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Australia Infrastructure Report Q2 2016

  • ID: 3621176
  • February 2016
  • Region: Australia
  • 82 pages
  • Business Monitor International
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Slowing GDP growth and political tensions in the run up to federal elections are dampening investor sentiment in Australia, particularly as the key mining sector continues to post weak results and concerns are rising about the overvalued housing market. The outlook for Australia's construction sector therefore remains subdued, with low single digit growth expected for much of the forecast period through to 2025. While limited activity in the residential sector and in transport infrastructure will stimulate some increase in construction sector value, overall growth prospects are muted.

Latest Updates

- We currently maintain our estimate for growth of 0.4% in the construction sector for 2015, although we note our forecasts may be subject to downward revision, following the release of full-year figures, with several regions reporting a fall in construction activity over the last quarter. The outlook for 2016 is marginally more positive, with growth forecast at 1.6% based primarily on a number of projects in the pipeline in the residential and transport infrastructure sectors.

- Several transport projects are progressing, underpinning our forecasts for a return to growth in the transport infrastructure sector in 2016. These include the Melbourne Metro Rail public/private partnership project where the first package of works will reportedly start in 2017, delivering critical works worth hundreds of millions of dollars to prepare main sites for the start of major construction in 2018.

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- Industry View

- Table: Infrastructure - Construction Industry Forecasts (Australia 2016-2022)

- Table: Infrastructure Risk Reward Index (Australia 2016)

- SWOT

- Infrastructure SWOT

- Industry Forecast

- Construction And Infrastructure Forecast Scenario

- Latest Updates

- Table: Construction And Infrastructure Industry Data (Australia 2015-2025)

- Structural Trends

- Transport Infrastructure - Outlook And Overview

- Latest Updates

- Table: Transport Infrastructure Industry Data (Australia 2015-2025)

- Structural Trends

- Table: Competitiveness Of Australia's Infrastructure

- Table: Liberal-National Coalition Proposed Federal Funding Plans For Transport Infrastructure, By Year, By State, AUDmn

- Table: Australia - Federal Expenditure On Infrastructure, AUDbn

- Table: Transport Projects

- Energy And Utilities Infrastructure - Outlook And Overview

- Latest Updates

- Table: Energy And Utilities Infrastructure Data (Australia 2015-2025)

- Structural Trends

- Table: Energy & Utilities Projects

- Residential/Non-Residential Building - Outlook And Overview

- Latest Updates

- Table: Residential and Non-Residential Building Industry Data (Australia 2015-2025)

- Structural Trends

- Table: Construction and Social Infrastructure Projects

- Industry Risk Reward Ratings

- Australia - Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index

- Rewards

- Risks

- APAC Infrastructure RRI: Affirming A Benign 2016 Outlook

- Table: Asia Risk/Reward Index

- Market Overview

- Competitive Landscape

- Table: EQS Industry Data

- Company Profile

- Leighton Holdings

- WorleyParsons

- Methodology

- Industry Forecast Methodology

- Sector-Specific Methodology

- Risk/Reward Index Methodology

- Sector-Specific Methodology

- Table: Infrastructure Risk/Reward Index Indicators

- Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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