Construction and Infrastructure Advice

Construction sector demand and market capacity analysis to inform your strategic growth plans and monitor risks.

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Bespoke advice for your decisions

Decades of experience combined with premier analytical frameworks enable us to provide you with the right advice at the right time.

Strategic planning

Understand the outlook and drivers of construction demand specific to your organisation. Our industry expertise combined with our macroeconomic forecast models enables us to quantify the outlook for your sector – providing you with an evidence base for future growth plans.

Market capacity

Monitor market capacity and supply chain risk to help keep your project on budget and on schedule. We have a deep understanding of local and global construction sector supply chains which helps us identify current and future constraints.

Cost escalation

Quantify the exposure of your project costs to economic and geopolitical risks. Combining our local supply chain expertise with global forecasts of raw material prices we’re able to estimate future price changes relevant to your projects.

Labour, skills and wages

Inform your recruitment, retention and wage negotiation strategy. We understand the importance of high quality people to achieve success. Our labour market analysis considers the supply and demand for skilled construction labour to inform your people decisions.

Benefits of tailored construction advice

We work with you to solve your specific problems.

Custom forecasting

We can provide construction demand forecasts specific to your organisation’s portfolio or for the costs your projects will face.

Custom reports

We can help quantify the risks to your sales and costs associated with government policy changes, economic shocks and geopolitical events.

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Achieving net-zero infrastructure

A framework to interpret the global green infrastructure transition through a sample of 80 representative countries. Infrastructure is a big part of the world’s climate change challenge – but how can the transition to net-zero global infrastructure be achieved?


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