Elevators and escalators are positioned in buildings for efficient movement of people and goods within a building's premises. Elevators and escalators are installed in commercial buildings, residential buildings, mixed-used buildings, IT parks, hotels, restaurants, and retail ..."
Switzerland's construction industry is expanding at a positive rate. In real terms, the industry's output value grew by 8.3% between 2010 and 2014.
This expansion was mainly due to economic growth, a low unemployment rate and an increa ..."
BMI View: Our forecasts for the Czech construction and infrastructure sector remain steady this quarter,
with marginal growth of 3.3% for 2015 and 2.9% for 2016. After struggling with underfunding for many
years, the transport sector is enjoying EU-driven investment i ..."
BMI View: The outlook for Romania's construction sector over the coming five years is more positive than
the previous five. We now forecast real growth of 6.1% y-o-y in 2015, followed by 7.0% in 2016. The
acceleration in growth comes on the back of a more expansionary ..."
Elevators and escalators help move people and goods easily and efficiently within a building's premises. They are installed in commercial buildings, residential buildings, mixed-used buildings, IT parks, hotels, restaurants, and retail outlets. They are also installed in parki ..."
BMI View: A constrained economic picture, falling GFCF and the escalating impact of Russian sanctions
are affecting the prospects for sector growth in Finland. There are, however, a significant number of
transport and utility infrastructure projects in the pipeline, b ..."
BMI View: A medium-term picture of slowing oil infrastructure investment and weak economic growth
means construction industry performance will be constrained. The economy need to diversify away from
its hydrocarbon dependence, which will cause instability in most mark ..."
BMI View: We forecast an average real growth of 2.5% in the Polish infrastructure sector between 2015
and 2019. The residential, railways and energy sectors will be the key drivers for growth. However, BMI
cautions that increasing state intervention could pose a downs ..."
BMI View: Sweden's construction industry grew by 6.9% in 2015, after strong growth of 12.1% in
2014. This was still a healthy showing for a developed nation. The sector benefits from a robust residential
infrastructure market, buoyant fixed investment and a strong tra ..."
In real terms, the Finnish construction industry's output value contracted from 2010 to 2014. This decline was mainly due to depressed economic conditions, a high unemployment rate and reduced government spending. Growth prospects will be limi ..."