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APAC Commercial & Leisure Construction Projects Discussed in In-demand Timetric Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

17 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Commercial and leisure construction activity in APAC is expanding at a rapid pace, underpinned by robust economic growth across the region. With the average growth rate of the region’s economy set to be over 4% during the next 5 years, investment in novel offices and also retail and leisure buildings will likely remain high. The commercial and leisure building projects for the 13 nations are estimated to be USD 417 billion. 

APAC is forecast to keep on outperforming other regions of the world in the next 3 years. Though China’s economic growth is moderating, other countries in the region, such as India, the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam, are poised to make a considerable contribution, with their economies all roaring ahead at more than 5% through to 2017. Factors like healthier overseas demand, lower oil prices and a better financial situation are expected to provide an environment for sustained growth in APAC. Although such exporters of commodities as Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia will witness a reduced income due to the decline in worldwide commodity prices, the decrease in oil prices is set to give a boost to regional trade and economic activity.

Sinohydro Corporation, Leighton Contractors, China Construction Second Engineering Bureau, Alfasi Group, Royal Group Investments, Bach Dang Construction Corporation, Walt Disney Company, Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF), and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), among others, are the leading companies engaged in the market.

In-demand report “Project Insight - Commercial and Leisure Building Projects in Asia-Pacific” elaborated by Timetric provides a detailed market analysis, accurate information and shrewd insights based on more than 1,200 CIC projects across 13 countries in the region. The study provides comprehensive metrics on each nation’s commercial and leisure building projects broken down by type and estimated start date based on value. The report also presents an investigation of investments in large-scale commercial and leisure projects region-wise. It also offers an extensive examination of the key drivers of construction activity plus detailed forecasts, providing all-round insights into prevalent trends, an analysis of leading project participants by value and by sector. The study provides top projects data for different commercial and leisure project types, covering location, stage, value and start date.

Report Details:

Project Insight - Commercial and Leisure Building Projects in Asia-Pacific
Published: June, 2015
Pages: 46 
Price: US$ 3,950.00

More in-demand studies by the publisher can be found at Timetric page.


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