This report examines the prospects, opportunities, current status and
expectations for the future of Romanian construction overall, and for the
industry's key segments: residential, non-residential and civil engineering
Compatible in format with PMR construction industry reports on other countries
in the region, this publication also includes a directory of Romanian
contractors and a database of details on significant planned projects.
This unique report includes:
- Directory of 100 foremost Romanian contractors in Excel format
- Fact-filled database of 100 significant upcoming projects in Romania
- Comprehensive analysis of the competitive landscape in Romanian
construction, including financials, projects, size and corporate structure of
contracting companies and materials producers
- A format that matches those of other PMR market reports for regional
countries such as Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, enabling easy
comparison and contrast.
Find the answers to your most pressing questions about Romanian construction:
- How much is the Romanian construction sector currently worth? What are the
values of each key segment?
- Is this market on a path to rapid growth over the next few years? Which
segments will grow the most and fastest?
- How much will this market and its main segments be worth in 2015?
- Who is the leading contractor in Romanian construction?
- Which producers of building materials for Romanian construction are at the
top of their field?
- How have prices adjusted across the industry in recent months?
- What is planned for Romania's infrastructure development?
- What is the total number of new housing units slated for completion by
- Are commercial developers setting up new project deals for the future?
- How are transport infrastructure projects currently financed in Romania?
This publication provides expert analysis of:
- Overall market conditions and the roles of key components such as
employment levels, salaries, prices, number and value of companies
active in Romanian construction
- Trends, economics and other internal and external factors set to
influence market growth in the residential, civil engineering and
non-residential construction sectors
- Romania's competitive environment in terms of construction
projects, financing, leading players, investment and overall expansion.
Selected companies analysed in this report:
AdePlast, Africa Israel Investments Europe, Aktor, Alinso Group, Alpine Bau,
Astaldi SpA, Bog'art, Benevo Capital, CA Immo, Carpatcement , Euro Construct
Trading 98, FCC Construccion, Hidroconstructia, Holcim, Immochan, Immofinanz,
Impresa Pizzarotti, Iulius Group, Lafarge, Max Boegl, New Europe Property
Investments (NEPI), Portland Trust, Romstrade, Spedition UMB, Strabag, Straco
Grup, Tirrena Scavi, Vinci.
Use this valuable guide to business decision making when:
- Locating potential partners for mergers and acquisitions in this market
- Assessing the value and structure of the Romanian construction market and
estimating its future growth
- Setting up a new business venture in Romanian construction
- Forecasting the value of corporate revenue streams
- Observing and evaluating the companies and upcoming projects making news
in the market
- Calculating corporate market share.
This report is essential to the successful activities of:
- New entrants to Romanian construction
- Producers of building materials
- Contracting firms
- Design and project management firms
- Consultants, researchers and analysts
- Government entities
- Academic and research institutes
- Financial service providers
- Trade and industry organizations.
Extract from this report
- The first months of 2013 showed construction business confidence hovering
close to the levels witnessed during the first quarter of 2011 and 2012
- In 2012 investors secured the lowest number of non-residential
construction permits in ten years. Last year, permits were issued for the
construction of 7,089 buildings, 11.5% less than in 2011 when 8,014 permits
- Romania continues to have one of the lowest average living floor areas per
inhabitant in Europe. The situation is no better when the modern retail space
per capita parameter is compared with that in other countries in the region.
Market commentary by expert
“The aggregated living floor area of homes in Romania was 333.3 million m2 at
the end of 2011 according to the previous preliminary statistic and 398.0
million m2 (220.5 million m2 urban and 177.6 million m2 rural) according to
the preliminary results of the census that was conducted in 2011 in Romania.
It also showed that Romania's per capita living floor area was only 19.7 m2 in
2011, which is significantly smaller than in many European countries, where
this parameter exceeds 30 m2.” Vitalie Iambla, Construction market
Table of Contents
- Executive summary
- Macroeconomic overview
- Construction overview
- Civil engineering construction
- Non-residential construction
- Residential construction
- Competitive environment
- List of graphs
- List of tables
- About PMR