Anyway, go to their website and read the financial release brief. It's in English. It's quite clear. My math isn't perfect (I am doing it in my head off a press release just to answer your question) but it's not so far off and it's directionally accurate.
Construction revenue fell 35% to MXN 4.6 B. That means that in 2Q12, it was 7 B (do the math).
Total revenue is now 8.2 B, which means non-construction revenue is 3.6 B. Formerly, total revenue was 9.5 B, which means (if you do the math) non-construction revenue has surged from 2.5 B to 3.6 B.
If the backlog is growing and big infrastructure spending is in Mexico's future, construction revenue is fixing to eventually recover from this drop. Non-construction revenue will probably take some near-term hits due to liquidations, but it is likely to also be in a general uptrend. ICA just needs to be in a financial position, a treasury position, to maximize this dynamic. Near-term profits and losses shouldn't be an issue. But we'll see.