Construction sector in Bulgaria 2013

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Date: 22-Mar-2013
No. of pages: 90
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What projects are planned for the Bulgarian construction sector?

Report evaluates the competition, forecasts development to 2015.

Are commercial developers planning to invest in new office, service and retail spaces? What projects are planned for the public infrastructure segment of the market? Which companies are leading the way in terms of participation in the most significant upcoming investments? What is the outlook for manufacturers of building materials intended for use in Bulgaria?

Contractors and materials producers who are interested in a comprehensive view of the current activities and future prospects of this market will find that Construction sector in Bulgaria 2013, Development forecasts for 2013-2015 meets their needs and much more. This PMR publication provides data, analysis, competitive perspective and reliable forecasts for the residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments of the market, offering explanations of each unique characteristic - from the upcoming infrastructure projects of civil engineering to commercial and industrial plans for the non-residential segment.

This publication has been restructured to conform to additional PMR documents on construction markets in neighboring countries, making comparative analysis quick and simple. It provides deep analysis of trends influencing the current Bulgarian construction market and poised to affect development in the future, taking into account the country's economic status and newsworthy events that are relevant to the construction industry.

This document provides an excellent analysis of the competitive environment of the construction market in Bulgaria that includes comprehensive information on the country's leading companies, the projects they have recently completed and plan to take part in and their strategies moving forward. It contains updates on merger and acquisition activity and commentary from PMR experts with years of experience in observing and analysing this particular market, plus an index of the 100 leading contractors active in Bulgaria and an Excel database of 100 of the most promising projects still in the planning stages.

Precise and accurate forecasts for the period 2013-2015 are enhanced by analytical coverage of the regulatory actions, plans for governmental development programmes and financial and investment developments that will influence new projects and the direction of market expansion.

Readers will discover which of the market's main segments is expand to experience the greatest degree of growth, how prices have evolved in recent months and which building materials producers have gained the strongest positions within the marketplace. They will learn the details of plans for infrastructure expansion and the common methods of financing transport infrastructure construction in Bulgaria, and discover the projected total of newly constructed housing units expected to be ready for market by 2015.

This report provides informational support for construction industry professionals and specialists in finance, design and project management, consulting, research, and industry analysis in performing a wide variety of tasks, from market assessment to M&A activity to new business development and report preparation - quickly and accurately.

Construction sector in Bulgaria 2013

Table Of Contents

I. Methodology p. 7

II. Executive Summary p. 9

III. Macroeconomic Overview p. 13

IV. Construction Overview p. 27

V. Civil Engineering Construction p. 39

VI. Non-Residential Construction p. 53

VII. Residential Construction p. 65

VIII. Competitive Environment p. 77

IX. List of Graphs p. 85

X. List of Tables p. 87

XI. About PMR p. 89

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