Paul Thomen

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Poland Construction Market Forecasts to 2016

The report “Construction sector in Poland 2014 – Regional focus. Development forecasts for 2014-2016″ by PMR is now available at Contact with Construction sector in Poland 2014 – Regional focus. Development forecasts for 2014-2016 in subject line and your contact details to purchase this report or get your questions answered.

Study Poland’s construction market using a regional approach.
Report focuses on current conditions and delivers prospects for 2014-2016. 

Which part of Poland offers the most opportunity in terms of construction projects? In which regions are the most talked about planned and new projects located? Which voivodship has issued the largest number of building permits for its non-residential construction segment? For residential construction? How are construction and assembly volumes expected to change in each region during the period from 2014-2016?
Now you can examine the Polish construction market in terms of regional activity within the pages of a single, comprehensive report targeted to meet the business information needs of contractors, construction machinery businesses, and consultants, researchers and analysts interested in this field. Construction sector in Poland 2014 – regional focus, Development forecasts for 2014-2016 from PMR offers answers to all these questions and many more.

In addition to the latest regional information, this document provides the data and analysis necessary for informed comparison of the prospects available in each region for each of the main market segments – residential, non-residential and civil engineering – of the Polish construction market. It delivers information concerning the investment values of projects in each voivodship, based upon permit totals for each type of building project and evaluates current and projected construction and assembly volumes for each region.

This publication also supplies specific data describing categories of interest to a wide variety of Polish construction industry professionals, such as the total of building permits issued within each Polish voivodship, expenditures of Poland’s General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways, recent and planned infrastructure, road, commercial and industrial and residential building projects by voivodship.
Readers will learn about the value of construction markets within the various voivodships, and the regions where activity is highest in terms of residential and road construction when they review this informative document, and discover the regions that offer the most opportunity for their particular type of enterprise. In this regard, the report works as a valuable tool for conducting operations, planning future expansion, launching new machinery and equipment on this market.
Construction sector in Poland 2014 – regional focus, Development forecasts for 2014-2016 is a timesaving document that enables contractors, construction machinery manufacturers and distributors current on market issues and activity, as well as potential opportunities in each region. It is an essential aid for professionals who need to prepare executive and shareholder market reports, estimate machinery and equipment demand and determine market share of specific companies. The report surveys the competitive outlook in Polish construction and equips readers to conduct their own competition research quickly and accurately.
Table Of Contents

Methodology 15
Executive summary 17
Mazowieckie 25
Slaskie 43
Wielkopolskie 59
Malopolskie 73
Dolnoslaskie 89
Pomorskie 103
Lodzkie 117
Kujawsko-Pomorskie 131
Podkarpackie 145
Zachodniopomorskie 161
Lubelskie 177
Warminsko-Mazurskie 191
Swietokrzyskie 205
Podlaskie 217
Lubuskie 231
Opolskie 245
List of graphs 257
List of tables 263
About PMR 269
For further information on Construction sector in Poland 2014 – Regional focus. Development forecasts for 2014-2016” report OR for any other business research / market intelligence need on the ‘Construction’ market ( .), contact / Call +1 888 391 5441.

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