StockCall Insight into Chicago Bridge & Iron and EMCOR: Revival of Non-Residential Construction

      StockCall Insight into Chicago Bridge & Iron and EMCOR: Revival of
                         Non-Residential Construction

  PR Newswire

  LONDON, February 19, 2013

LONDON, February 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

With economic revival non-residential construction is seeing stabilization.
The spending in this sector has been consistently increasing since 2012 with a
surge in construction related to manufacturing, power plants, commercial
construction and health-care related construction. The latest news making
headlines with the sector is the acquisition of the Shaw Group by Chicago
Bridge & Iron Company N.V. (NYSE: CBI). CB&I is expanding and complementing
its business in construction for the energy industry. On the other hand, EMCOR
Group Inc. (NYSE: EME), another Fortune 500 company, is due to announce its 4
^th quarter and annual report for financial year 2012 on 26 ^th February 2013.
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CB&I acquires Shaw group

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company completed its acquisition of the Shaw group on
13 ^th February 2013. CB&I provide EPC solution in energy sector with focus on
upstream oil and gas upstream oil and gas LNG and power markets. It also
serves clients in water, wastewater, metal and mining industries. Acquisition
of the Shaw group will expand its engineering and construction portfolio with
focus on energy sector and government service sector. The acquisition would
have been with the aim of adding the two government nuclear power plants that
Shaw group was executing in CB&I power portfolio. The deal sends some mixed
signals to investors as CB&I had outlined in its 2013 guidance, announced last
year, that shale revolution would be the main causes for the improvement of
top- and bottom-lines, and the acquisition of Shaw group is more focused
towards nuclear energy. Download the free research on Chicago Bridge & Iron
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Since the announcement of the deal to acquire Shaw group, CB&I's share prices
has reached a 52-week high of $53.44. The company is trading on a positive,
but the synergies of this deal are yet to be seen so there should be a
cautious note for buying this stock.

EMCOR to report its Annual Report

EMCOR is an electrical and mechanical construction and facilities services
firm operating in the U.S., the U.K. and globally. It is set to report its
annual report for full year 2012 on 26 ^th February 2013. The company, in its
3 ^rd quarter report, had outlined challenging operating environment with
backlog of $3.38 billion but the balance sheet remained strong and liquid
including $ 474.4 million cash. 3 ^rd quarter consolidated revenues were at
$1.16 billion. The year-on-year growth in revenues was driven by growth in all
its segments. The operating margins increased due to cost-control measures.
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The company announced dividend of 6 cents a share, a 20% increase, in December
2012. An outlook of good annual report is expected keeping in-line with its 3
^rd quarter report. EMCOR is currently trading in the range of $37- $39. 

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