Americas Industrial Construction Projects Value Stands at USD 541.6 Bn, States Timetric in Its New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
30 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Americas’ top 8 countries are responsible for more than 97% of the overall industrial construction output. The other 17 countries in question capture the remaining value, worth USD 14.5 billion. More than 68% of the overall industrial construction projects are currently at the pre-execution phase.
The value of industrial construction projects in the Americas stands at USD 541.6 billion. The USA takes the lead with the projects in this leading country valued at USD 297 billion. Brazil has the second biggest value of projects at USD 126.8 billion. Amongst the 8 countries profiled, Argentina accounts for the least value of the respective projects worth USD 6 billion.
New cutting-edge research report “Project Insight - Industrial Construction Projects in the Americas” drawn up by Timetric provides details of investment in more than 1380 industrial construction projects across the region as tracked by CIC. The projects are canvassed at different stages of development and cover 6 project categories.
The study gives deep insights into the key forces driving construction activity along with granular forecasts, and provides a detailed understanding of major trends. The research publication provides an in-depth examination of the leading participants involved in the projects, based on value for the sector. The report also gives unrivalled access to top-level data for various types of industrial construction projects, with coverage of value, location, start date and phase.
More new reports by our market research partner are available at Timetric page.