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Cracow, Malopolskie, Poland, 2012/04/23 - Recent months have witnessed signs of recovery in the construction sector in Romania, with civil engineering posting the largest overall gains for 2011 - PMRCorporate.com.
New construction permits for non-residential projects rose during the year, and investors and developers gravitated toward retail and services oriented construction. Residential construction lagged slightly behind the other segments, with fewer new starts due to an ample amount of existing stock currently on the market.
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This new report offers in depth analysis of the market as a whole and by segment, providing data on price changes, employment and wage levels, and the number of companies at work in the marketplace and their financial situations. Market and segment values are presented, along with expected changes during the period to 2014. Plans for new infrastructure projects are reviewed, financing sources are revealed and growth tracking is provided for each segment, highlighting the areas expected to see the most growth within the briefest period of time.
Special features of this information package include an Excel directory of the 100 largest and most active companies in Romanian construction and an Excel database that provides details on the top 100 projects planned for Romanian construction in the coming months.
The report analyses the competitive landscape of the construction industry in Romania by evaluating the capacity and performance of the key players in each market segment, including construction companies, providers of contracting services and manufacturers of construction materials. It provides a wealth of forward-looking data such as the total number of apartments expected to be built by 2014 and presents all information in a format that facilitates comparison with PMR’s companion construction market reports on other Central and Eastern European countries such as Poland and Czech Republic.
While preparing Construction sector in Romania 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014, PMR’s expert analysts have thoroughly researched all salient aspects of the market, consulted their most reliable sources and answered readers’ questions with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic market sector.