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Heavy Construction Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The heavy construction market refers to heavy construction equipment, machinery and industrial vehicle products and associated services for heavy construction projects. Industrial vehicles for heavy construction include excavators, cranes, tunnel boring machines, bulldozers and loaders. Equipment for heavy construction can include drilling equipment, soil stabilizers, pile drivers, trucks, tankers and generators. The vehicles consist of five parts: control systems, implementation systems, information systems, power trains, structures and traction systems. Hydraulic components are an important part of heavy construction vehicles and are the major means for power transference to the tools and equipped machinery. Some key heavy machinery manufacturers include Bobcat Company, Caterpillar Incorporated, Deer and Company, Doosan Group, Fiat-Allis, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Ingersoll Rand, Kobelco, New Holland, Roto Tilt, and ST Kinetics.

Services relating to heavy construction can include engineering; equipment, vehicle and materials procurement; and construction itself or building (EPC). Contractors, engineers, distribution specialists, consultants, technicians, skilled workers and laborers make up the majority of workforces assigned to heavy construction projects. Examples of heavy construction projects include bridge and tunnel construction, large concrete structure construction (dams and aqueducts for instance), harbors, docks and other water projects, road and highway building, canal and waterway excavation, pipeline excavation and laying, other concrete and metal pipe projects, and steel structure construction. Heavy construction can include also demolition and wreckage activities in order to clear and prepare construction areas.

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Heavy Construction Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Heavy Construction (GLOBAL) - Industry Report

    ... including ACS ACTIVIDADES DE CONSTRUCCION Y SERVICIOS, S.A., TAISEI CORPORATION and PETER KIEWIT SONS INC. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll Publishing's latest Heavy ... Read More

  • Ghana Infrastructure Q4 2018

    ... back of steady economic expansion and a supportive environment for investment. Relative political stability and arobust demand profile for infrastructure will ensure foreign participation in the market is sustained, helping to progress a largeproject pipeline. Read More

  • Electricity Infrastructure Construction in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

    ... excluded from the industry. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis ... Read More

  • Greece Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... estimated to growby 2.0% in 2018 and an average of 3.6% CAGR over the decade to 2027. Strong growth in the infrastructure industry in 2018 willlargely be driven by construction of the TAP gas pipeline. ... Read More

  • Italy Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... as economicgrowth supports an increase in residential and non-residential construction investment. At the same time, we highlightrising downside risks to this outlook from the formation of a populist government in the country in June 2018. Read More

  • Power Line & Telecommunications Infrastructure Construction Contractors

    ... Industries, Henkels & McCoy, MasTec, and SBA Communications (all based in the US), as well as Nippon COMSYS (Japan), Sirti (Italy), and TKH Group (the Netherlands). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by increased electrical transmission ... Read More

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... Bosnia a EUR74.6mn credit line, while the EBRD has made EUR700 available forroad construction. We forecast a construction industry value expansion of 2.7% y-o-y in 2018, with an average annual real growth of2.8% over 2018-2027. Read More

  • Kuwait Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... to outperform over the course of our forecast period on the back of economicdiversification initiatives. An improving economy and higher oil prices will also have positive knock on effects with respect to state-driven infrastructure investment. Read More

  • Kenya Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... and cater to business and tourism in Nairobi, backed by substantial public and private investment. Issuesaround inadequate project preparation and concerns over the commercial viability of some developments will hinder a more rapidpace of development. Read More

  • Heavy Industry and Other Non-Building Construction in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

    ... include oil refineries (excluding buildings); pipelines; on-site assembly of boilers, furnaces or heavy electrical machinery from prefabricated components; and general repair of such structures, machinery and equipment. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and ... Read More

  • Mexico Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... increase in private investment fostered by an improved policyenvironment as well as by rising public capital investment. The potential for NAFTA to collapse and for a populist government to shiftmajor policies following Mexico's presidential election ... Read More

  • Rwanda Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... trajectory over the coming years, facilitated by thegovernment's openness to foreign investment. Investment will be focused on the expansion of power, transport andICT infrastructure as the government seeks to transform Rwanda into a knowledge-based economy. Read More

  • Austria Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... industry has made a strong returned to positive growth, driven by significant transportinfrastructure investment, strengthening residential construction and growing economic tailwinds. Activity is driven by committedpublic spending, growing private investment and inflows from the EU. Read More

  • Bulgaria Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... the country's road and railway network with the support ofEU funds will continue. The tourism sector will remain a substantial growth driver, while limited demand in non-residential buildingwill provide a drag. The demand for housing ... Read More

  • Japan Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... and 2020, growth in Japan's construction market will draw increased support from ongoing preparationsfor the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Beyond 2020, however, growth potential remains poor, weighed down by the country's weakmacroeconomic outlook and unfavourable demographics. Read More

  • Ethiopia Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... transform the country into a light manufacturing hub presents major development opportunities in logisticsinfrastructure and non-residential construction. We maintain our view foreign commitment to infrastructure projects will precludeany downturn in growth despite elevated social unrest. Read More

  • Ukraine Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... growth, limited public spending capacityand elevated economic and political risks will see both public and private investment into the sector remain elusive. Some upsiderisk stems from the provision of international funding aimed at recovery efforts ... Read More

  • Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

    ... companies include US-based Bechtel, Fluor, Granite Construction, Kiewit, and The Walsh Group, as well as ACS (Spain), China State Construction Engineering, Skanska (Sweden), and VINCI (France). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Heavy construction activity depends heavily on the ... Read More

  • Sweden Infrastructure Q3 2018

    ... Infrastructure growth will remain steady, with the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline projectset to break ground in 2018-2019. Despite a slower rate of expansion, Sweden's construction market will still outperform regionalpeers from a growth perspective. Read More

  • Infrastructure Insight: Mexico

    ... renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The total value of the infrastructure construction market reached MXN1.1 trillion (US$58.1 billion) in 2017, according to the Infrastructure Intelligence Center (IIC) - up from MXN962.4 ... Read More

  • Heavy Industry and Other Non-Building Construction in New Zealand - Industry Market Research Report

    ... sports fields construction; pipeline laying and construction; on-site assembly of boilers, furnaces or heavy electrical machinery from prefabricated components; and general repair of such structures, machinery and equipment. Road and bridge infrastructure construction are excluded ... Read More

  • Argentina Infrastructure Report Q3 2018

    ... Argentina's construction industry will see strong growth, outperforming the majority of markets in Latin America overthe next decade backed by strong government support for the sector and rising private investment into the country's public-privatepartnerships programme. Read More

  • Canada Infrastructure Report Q3 2018

    ... decade supported by substantial governmentinvestment in infrastructure including urban rail, water infrastructure and renewable energy projects.Residential and non-residentialconstruction will also be an important growth driver, supported by demand particularly in the country's growing urban areas. Read More

  • Finland Infrastructure Report Q3 2018

    ... over the short term, with the transport sector the major outperformerfor growth. Over the longer term, growth will slow, as economic weakness, structural constraints in the labour market and slowingEU investment hinder the market's expansion. Read More

  • Electricity and Power (Construction) in Austria: Market Analytics by Category & Cost Type to 2022

    ... and forecast market data for the electricity and power category in Austria, it also provides detailed breakdown of the data by construction activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by cost type ... Read More

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