In real terms, the Irish construction industry is set to perform well over the forecast period (2016-2020) as compared to the review period (2011-2015). Construction activity in the country was weak during 2011-2012, because of the recession, ..."
BMI View: The Greek construction industry is expected to recover in 2016, growing by 1.0% y-o-y, with an
average annual real growth of 3.1% over 2016-2025. Residential and non-residential building industry and
infrastructure sector will both experience significant gro ..."
BMI View: The project pipeline in the Netherlands' construction sector is one of the healthiest in the
region, with a significant number of power, transport and non-residential infrastructure projects planned or
underway. The country is a highly attractive investment ..."
BMI View: Switzerland's infrastructure market is expected to see only minimal growth in 2016, a reflection
of the maturity of the market and the government's prudent spending policy. While residential construction
remains the largest sector in terms of total spend, th ..."
In real terms, the Danish construction industry registered limited growth during the review period (2011-2015), due to the financial crisis which affected investments in construction projects, particularly during 2012-2013.
The industr ..."
In real terms, the Norwegian construction industry grew during the review period (2011-2015), registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.38%. Construction activity was weak in 2013 due to depressed economic conditions following a de ..."
BMI View: Austria's construction industry will end nine years of negative growth in 2016 at 1.0%. To the
end of our forecast period in 2025, we forecast moderate growth, sustained by an improving economy,
GFCF and EU investment in major rail development and residentia ..."
BMI View: The Bulgarian construction industry is expected to contract 1.7% y-o-y in 2016. Infrastructure
construction will be the largest market in the country's construction industry, expanding 2.8% y-o-y in 2016
and accounting for 59.0% of its total value. The devel ..."
BMI View: The construction industry in Ukraine continues to face an unsettled outlook. While the
country has a substantial infrastructure deficit, which has been exacerbated by the ongoing conflict in the
east, the lack of public spending capacity and significant risk ..."
Construction activity in Croatia was weak during the review period (2011-2015) following the economic recession, which resulted in a deteriorating business environment. Poor investor confidence reduced construction activity in the country. Con ..."