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Reliable construction forecasts
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Easily dissect global construction trends
Our construction services provide regular reports that outline key drivers of the construction industry, and include historical data as well as forecasts for a range of building activity indicators. Our construction services are used by industry leaders across all key regions to inform strategic decisions and forward planning.
Our proprietary "work done value” forecasts
Oxford Economics provides forecasts for the value of work done, which is defined as the total money paid to construction companies for construction activity they have undertaken.
Compared to other metrics, “work done value” most closely relates to construction businesses’ turnover. Businesses can clearly map their revenues to Oxford Economics’ forecasts, to understand when, where and which sectors should be their focus.
Founded on deep expertise
- Extensive coverage forecasts: 20+ indicators 70 countries.
- Expertise in project life cycles and quantitative modelling of activity.
- Incorporates our broader macroeconomic view through our fully integrated system of quantitative models.
- A team of sector experts available to answer questions.
Oxford Economics leverages global expertise to provide in-depth global construction coverage, project listings, capacity exploration and timely research reports.
Global Construction Service
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Australian Construction Forecasting
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Global Construction Service
Our service provides regular reports that outline the key drivers of construction, and includes historical data as well as forecasts for a range of building activity indicators.
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