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H1 Report tracks market status and forecasts development to 2015. Poland’s construction sector is constantly changing, both in terms of leading contractors, building materials producers and the plans and projects that bring success to their businesses. Serious competitors in the residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments need current updates, analysis and data for the period, including GUS data and a snapshot of the quantity and location of recently released construction permits across the country.
Where can construction professionals active or interested in the Polish sector find the most forward-looking collection of useful business intelligence? Many consult Construction sector in Poland, H1 2013, Development forecasts for 2013-2015 for the most complete and up-to-the-minute coverage of market events, companies and new investments when searching for potential projects, assessing materials demand, planning expansions and keeping updated on the latest legislative developments affecting the market.
This publication examines the current status of the Polish construction market and its three key segments: residential, non-residential and civil engineering. It evaluates them in terms of wage, price and employment conditions and takes roll call of the leading active companies in each segment and their financial status. The report investigates recent market development and looks ahead to new projects, analysing the financial and economic issues integral to new construction, such as EU funding and foreign and domestic investment.
This report offers a special section containing a complete analysis of the competitive landscape of construction in Poland. It features news and analysis of the most significant planned projects in the infrastructure, commercial and industrial and residential sectors. Two databases have been included, filled with information concerning the 100 leading companies active in the sector and 100 of the most prestigious projects underway or in the planning stages around the country. Leading building materials providers and the top 20 contractors are described and compared in terms of their output, revenue and other significant characteristics.
The document provides data on market value for the overall sector and each of its key segments, along with current and forecast price data for the years ahead. It examines the future of residential construction and forecasts the number of apartments that will be built by 2015. It looks at roadway construction and provides a forecast (in kilometers) for new construction in this segment by 2015. The report highlights the most prevalent types of non-residential products underway in the commercial and industrial sub-segments, and predicts the impact of legislative actions on the Polish construction industry during the period 2013-2015.
Construction sector in Poland, H1 2013, Development forecasts for 2013-2015 provides the latest data and analysis available for construction industry professionals and other specialists working in related fields. This accurate and comprehensive document is especially helpful in the performance of a wide variety of business operations, from market assessment to M&A activity to new business development and report preparation.