Central Europe Civil Engineering Construction Market 2014 and Development Forecasts 2019 adds report “Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2014. Development forecasts for 2014-2019” to its store.

What lies ahead for Central Europe’s civil engineering construction market?

Report features updates on projects, funding and forecasts for development 2014-2019

What is the current value of the civil engineering construction sector in Central Europe? How much are the individual markets in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia worth? Which significant roadway construction projects are planned for each country? Which heavy industries are planning new facilities or expansions in each country? Does EU funding apply to construction ventures in each of these countries? What are the projections for market growth in the period to 2019?

Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2014, Development forecasts for 2014-2019 closely examines current conditions, upcoming projects and prospects for the overall market and markets in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. This comprehensive document is filled with the latest data, insightful analysis and detailed forecasts that professionals need to conduct today’s business and plan for a prosperous future.

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This publication supplies new data on market and segment values, plus current wage, price and employment statistics for the following key segments – road and railway, environmental protection and heavy industry construction. It details the structure of civil engineering markets in Central Europe, provides total quantities of railways, roads and facilities such as power plants and estimates the additional amounts scheduled for construction in the years ahead.

The report looks at each country separately in terms of plans for upcoming infrastructure development and examines applicable funding and financing sources. It provides information on the companies and contractors active on this market for a closer view of the competitive landscape of civil engineering construction across the Central European region.

This document also features reliable, in-depth forecasts that track likely development of the overall Central European civil engineering construction sector and markets in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia for the period to 2019.

PMR clients have referred to this publication as an ‘essential resource’ for use in the successful conduct of a variety of business operations. From launching a new contracting or manufacturing business to locating the most valuable projects in which to participate, estimating future revenue, conducting competition research or effecting an important merger or acquisition, businesses with interests in civil engineering construction in Central Europe use this publication on a regular basis.

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Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe, Development forecasts for 2014-2019 has been prepared to meet the information needs of construction companies preparing for market entry, building materials manufacturers and distributors, contractors, project designers and managers, investment and financial services professionals, trade and commerce organisations, research and government-based agencies.

No other market-focused publication gathers a body of research this extensive and compiles it all into one easy to use document that is perfect for in-house report preparation as well as monitoring the entire regional industry. Order your copy now and discover how it can help your business!

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