Infrastructure construction involves various aspects of livelihood education such as culture and sports education, science and technology, health care, and administrative office. As China’s economy continues to grow, people’s demand for health, leisure, entertainment and other spiritual aspects will be higher and higher, but it is lagging behind developed countries and the phenomenon of uneven distribution. Take the medical and health aspects as an example. China's per capita medical resources are lower than those of developed countries, and the urban population has an average of 2.5 times more medical resources than the rural population (the three most abundant resources are Beijing, Shanghai, and Tianjin). Therefore, the center of gravity of the infrastructure construction industry will gradually shift to the second and third tier cities along with the “spillover effect” of the first-tier cities, thus driving the development of the infrastructure construction market in the second and third tier cities.