USA Dominates Road & Rail Construction Projects, Informs Timetric in Its Topical Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
19 Dec 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The combined value of projects kept track of in the 11 nations across the region amounts to USD 1.11 trillion.
The projects are currently at various stages of development and are categorised into four main categories, namely railways, trams and metros, roads, and bridges and tunnels.
The value of road and rail projects across more than 900 projects in question stands at USD 1.12 billion on average.
Railway projects take the lead among the categories examined, accounting for 45% of the total value, which is equal to USD 495.6 billion.
The USA dominates with a project pipeline worth USD 651.7 billion. The country has 7 of the 10 leading projects in terms of value. Brazil comes second with USD 150.2 billion worth of projects, with Canada following after with a project pipeline reaching USD 89.3 billion. The values of the projects in Colombia and Peru stand at USD 41 billion and USD 40 billion, respectively.
Timetric’s comprehensive study “Project Insight – Road and Rail Construction Projects in the Americas” is devoted to presenting an all-encompassing, granular review and analysis of the road and railway construction projects across the region, assessing their value based on country and limelighting the listings of leading projects.
The report gives deep, accurate insights into key factors driving the activity and detailed forecasts, and gives a refined understanding of the major trends; provides an overview of the top participants of the project by sector and value. The study presents trustworthy project data for the major road and railway construction projects, with stage, location, value and start date. Furthermore, the dominant participants operating in the marketplace are also examined in the report.
Many more comprehensive publications by this publisher are available in the Timetric catalogue.