Construction sector in Uzbekistan 2017 Market analysis and development forecasts for 2017-2022
  • Date of issue: February 2017
  • Pages: 97
  • Delivery: PDF / online access

Construction sector in Uzbekistan 2017

Market analysis and development forecasts for 2017-2022

Review this publication for a comprehensive view of the value and structure of the construction industry in Uzbekistan. It contains valuable information about the most recent trends and projects in the residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments. Also included are forecasts for activity from 2017 and expert analysis of key drivers of growth and influences on market development. The publication provides descriptions of significant upcoming projects, an examination of the competitive environment in key building materials categories, market insights on production and consumption of key building materials, and the latest data on prices, wages and employment.

 

Also supplied: forecasts through 2022 for overall market development and drivers of growth with specific figures for the residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments.

 

What is the content of PMR’s report on construction in Uzbekistan? 

 

 

  • Top projects – this report also includes a companion project database that describes significant ongoing and planned ventures in terms of value, scope, and expected duration
     
  • Competitive environment – study the results of market interactions between top players, recently completed projects, and analysis of the trends and strategies that shape future development
     
  • The Uzbek market – utilise this report as a complete resource on the construction industry in Uzbekistan. Or use it in tandem with other PMR publications connected with the construction markets in neighbouring countries
     
  • Growth forecasts for the construction market in Uzbekistan and in the residential, non-residential and civil engineering segments
     
  • The competitive dynamic on this market, comprising top contractors, materials manufacturers, major projects and investment and financing particulars
     
  • Current conditions on the market, including wages, prices, employment statistics and more.

 

Who benefits from the analysis? 

 

  • Construction contractors conducting or initiating operations in Uzbekistan
     
  • Manufacturers and distributors of building materials
     
  • Construction machinery manufacturers and distributors
     
  • Design and project management firms
     
  • Investors, analysts, bankers and other professionals

 

Why to buy the report? 

 

  • Access difficult to get construction data for Central Asia’s most populous state
     
  • Understand the economic picture and political regime of one of the world’s most opaque countries
     
  • Discover data necessary in creating business development strategy
     
  • Study reliable forecasts useful for budgeting and planning expenses
     
  • Monitor the market and its growth potential
     
  • Analyse the competitive environment
     
  • Limit investment risk for mergers and acquisitions, entering new markets

 

 

 

Market commentary by expert

"The construction industry has been among the key drivers of the country’s economic growth over the past ten years. Official data reveal that the country’s construction output surged in real terms by 15% on average every year between 2006 and 2015, and by almost 18% in the last three years. Strong growth in the construction industry in Uzbekistan has provided decisive support for domestic production of building materials, particularly in terms of cement.

Uzbekistan is the most heavily populated CIS country in Central Asia, with about 31 million people. However, in terms of per capita housing space it lags behind Kazakhstan, with 15.2 m² in Uzbekistan, as opposed to 21 m² in Kazakhstan, despite the fact that officially economic activity has been booming in Uzbekistan for many years. In 2015, the economy of Uzbekistan expanded by 8.0%. Furthermore, according to official data, annual GDP growth rates exceeded 7% every year between 2006 and 2015, with rates fluctuating between 8.0% and 8.3% over the last five years. With an average GDP growth rate of 8.1% between 2011 and 2015, Uzbekistan’s economy performed much better than its Kazakh, Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian counterparts, which recorded, on average, changes of 4.6%, 1.2%, 1.2% and -2.2%, respectively."

 

Bartłomiej Sosna, Head Construction Analyst, PMR

 

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  • Methodology
  • Executive summary
  • Construction overview
    • Construction market value
    • Construction companies
    • Employment and wages
    • Construction prices
    • Macroeconomic overview
    • Development forecast for the construction output in 2017-2022
  • Civil engineering construction
    • Environmental protection-related projects
    • Road transport
    • Railway construction
    • Investments in heavy industry
      • Power generating industry
      • Mining, oil and gas
    • Development forecasts for 2017-2022
  • Non-residential construction
    • Situation on the non-residential construction market
    • Office construction
    • Shopping centre construction
    • Logistics centres construction
      • Warehouse and logistic construction overview
    • Hotel construction
    • Development forecasts for 2017-2022
  • Residential construction
    • Housing stock
    • Completed homes
    • Residential construction in the regions
    • Individual residential construction
    • Residential construction development programme
    • Development forecasts for 2017-2022
  • Production of building materials