Road construction market in Central Europe 2010

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Report Description

Road construction market in Central Europe 2010 series provides a comprehensive study of the road construction industry in six Central European countries:
  • Bulgaria,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Poland,
  • Hungary,
  • Romania,
  • Slovakia.
The study comprises six individual country reports, delivering an in-depth overview of the road construction market in each country, including development forecasts and future investments. The series is available to purchase as a whole or by country.

A general overview for each road construction market examines key areas such as:
  • value of the construction market and output,
  • sources of funding and investment in national roads,
  • the national road construction programme,
  • legal environment for each country.

The report analyses the structure of the road network including existing roads, planned motorways and expressways, national roads under renovation and future road projects.

Development forecasts examine the value of road construction output by 2013, the length of motorways and expressways in 2000-2015 and an industry SWOT analysis. The report concludes with profiles of the largest road construction players in each country, road consortia formed for public tenders and road companies outside the EU active or planning to participate in the road construction market.

CONTENT OVERVIEW OF EACH COUNTRY REPORT

Road construction market
  • Historical background
  • National Road Construction Programme
  • National company responsible for road construction
  • Value of the construction market and road construction output
  • Sources of financing of investments in national roads
  • Legal environment
  • Procedures
  • Public tenders
  • Public-Private Partnership
  • Recent legal changes pertaining to the road construction
Road network
  • Existing roads
  • Structure of road network
  • Most common types of road surface
  • Motorways and expressways in the pipeline
  • Motorways and expressways planned
  • Renovation of the existing national roads
  • Major road projects planned in the largest cities
Development forecasts
  • Length of motorways and expressways 2000-2015
  • Value of road construction output 2010-2013
  • SWOT analysis for the road construction market
  • Road construction building materials
Major road construction market players
  • Profiles of the ten largest contractors
  • Most common road consortiums formed in the public tenders
  • Road companies outside the EU active or planning to be active on the country’s road construction market
The series includes 6 country reports:
  • Bulgaria
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
Who should read this report

The report is indispensable as a source of market analysis and industry data and for keeping up to date with the latest market trends and developments. It is an essential read for:
  • Operators and market entrants interested in launching their operations in the road construction sector in Central Europe
  • Senior executives in consulting and research firms, trade and industry organisations, government institutions and investment funds, monitoring the road construction sector in Central Europe
  • Market analysts and industry consultants involved in the road construction sector in Central Europe
REPORT METHODOLOGY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN CENTRAL EUROPE


Macroeconomic environment
  GDP
  Area and population
Road network
Development forecasts for 2010-2013
  Investment in motorway and expressway network
  Market value
Institutions responsible for road construction

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN BULGARIA

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National company responsible for road construction
National Road Construction Programme
Develpment of strategic infrastructure through the Pan-European Transport Corridors
Value of the road construction market in Bulgaria
Sources of funding for investment in national roads
Legal environment
  Public-Private Partnerships and Concessions

ROAD NETWORK IN BULGARIA

Existing roads
Motorways in Bulgaria
  Trakia motorway - A1
  Hemus motorway – A2
  Maritsa motorway – A3
  Black Sea motorway – A4
  Lyulin motorway - Sofia Ring Road – A5
  Struma motorway – A6
  Sofia Ring Road - Southern Arc motorway
  Sofia Ring Road – North Arc motorway
Motorways and expressways in the pipeline
  Transport Operational Programme
  Regional Development Operational Programme
Transit Road Programme
  Transit Roads I
  Transit Roads II
  Transit Roads III
  Transit Roads IV, Stage I
  Transit roads V
Motorways and expressways planned between 2014 and 2020
Renovation of existing national roads

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Problems with the development of road infrastructure
Increase in competition on the road construction market
Quality of roads and building materials
SWOT analysis of for the road construction market in Bulgaria

MAJOR ROAD MARKET PLAYERS IN BULGARIA

Profiles of the ten largest contractors
  Holding Roads AD
  Trace Group Hold AD
  GBS Infrastrukturno Stroitelstvo AD
  Patnostroitelna Tehnika
  Hydrostroy AD
  Avtomagistrali Hemus AD
  Strabag EAD
  AB AD
  Patishta i Mostove EOOD
  Patstroy
Most common road consortiums formed in public tenders
Road companies outside the EU active or planning activities on the Bulgarian road construction market

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National Road Construction Programme
National company responsible for road construction
Value of the construction market in the Czech Republic
Sources of funding of investment in national roads
Legal environment

ROAD NETWORK IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Existing roads
Motorways and expressways in the pipeline
Proposed motorways and expressways
Renovation of existing national roads
Major road projects planned in the largest cities

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Building materials
Length of motorways and expressways in the Czech Republic
Value of road construction output in the Czech Republic
SWOT analysis for the road construction market in the Czech Republic, 2010

MAJOR ROAD MARKET PLAYERS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Profiles of the largest contractors in the Czech Republic
  Eurovia
  Strabag
  Metrostav
  Skanska
  OHL ZS
  IMOS Brno
  Subterra
  Swietelsky stavebni
  Prazske silnicni a vodohospodarske stavby (PSVS)
Road companies outside the EU active or planning activity on the country’s road construction market

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN HUNGARY

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National Road Construction Programme
National company responsible for road construction
Value of the construction market in Hungary
Sources of funding for investments in national roads
  European Union sources
  Domestic sources

ROAD NETWORK IN HUNGARY

Existing roads
Most common kinds of road surface
Motorways and expressways in the pipeline
Motorways and expressways planned
Renovation of existing national roads
Major road projects planned in the largest cities in Hungary

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Road construction materials
Length of motorways and expressways in Hungary
Value of road construction output in Hungary
SWOT analysis for the road construction market in Hungary, 2010

MAJOR ROAD MARKET PLAYERS IN HUNGARY

Profiles of the largest contractors in Hungary
  AKA Alfold Koncesszios
  AR-LA Epito es Kornyezetvedo
  Betonut Szolgaltato es Epito
  Bilfinger Berger Civil Hungaria Epitoipari
  Colas Epito
  Colas Ut Epitoipari
  Debreceni Magas, Mely, es Utepito
  Duna Aszfalt Ut- es Melyepito
  Euroaszfalt Epito es Szolgaltato
  Gebruder Haider Epitoipari
  Granit Hungaria Epitoipari es Szolgaltato
  HE-DO Utepito, Kereskedelmi es Szolgaltato
  Hidepito Rt.
  Hodmezovasarhelyi Utepito
  Lavinamix Epito
  M6 Del Epitesi Kozkereseti
  Magyar Plastiroute Forgalomtechnikai
  Mota Engil Magyarorszag Beruhazasi es Epitoipari
  Soltut Epito es Fenntarto
  Strabag
  Swietelsky Epito and Swietelsky Magyarorszag
  Teerag-Asdag
  Vakond Ut es Epitoipari
  Nemzetkozi Vegyepszer
Involvement of large domestic companies and their foreign counterparts

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN POLAND

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National Road Construction Programme
National company responsible for road construction
Value of the road construction market in Poland
Sources of funding for investment in national roads
Legal environment
  Recent legal changes pertaining to the road construction market
  Restricted tendering and pre-qualification system
  Design and build system
  Protests and enquiries in tendering procedures

ROAD NETWORK IN POLAND

Existing roads
Motorways and expressways in the process of being built
Motorway and expressway tenders in the pipeline
Motorways and expressways proposed
Road projects carried out by public-private partnerships
Renovation of existing national roads
Price reductions in road construction

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Length of motorways and expressways by 2013
Value of road construction output in Poland in 2010-2013
Potential market barriers
Organisation of the EURO 2012 Championships
SWOT analysis for the road construction market in Poland

MARKET PARTICIPANTS

Profiles of the ten largest contractors
  Strabag
  Budimex
  J&P-Avax S.A.
  Mostostal Warszawa
  Eurovia Polska S.A.
  Skanska
  Polimex Mostostal
  Bilfinger Berger Budownictwo S.A.
  Hermann Kirchner Polska Sp. z o.o.
  PBG S.A.
Increase in competition in road construction
Most common road consortiums formed in public tenders
Road companies outside the EU active on the Polish road construction market

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN ROMANIA

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National company responsible for road construction
National Road Construction Programme
Value of the construction market in Romania
Legal environment
  Public-Private Partnership
Sources of funding of investments in national roads

ROAD NETWORK IN ROMANIA

Existing roads
Strategy for maintenance of existing roads
Planned Projects
National roads currently in the process of being restored

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Road construction materials
Swot analysis for the road construction market in Romania

MAJOR ROAD MARKET PLAYERS IN ROMANIA

Profiles of the largest contractors
Domestic contractors
  Pa&Co International
  Spedition UMB
  Euroconstruct Trading
  Romstrade
Foreign contractors
  Astaldi Spa
  FCC Construccion Romania
  Max Boegl SRL
  Colas Romania
  Strabag SRL
Most common road consortiums formed in public tenders
Road companies outside the EU active or planning to be active on the Romanian road construction market

ROAD CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN SLOVAKIA

Abbreviations used in this part of the report
Historical background
National Road Construction Programme
National company responsible for road construction
Value of the construction market in Slovakia
Sources of funding for investment in national roads
Legal environment

ROAD NETWORK IN SLOVAKIA

Existing roads
Motorways and expressways in the pipeline
  Description of the PPP construction projects
Motorways and expressways planned
Renovation of existing national roads
Major road projects planned in the largest cities

DEVELOPMENT FORECASTS

Building materials
Length of motorways and expressways in Slovakia
Value of road construction output in Slovakia
SWOT analysis for the road construction market in Slovakia, 2010

MAJOR ROAD MARKET PLAYERS IN SLOVAKIA

Profiles of the largest contractors in Slovakia
  Doprastav
  Vahostav–SK Zilina
  Inzinierske stavby Kosice
  Strabag
  Skanska
  Eurovia–Cesty Kosice
  Cesty Nitra
  HANT BA Povazska Bystrica
Road companies outside the EU active or planning activities on the country’s road construction market

LIST OF GRAPHS

LIST OF TABLES

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LIST OF GRAPHS


1. Value of Central European road construction market (€ m and %), 2005-2013
2. Breakdown of GDP value in Central Europe by country (€ bn and %), 2009
3. Breakdown of Central European area by country (‘000 km2), 2010
4. Breakdown of population of Central Europe by country (million citizens), 2010
5. Breakdown of road network of Central Europe by country (km), 2010
6. Road density in Central European countries (km of road per km2), 2010
7. Breakdown of basic indicators in Central Europe by country (%), 2009
8. Motorways and expressways completed in Central Europe by country (km), 2010-2013
9. Breakdown of motorway network in Central Europe by country (km and %), 2009 and 2013
10. Breakdown of expressway network in Central Europe by country (km and %), 2009 and 2013
11. Value of Central European road construction market (€ m and %), 2005-2013
12. Main and secondary development loci in Bulgaria, 2010
13. Investment in Road Network in Bulgaria (€ m), 2001-2009
14. Proposed network of motorways in Bulgaria, 2010-2020
15. Investment in Road Network in Bulgaria (€ m), 2005-2013
16. Length of roads and motorways in the Czech Republic (km), 2010
17. Breakdown of roads network in the Czech Republic (%), 2010
18. Existing and proposed motorways and expressways in the Czech Republic, 2010
19. Production of cement in the Czech Republic (m tonnes), 2001-2009
20. Length of motorways and expressways in the Czech Republic, 2010-2015
21. Total investment in road infrastructure in the Czech Republic (€ m), 2005-2013
22. TEN road network in Hungary, 2010
23. Organisational structure of companies responsible for road construction in Hungary, 2010
24. Gross value of construction output in Hungary (HUF bn), 2000-2009
25. Output of total transport construction and road construction in Hungary (HUF bn), 2000-2008
26. Categories of exiting national roads in Hungary (km), 2010
27. Motorways and expressways to be built in Hungary by 2020
28. Hungarian Public Road reconstruction and maintenance services budget (HUF bn), 2000-2009
29. Budget for reconstruction work on expressways and motorways of Hungarian Motorway Operator (HUF bn), 2006-2010
30. Manufacture of articles composed of concrete, cement and plaster in Hungary, 2000-2009
31. Length of motorways in Hungary (km), 2001-2012
32. Long-term plan of roads to be built in Hungary by 2015
33. Road and bridges construction output in Hungary (€ m), 2005-2013
34. Construction and assembly output of road and bridge construction in Poland (PLN bn), 2000-2009
35. Existing motorways and expressways in Poland (km), Jan 2000-Aug 2010
36. Motorways and expressways being built in Poland (km), Jan 2002-Aug 2010
37. Existing and proposed motorways and expressways in Poland, 2010
38. Construction and assembly output of road and bridge construction in Poland (PLN bn), 2000-2013
39. Existing and planned motorways and expressways in Romania, 2010
40. Financial SOPT funding plan in Romania (€ m), 2007-2013
41. Motorway network in Romania (km), 2006-2012
42. Road and bridges construction output in Romania (€ m), 2005-2013
43. Consumption of aggregates in Romania (million tonnes), 2006-2010
44. Share of civil engineering as a proportion of total construction output in Slovakia, 2004-2009
45. Construction output in Slovakia (€ m and y-o-y change), 2001-2009
46. Investments in road infrastructure in Slovakia (€ m), 2005-2009
47. Investment in road infrastructure in Slovakia, breakdown by category of work (€ m) 2005-2009
48. Length of class I, II, and III roads, motorways and expressways in Slovakia (km), 2010
49. Existing and proposed motorways and expressways in Slovakia, 2010
50. Length of motorways and expressways in Slovakia, 2010-2015
51. Total investment in road infrastructure in Slovakia (€ m), 2005-2013

LIST OF TABLES

1. Motorways and expressways in Central Europe by country (km), 2009-2013
2. GDP real change in Central Europe by country (%, y-o-y), 2007-Q1 2010
3. Motorways and expressways in Central Europe by country (km), 2009-2013
4. Value of road construction market in Central European countries (€ m), 2005-2013
5. National institutions responsible for road construction in Central European countries, 2010
6. Proposed motorway projects in Bulgaria under the Transport OP, 2010-2013
7. Categories of roads in the Republican Road Network in Bulgaria (km), end 2009
8. Motorway design and construction schedule in Bulgaria, 2010-2013
9. Planned renovation of roads under the Regional Development OP in Bulgaria, 2010-2013
10. Road projects planned under the Transport OP in Bulgaria, 2014-2020
11. Road renovation projects under the Regional Development Operational Programme in Bulgaria – Stage 1, opening of bids May-June 2010
12. SWOT Analysis for the Road Construction Industry in Bulgaria, 2010
13. Key financial data of Holding Roads AD, 2007-2009
14. Key financial data of Trace Group Hold AD, 2007-2009
15. Key financial data of GBS Infrastrukturno Stroitelstvo AD, 2007-2009
16. Key financial data of Patnostroitelna Tehnika, 2007-2009
17. Key financial data of Hydrostroy AD 2007-2009
18. Key financial data of Avtomagistrali Hemus AD, 2007-2009
19. Key financial data of Strabag EAD, 2007-2009
20. Key financial data of AB AD, 2007-2009
21. Key financial data of Patishta i Mostove EOOD, 2007-2009
22. Key financial data of Patstroy 92, 2007-2009
23. Total investment in road infrastructure in the Czech Republic by category (CZK m and € m), 2007-2009
24. Total investment in road infrastructure in the Czech Republic, by source of funding and category of road (CZK m), 2007-2009
25. Transport by road in the Czech Republic, 2007-2009
26. Roads and motorways in the Czech Republic, breakdown by region (km), 2010
27. Civil engineering structures on roads in the Czech Republic, 2010
28. Motorways and expressways to be delivered in the Czech Republic in 2010
29. Major motorway and expressway construction projects in the process of being built in the Czech Republic, 2010
30. Proposed motorway and expressway construction projects in the Czech Republic, 2010-2016
31. Major ongoing and proposed class I road construction and reconstruction projects in the Czech Republic, July 2010
32. Major road projects in the process of being implemented or planned in the largest Czech cities, 2010-2012
33. Sales revenues of the building material industry in the Czech Republic, 2008-2009
34. Average price of road infrastructure in the Czech Republic, 2009
35. SWOT Analysis for the Road Construction Industry in the Czech Republic, 2010
36. The most successful recipients of contracts for road construction in the Czech Republic (CZK m), 2007-2009
37. Key financial data of Eurovia in the Czech Republic, 2005-2009
38. Key financial data of Strabag in the Czech Republic, 2005-2009
39. Key financial data of Metrostav in the Czech Republic, 2005-2009
40. Key financial data of Skanska Czech Republic and Slovakia*, 2005-2009
41. Key financial data of OHL ZS in the Czech Republic, 2005-2009
42. Key financial data of IMOS Brno in the Czech Republic, 2005-2008
43. Key financial data of Subterra in the Czech Republic, 2005-2009
44. Key financial data of Swietelsky stavebni in the Czech Republic, 2005-2008
45. Key financial data of PSVS in the Czech Republic, 2007-2009
46. Major motorway and expressway construction projects in the process of being built in Hungary, 2010
47. Motorway and expressway construction projects planned in Hungary, 2010-2017
48. Depth of defects in road surface in Hungary, 2010
49. Major road projects in the process of being implemented or planned in Miskolc, 2010-2020
50. Major road projects in the process of being implemented or planned in Debrecen, 2010-2020
51. Major road projects in the process of being implemented or planned in the largest Hungarian cities, 2010-2012
52. SWOT Analysis for the Road Construction Industry in Hungary, 2010
53. Major Hungarian road construction companies, 2010
54. Motorways and expressways being built in Poland (contract signed), 2010
55. Motorways and expressways in the pipeline in Poland (during the tender procedure), 2010
56. Motorways and expressways tenders planned in Poland, H2 2010-2012
57. Prices offered in the road construction public tenders in Poland, 2007-2010
58. Roads completed in Poland (km), 2010-2013
59. The length of motorways and expressways in Poland at the year-end (km), 2009-2013
60. SWOT Analysis for the road construction market in Poland, 2010
61. Key financial data of Strabag Sp. z o.o., 2005-2009
62. Key financial data of the Budimex Group, 2005-2009
63. Key financial data of J&P-Avax S.A., 2005-2009
64. Key financial data of the Mostostal Warszawa Group, 2005-2009
65. Key financial data of Eurovia Polska S.A., 2005-2008
66. Key financial data of the Skanska Group, 2006-2009
67. Key financial data of the Polimex-Mostostal Group, 2005-2009
68. Key financial data of Bilfinger Berger Budownictwo S.A., 2005-2009
69. Key financial data of Hermann Kirchner Polska Sp. z o.o., 2005-2008
70. Key financial data of the PBG Group, 2005-2009
71. Construction plan for the Northern Branch of Pan European Corridor IV in Romania, 2001-2013
72. Road construction projects assisted by the ISPA Fund in Romania, 2002-2014
73. Breakdown of SOPT finances in Romania by priority axis, 2007-2013
74. Road construction projects in Romania assisted by EU Cohesion Funds, 2008-2011
75. Road construction projects in Romania assisted by EU European Regional Funds
76. Motorway construction: proposed projects in Romania, 2010-2017 2
77. Expressway construction: proposed projects in Romania, 2008-2017
78. Bypasses in the process of being built in Romania, 2008-2011
79. Bypass construction, proposed projects in Romania, 2010-2014
80. National roads currently being modernised in Romania, 2007-2011
81. SWOT Analysis of the Road Construction Industry in Romania, 2010
82. Key financial data of Pa&Co International, 2006-2008
83. Key financial data of UMB Spedition, 2006-2008
84. Key financial data of Euroconstruct Trading, 2006-2008
85. Key financial data of Romstrade, 2006-2008
86. Key financial data of Astaldi Spa, 2006-2008
87. Key financial data of FCC Construccion, 2006-2008
88. Key financial data of Max Boegl SRL, 2006-2008
89. Key financial data of Colas, 2006-2008
90. Key financial data of Strabag SRL, 2006-2008
91. Planned investments in road infrastructure in Slovakia (€ m), 2010-2011
92. Transport of goods and people in Slovakia, 2005-2009
93. PPP projects for motorway and expressway construction in Slovakia, 2010
94. Major motorway and expressway construction projects in the pipeline in Slovakia, 2010
95. Major motorway and expressway construction projects planned in Slovakia (tender for general contractors to be announced), 2011-2018
96. Timetable of construction work on the R7 expressway in Slovakia (tender for general contractors to be announced), 2012-2020
97. Major reconstruction projects on existing national roads in Slovakia, 2010-2012
98. Major road projects being built or proposed in the largest cities in Slovakia, 2010-2015
99. Key data on the building material industry in Slovakia, 2005-2009
100. Revenues of the building materials industry in Slovakia (€ m), 2004-2009
101. SWOT Analysis for the Road Construction Industry in Slovakia, 2010
102. Key financial data of Doprastav in Slovakia, 2006-2009
103. Key financial data of Vahostav-SK Zilina in Slovakia, 2006-2009
104. Key financial data of Inzinierske stavby Kosice in Slovakia, 2006-2009
105. Key financial data of Strabag in Slovakia, 2006-2009
106. Key financial data of Skanska in Slovakia, 2006-2009
107. Key financial data of Eurovia-Cesty Kosice in Slovakia, 2006-2009
108. Key financial data of Cesty Nitra in Slovakia, 2006-2009
109. Key financial data of HANT BA Povazska Bystrica in Slovakia, 2006-2009
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