Baltic construction report 2017-2019

The Baltic Construction Report, December 2016 edition, covers developments in building construction & civil engineering in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the period 2013-2019 (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 ( for more information. 

NOTE: A revised version covering 2014-2020 will be published late 2017.



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