Key factors combine to spur improvement in Polish construction


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As construction projects initiated to accommodate Euro 2012 approach completion, the construction sector in Poland is showing signs of growth due to demand for new commercial facilities in the office and industrial sector, growth in large power block tenders and an EU budget that holds positive implications for the country.

The competitive landscape is changing, prices are evolving, and planning is underway for new residential and roadway construction in the coming years. Construction companies, contractors and materials manufacturers are seeking the latest data, analysis and market forecasts as they prepare to conduct business during the second half of 2012 and in the years ahead. In order to meet their informational needs, PMR has released the latest edition of its popular report, Construction sector in Poland, H1 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014.

“The report presents the currently expected trends for both the construction market as a whole and its individual market segments, i.e. residential construction, non-residential construction and civil engineering. The report also contains prospects for the development of the industry during the next three years, until 2014. The document also features analysis of the competitive environment within the Polish construction market, in terms of both the contractor market and producers of construction materials.”

In order to locate and capitalize on new construction sector opportunities as they arise, you need direct access to the latest news, sharpest analysis, most reliable statistics and knowledgeable forecasting available. Read Construction sector in Poland, H1 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014, and refer to this new report from PMR on a regular basis as you monitor market expansion and contemplate new business strategies.

Readers will benefit from expert trends analysis that focuses on factors such as macroeconomic conditions in Poland, foreign and domestic business investment in Polish projects, EU subsidy levels, and cement production, interpreting the effects of changes in these indicators on wage levels, employment rates, price fluctuations, the financial health of top companies, and number of active firms in the marketplace. They will also gain access to reliable forecasts in each of the major market segments, including specific projections for the number of new apartments and kilometres of motorways and expressways to be completed between 2012 and 2014.

This new edition provides a wealth of data in accessible graphic form, including a comparative database of 100 of the largest planned construction investments, and comparative tables of the top 20 contractors and leading materials manufacturers of nine different product categories. It also features a database filled with the latest information on Poland’s top 100 construction companies.

While preparing Construction sector in Poland, H1 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 PMR’s expert analysts have thoroughly researched all salient aspects of the market, consulted their most reliable sources and answered readers’ questions with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic market sector.

For more information on the report please contact:
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tel. /48/ 12 618 90 00

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