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Infrastructure and Mining

BIS Oxford Economics is highly regarded for its research and forecasting in the infrastructure construction, transport, maintenance, mining, utilities and related sectors.

Engineering Construction in Australia 2017 – 2031

Report Published: May 2017

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Contact: Adrian Hart

+61 2 8458 4233

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A detailed annual study on the outlook for the civil engineering construction sector in Australia. Covers 12 sub-sectors of civil construction, from the main transport and utilities infrastructure sectors through to mines and heavy industrial facilities. 

The civil engineering construction sector is facing significant challenges. While total activity is falling as resources investment subsides, new opportunities are emerging in non-resources segments and publically funded projects – encompassing transport, utilities and recreation – with very different outlooks by sector and state. For contractors and suppliers in the market, planning for the next 3 to 5 years will be vital. This report will provide answers to critical emerging business issues – and be a vital source of reliable forecasts for use in your budgeting, business planning, resource management, marketing strategy formulation and general market analysis.

Report contents

The report provides detailed forecasts for 12 sub-sectors of activity; including roads, bridges, railways, harbours, water, sewerage, electricity, telecommunications, recreation, pipelines, mining and heavy industry, and other engineering construction. We provide data and forecasts by state/territory, by sector of ownership (public versus private) and who does the work (private contractors versus public sector day labour).

Features of the report include:

  • our unique historical database, which stretches back to the 1970s
  • a list of major projects included in the forecasts, with assumed values and timing
  • annual forecasts for the next five years, followed by two five-year average forecasts
  • analysis of the major influences behind activity in each sector
  • quarterly commentaries and email alerts
  • update forecasts for all states and sectors in October 2017

*Please note all prices include GST.

 

REPORT – 2017 EDITION

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FULL REPORT: ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION IN AUSTRALIA 2017 – 2031 (pdf, 3.00 MB)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (pdf, 414 KB)

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION (pdf, 205 KB)

CHAPTER 2 - INFLUENCES ON THE ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION CYCLE (pdf, 221 KB)

CHAPTER 3 - THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK (pdf, 220 KB)

CHAPTER 4 - NEW SOUTH WALES (pdf, 342 KB)

CHAPTER 5 - VICTORIA (pdf, 317 KB)

CHAPTER 6 - QUEENSLAND (pdf, 356 KB)

CHAPTER 7 - SOUTH AUSTRALIA (pdf, 320 KB)

CHAPTER 8 - WESTERN AUSTRALIA (pdf, 318 KB)

CHAPTER 9 - TASMANIA (pdf, 290 KB)

CHAPTER 10 - NORTHERN TERRITORY (pdf, 295 KB)

CHAPTER 11 - AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY (pdf, 287 KB)

APPENDIX A (pdf, 141 KB)

APPENDIX B (pdf, 143 KB)

EXCEL TABLES – 2017 EDITION

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AUSTRALIA (xls, 280 KB)

CHAPTER 4 - NEW SOUTH WALES (xls, 279 KB)

CHAPTER 5 - VICTORIA (xls, 267 KB)

CHAPTER 6 - QUEENSLAND (xls, 287 KB)

CHAPTER 7 - SOUTH AUSTRALIA (xls, 262 KB)

CHAPTER 8 - WESTERN AUSTRALIA (xls, 283 KB)

CHAPTER 9 - TASMANIA (xls, 239 KB)

CHAPTER 10 - NORTHERN TERRITORY (xls, 266 KB)

CHAPTER 11 - AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY (xls, 248 KB)

CONSTRUCTION SECTORS (xls, 740 KB)

IMPLICIT PRICE DEFLATORS (xls, 36 KB)

ECA PROJECTS LIST – ALL PROJECTS (xls, 303 KB)

CHARTS – 2017 EDITION

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POWERPOINT CHARTS: ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION 2017 – 2031 (ppt, 1.81 MB)

QUARTERLY UPDATES – 2017 EDITION – FORTHCOMING

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HALF YEARLY UPDATES – 2017 EDITION – FORTHCOMING OCTOBER 2017

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COMMENCEMENTS AND WORK YET TO BE DONE – 2017 APPENDIX – FORTHCOMING

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