- Language: English
- 121 Pages
- Published: March 2010
- Region: Europe
Non-Residential Construction Market In Central Europe 2012
- Published: June 2012
- Region: Poland
- 139 Pages
- PMR Ltd
A number of postponed projects in the Central European countries of Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania have been reactivated in response to improving economic conditions and resulting demand for new office and logistics space as well as retail, service and industrial facilities. Recent upticks in retail and manufacturing have greatly contributed to this activity, and investors are more comfortable entering the market than they have been in recent years.
Non-residential construction market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 reports on conditions in the overall market as well as in each of these six countries: Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. There have been significant variations in the impact of the economic crisis from country to country, and this unique document from PMR highlights the differences in its examination of the recovering markets and their main segments: hotel construction, office space construction, retail and services construction and industrial and warehouse facilities construction.
In addition to data detailing the size, value and structure of the non-residential construction sector in Central Europe and for each of the covered countries and each of the key segments, the report supplies a comprehensive listing and analysis of upcoming projects for the benefit of readers seeking to monitor market activity or take advantage of the available opportunities. It delves deeply into the market consequences of major economic trends and special events as they direct current market development and continue to influence growth over the next few years.
Prominent investors are listed in conjunction with a description of the current status of the modern markets for office space, retail space and warehouse facilities. Construction requirements of today’s companies, retailers and manufacturers/distributers are explored, and the investment strategies of successful commercial property developers in all six countries are discussed. The publication provides the most recent statistical information on the issuance of construction permits for non-residential projects in each of the covered countries, and projects the meaning of these numbers in terms of growth of the market and its individual segments.
Building materials manufacturers and distributors will appreciate this document when predicting demand and projecting future streams of revenue, while those who produce and sell construction machinery will benefit from data related to market assessment, contractor and project information leading to potential customers. Readers interested in the financial scope of the markets will profit from analysis of current and forecast investments and details on developer strategies, while detailed data and forecasts and project strategies appeal to design, management and consulting firms. Professionals at a wide variety of construction, government and industry-related organizations will find this publication essential to their daily duties. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
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