DUBLIN — (BUSINESS WIRE) — August 16, 2012 — Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c39g2z/civil_engineering) has announced the addition of the "Civil Engineering Construction Market In Central Europe 2012" report to their offering.
Road and railway construction projects in Central European countries are on the upswing in recent months, pushing increases in output up as high as 45% in Bulgaria and 60% in Poland. These increases far surpass those experienced in the residential and commercial construction sectors, and are fueled by conditions created by trends and other factors such as EU funding and renovation requirements.
Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 provides comprehensive coverage of current and forecast activity in the road, railway, environmental protection and heavy industrial construction sectors in six Central European countries: Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. This essential guide to the market equips readers with complete data, analysis and forecasts for the Central European market in general as well for each segment in each of the covered countries.
The report is characterized by its in-depth analysis of all six markets and the major segments. It examines the recent development of civil engineering construction and creates a cohesive picture of the influences trends such as increased funding, competition and fuel and materials prices have had and will continue to exert on market expansion. It supplies current and forecast values for the general market as well as for each of its major segments: projects aimed at environmental protection, heavy industrial construction and road, railway and airport projects in each country. It delineates market structures, offers projected growth rates for each segment and details top sources of funding for recent and planned projects, while engaging in analysis of noteworthy upcoming ventures.
Key Topics Covered:
I. Report methodology
II. Executive summary
IV. Czech Republic
IX. List of tables
X. About PMR
XI. Contact PMR
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