By Joel Scanlon
Research and Markets has added a new report titled "Construction Sector in Poland H1, 2012" to its offering.
The report, Construction sector in Poland, H1 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014, is a study of the construction market in Poland and its major sections of civil engineering, residential and non-residential. It provides complete growth forecasts and an inside view of the competitive landscape, and assessment of major trends as well as legal developments set in motion to influence marketplace conditions for contractors and manufacturers of materials utilized within the industry.
This research report features a number of informative and useful tables and databases including a comparative database of 100 planned projects, a database containing information on 100 premiere construction companies of Poland, a comparative table of 20 leading marketers in contracting services and a table showing top materials manufacturers making nine categories of frequently used products. It also includes an entire segment dedicated to project-related news as well as information on competitive companies.
The document provides market development records for the past six months, covers fundamental indicators for the future, including proposed apartment construction to 2014, evolution of prices, measurements and investment levels of current roadway projects and projected totals for the whole forecast period. Trend analysis is a key element of the new research report, which analyzes factors such as foreign and domestic commercial investments, macroeconomic indicators, EU and government funds set aside to support planned developments and status in cement production. The document traces these conditions and analyzes how they will influence wages, employment, earnings of major companies, costs for materials and equipment and inclusion of new companies in the market.