Construction sector in Hungary 2013

Date: April 1, 2013
Pages: 110
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Publisher: PMR
Report type: Strategic Report
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Construction sector in Hungary 2013
Who is competing for Hungary’s top construction projects?

Discover the companies and projects forecast to enhance sector development to 2015.

Which companies are involved in the planning and completion of major residential, non-residential and civil engineering construction ventures in Hungary? Which are known as the top manufacturers of building materials? Which have been involved in recent merger/and or acquisition activity?

If you have questions about the competitive atmosphere of the construction sector in Hungary, there is a publication designed to provide the answers you need. Construction sector in Hungary 2013, development forecasts for 2013-2015 contains comprehensive data, analysis and precise market forecasts – plus a special section detailing the financial information, business activity and project affiliations of leading contracting and building materials companies. The report takes a dynamic approach to description of market activity that is especially valuable in aiding new market entrants and current participants in assessing demand and building a successful business strategy for the future.

This document describes the Hungarian construction sector and its main segments in terms of market value, prices, wages and unemployment rates and forecast changes. It examines the changes in value brought about by trends, macroeconomic conditions, and legislative developments in recent months and predicts upcoming events that will affect growth and profits in the period to 2015. It reveals plans for construction projects in the Hungarian infrastructure segment, for commercial development ventures and the number of new housing units that will be completed by 2015. The structure and format of the report is consistent with that of other PMR documents evaluating the construction markets of neighboring countries, enabling comparative analysis.

Informative Excel databases are included as an added bonus to this easy to use publication. It features a database of Hungary’s 100 leading contractors, with information on their financials, locations and noteworthy projects. A database of 100 upcoming construction initiatives planned for Hungary, with essential project details, is also provided.

Readers will benefit from construction market information such as expected growth rates by segment, and overall growth rates and forecasts to 2015. They will find this document to be of great assistance when beginning a business in the Hungarian construction sector, locating new partnerships, opportunities and candidates for mergers or acquisitions, estimating corporate revenue sources for the near future, creating market analyses and reports for in house use by executives and shareholders, and taking stock of the competition in preparation for launching new initiatives in this sector.

Construction sector in Hungary 2013, Development forecasts for 2013-2015 was prepared with the needs of contracting companies and producers of building materials and equipment in mind, but it is also an impeccable reference source for professionals providing financial and consulting services, research, project design or management services. It offers exceptional value to any professional interested in the Hungarian construction sector and its implications for ancillary businesses and the country’s overall economy.
I. METHODOLOGY

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

III. MACROECONOMIC OVERVIEW

IV. CONSTRUCTION OVERVIEW

V. CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION

VI. NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION

VII. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION

VIII. COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT

IX. LIST OF GRAPHS

X. LIST OF TABLES

XI. ABOUT PMR
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