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Cracow, Malopolskie, Poland, 2011/08/11 - Poland hosts a dynamic road construction sector funded by the General Director for National Roads and Motorways, National Road Fund and EU subsidies, with many projects dedicated to Euro 2012 - PMRCorporate.com.
Demand for information about changes in store for this sector is rising, and Road construction sector in Poland 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014 meets that demand.
“The report presents the current and forecasted trends, both for the road construction market as a whole, and its individual segments, i.e. national, regional and local government road construction. The report focuses mainly on forecasts for the market in the coming years, taking into account macroeconomic forecasts, the volume of planned investment, and funding possibilities for the planned projects. An important section of the report is the profiles of top ten road contractors in Poland, accompanied by the analysis of their current situation and strategies for the next years.”
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This 7th edition document examines the various sources of investment fueling the road construction sector, making it the largest segment of Poland’s construction market. It considers how investment levels will combine with macroeconomic data to influence market growth over the next three years. It provides extensive analysis of the roads sector as a whole, and then breaks down the various segments, including: national as compared to local road construction, road construction as opposed to engineering projects, asphalt compared to concrete roads completed, public projects versus private/public partnership investments and new road construction projects as opposed to repair of existing roadways.
The largest road construction projects (over PLN50m) planned for the coming years are listed, compared and examined in detail, and the country’s top ten construction companies are profiled in terms of project value and future strategy, and their most recent financial information is provided. The report features a map of recently completed projects and their contractors, along with summaries of planned investments and complete SWOT analysis for the entire construction market.
While preparing Road construction sector in Poland 2011, Development forecasts for 2011-2014, PMR’s expert analysts (pmrcorporate.com) have thoroughly researched all salient aspects of the market, consulted their most reliable sources and created a market guide that answers the questions of readers on all major issues with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic marketplace.