Our new report provides an assessment of the likely severity and duration of the current downturn in Australia’s residential building markets.
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This new report examines the total construction activity in Australia against a backdrop of continued declines in residential building and imminent downturns expected in non-residential building and renewable energy construction.
This report examines the strong upswing currently underway in the non-residential building sector, describes its causes and forecasts the timing of the coming downturn, by sector and state.
This latest list of projects included in our forecasts corresponds with the fully revised set of forecasts published in November 2019.
This report highlights the growth prospects for the capital cities and regional areas, the former benefiting from urban infrastructure projects and strong commercial building, whilst facing downturns in the residential sector.
The outlook for cost increases in the electricity, gas and water sector is subdued, with most areas of utilities construction, other than renewable energy, staying reasonably flat.
This new report on the Australian construction cost outlook examines the likely unwinding of the factors that have kept cost inflation low over the past decade.
This report provides a detailed picture of the current upturn in infrastructure construction, including the timing of major projects, key drivers, and the expected timing of the peak and next downturn.
This report highlights the two major drivers of the current utilities upturn – renewable energy and the NBN – and assesses the potential for recovery in the other areas – water & wastewater, gas pipelines, electricity distribution and transmission.
This new data set provides a more meaningful picture of the construction upturn, by mining sub-segments and types of infrastructure investment.