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GCC Construction 2015

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GCC(湾岸協力会議)諸国の建設市場 GCC Construction 2015
出版日: 2014年08月28日 ページ情報: 英文 221 Pages
概要

GCC(湾岸協力会議)の6ヶ国では、2006年以降の土木建設プロジェクト額が5,000億米ドルを上回っています。また、計画中および未承認の建設プロジェクトは1兆900万米ドルを上回り、GCC全体の年間GDPのおよそ3分の2となっています。この投資は、特に公営住宅(ソーシャルハウジング)、教育および医療の分野で、実質的な人口増加によって促進されています。同時に、民間の不動産部門も現在は2009年の損失から立ち直り、住宅価格は過去最高額に近付いており、新規のプロジェクトが毎週開始されています。

当レポートでは、GCC(湾岸協力会議)諸国の建設市場における課題と機会について、主なクライアント・請負業者、建設コストおよび2次部門別の分析とそれらの各GCC諸国における促進因子なども含めて、分析しています。

第1章 序文

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 イントロダクション

  • 現在の市場
  • 部門分析
  • 将来の展望・予測

第4章 バーレーン

  • 主なクライアント
  • 主な請負業者
  • 建設コスト
  • 教育・医療
  • 住宅
  • 不動産・観光
  • 道路・橋・トンネル
  • 将来の展望

第5章 クウェート

第6章 オマーン

第7章 カタール

  • 主なクライアント
  • 主な請負業者
  • 建設コスト
  • 教育・医療
  • 住宅
  • 不動産・観光
  • 道路・橋・トンネル
  • 実行
  • 高速道路プログラム
  • 将来の展望

第8章 サウジアラビア

第9章 UAE

図表リスト

目次

A comprehensive overview of the civil construction industry in the GCC

Construction has always been the largest single sector in the GCC. Since 2006, just over $500bn worth of civil construction projects have been awarded in the six GCC states. Even more staggering is that fact that the total of planned and un-awarded construction projects exceeds $1.09 trillion, roughly two-thirds of the GCC's entire annual GDP.

This investment is being driven by substantial population growth, particularly in the areas of the social housing, education and healthcare. At the same time, private sector real estate has now regained the confidence it lost in 2009 as house prices rise close to their historical peak and new projects launch every week.

The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, ‘GCC Construction 2015 report’, focuses exclusively on the civils construction industry in the GCC - road, bridges, tunnels, education, healthcare, housing, real estate and tourism projects.

The research report looks at the specific challenges and opportunities on the industry, including analysis of the top clients and contractors, construction costs, and individual analysis of specific subsectors and their drivers in each GCC state.

Key benefits and features:

  • Understand the breakdown, location, type and timeframe for $1.09 trillion worth of planned and un-awarded projects in the GCC
  • Access rankings of the top 15 contractors and clients in each country in addition to the top future clients in order to create your strategy
  • Identify trends in construction costs so as to be able to mitigate against inflationary pressures
  • Assess the specific challenges and drivers behind each subsector and government policy and strategy towards them

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Figure 2: GCC Population, 2007 - 2013

                     Sources: MEED Insight Research and Analysis; IMF.

Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Introduction

  • 3.1. The market today
  • 3.2. Sector analysis
  • 3.3. Future prospects and forecasts

4. Bahrain

  • 4.1. Key clients
  • 4.2. Key contractors
  • 4.3. Construction costs
  • 4.4. Education and healthcare
  • 4.5. Housing
  • 4.6. Real estate and tourism
  • 4.7. Roads, bridges and tunnels
  • 4.8. Future prospects

5. Kuwait

  • 5.1. Key clients
  • 5.2. Key contractors
  • 5.3. Construction costs
  • 5.4. Education
  • 5.5. Healthcare
  • 5.6. Housing
  • 5.7. Real estate and tourism
  • 5.8. Roads, bridges and tunnels
  • 5.9. Future prospects

6. Oman

  • 6.1. Key clients
  • 6.2. Key contractors
  • 6.3. Construction costs
  • 6.4. Education
  • 6.5. Healthcare
  • 6.6. Real estate and tourism
  • 6.7. Roads, bridges and tunnels
  • 6.8. Future prospects

7. Qatar

  • 7.1. Key clients
  • 7.2. Key contractors
  • 7.3. Construction costs
  • 7.4. Education
  • 7.5. Healthcare
  • 7.6. Real estate and tourism
  • 7.7. Roads, bridges and tunnels
    • 7.7.1. Implementation
    • 7.7.2. The expressways programme
    • 7.7.3. The local roads programme
  • 7.8. Fifa World Cup 2022 and Summer Olympics 2024 plans and projects
    • 7.8.1. The Fifa 2022 World Cup bid
    • 7.8.2. The host cities
    • 7.8.3. The stadiums
    • 7.8.4. The 2022 Fifa World Cup stadiums
    • 7.8.5. Supporting facilities
    • 7.8.6. The Fifa 2022 World Cup finals budget
    • 7.8.7. Implementation of the Fifa 2022 World Cup programme
    • 7.8.8. The 2024 Olympics bid
  • 7.9. Future prospects

8. Saudi Arabia

  • 8.1. Key clients
  • 8.2. Construction costs
  • 8.3. Education
  • 8.4. Healthcare
  • 8.5. Housing
  • 8.6. Real Estate
  • 8.7. Roads, bridges & tunnels
  • 8.8. Tourism
  • 8.9. Other projects

9. UAE

  • 9.1. Abu Dhabi
    • 9.1.1. Vision 2030
  • 9.2. Dubai
  • 9.3. Northern Emirates
  • 9.4. Key clients
  • 9.5. Key contractors
  • 9.6. Construction costs
  • 9.7. Education
  • 9.8. Healthcare
  • 9.9. Real estate
    • 9.9.1. Abu Dhabi
    • 9.9.2. Dubai
    • 9.9.3. Northern Emirates
  • 9.10. Roads, bridges and tunnels
  • 9.11. Tourism
    • 9.11.1. Abu Dhabi
    • 9.11.2. Northern Emirates
  • 9.12. Other issues: Disputes
  • 9.13. Future work

List of tables

  • Table 1: Top 10 cancelled projects by value
  • Table 2: Largest contracts awarded in the GCC, 2006-13
  • Table 3: Top 20 construction contracts due to be awarded by the end of 2013
  • Table 4: Top 20 construction projects due to be awarded in 2014
  • Table 5: Forthcoming major construction projects
  • Table 6: Top 10 clients in Bahrain by value of work under construction
  • Table 7: Housing projects under construction
  • Table 8: New towns
  • Table 9: Planned new housing schemes
  • Table 10: Status of real estate projects
  • Table 11: Transport projects under construction
  • Table 12: Planned major transport projects
  • Table 13: Top 10 contract awards in 2013
  • Table 14: Top 10 projects under construction
  • Table 15: Kuwait University new campus contracts under execution, June 2013
  • Table 16: Kuwait University Sabah al-Salem campus future projects, June 2013
  • Table 17: New hospitals masterplan
  • Table 18: Major healthcare projects under construction, June 2013
  • Table 19: Planned healthcare projects, June 2013
  • Table 20: Selected major PAHW awarded contracts
  • Table 21: PAHW's major township programme
  • Table 22: Selected major real estate projects, 2004-13
  • Table 23: Value of road projects
  • Table 24: Road contracts under way
  • Table 25: Future road projects
  • Table 26: Prequalified international contractors for Doha link
  • Table 27: Contracts due for award, 2013
  • Table 28: Building projects under study and under design
  • Table 29: Selected major Muscat Municipality projects, 2011-15
  • Table 30: Current and planned education projects
  • Table 31: Selected major healthcare projects planned or under way
  • Table 32: Current and planned housing contracts
  • Table 33: Tourism-related projects planned or under way
  • Table 34: Annual investment in new road schemes, 2011-15 (ROm)
  • Table 35: Major road projects by value, 2011-15
  • Table 36: Batinah Expressway main contracts
  • Table 37: Construction contracts due to be awarded by end of 2013
  • Table 38: Top 10 contract awards in 2013
  • Table 39: Selected major tunnelling projects for Qatar Railways Company
  • Table 40: Ashghal school contract awards, 2012
  • Table 41: Major Qatar Foundation contract awards, 2012
  • Table 42: Education City projects under construction or planned, July 2013
  • Table 43: Budgeted government spending on healthcare, 2009-12 (QRbn)
  • Table 44: Recent major hospital contracts
  • Table 45: Msheireb land-use masterplan
  • Table 46: Key consultants and contractors on the Msheireb project
  • Table 47: Status of the Msheireb project, August 2013
  • Table 48: Selected major projects from Ashghal expressway programme, mid-2013
  • Table 49: Expressway programme, contract status
  • Table 50: Major Ashghal road contract awards, January 2010-July 2013
  • Table 51: Local roads programme
  • Table 52: The Fifa 2022 World Cup host cities
  • Table 53: The Fifa Confederations Cup and Fifa World Cup budget ($m)
  • Table 54: Top 10 contract awards, 2013
  • Table 55: Top 10 active projects by value
  • Table 56: Most active construction sector clients, H1 2013
  • Table 57: Most active construction sector clients, 2012
  • Table 58: Key education contracts under execution
  • Table 59: Selected major awarded healthcare projects
  • Table 60: Planned healthcare projects, July 2013
  • Table 61: Selected major non-government housing projects under construction
  • Table 62: Rayadah Investment Company projects under way at KAFD
  • Table 63: Selected major private or public/private real estate projects
  • Table 64: Selected major Transport Ministry road projects to be awarded in 2013
  • Table 65: Tourism targets, 2010-15
  • Table 66: Selected major hotel projects under construction
  • Table 67: Forecast selected major contract awards scheduled for 2013
  • Table 68: Breakdown of future construction projects
  • Table 69: Projects market status, June 2013
  • Table 70: Dubai major construction projects under execution
  • Table 71: Abu Dhabi major construction projects under execution
  • Table 72: Northern Emirates construction projects under execution
  • Table 73: Abu Dhabi selected upcoming construction projects
  • Table 74: Dubai selected upcoming construction projects
  • Table 75: Northern Emirates selected upcoming construction projects
  • Table 76: Top construction sector clients by contract award, 2013
  • Table 77: Selected major education projects
  • Table 78: Abu Dhabi healthcare projects currently out to tender
  • Table 79: Sharjah healthcare projects planned or under way
  • Table 80: Major housing projects under way
  • Table 81: Major housing projects planned
  • Table 82: Department of Transport upcoming projects
  • Table 83: Department of Transport low bidders
  • Table 84: RTA road projects
  • Table 85: Major road projects
  • Table 86: Dubai selected major tourism projects
  • Table 87: Abu Dhabi selected hospitality projects, July 2013
  • Table 88: Northern Emirates selected hospitality projects, July 2013
  • Table 89: Main dispute causes

List of figures

  • Figure 1: GCC construction contract awards, 2005-12
  • Figure 2: GCC construction contract awards by country, 2005-12
  • Figure 3: GCC construction project market status, July 2013 (% of $2.4tr)
  • Figure 4: Projects on hold by country (% of $600bn)
  • Figure 5: UAE projects on hold by emirate (% of $424bn)
  • Figure 6: Projects cancelled by country (% of $492bn)
  • Figure 7: Projects awarded since 2005 and under execution in 2013 ($m)
  • Figure 8: Breakdown of contracts by country awarded since 2005 (% of $575bn)
  • Figure 9: Contracts by country currently under construction (%)
  • Figure 10: Saudi vs UAE contract awards, 2005-12
  • Figure 11: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Qatar contract awards, 2005-12
  • Figure 12: Contract awards by sector, 2005-13 (% of $575bn)
  • Figure 13: Residential, infrastructure and mixed-use contract awards, 2005-12
  • Figure 14: Infrastructure work by sub-sector (% of $111bn)
  • Figure 15: Social construction awards, 2005-12
  • Figure 16: Construction projects out to tender by type and value
  • Figure 17: Value of announced planned and un-awarded construction projects in the GCC
  • Figure 18: Forecast for construction awards in the GCC, 2013
  • Figure 19: Forecast for construction awards in the GCC, 2014
  • Figure 20: Value of contracts awarded in the construction sector, 2005-13
  • Figure 21: Contract awards by sector, 2005-H1 2013 (%)
  • Figure 22: Construction projects market status, July 2013 (% of $53bn)
  • Figure 23: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 24: Top 10 contractors by value of construction work under way
  • Figure 25: Bahrain tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 26: Number of schools by region, 2012/13
  • Figure 27: Projects in prequalification and tender stages (%)
  • Figure 28: Projects in design and study stages (% of $16.3bn)
  • Figure 29: Value of contracts awarded in the construction sector, 2005-13
  • Figure 30: Breakdown of construction contracts awarded, 2005-13 ($m)
  • Figure 31: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 32: The Third Kuwait Masterplan Review, 2005
  • Figure 33: Contract awards by sector, 2013 ($m)
  • Figure 34: Construction projects market status ($m)
  • Figure 35: Top five clients by value of construction work awarded, 2012-13
  • Figure 36: Top 10 largest contractors by value of work under execution in the construction sector, July 2013
  • Figure 37: Kuwait tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 38: Aggregate prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 39: Cement prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 40: Subiya Causeway final alignment
  • Figure 41: Projects in bid or prequalification stages, July 2013 (% of $9.6bn)
  • Figure 42: Projects in design or study phase by sector, July 2013 (% of $29.7bn)
  • Figure 43: The Capital governorate masterplan
  • Figure 44: Construction contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 45: Construction contract awards by sector, 2005-13 ($m)
  • Figure 46: Project market by status ($m)
  • Figure 47: Most active clients in the construction and transport sectors based on contracts under execution
  • Figure 48: Most active contractors in the construction and roads sectors
  • Figure 49: Oman tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 50: Omran activities
  • Figure 51: Projects in design or study stages, July 2013 (% of $12.9bn)
  • Figure 52: Breakdown of projects under bid (% of $10.3bn)
  • Figure 53: Construction contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 54: Contract awards forecast peak, 2007-13
  • Figure 55: Contract awards by sector, 2005-H1 2013
  • Figure 56: Projects market status (% of $209bn)
  • Figure 57: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 58: Top 10 clients by value of contracts under execution
  • Figure 59: Top contractors by value of work under way
  • Figure 60: Qatar tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 61: The Ashghal capital investment programme, March 2013
  • Figure 62: Ongoing and planned expressway projects
  • Figure 63: The Sharq Crossing
  • Figure 64: Total number of existing rooms and negotiated/signed rooms for the 2022 World Cup
  • Figure 65: Projects in prequalification and tender stages (% of $24.7bn)
  • Figure 66: Projects in design and study stages (% of $38bn)
  • Figure 67: Construction contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 68: Construction contracts awarded by sector, 2005-13 (%)
  • Figure 69: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 70: Ninth five-year development plan allocations
  • Figure 71: Construction contract awards by sector, H1 2013 (% of $15.3bn)
  • Figure 72: Construction projects by status ($m)
  • Figure 73: Top 10 construction contractors by value of work under way
  • Figure 74: Saudi Arabia tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 75: Cement prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 76: Rebar prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 77: Hospital beds required by region, 2014
  • Figure 78: Planned medical cities
  • Figure 79: Housing required by region
  • Figure 80: Recent road contract awards
  • Figure 81: Projects in prequalification and bid stages, July 2013 (% of $20.4bn)
  • Figure 82: Construction contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 83: Construction contract awards by emirate, 2008 (% of $71bn)
  • Figure 84: Construction contract awards, 2005-13 (% of $287bn)
  • Figure 85: Projects on hold by market (% of $423bn)
  • Figure 86: Contract awards vs completions, 2007-13
  • Figure 87: Dubai contract awards vs completions, 2007-13
  • Figure 88: Abu Dhabi contract awards vs completions, 2007-13
  • Figure 89: Northern Emirates contract awards vs completions, 2007-13
  • Figure 90: Construction contracts under execution (%)
  • Figure 91: Construction projects under way by region ($m)
  • Figure 92: Abu Dhabi construction contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 93: Project market by status: Northern Emirates, July 2013 (%)
  • Figure 94: Construction projects in tender or design stages: Northern Emirates, July 2013
  • Figure 95: Top construction contractors by value of contracts under execution, July 2013
  • Figure 96: Average rebar price, 2004-11
  • Figure 97: Steel prices, 2012-13
  • Figure 98: UAE tender price index, 2005-15
  • Figure 99: Breakdown of health projects by emirate (%)
  • Figure 100: Construction projects in bid and prequalification stages by emirate (%)
  • Figure 101: Construction projects in design and study stages by emirate (%)
  • Figure 102: Abu Dhabi construction projects in prequalification and tender stages by sector (%)
  • Figure 103: Abu Dhabi construction projects in design and study stages by sector (%)
  • Figure 104: Dubai construction projects in prequalification and bidding stages by sector (%)
  • Figure 105: Dubai construction projects in design and study stages by sector (%)
  • Figure 106: Northern Emirates construction projects in prequalification and bid stages by sector (%)
  • Figure 107: Northern Emirates construction projects in design and study stages by sector (%)
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