Road Construction Sector in Poland 2013

Date: February 1, 2013
Pages: 128
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US$ 2,380.00
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Publisher: PMR
Report type: Strategic Report
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Road Construction Sector in Poland 2013
Road construction: gaining in value and scope in Poland

Report offers thorough analysis of development of the country’s top construction sector.

The Polish road construction sector has been infused with the energy of Euro 2012, increases in EU funding and appropriations from national and local agencies and public –private partnerships. Not everything did go as planned but without a doubt road construction sector in Poland still has a lot of perspectives. Future projects focused on new road construction, upgrades, maintenance and renovation are significant enough to attract the attention of foreign companies and investors. Contractors, materials and equipment providers and others at work in the industry are seeking information about the conditions, projects and players that make this market work.

Road construction sector in Poland 2013, Development forecasts for 2013-2015 is a comprehensive business information resource that presents all the pertinent data, expert analysis and reliable forecasts available on the national, regional and local government segments of this busy sector of Poland’s construction industry.

This timely report contains discussion and analysis of the market in terms of financial drivers, such as government appropriations on the national, regional and local levels, investments from European Union sources and projects initiated by the National Road Fund (KFD) and General Director for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKIA). It spotlights upcoming high-value ventures (more than PLN50m) and predicts investment activity during the forecast period.

For purposes of this document, the professionals at PMR surveyed construction professionals engaged in this segment and addressed the topics in which they expressed the greatest interest, such as market analysis and long-term forecasts. The report features in depth profiles of ten top contractors encompassing their financial information, noteworthy projects and strategic outlooks.

This report discusses current conditions in Polish road construction sector, including the number of projects that involve new construction as opposed to road maintenance and upgrades, publicly versus privately financed ventures, number of infrastructure projects, planned and underway.

The report includes data on macroeconomic conditions, overall market value and the value of each segment and projections on the length and cost of road construction for the next three years. It presents a SWOT analysis of construction in Poland and analyses the likely effects of trends and important indices on projects planned for the future, while offering a regional perspective on the locations of upcoming road and bridge construction and the available supply of construction materials.

Domestic and foreign construction companies, investment professionals and materials and machinery distributors will find this report particularly useful when formulating strategy and pursuing new opportunities in the Polish road construction sector. Consulting, academic, government and research institutions will also find it a reliable source of data and forecasts for use in a wide variety of market –related business tasks and operations.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN POLAND

SCHEDULE OF PLANNED PROJECTS

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS FOR 2013-2015

PROFILES OF TOP 10 CONTRACTORS

LIST OF GRAPHS

LIST OF TABLES

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