Key trends and opportunities for 2025

India

Despite a 12.4 percent drop in 2020, the Indian construction industry is predicted to expand by 11.8 percent in 2021. Last year, the sector’s impact was evaluated by disease outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and consequent lock-ups. Fortunately, government investment in infrastructure development helped revitalize the sector in the fourth quarter of 2020. According to the Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation (MOSPI), inflation in India’s construction sector grew by 14.5% per annum (YoY) in Q1 2021 — from YoY’s growth of 6.5% in Q4 and a decrease of 7.2% in -Q3 2020.

GlobalData expects the industry to continue to recover over the remainder of the forecast period, growing by 6.7% in real terms between 2022–2025, with total exports exceeding pre-term levels by 2022. Invested in transport, energy, housing and industrial infrastructure projects. In the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021/2022 budget, the government has allocated INR5.5 trillion (US $ 78.2 billion) in spending. An increase in the number of projects in the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) was also announced, which increased from 6,835 projects to 7,400; as of June 2021, the number of projects in the NIP has risen to 7,973. To fund new projects, the government plans to increase spending on intermediate budgets and establish a new INR200 billion development fund (US $ 2.8 billion), with a target of INR5 trillion (US $ 70.5 billion) over the next three years.

The sector growth in the forecast period will also be supported by the government’s plan to significantly increase the affordable housing stock for low- and middle-income participants, under the ‘Housing for All’ program by 2022. Climate growth will also be supported by the government’s plan to complete the construction of highway and 23 new road projects by FY2024 / 2025, with an estimated investment of INR3.3 trillion (US $ 46 billion) over the next five years.

The research presents a comprehensive marketing research, knowledge, and understanding of the Indian construction sector, which include the following –

Prospects for the growth of the Indian construction industry through market, project type and construction activity

Critical understanding of the impact of trends and sector problems, as well as an analysis of major risks and opportunities in the Indian construction industry

Pipeline analysis of a mega project, focusing on development stages and participants, in addition to a list of major pipeline projects.

Scope

The building business in India is examined in depth in this study. Provides –

· Historical (2016–2010) and future (2021–2025) construction industry forecasts in India, including important contributing factors.

· Division of sectors (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, energy and resources, institutions and settlements) and sub-sector

· Mega project pipeline analysis, including the impairment of the development phase in all sectors, and the estimated cost of existing pipeline projects.

· Big projects are listed, along with contact information for important contractors and consultants.

Reasons to Buy

· Identify and evaluate market opportunities using standardized measurement methods and GlobalData predictions.

· Test the growth potential of the market at a lower level with more than 600 time series data predictions.

· Understand the latest industry and market trends.

· Develop and validate a strategy using the critical and feasible understanding of GlobalData.

· Assess business risk, including costs, regulation and competitive pressures.

· Measure the risk of competition with the factors of success.

Australia

The Australian construction industry is expected to register annual growth of 2.3% for real by 2021 — up from a 2.3% agreement by 2020. The sector’s output this year will be supported by housing, while non-residential construction, which is supported by growth last year, may be lagging behind. In the short term, the worst risk of industrial eviction stems from a temporary halt in construction activities in Greater Sydney, from 19 to 30 July 2021, due to rising cases of delonavirus deltavirus divergence, and closures that followed measures to stop the spread.

Fortunately, the government is focused on the infrastructure rehabilitation program, and as part of its financial year (FY) 2021/2022 (July 2021-June 2022) The budget released in May 2021, announced another AUD15.2 billion (US $ 11.8 billion) investment in infrastructure. He is working for the next ten years. In its latest budget, the government also extended the First Home Loan Deposit and New Home Guarantee scheme and introduced the Family Home Guarantee program. The three programs are expected to support the construction industry in the short and medium term, highlighted by the strong growth in residential permits this year. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the total number of approved residential properties in the country increased by 40.7% per annum -on per year (YoY) in the first five months of 2021.

The publisher anticipates the industry to pick up steam in the second half of the forecast period, growing at a 3.4 percent annual rate between 2022 and 2025, with investment for transportation, housing, mining, energy, and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) projects. The government revealed in April 2021 that it had acquired 121,000 applications from HomeBuilder, which is projected to complete housing projects worth AUD30 billion (US $ 18.4 billion). The release of the residential sector in the forecast period will also be based on the RBA’s potential commitment to maintain a legitimate minimum wage, coupled with improved economic activity and job losses. In another positive development, many national governments have released their FY2021 / 2022 budget, with funding for transport, housing, health and education infrastructure projects. In the long run, sector growth will be supported by AUD110 billion (US $ 74.7 billion) investment in transport infrastructure over the next decade under a dynamic infrastructure program.

The report provides detailed market analysis, data and insights into the Australian construction industry, including:

Prospects for the growth of the Australian construction industry through market, project type and construction activity

Critical understanding of the impact of trends and sector problems, as well as an analysis of major risks and opportunities in the Australian construction industry

Pipeline analysis of a mega project, focusing on development stages and participants, in addition to a list of major pipeline projects.

Scope

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in Australia. Offers:

· Historical (2016–2020) and forecasts (2021–2025) estimates of the Australian construction industry, with details of key growth drivers.

· Division of sectors (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, energy and resources, institutions and settlements) and sub-sector

· Mega project pipeline analysis, including the impairment of the development phase in all sectors, and the estimated cost of existing pipeline projects.

· A list of prominent works, as well as contact information for leading contractors and consultants

Reasons to Buy

· Identify and evaluate market opportunities using quantitative measurement methods and forecasting methods.

· Test the growth potential of the market at a lower level with more than 600 time series data predictions.

· Understand the latest industry and market trends.

· Plan and validate the strategy using the critical and practical understanding of the publisher.

· Assess business risk, including costs, regulation and competitive pressures.

· Measure the risk of competition with the factors of success.

Saudi Arabia

After obtaining a contract by 0.4 percent by 2020, Saudi Arabia’s construction industry is predicted to retrieve by 2021, rising by 2.9 percent. The industry is predicted to retrieve for the rest of the forecast period, expanding by 4% between 2022 and 2025. The government’s focus on comprehensive infrastructure development, along with capacity building programmes, is intended to drive industrial output, with the goal of economic diversification away from oil.

With the fall in oil prices and the disruption of the COVID-19 outbreak, in December 2020, the government announced a budget of SAR990 billion (US $ 263.9 billion) for the year 2021. , which means that the main objective of State policy in the short term is to reduce budget deficits, rather than to increase economic growth. However, there is a huge pipeline for projects related to long-term merger plans under Vision 2030. This was emphasized by the crown prince’s announcement in January 2021 that the Public Investment Fund (PIF) would invest SAR3 trillion (US $ 800 billion) in projects in the country over the next decade.

The research includes a complete market research, as well as expertise and emphasizing of the Saudi Arabian construction industry, such as:

Saudi Arabia’s construction industry development by market, project type, and construction activity.

Critical understanding of the impact of trends and sector problems, as well as an analysis of major risks and opportunities in the Saudi Arabian construction industry

Pipeline analysis of a mega project, focusing on development stages and participants, in addition to a list of major pipeline projects.

Scope

The article offers a detailed examination of Saudi Arabia’s construction industry. Offers –

· Historical (2016–2020) and forecasted (2021–2025) construction industry projections in Saudi Arabia, including insights on significant growth determinants.

· Division of sectors (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, energy and resources, institutions and settlements) and sub-sector

· Mega project pipeline analysis, including the impairment of the development phase in all sectors, and the estimated cost of existing pipeline projects.

· Listing of major projects, in addition to details of leading contractors and consultants

Reasons to Buy

· Identify and evaluate market opportunities using estimation methods and standard publisher predictions.

· Test the growth potential of the market at a lower level with more than 600 time series data predictions.

· Understand the latest industry and market trends.

· Develop and validate a strategy using critical and professional understanding of the publisher.

· Assess business risk, including costs, regulation and competitive pressures.

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