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The Construction Industry in Ghana 2017

  • ID: 4085325
  • Report
  • Region: Ghana
  • 122 pages
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aurecon Ghana
  • David Walter Ltd
  • Eugo Terrano Ltd
  • M Barbisotti & Sons Ltd
  • Proko Ghana Ltd
  • StructCon Ltd
  • MORE
The Construction Industry in Ghana: The US$5bn Ghanaian construction sector, which accounted for 14.8% of the nation’s annual GDP in 2015, is a central pillar of Ghana’s National Development Plan. Provisional estimates released by Ghana Statistical Service on 28 December 2016 indicate that the construction industry recorded a positive growth rate of 16.3% year-on-year for the third quarter of 2016. The industry provides employment for approximately 320,000 people and an estimated 1,500 active building and construction contractors currently operate in the Ghanaian market. Players range from indigenous micro-enterprises and individual contractors to foreign multinational civil engineering and construction giants.

A Challenging Environment : Key constraining factors cited by contractors operating in the Ghanaian market include the difficulty in accessing finance for building and construction projects, project delays resulting from lengthy bureaucratic processes relating to the acquisition of land and securing building permits, the infrastructure deficit and the slow pace of service delivery. Although the sector experienced robust growth for more than two decades, during 2016 there was a slowdown in construction activity and investment in the country’s private sector. This was attributed to the climate of uncertainty preceding the December 2016 elections. However, since the inauguration of the new President, New Patriotic Party’s Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, infrastructure development has been prioritised and role players in Ghana’s construction industry are confident that conditions in the sector will improve.

Report Coverage:
The detailed report on the Ghanaian construction industry focuses on conditions in the sector, including current and planned construction projects, as well as factors influencing the industry’s success. Profiles for 25 companies are provided, including foreign multinational companies such as Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd and China State Hualong Construction Ghana Ltd, which dominate the civil construction market and high-value projects. Also profiled is Micheletti & Co. Ltd, one of numerous local Ghanaian-registered construction companies where partnerships have been established between expatriate and indigenous contractors.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aurecon Ghana
  • David Walter Ltd
  • Eugo Terrano Ltd
  • M Barbisotti & Sons Ltd
  • Proko Ghana Ltd
  • StructCon Ltd
  • MORE
1. Introduction

2. Description Of The Industry
2.1. Industry Value Chain
2.2. Geographic Position

3. Size Of The Industry

4. State Of The Industry
4.1. Local
4.1.1. Opportunities In The Construction Industry
4.1.1.1. Transport
4.1.1.2. Roads
4.1.1.3. Railways
4.1.1.4. PortSAnd Harbours
4.1.1.5. Airports
4.1.1.6. Energy/Power
4.1.1.7. Water Supply And Treatment
4.1.1.8. Healthcare
4.1.1.9. Education, Sport And Recreation
4.1.1.10. Telecommunications
4.1.1.11. Residential Building
4.1.1.12. Commercial
4.1.1.13. Retail
4.1.1.14. Hospitality
4.1.1.15. Mining And Industrial
4.1.2. Corporate Actions
4.1.3. RegulationSAnd Government Policies
4.2. Continental
4.3. International

5. Influencing Factors
5.1. Government Interventions
5.2. Economic Environment
5.3. Socio-Political And Socio-Economic Environment
5.4. Infrastructure Deficit
5.4.1. Government Infrastructure Programme Spend
5.4.2. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
5.4.3. Private Sector Investment
5.4.4. Public-Private Partnerships (Ppps)
5.5. UrbaniSAtion
5.6. Local Content
5.7. Corruption
5.8. Construction Equipment And Materials: Capacity, Quality And Security Of Supply
5.9. Input Costs
5.10. Cyclicality
5.11. Health And Safety Concerns
5.12. Technology, Research And Development (R&D) And Innovation
5.13. Labour
5.14. Environmental Concerns

6. Competition
6.1. Barriers To Entry

7. Swot Analysis

8. Outlook

9. Industry Associations

10. References
10.1. Publications
10.2. Websites
Appendix 1
The Global Competitiveness Index 2016-2017: Ghana
Company Profiles
Aurecon Ghana
Berock Ventures Ltd
China State Hualong Construction Ghana Ltd
ConSAr Ltd
David Walter Ltd
De Simone Ltd
Devtraco Ltd
Eugo Terrano Ltd
FAsat Construction Ltd
Group Five Construction (Ghana) Ltd
Italconstruct International Ltd
Jescan Construction Ltd
M Barbisotti & Sons Ltd
Manet International Company Ltd
Micheletti & Co Ltd
Murray And Roberts Holdings Ltd
Proconsult Ltd
Proko Ghana Ltd
Pw Ghana Ltd
Rolider Ltd
Structcon Ltd
Taysec Group Ltd
Top International Engineering (Ghana) Ltd
Wbho Ghana Ltd
Wilkado Construction Works Ltd 117
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  • Group Five Construction (Ghana) Ltd
  • WBHO Ghana Ltd
  • Aurecon Ghana
  • Berock Ventures Ltd
  • China State Hualong Construction Ghana Ltd
  • Consar Ltd
  • Eugo Terrano Ltd
  • Fasat Construction Ltd
  • Italconstruct International Ltd
  • Jescan Construction Ltd
  • M Barbisotti & Sons Ltd
  • Micheletti & Co Ltd
  • Murray and Roberts Holdings Ltd
  • Proconsult Ltd
  • Proko Ghana Ltd
  • PW Ghana Ltd
  • Top International Engineering (Ghana) Ltd
  • StructCon Ltd
  • Taysec Group Ltd
  • Wilkado Construction Works Ltd
  • Devtraco Ltd
  • Manet International Company Ltd
  • De Simone Ltd
  • Rolider Ltd
  • David Walter Ltd
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