Denmark Infrastructure Report Q2 2016
BMI View: The Danish construction sector will be a regional outperformer in the medium term, on theback of strong investment in the infrastructure sector, driving a solid project pipeline, with public andprivate financiers looking to the sector for safe investments. Areas that will particularly benefit fromgovernment, EU and institutional investor interest will be the rail sector and renewable energy expansion.In the long term, growth will moderate significantly as key projects finalise.Latest Updates And Structural Trends
We have slightly revised down our medium-term industry growth outlook due to a constrained economicpicture. However, at an annual average 3.1% over 2016-2020, the sector will be a regional outperformer.
The government is in a healthy fiscal position and is set to invest DKK27.5bn in an infrastructure plan toimprove public transport and we expect Danish pension funds to increase their exposure andcommitments to project financing.
The Transport Ministry has promised to spend over DKK100bn upgrading and expanding the country'srail network by 2030.
A consortium formed of VINCI Construction Grands Projets, Solétance-Bachy International andBAM International has been chosen for the USD9.6bn Fehmarn Belt rail tunnel project betweenDenmark and Germany.
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