With governments looking to construction sectors to ‘build their way’ out of the economic downfall caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, it has never been more important to understand government policy. We have broad capabilities across a range of infrastructure, residential, non-residential and commercial projects in key sectors, and can provide bespoke analysis to support clients’ business and financial projections.
How we can help
The analysis and forecasts in our services are useful for analysts and senior management to gain a deeper understanding of the engineering and construction sectors globally.
Analyse and demonstrate
Our award-wining methodology helps demystify the industry, enabling you focus on what matters. Oxford Economics’ detailed sub-sector coverage for construction and engineering activity across 55+ countries means that our clients are aware of the global state-of-play with regards to supply chains, cost escalation, materials availabilities, government announcements and more.
Support and assess
- Subscribers have access to our team of specialist economists to discuss methodologies and answer your questions.
- Asses how a specific region, country or sector is performing against other economies or sectors by utilising regular forecasts, reports and enhanced product features such as the global ‘Growth Tracker’.
Track past, current and future projects
We offer clients unparalleled insights into global engineering and construction projects. These insights stem from our integrated industry and macroeconomic models to inform decision makers with the tools they need to effectively plan. In addition to helping governments and investors with privatisation processes, we also offer ongoing support to help assess the performance of their assets.
Global Construction Service
Understand and shape the future of the global construction and engineering industry.Find Out More
Asia Construction Service
Detailed overviews of historical trends and future prospects for building activity across 12 key Asian countries and New Zealand.Find Out More
US Construction Service
A comprehensive five-year outlook for construction activity in the United States.Find Out More
Construction and Infrastructure Advice
Decades of experience combined with premier analytical frameworks enable us to provide you with the right advice at the right time.Find Out More
US Construction Service
Our new US construction forecasting service, created in partnership with ConstructConnect, provides a comprehensive five-year outlook for public and private construction activity in the United States.
“The team worked with Oxford Economics on a global analysis of our entire industry, a project which was both sizeable in scope and sizeable in the impact it had on our advocacy and communication programs. The project yielded outstanding analysis of the global reach our industry has around the world, and produced a number of thought leadership pieces and case studies that supported this analysis. We saw impressive media coverage resulting from the study. For this project, the Oxford Economics team proved to be a true partner.”
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