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NAICS 2359
Other special trade contractors
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These data are from the 1997 and 2002 Economic Censuses.
For more recent data, see the current Industry Statistics Sampler.

 

2002 Economic Census Industry Series Reports

2002 NAICS Report title Report number Release
date (PDF)
Full report Tables only
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PDF
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in kb
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PDF
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236220 Commercial and Institutional Building Construction EC02-23I-236220 12/30/2004 link to full pdf 442 link to tables-only pdf 228
237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction EC02-23I-237990 01/07/2005 link to full pdf 441 link to tables-only pdf 227
238120 Structural Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors EC02-23I-238120 12/29/2004 link to full pdf 439 link to tables-only pdf 225
238150 Glass and Glazing Contractors EC02-23I-238150 12/30/2004 link to full pdf 437 link to tables-only pdf 223
238190 Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors EC02-23I-238190 01/06/2005 link to full pdf 441 link to tables-only pdf 227
238220 Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors EC02-23I-238220 12/30/2004 link to full pdf 446 link to tables-only pdf 232
238290 Other Building Equipment Contractors EC02-23I-238290 01/07/2005 link to full pdf 439 link to tables-only pdf 225
238390 Other Building Finishing Contractors EC02-23I-238390 01/06/2005 link to full pdf 438 link to tables-only pdf 224
238910 Site Preparation Contractors EC02-23I-238910 12/29/2004 link to full pdf 448 link to tables-only pdf 233
238990 All Other Specialty Trade Contractors EC02-23I-238990 01/06/2005 link to full pdf 448 link to tables-only pdf 234

NAICS Hierarchy: 1997

Introductory text includes scope and methodology. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
Indus-
try
Detail
NAICS
code
NAICS Title
(and link to definition)
Estab-
lish-
ments
Value of business done
($1,000)
Annual
payroll
($1,000)
Paid
employees
Go to industry detail 23 Construction 656,448 858,581,056 174,184,608 5,664,853
Go to industry detail 235 Special trade contractors 414,602 340,860,576 101,346,648 3,441,500
  2359 Other special trade contractors 59,143 55,990,852 15,698,852 516,824
Go to industry detail 23591 Structural steel erection contractors 4,238 8,152,672 2,387,071 72,301
Go to industry detail 23592 Glass & glazing contractors 4,714 4,045,539 1,051,551 35,823
Go to industry detail 23593 Excavation contractors 18,229 14,193,576 3,353,874 116,237
Go to industry detail 23594 Wrecking & demolition contractors 1,542 2,304,008 592,176 18,820
Go to industry detail 23595 Building equip & other machinery installation contractors 4,489 9,342,927 3,148,030 75,501
Go to industry detail 23599 All other special trade contractors 25,932 17,952,130 5,166,152 198,141

Table includes only establishments with payroll.

 

NAICS 2359: Other Special Trade Contractors .   This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in specialized construction activities (except plumbing, painting, electrical, masonry, drywall, insulation, tile, carpentry, flooring work, roofing, siding, sheet metal, concrete, and water well drilling).

 

Geographic Distribution -- Other special trade contractors: 1997

Data for the Construction sector are published for the U.S.and states.

For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.
Other
Indus-
tries
State Estab-
lish-
ments
Value of business done
($1,000)
Value of business done
% of
U.S.
Annual
payroll
($1,000)
Paid
employees
Go to industry detail United States 59,143 55,990,852 100.00 15,698,852 516,824
Go to industry detail California 5,679 6,732,869 12.02 1,889,701 56,837
Go to industry detail Texas 3,806 4,001,344 7.15 1,122,421 41,533
Go to industry detail Florida 3,436 3,380,949 6.04 803,697 29,797
Go to industry detail New York 3,249 3,287,629 5.87 956,537 27,490
Go to industry detail Illinois 2,426 2,646,019 4.73 830,785 21,776
Go to industry detail Michigan 2,243 2,404,858 4.30 640,773 18,601
Go to industry detail Pennsylvania 2,521 2,363,115 4.22 666,257 22,033
Go to industry detail Ohio 2,284 2,335,875 4.17 645,794 20,655
Go to industry detail New Jersey 1,989 1,915,269 3.42 575,828 16,578
Go to industry detail Georgia 1,831 1,795,594 3.21 470,727 17,067
Go to industry detail Massachusetts 1,540 1,489,444 2.66 422,066 12,370
Go to industry detail Virginia 1,479 1,321,983 2.36 372,390 13,788
Go to industry detail Indiana 1,337 1,277,672 2.28 370,284 12,510
Go to industry detail North Carolina 2,006 1,275,026 2.28 355,125 14,467
Go to industry detail Washington 1,586 1,116,959 1.99 330,213 10,508
Go to industry detail Arizona 1,176 1,098,487 1.96 294,680 10,691
Go to industry detail Colorado 1,350 1,096,428 1.96 311,429 10,947
Go to industry detail Wisconsin 1,184 1,054,491 1.88 315,526 9,344
Go to industry detail Minnesota 1,124 1,037,843 1.85 296,391 9,046
Go to industry detail Nevada 554 917,270 1.64 249,983 7,133
Go to industry detail Louisiana 767 880,638 1.57 288,100 10,627
Go to industry detail Connecticut 965 862,618 1.54 257,519 7,054
Go to industry detail Oregon 944 778,813 1.39 212,288 6,963
Go to industry detail Kentucky 720 624,246 1.11 157,371 5,885
Go to industry detail Alabama 810 618,575 1.10 181,701 6,958
Go to industry detail Iowa 598 474,574 0.85 125,462 4,631
Go to industry detail Kansas 456 417,203 0.75 125,560 4,350
Go to industry detail Arkansas 525 314,854 0.56 83,542 3,559
Go to industry detail New Mexico 343 256,129 0.46 61,366 2,667
All other states, including those below 10,215 6,590,566 11.77 2,285,336 80,959
Go to industry detail     Maryland 1,168 D   412,018 13,252
Go to industry detail     Missouri 1,247 D   362,858 12,071
Go to industry detail     Tennessee 1,114 D   307,980 10,867
Go to industry detail     District of Columbia 18 D   D (1000-2499)
Go to industry detail     South Dakota 174 D   20,663 (1000-2499)
Go to industry detail     Vermont 291 D   32,789 (1000-2499)
Go to industry detail     South Carolina 884 D   165,707 6,877
Go to industry detail     Utah 680 D   138,127 5,058
Go to industry detail     Oklahoma 623 D   99,701 4,085
Go to industry detail     Mississippi 394 D   78,753 3,251
Go to industry detail     Maine 525 D   86,796 3,235
Go to industry detail     Nebraska 406 D   85,650 2,997
Go to industry detail     New Hampshire 460 D   72,300 2,631
Go to industry detail     West Virginia 378 D   53,900 2,158
Go to industry detail     Idaho 441 D   44,196 2,003
Go to industry detail     Hawaii 188 D   75,307 1,976
Go to industry detail     Rhode Island 210 D   64,071 1,860
Go to industry detail     Delaware 213 D   51,931 1,672
Go to industry detail     North Dakota 157 D   D 1,317
Go to industry detail     Montana 265 D   D 1,082
Go to industry detail     Alaska 189 D   41,713 1,044
Go to industry detail     Wyoming 193 D   17,282 820

D = Withheld to avoid disclosure; N = Not available


 

Other Data from the 1997 Economic Census

Hypertext
tables
Link
to pdf
Series number Title Contents
  link to PDF EC97C- Industry Series Preliminary data including detailed characteristics, establishment size, and product detail
  link to PDF EC97C23S-IS Industry Summary Detailed statistics, type of construction, and kind of business activity for 2-, and 3-digit NAICS for the U.S.; data on size of establishment in terms of employment and value of business done.
  link to PDF EC97C23S-AS Geographic Area Summary Detailed statistics, type of construction, and kind of business activity for the U.S. and four geographic regions; national data on size of establishment in terms of employment and value of business done.
Link to Bridge tables  EC97X-CS3 Bridge Between NAICS and SIC (national only) Defines comparability of individual industries.
Link to Comparative Statistics  EC97X-CS2 Comparative Statistics (U.S. and states) 1997 and 1992 data side by side on a comparable SIC basis
Link to Nonemployer Statistics  EC97X-CS4 Nonemployer Statistics (U.S., states, counties, metros) Nonemployers account for 74 % of establishments and 9.0 % of receipts in this sector, but are excluded from the reports above.

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Data from the Other Census Bureau Programs

Hypertext Tables Title (with link to data) Frequency Smallest Geography Contents
  County Business Patterns Annual County, metro area, ZIP Employees; payroll; number of establishments by employment size of establishment
Link to hypertext     
table Nonemployer Statistics Annual State, metro area, county Number of establishments and sales of firms with no paid employees
Link to hypertext table Statistics of U.S. Businesses Annual State, metro area Number of firms, employees, payroll, and revenue by employment-size of the enterprise

 

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Source: 1997 Economic Census

Last revised: July 13 2011   Questions?