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Construction, in the sense of architectural and civil engineering, is the building of real property. It is one of the most important stages of the process of creating buildings. This service is very important for infrastructure and building projects, consisting of three project services, which also include logistics and engineering. One or all three of these services can be provided by an EPC contractor for an entire project or just a particular aspect of one. Other than contractors, other groups of professionals can come together to perform construction work, including project managers, construction engineers, design engineers, project architects, logistics professionals, construction managers, plumbers, surveyors, electricians, laborers and skilled workers.

In order to complete a construction project, a range of factors have to be considered, including budgeting, logistics, safety of the construction site, building materials, public inconvenience, environmental impact and scheduling. Other factors that should be considered are financial, design and legal issues, especially since there's always the possibility of a negative outcome during a construction project, such as structural collapse and cost overruns. Construction of buildings can be done as a public or private endeavor. Either way, it requires choosing a construction group or firm. The process consists of determining construction management-at-risk, hard bid, design and build, management contracting, design-build bridging and negotiated price. To help make a financial plan for construction projects, it's common for cost engineers, accountants and mortgage bankers to be a part of a construction team or endeavor.

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Construction Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Botswana Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... of 4.7% in real terms. This expansion will be supported primarily by thecommissioning of projects in the mining, water and energy sector. Regional connectivity projects will also contribute to Botswana'sinfrastructure growth over the coming years. Read More

  • Bulgaria Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... the country's construction industry, expanding 4.8% in 2018and accounting for 61% of total construction. The infrastructure market will be backed by government plans to improve thecountry's transport infrastructure through an influx of EU funds.The tourism ... Read More

  • Honduras Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... strong to moderate growth over the coming years supportedmajor infrastructure investments. Road construction in particular will remain a driver of overall construction industry growth withboth large-scale projects and smaller maintenance projects to see substantial investment. Read More

  • Nigeria Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... construction industry will accelerate in 2018 and remain robust over both our five- and ten-yearforecast periods. Supporting factors include the government's infrastructure development plans, higher oil revenues and effortsaimed at attracting private investment in projects. Read More

  • Oman Infrastructure Q1 2019

    Oman Infrastructure Q1 2019 Key View: We expect robust, broad-based growth in Oman's construction sector over the coming decade due to a combination of Read More

  • Austria Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... recovers from a decade in the doldrums, supported by significant transport infrastructure investmentand strengthening residential construction. Activity will be driven by committed public spending, growing private investment andinflows from EU institutions towards developing regional interconnectivity. Read More

  • Norway Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... construction market will be robust over the coming years, as the market benefits from the gradualrealisation of the government's transport investment plan, a ramp-up in investment in the hydrocarbon sector and ongoinginvestment into low-carbon infrastructure. Read More

  • Peru Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... View: Growth in Peru's construction industry will remain robust over the coming quarters, supported by investment into themining sector and government stimulus. However, political risks abound and major projects will likely continue to face delays. Read More

  • Industrial Design Services

    ... Design, (all based in the US), as well as Alessi (Italy), BUSSE Design (Germany), PDD (UK), and Seymourpowell (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for industrial design is driven by consumer spending and advances in technology. The ... Read More

  • Plumbing & HVAC Contractors

    ... COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE New technology for HVAC and plumbing applications are driving growth in the industry. Systems that connect HVAC, lighting, and security elements as well as tools to monitor energy use and efficiency are popular ... Read More

  • Architectural Services

    ... and Perkins + Will, as well as IBI (Canada), Nikken Sekkei (Japan), and Woods Bagot (Australia). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for architectural services depends heavily on the volume of residential and commercial construction. Because most costs ... Read More

  • Electrical Contractors

    ... in the US). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Most electrical work is driven by new residential and nonresidential construction activity. Operation, maintenance, and repair work (sometimes called "facilities services") is less sensitive to real estate cycles. Larger companies ... Read More

  • Duro Felguera SA (MDF) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    ... to you a clear and an unbiased view of the company’s key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats. The profile helps you formulate strategies that augment your business by enabling you to ... Read More

  • Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd. (1820) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    ... bring to you a clear and an unbiased view of the company’s key strengths and weaknesses and the potential opportunities and threats. The profile helps you formulate strategies that augment your business by enabling you ... Read More

  • Colombia Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... residential and non-residential construction investment as well as an uptick in spending on infrastructure supported bythe advance of the 4G highway programme as well as the likely launch of the Bogota Metro project in 2020. Read More

  • Kazakhstan Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... growth, as Chinese investment looking to leverage Kazakhstan's strategic geopolitical location inthe heart of Eurasia helps get projects off the ground. A positive demographic profile will support further investment into power andwater related infrastructure projects. Read More

  • Netherlands Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... sectors. As well as large-scalepublic investment in major projects aimed at expanding and modernising transport connections, many of which are backed byregional financing, the Netherlands is also proving a key hub for the development of ... Read More

  • Romania Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... - in the transport segment. Beyond 2020, aweaker project pipeline entails slower growth, while disputes with the EU due to ongoing political turmoil and concerns over the ruleof law pose a risk that structural funding ... Read More

  • Russia Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... construction sector growth in the country. A further intensification of political and economic tensions with the Westremains the most prominent downside risk, though there is scope for Chinese capital to pick up the investment slack. Read More

  • South Korea Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... believe that the prospects of South Korea’s construction sector will be much muted over the coming years mainlydue to weakness in residential construction and it being a developed and matured construction market, which limit growthopportunities. Read More

  • Spain Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... 5.1% in 2018. This will be drivenby the continued rebound of the residential construction sector. Post 2020, growth will slow, in line with the moderation of Spain'seconomy, more limited funding and a weakening project pipeline. Read More

  • Thailand Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... rulingjunta’s commitment to pursuing infrastructure development to drive economic growth. The focus will continue to be on thetransport segment, but will be constrained by an ageing population as capital expenditures are limited by weakening revenues. Read More

  • Yemen Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... degraded existing infrastructure. Declinesare expected across transport and energy infrastructure as well as residential/non-residential building over the short to mediumterm at least with only those projects backed by overseas funding, primarily from Saudi Arabia, expected ... Read More

  • Sri Lankan Air Conditioning Market, Forecast to 2022

    ... Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka allows total foreign ownership across several industries and imposes no restrictions on repatriation of earnings, fees, and capital. Supporting budgets and policies are expected to continually drive the industrial sector in ... Read More

  • Australia Infrastructure Q1 2019

    ... coming quarters due to the government’s efforts to enhance the network. While commodity prices have recovered, they are stillbelow the historical highs, which will limit construction activity in the mining sector over the coming years. Read More

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