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Dublin, 8 Dec. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – “European Construction Industry Databook Series – Market Size, Value Forecast, Volume (area and units) in over 40 Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Institutional, Infrastructure and City Buildings Market Segments by Value, Q4 From 2022 Update » The report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com Stage show.

France joins China in building global infrastructure construction projects

In February 2022, France became the first country to partner with China in the construction of seven major infrastructure projects around the world.

The announcement of France’s participation with China in building global projects came after the two countries signed the list of pilot projects for third-party market cooperation in the fourth round between China and France. As part of this agreement, the two countries are participating in several infrastructure projects.

France and China will jointly build seven major infrastructure projects in Africa, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe for 1.7 billion US dollars.

While France is investing in major global construction projects, the country is also attracting foreign investment to domestic infrastructure projects. In May 2022, Switzerland announced that it is considering investing in infrastructure projects in France, including the French Rhine line.

Infrastructure projects and investments in this sector should contribute to the growth of the construction industry in France in the short and medium term.

Investments in infrastructure projects in the second half of 2022 are expected to drive industry growth in Germany

In the second half of 2022, many new infrastructure projects are expected to start in Germany, which will lead to increased investment in this sector. Some of the major infrastructure projects slated to begin in Germany include:

NeuConnect, a €2.8 billion infrastructure project – a high-voltage direct current link – that will connect Germany to the UK, has advanced on construction activities scheduled to begin in the second half of 2022. Notably, a group of 20 lenders led by the European Investment Bank agreed to Providing 406.5 million dollars or 400 million euros for the project. The project is expected to be completed by 2028.

In July 2022, the country’s first LNG import terminals, which had not had such infrastructure before, received an urgent construction permit. The $69 million infrastructure project is expected to start operating this year or early 2023, and construction activities are expected to start in September 2022. It should be noted that the LNG terminal will process 7.5 billion cubic meters of natural gas, which is Which accounts for about 8.5% of the current stream. flow. demand in Germany.

Large infrastructure construction projects to support the growth of industry in Italy

In 2022, the Italian government is expected to undertake several infrastructure construction projects in different regions, including road, port, railway and water projects. In the first half of 2022, the country has also started construction activities on some projects.

In April 2022, the construction of the Gronda motorway in Genoa began. It is worth noting that the highway construction project includes the construction of a 65 km long highway at a cost of 4.95 billion euros. Construction of the highway is being managed by Italian road company Autostrade per l’Italia (ASPI), and is expected to take ten years to complete.

Apart from road and highway construction projects, the country is also accelerating construction activities for the Italian high-speed line.

The construction work of the high-speed railway line between Brescia and Padua accelerated in the first half of 2022. The government has increased its spending on the project by 53% compared to 2021. In 2022, the government plans to invest 460 million euros.

Spending on railway infrastructure projects is much higher in England than in Wales

Spending on public infrastructure is one of the main drivers of growth in the construction industry worldwide, and the UK is no different. In England the government spends much more on railway infrastructure projects than it does in Wales.

According to Professor Mark Barry of Cardiff University, the UK government spends 200 times more on railway infrastructure in England than in Wales. Notably, the government is spending more than £70 billion on HS2, over £10 billion to upgrade the Trans Pennine and around £20 billion on the Northern Railway Powerhouse. While in Wales the government is spending just under £500m, including £180 on upgrading the Valley Main Lines Phase Two, part of the South Wales Metro.

This shows that the proportion of rail infrastructure spending in England to Wales is about 200:1. Further increase over the next three to four years in the country.

This report provides data and trend analysis for the European construction industry, with over 100 key performance indicators. It is a data-driven report that provides trend analysis with 1500+ graphs and 1200+ tables. It details market size and forecasts, mega-city construction data, emerging trends, market opportunities and investment risks in more than 40 residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and construction sectors.

Provides an overview of the sectors of the construction industry in terms of value and volume (by activity and units). The report focuses on combining industry dynamics with the macroeconomic scenario and changing consumer behavior to provide a comprehensive view of opportunities and risks.

This title is a joint view of 13 country reports:

  • Austrian Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • A series of data books on the Belgian construction industry

  • Finnish Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • A series of data books on the French construction industry

  • German Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • Greek Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • Italian Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • Dutch Construction Industry Data Book Series

  • A series of data books on the construction industry in Poland

  • Russian construction industry data book series

  • Construction Industry Data Book Series in Spanish

  • A series of data books on the Swiss construction industry

  • UK Construction Industry Data Book Series

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Market data and information

Key performance indicators include:

City building data

Residential building construction coverage: 10 years and expected market size in terms of value and volume (area and units) in terms of

  • Accommodation type (multi-family, single-family)

  • Megacities (Tier – 1, Tier – 2, Tier – Subdivision 3)

  • Price level / income level (luxury, mid-range, affordable)

  • Construction phase (new construction, redevelopment and maintenance)

Green residential construction coverage: 10-year market size and forecast by value and volume (area, units) in terms of

  • Green buildings by dwelling type (multiple family, single family)

  • Green buildings by major cities (Tier-1, Tier-2, Level-3 division)

  • Green Buildings by Price Class / Income Class (Luxury, Mid-Size, Affordable)

Commercial building construction coverage: 10 years and expected market size in terms of value and volume (area and units) in terms of

  • Office (further divided by Class A, Class B, Class C)

  • Retail (broken down by Class A, Class B, Class C)

  • Hospitality (also divided by grade A, grade B, grade C)

  • Restaurant (also divided into Class A, Class B, Class C)

  • entertainment

  • sports facility

  • Construction phase (new construction, redevelopment and maintenance)

Commercial Green Building Construction Coverage: 10-Year Market Size and Forecast by Value and Volume (Area, Units) in Terms

  • Green Building Construction Bureau

  • Creating green buildings for retail

  • Construction of environmental buildings for the hotel industry

  • Green building restaurant

  • Construction of green recreational buildings

  • Sports facility for green building construction

  • Other commercial green building constructions

Industrial Green Building Construction Coverage: 10-Year Market Size and Forecast by Value and Volume (Area, Units)

Corporate building construction coverage: 10-year market size and projected value and volume (area and units) in terms of

Corporate Green Building Construction Coverage: 10-Year Market Size and Forecast by Value and Volume (Area, Units) in Terms

Infrastructure Construction Sectors: 10-Year Market Size and Forecast by Value

  • Maritime infrastructure and inland waters

  • Building utility systems (oil and gas infrastructure, telecom infrastructure, energy infrastructure, water and wastewater infrastructure)

  • Transport infrastructure (highways, street and bridge construction, railway construction, airport construction, tunnel construction)

  • Construction phase (new construction, redevelopment and maintenance)

Green infrastructure construction: 10-year market size and value forecast

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