissuaded most companies from these types of investments. However, now that the economy is in full-blown recovery mode, investment in grassroot projects has increased once again. As overall spending improves, grassroot project activity continues to improve with it. Looking ahead at proposed grassroot project activity in the third quarter of this year, Industrial Info Resources is tracking close to 280 grassroot projects worth an estimated $40.1 billion that are scheduled to begin construction during the quarter in the U.S.
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