Euroconstruct

Forecasting European construction

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The EUROCONSTRUCT Report: Data, analysis & forecasts of both buildings & civil engineering covers 19 countries in Western & Central Eastern Europe in the next 2-3 years.

EUROCONSTRUCT is an unbeatable source for knowledge on upcoming developments in building construction and civil engineering in Europe. The Euroconstruct Report provides detailed, well documented analyses and forecasts of construction in each of the 19 countries to aid your planning and strategy work.

EUROCONSTRUCT has been in continuous development since 1974 by CIFS and its partners. CIFS is the Danish partner and the representative of Euroconstruct in Denmark. For a list of partners, visit the Euroconstruct organisation website.

Introduction to the Euroconstruct reports

The report presents top-notch analysis and detailed forecasts of construction in 19 European construction markets in the next years, with extensive analysis and documentation and comprehensive tables of forecast in all 19 countries (see list below) for a large number of sub-sectors in construction.

Note: Clients from other of the 19 Euroconstruct member countries are requested to contact their local representative. A list of the local contacts can be found on www.euroconstruct.org, where you can also find information about upcoming Euroconstruct conferences.

The Euroconstruct Report covers construction trends in each of the 19 countries in the network: Austria [AT], Belgium [BE] , Czech Republic [CZ], Denmark [DK], Finland [FI], France [FR] Germany [DE], Hungary [HU], Ireland [IE], Italy [IT], Netherlands [NL], Norway [NO], Poland [PL], Portugal [PT], Slovakia [SK], Spain [ES], Sweden [SE], Switzerland [CH], and United Kingdom [UK]. The member from each country is listed here.

The EUROCONSTRUCT Report, 29th Nov. 2019

Data, analyses, forecasts and overview 2019-2022 for 19 countries in Western and East Central Europe. Present forecast: 2019-2022 (Nov. 2019).

The package includes:

- Survey 2016-2022: Detailed, documented analysis and forecasts for countries and construction subsectors

- A comprehensive picture of future market conditions in 19 key countries

- Overview in single page format of each of the 19 countries  2016-2022

- Overview in single page format of each significant subsector in each country 2016-2022

Details on The EUROCONSTRUCT Report

  1. Country Report section:

Analyses + detailed tables for trends up to and including 2022 for 19 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.

A total of around 480 pages, with 10-20 pages on each of the 19 countries (plus 6 pages of standard data and forecast tables for each country)

  1. Summary Report section:

The big picture, with thematic analyses, eg. new residential construction in Europe and tables covering all countries for each theme. Around 180 pp.

Includes about 60 standard tables, covering developments in one factor (e.g. New residential construction) 2016-2022 for all 19 countries, in a half- or one-page format.

  1. Extensive data files:

Around 10,000 single data points, in an elegant table format. Ideal for analysing your specific future markets based on the EUROCONSTRUCT data & forecasts.

Note: All data in these reports are confidential.

Note that purchase from one of the other countries in the Euroconstruct network must be from the local partner (unless your company is represented in Denmark). You’ll find links to the other partners on the euroconstruct.org website.

Forecasts of construction in European countries not covered by The Euroconstruct Report

CIFS offers three further reports on building construction & civil engineering in other European countries, developed by our partners in the Euroconstruct network.

These reports present data, analyses & forecasts of building construction and civil engineering. Two of the reports have a structure very similar to that of the Euroconstruct Report, while the third (The EECFA Forecast) differs a bit more, but remains an excellent source of knowledge.

These reports are:

The Baltic Construction Report (see below) covering trends in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The Russia Construction Report (see below) covering trends Russia in the next 2-3 years (with some details of regional trends in this huge market).

The EECFA Construction Forecast (see below) covering trends in 8 countries in Eastern & South Eastern Europe in the next 1-2 years. Coverage: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, and the Ukraine.

All these three reports (on Baltic / Russia / EECFA Construction): updated December 2019.

Baltic construction report 2019 - 2022

The Baltic Construction Report, December 2019 edition, covers developments in building construction & civil engineering in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the period 2016-2022 (forecast), with rather detailed analyses of trends and possibilities, in particular for building construction, in each of the countries.

The structure of the report is based on that of the well-established EUROCONSTRUCT reports.

The Baltic Construction Report is basically similar to three country chapters in the Euroconstruct report, each with introduction and overview, analysis of the overall economic trends, of trends in residential construction, in (a number of types of) non-residential construction, and in civil engineering. Note, however, that the tables with historical figures and forecasts are less comprehensive than in the Euroconstruct reports.

This unrivaled analysis and decision tool can be bought at CIFS. Please contact senior executive consultant Anders Bjerre (abj@cifs.dk) for more information. 

Russia construction report 2019 - 2022

The Russia Construction Report, December 2019 edition, covers developments in Russian building construction & civil engineering in the period 2016-2022 (forecast), with rather detailed analyses of trends and possibilities, in particular for building construction.

The structure of the report is based on that of the well-established EUROCONSTRUCT reports.

The Russia Construction Report is basically similar to a (very comprehensive) country chapter in the Euroconstruct report, with introduction and overview, analysis of the overall economic trends, of trends in residential construction, in (a number of types of) non-residential construction, and in civil engineering. Note, however, that the tables with historical figures and forecasts are less comprehensive than in the Euroconstruct reports. There is some regional detail, however, focusing on construction in Moscow & St. Petersburg, respectively.

Construction in 8 Countries in Eastern & South Eastern Europe 2019-2021

The Winter 2019 Forecast from EECFA (Eastern European Construction Forecast Association) (The December 2019 EECFA Report).

This forecast report is organised by one of the Euroconstruct partners, but the analysis is done by their partners in the 8 countries covered. The structure varies somewhat from the Euroconstruct report, but coverage of construction trends is excellent too, only the categories are different. The forecast is a bit shorter too, covering only around two years after the time of publication.

The 8 countries covered are significant markets in Eastern and South Eastern Europe (although large parts of Russia and Turkey are outside Europe), varying from the rather small to the very large:

Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Ukraïne.

There are historical data and forecasts for the main categories of construction (e.g. residential construction, non-residential construction, civil engineering, all split into new versus renovation and maintenance except civil engineering in Turkey where only the total is available) for all countries. Data and forecasts for new residential construction, new non-residential construction and for civil engineering are split into a number of sub-categories, but coverage varies a bit from country to country, depending on availability of reliable data for each country.

For more information on the EUROCONSTRUCT forecasts and the publications, as well as advice on strategy in relation to urban development, construction needs in various sectors (residential and non-residential), construction materials and related areas, please contact head of initiative.

Head of Initiative