New Release of 2013 DoD National Construction Forecast

New Release of 2013 DoD National Construction Forecast

Frisco, TX April 5, 2012 – FedGenius has released its newest product, “2013 Department of Defense (DoD) National Construction Forecast.” The product is now available at

 The 2013 DoD National Construction Forecast is one of the latest additions to the FedGenius product line. The report allows professionals in the Construction, Architectural Design industry to learn more information about Federal opportunities with the following agencies: U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserves, National Guard; U.S. Army, Army Reserves, National Guard Bureau; U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and Navy-Marine Corps Reserve.

 The new “2013 DoD National Construction Forecast” covers 223 construction and design-build projects throughout the United States valuing over $20 billion dollars. The forecast’s new format specifies projects in detail, providing project title and scope of work; project total value and specific line item estimates for general construction, specialty trades, labor, design and contingency; project contracting agency and anticipated acquisition strategy as well as project key dates for construction award and completion.

 “FedGenius’ 2013 DoD National Construction Forecast is a truly invaluable and critical report for any Contractor and Subcontractor looking to be successful in the Federal market and get ahead of the competition.” said Matthew Kennedy, Director of Business Development.

 FedGenius has spent the last five years helping companies in the general and heavy civil construction, architecture-engineering and specialty trade contractors prepare technical proposals in an effort to win more Federal business. Consistently leading their clients to 35% more federal work, the firm is dedicated to innovating new tools and methods to help businesses thrive in the Federal market.

 For more information on these products or how FedGenius can help you in your effort to win Federal work please contact Jaynee Alvarez, FedGenius Communications Specialist, at (214) 436-4051x 113 or email

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