CONSTRUCTION MARKET REPORTS


EUROCONSTRUCT provides detailed bi-annual construction market forecasts for the overall economy and all main construction sectors: residential construction, non-residential construction and civil engineering. These forecasts are presented at the EUROCONSTRUCT conferences for the first time and are published in the EUROCONSTRUCT Country and Summary Reports. The reports are available for purchase for non-participating clients in the week after the conference. The latest reports are based on the 83rd EUROCONSTRUCT Conference in Amsterdam, 8-9 June 2017.


83rd EUROCONSTRUCT report sales start on Monday, 12th June 2017, 12 pm.

 

EUROCONSTRUCT COUNTRY REPORT

Detailed mid-term forecasts with in-depth national market information; series published since 1976.

 

Country-by-country construction market analyses on 450 pages covering

  • 19 countries
  • 3 main building areas
  • including subsectors &
  • macro-economic trends


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EUROCONSTRUCT SUMMARY REPORT

Comprehensive and well llustrated with maps, charts and tables; series published since 1990s.
 

Europewide sectoral construction market overview on 200 pages
covering

  • Overall economy
  • Housing construction
  • Non-residential
  • Civil engineering


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PURCHASE INFO

Both publications – EUROCONSTRUCT Country and Summary Report – can be ordered directly from your local representativie of the EUROCONSTRUCT network. The reports are available electronically as pdf-document and as hard copy.
Please contact your local representative for additional purchasing information.

Orders from outside the EUROCONSTRUCT area
Please get in touch with any EUROCONSTRUCT representative in case there is no local EUROCONSTRUCT network partner in your country.



DATA CONTENTS

GENERAL ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

2013-19: absolute number or percentage
population - households - unemployed  in 000s
unemployment rate,  consumer and construction prices  in %
short term interest rate - long term interest rate  in %


2016: output in billion Euro
2013-19: annual average percentage change

Private Consumption - Public Consumption
Gross Domestic Fixed Capital Formation
Stocks - Exports - Imports
Gross Domestic Product 
 

CONSTRUCTION BY TYPE


2016: output in million Euro
2013-19: annual average
 percentage change 
Residential Construction split by new, renovation, total
Non-Residential Construction split by new, renovation, total
Building Construction split by new, renovation, total
Civil Engineering split by new, renovation, total

Construction Output  total
Domestic Cement Consumption  total

RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION


2013-19: dwellings in 000s
Residential Building Permits
Housing Starts
Housing Completions
all split by 1+2 family houses and flats

Housing Stock
thereof Second Homes
thereof Vacancies

Home Ownership Rate  in %
 

NEW NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION


2016: output in million Euro,
2013-19: annual average percentage change

Educational Buildings
Health Buildings
Industrial Buildings
Storage Buildings
Office Buildings
Commercial Buildings
Agricultural Buildings
Miscellaneous
New Non-Residential Buildings total

TOTAL CIVIL ENGINEERING


2016: volume in million Euro
2013-19: annual average percentage change

Road Construction
Railway Constrcution
Other Transport Construction
Total Transport Construction
Telecommunications
Energy Works
Water Works
Miscellaneous
Civil Engineering total


REGIONAL COVERAGE 

THE EUROCONSTRUCT network (marked light blue in the map below) as well as our construction market reports cover currently 19 European countries which can be split in following areas:


 

BIG-5 Countries

France, Germany, Italy,
Spain, United Kingdom

 

Northern Countries

Denmark, Finland, Ireland,
Norway, Sweden

 

Smaller Countries

Austria, Belgium, Netherlands,
Portugal, Switzerland

 

Eastern Countries

Czech Republic, Hungary
Poland, Slovak Republic


The EUROCONSTRUCT network also extends to the Baltic countries and further Eastern European countries (marked grey in the map) through our Finnish partner Forecon and Hungarian partner Buildecon (EECFA Research Centre). Please note that these countries are not included in the standard reports and have to be ordered separately.

Please contact for:
Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine
Mr. Janos Gaspar
EECFA Research Centre
janos.gaspar@buildecon.com

Baltic countries and Russia
Mr. Markku Riihimäki 
Forecon
info@forecon.fi 

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