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Economic & Construction Market Review

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Introduction and Overview

Barbour ABI's Economic & Construction Market Review provides valuable industry statistics, market intelligence and sector insight from the construction industry and the UK economic climate for the past month.

The January edition of the Economic & Construction Market Review is available now.

This monthly report includes detailed information on the economic climate and its effects on the construction industry, as well as a round up of the construction industry from the past month.

Included are graphs with the UK's hottest locations for construction contracts, the types of projects with the most amount of contracts and the top 10 biggest projects by value to help forecast new business opportunities and drive marketing activity.

December Headlines:

The top headlines in this month's report include:

  • The value of all construction contracts awarded in the UK in 2017 was £71 billion
  • The largest project by value in 2017 was the Transpennine Route Upgrade - West of Leeds worth £2.25 billion
  • London was the leading region for contract awards in 2017 with 20% of the UK total and a value of around £14 billion

Construction Sectors Covered:

  • Residential
  • Infrastructure
  • Commercial
  • Retail
  • Hotel, Leisure & Sport
  • Industrial
  • Medical & Health
  • Education


How to Subscribe

A subscription to the Economic & Construction Market Review costs £695 for twelve monthly issues in PDF format, delivered electronically. The subscription price includes a 3-user license allowing subscribers to circulate report content within their organisation.

To subscribe, just complete the order form on this page. Alternatively, you can send an email to sales@amaresearch.co.uk  with your requirements or call us on 01242 235724.