Our service brings verified data, accurate construction forecasts, in-depth construction analysis all in one place to enable strategic and effective planning. Our service covers 70 key construction markets as well as sub-sectors, on a regional, national, and sub-national level, representing over 90% of total global construction activity.
Concrete intelligence for the construction industry
Global Construction Databank
Historical data and 15-year forecasts for construction, updated on a quarterly basis
Power BI Dashboard
Intuitive dashboard enabling you to navigate key construction indicators and forecasts visually through charts, graphics and maps
Written analysis keeping you updated on the most critical short, medium and long-term construction industry trends
A team of over 20 subject matter experts are available to answer questions about our forecasts and analysis
Why Oxford Economics?
Through combining high-level economic forecasts with on-the-ground industry insights, we help you gain a comprehensive, accurate understanding of the construction markets and sectors in which you operate.
Oxford Economics provides “work done value” forecasts for the construction industry, which measures the total money paid for construction work. Our proprietary construction performance metric enables businesses to best capture real world developments.
Oxford Economics combines high level economic forecasts with on-the-ground industry insights to paint a more accurate and holistic picture of the construction industry.
Sectors we cover
Residential: Single and multi-family dwellings
Non-Residential: Commercial, industrial, social, other
Civil Engineering: Roads, other transportation, utilities, other civil engineering
A real industry leader
A real industry leader with over four decades of experience in forecasting construction activities. Backed by years of industry experience, our expert team goes beyond simple data analysis, adding depth and nuance to our construction sector forecasts.
Global Construction Futures
As China pivots from its zero Covid policy and with growth in the US and most European markets expected to be negative or flatline this year – what are the medium and longer-term futures for the global construction industry?
Resources and events
Why We Need to Decarbonise the Construction Value Chain
Global Construction Futures PwC
A rolling recession may have already begun in the US
Key Construction Themes 2023 Revisited
Global construction sector continuing to rebound in 2022
Construction inputs in short supply
Will the fall out from COVID-19 be positive or negative for the construction sector?
How will the resurgence of Covid-19 cases affect the Asian construction sector?
Global: Key Construction Themes 2023 – Infrastructure to drive growth
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