This report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Italian construction industry including: The Italian construction industry’s growth prospects by market, project type and type of construction activity Analysis of equipment, material and service costs across each project type within Italy Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues, and the risks and opportunities they present to participants in the Italian construction industry.
Analyzing the profiles of the leading operators in the Italian construction industry Data highlights of the largest construction projects in Italy Buy this report OR Know more : http://www. jsbmarketresearch. com/construction/r-Construction-in-Italy-Key-Trends-and-Opportunities-97562 Executive summary The value of the Italian construction industry declined during 20072013; the size of the industry, in real value-add terms, in 2013 was just 73% of the level recorded in 2007.
The industrys total output registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -1. 55% in nominal terms during the review period (20092013). Weak economic conditions across the eurozone, high unemployment, low wage growth and public spending cuts contributed to this decline. The construction industry is expected to fare slightly better over the forecast period (20142018), as a result of an anticipated economic recovery in Europe, the Italian governments focus on infrastructure construction, increased investor sentiments and improved export demand. The industry is expected to record a forecast-period CAGR of 0. 76%. Scope This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in Italy.
It provides: Historical (2009-2013) and forecast (2014-2018) valuations of the construction industry in Italy using construction output and value-add methods Segmentation by sector (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, institutional and residential) and by project type Breakdown of values within each project type, by type of activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by type of cost (materials, equipment and services)
Analysis of key construction industry issues, including regulation, cost management, funding and pricing Detailed profiles of the leading construction companies in Italy Key highlights Italys construction industry has been in decline since 2008, with output value in real terms in 2013 being equivalent to around 76% of that recorded in 2007. In real value-add terms, the industry contracted by 5. 9% in 2013, following an average annual decline of 5. 4% in the preceding four years.
High unemployment rates, low wage growth and public spending cuts have contributed to this downturn, particularly in the institutional, residential and commercial construction markets. Declining property prices have also reduced household wealth. The forecast-period outlook for construction in Italy is expected to fare slightly better, due to improving consumer and investor confidence, and positive developments in regional and global economic conditions. The Italian government is promoting the development of its construction industry to support economic growth, maintain employment levels and help improve living conditions. Despite austerity measures, the government is investing in infrastructure projects due to the nations hosting of the 2015 World Expo.
The government has announced various infrastructure projects, such as the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport terminal expansion project, the Bari-Taranto High-Speed Railway Line Duplication project and the Autostrada Val di Sambro Tunnel project to improve bridges, ports, roads, highways, airports, railways and power supplies, which will ultimately lead to the all-round development and modernization of the countrys infrastructure. In 2013, the Italian government allocated EUR2 billion (US$2. 7 billion) to the expansion and improvement of regional highways, and the maintenance of the countrys rail network and other infrastructure developments.
The amount will be spent over 20132017. The need for enhanced transport facilities across the country will lead to improvements in the countrys infrastructure construction over the forecast period.
Urbanization trends will continue to provide some support for residential construction. According to the World Bank, the countrys urban population as a proportion of the total population increased from 67. 2% in 2000 to 68. 6% in 2012. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the countrys urban population is expected to increase at a similar pace over the forecast period; the rate of urbanization is expected to grow by 0. 5% annually until 2015.
Reasons to buy Identify and evaluate market opportunities using our standardized valuation and forecasting methodologies Assess market growth potential at a micro-level with over 600 time-series data forecasts Understand the latest industry and market trends Formulate and validate business strategies using Timetric’s critical and actionable insight Assess business risks, including cost, regulatory and competitive pressures Evaluate competitive risk and success factors Table of Content:- 1 Summary 2 Market Overview.
2. 1 Key Trends and Issues 2. 2 Benchmarking by Market Size and Growth 3 Commercial Construction 3. 1 Performance Outlook 3. 2 Key Trends and Issues 3. 3 Data and Project Highlights 4 Industrial Construction 4. 1 Performance Outlook 4. 2 Key Trends and Issues 4. 3 Data and Project Highlights 5 Infrastructure Construction 5. 1 Performance Outlook 5. 2 Key Trends and Issues 5. 3 Data and Project Highlights 6 Institutional Construction 6. 1 Performance Outlook 6. 2 Key Trends and Issues 6. 3 Data and Project Highlights 7 Residential Construction.
7. 1 Performance Outlook 7. 2 Key Trends and Issues 7. 3 Data and Project Highlights 8 Company Profile: Saipem SpA 8. 1 Saipem SpA Company Overview 8. 2 Saipem SpA Business Description 8. 3 Saipem SpA Main Services 8. 4 Saipem SpA History 8. 5 Saipem SpA Company Information 8. 5. 1 Saipem SpA key competitors 8. 5. 2 Saipem SpA key employees 9 Company Profile: Atlantia SpA 9. 1 Atlantia SpA Company Overview 9. 2 Atlantia SpA Business Description 9. 3 Atlantia SpA Main Services 9. 4 Atlantia SpA History 9. 5 Atlantia SpA Company Information 9. 5. 1 Atlantia SpA key competitors 9. 5. 2 Atlantia SpA key employees 10 Company Profile: Astaldi SpA 10.
1 Astaldi SpA Company Overview 10. 2 Astaldi SpA Business Description 10. 3 Astaldi SpA Main Services 10. 4 Astaldi SpA History 10. 5 Astaldi SpA Company Information 10. 5. 1 Astaldi SpA key competitors 10. 5. 2 Astaldi SpA key employees 11 Company Profile: Maire Tecnimont SpA 11. 1 Maire Tecnimont SpA Company Overview 11. 2 Maire Tecnimont SpA Business Description 11. 3 Maire Tecnimont SpA Main Services 11. 4 Maire Tecnimont SpA History 11. 5 Maire Tecnimont SpA Company Information 11. 5. 1 Maire Tecnimont SpA key competitors 11. 5. 2 Maire Tecnimont SpA key employees 12 Company Profile: Salini Impregilo SpA 12. 1 Salini Impregilo SpA. Company Overview
12. 2 Salini Impregilo SpA Business Description 12. 3 Salini Impregilo SpA Main Services 12. 4 Salini Impregilo SpA History 12. 5 Salini Impregilo SpA Company Information 12. 5. 1 Salini Impregilo SpA key competitors 12. 5. 2 Salini Impregilo SpA key employees 13 Market Data Analysis 13. 1 Construction Output and Value Add 13. 1. 1 Construction output by project type 13. 1. 2 Construction output by cost type 13. 1. 3 Construction output by activity type 13. 1. 4 Construction value add by project type 13. 2 Commercial Construction 13. 2. 1 Commercial construction output by project type 13. 2. 2 Commercial construction output by cost type 13. 2.
3 Commercial construction output by activity type 13. 2. 4 Commercial construction value add by project type 13. 3 Industrial Construction 13. 3. 1 Industrial construction output by project type 13. 3. 2 Industrial construction output by cost type 13. 3. 3 Industrial construction output by activity type 13. 3. 4 Industrial construction value add by project type 13. 4 Infrastructure Construction 13. 4. 1 Infrastructure construction output by project type 13. 4. 2 Infrastructure construction output by cost type 13. 4. 3 Infrastructure construction output by activity type 13. 4. 4 Infrastructure construction value add by project type 13. 5 Institutional Construction 13. 5.
1 Institutional construction output by project type 13. 5. 2 Institutional construction output by cost type 13. 5. 3 Institutional construction output by activity type 13. 5. 4 Institutional construction value add by project type 13. 6 Residential Construction 13. 6. 1 Residential construction output by project type 13. 6. 2 Residential construction output by cost type 13. 6. 3 Residential construction output by activity type 13. 6. 4 Residential construction value add by project type 14 Appendix 14. 1 What is this Report About? 14. 2 Definitions 14. 3 Summary Methodology 14. 4 Methodology 14. 5 Contact Timetric 14. 6 About Timetric 14. 7 Timetrics Services 14. 8 Disclaimer
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