Construction sector in Russia 2013 - Regional focus

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Date: 31-Jan-2013
No. of pages: 247
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Study Russian Construction – by Sector and by Federal District.

Report Focuses on Regional Details, Growth Projections to 2015

The Russian construction market has recently demonstrated variations in growth across the country’s Federal Districts. For a closer look at construction activity, PMR offers a unique document examining the country’s residential, non-residential and civil engineering sectors in light of market conditions in each district. It illustrates the influence of government investment in transportation, housing, and infrastructure construction as well as expansion due to upcoming events such as the Winter Olympics scheduled to take place in Sochi in 2014.

Construction sector in Russia 2013 – Regional focus, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2013-2015 studies the trends and expected growth statistics for each federal district. The report offers information on the value of each of the market’s main segments and provides information on over 500 substantial projects expected to take place during the years 2013-2015.

It supplies market shares of the total Russian construction market held by the construction industries in each federal district and engages in comparative analysis and calculation of projected levels of growth for each district’s residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments. It delivers an in-depth analysis of prevailing trends and their influence on future developments in the construction market environments of each segment, in each federal district.

This timely and concise report offers comprehensive forecasts for construction and assembly output values during the period 2013-2015 for each Federal District, categorised by market segment. It analyses recent price changes within the industry and projects price development during the forecast period. Readers will find the comparative perspective especially useful when pinpointing regions within Russia expected to experience the largest surges in activity and those that will be most profoundly affected by nationwide economic and industry trends and government and private levels of investment.

Construction sector in Russia 2013 – Regional focus, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2013-2015 is targeted to meet the business information needs of domestic and international contractors, materials and machinery manufacturers, investment professionals, researchers, financial and consulting services providers and government and trade agencies and organisations looking for a single source of information and analysis with a decidedly regional perspective on the construction market in Russia. They will find it a reliable and valuable resource for new business development, strategic planning and merger and acquisition activity, investment analysis, competitive research and assessment of demand for various products and services required by the industry. This report is also an asset in the preparation of internal documentation for corporate executives and shareholders. Those interested in locating new projects and updating their knowledge of the funding opportunities presented by government programmes will appreciate the concise and comprehensive listings of new projects contained within the document.

Construction sector in Russia 2013 - Regional focus

Table Of Contents

Methodology 11
Executive summary 13
Construction sector in Russia – overview 21
Central Federal District 25
Construction overview 25
Civil engineering 26
Roads 27
Railways 31
Airports 33
Environmental protection-related projects 35
Investment in heavy industry 36
Forecasts 37
Non-residential construction 38
Industrial and warehouse construction 38
Office and shopping centre construction 40
Hotel construction 44
Forecasts 45
Residential construction 46
Completed homes  50
Individual residential construction 51
Forecasts 56
Northwestern Federal District 57
Construction overview 57
Civil engineering 58
Roads 59
Railways 62
Airports 64
Environmental protection-related projects 66
Investment in heavy industry 67
Forecasts 70
Non-residential construction 71
Industrial and warehouse construction 71
Office and shopping centre construction 73
Hotel construction 74
Forecasts 76
Residential construction 77
Completed homes  80
Individual residential construction 81
Forecasts 85
Southern Federal District 87
Construction overview 87
Civil engineering 89
Roads 89
Railways 92
Airports 93
Environmental protection-related projects 94
Investment in heavy industry 96
Forecasts 98
Non-residential construction 99
Industrial and warehouse construction 99
Office and shopping centre construction 101
Hotel construction 102
Forecasts 104
Residential construction 105
Completed homes  107
Individual residential construction 109
Forecasts 112
North Caucasian Federal District 113
Construction overview 113
Civil engineering 115
Non-residential construction 116
Residential construction 117
Completed homes  119
Forecasts 121
Volga Federal District 123
Construction overview 124
Civil engineering 125
Roads 125
Railways 129
Airports 131
Environmental protection-related projects 133
Investment in heavy industry 135
Forecasts 136
Non-residential construction 137
Industrial and warehouse construction 138
Office and shopping centre construction 140
Hotel construction 141
Forecasts 143
Residential construction 144
Completed homes  147
Individual residential construction 148
Forecasts 152
Urals Federal District 155
Construction overview 156
Civil engineering  157
Roads 157
Railways 160
Airports 162
Environmental protection-related projects 163
Investment in heavy industry 165
Forecasts 167
Non-residential construction 168
Industrial and warehouse construction 168
Office and shopping centre construction 169
Hotel construction 171
Forecasts 172
Residential construction 173
Completed homes  176
Individual residential construction 177
Forecasts 180
Siberian Federal District 183
Construction overview 184
Civil engineering 185
Roads 185
Railways 188
Airports 190
Environmental protection projects 192
Investments in heavy industry 194
Forecasts 196
Non-residential construction 197
Industrial and warehouse construction 198
Office and shopping centre construction 199
Hotel construction 200
Forecasts 203
Residential construction 204
Completed homes  207
Individual residential construction 208
Forecasts 211
Far Eastern Federal District 213
Construction overview 214
Civil engineering 215
Roads 215
Railways 218
Airports 219
Environmental protection-related projects 220
Investments in heavy industry 222
Forecasts 224
Non-residential construction 224
Residential construction 227
Completed homes  230
Individual residential construction 231
Forecasts 233
List of graphs 235
List of tables 241
About PMR 246

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