It provides detailed metrics on the region's road and railway construction projects - as tracked by the CIC - split by country, type and value.
This report details investment in road and railway construction projects in the Americas, based on projects tracked by The Construction Intelligence Center (CIC).
A total of 11 countries in the region are covered, and the combined value of projects tracked in these countries stands at US$1.11 trillion.
The projects are at various stages of development, and are in four main categories: railways, roads, trams and metros, and tunnels and bridges.
The average value of road and rail projects across the over 900 projects studied is US$1.12 billion.
Railway projects dominate, with a combined valued of US$495.6 billion, accounting for 45% of the total value.
The US leads with a project pipeline valued at US$651.7 billion. The US has seven of the top 10 projects by value.
The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing value by country and top project listings.
Top participants for the sector are also shown.
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The report provides:
Insight into main drivers of activity and forecasts, providing an understanding of key trends
Analysis of main project participants by value and by sector, enabling clients to target products and services for each type of project
Project data for top road and railway construction projects, with location, value, stage and start date
The US leads the way with US$651.7 billion worth of projects; it is followed by Brazil with US$150.2 billion and Canada with US$89.3 billion. Colombia and Peru have projects valuing US$41.0 billion and US$40.0 billion respectively.
The railway category accounts for a major share of the project pipeline value in the Americas, with US$495.6 billion, or 45% of the total US$1.1 trillion.
The pipeline of road construction projects has a value of US$239.8 billion, with the US accounting for the highest share with US$110.0 billion, followed by Brazil with US$39.4 billion.
2. Regional Overview
3. Category Overview
3.3. Trams and Metros
3.4. Tunnels and Bridges
4. Key Operators
4.2. Consulting Engineers
4.3. Key Project Owners
5. Country Pro