Global Construction 2030 Printed Report
Global Construction 2030 provides an in depth insight into the central construction drivers and trends across 48 major economies.
The report examines the key economic, political and demographic themes that underline construction activity.
A key theme in the report revolves around China's ongoing economic slowdown and the myriad of impacts this will have for construction in China and across the ASEAN region and beyond as China’s enormous construction capacity looks abroad for new demand.
In North America, we examine the likelihood of a cyclical rebound in the housing sector after a near decade of stagnation following the housing crash.
We look into the interplay between the US’s relatively constrained fiscal situation and the overwhelming need to upgrade the country’s infrastructure stock. More broadly, this issue plays out across much of the developed world – we examine the possibility of PPP deals to plug ailing infrastructure.
In India, the potential for construction growth is huge, but this is matched by the scale of the political and structural challenges. We take an in depth looks at the practical steps required for the world’s 2nd most populous country to fully realise its potential.
European construction has remained largely flat since the economic crisis – we look at how growth prospects in both economics and demographics will shape the continents construction outlook over the next 15 years.