Research and Markets: Central Europe Civil Engineering Construction Market Report - Development Forecasts for 2015-2020

DUBLIN — (BUSINESS WIRE) — November 12, 2015Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Civil Engineering Construction Market in Central Europe 2015: Development Forecasts for 2015-2020" report to their offering.

Study the value and structure of civil engineering construction endeavors in Central Europe and in the following countries - Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia when you browse through this innovative new document. The report reviews projects currently underway in the road and railway, environmental protection and heavy industrial segments of this market and provides analysis of the effects of trends and macroeconomic circumstances on market growth and development.

Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe, Development forecasts for 2015-2020 is a comprehensive source of data and analysis designed to aid professionals operating in the civil engineering sectors in the region and in each of the six highlighted countries. The report examines the projects and players central to road and railway construction projects as well as environmental protection and heavy industrial ventures across the region and in each CE country.

The publication recaps current totals of existing civil airport facilities and total lengths of railway currently in operation in each country, and describes available funding options, including governmental, for such projects. It details the most significant heavy industrial ventures planned for the region, along with expected levels of investment and estimation of growth in the regional market and in each of the six highlighted countries.

Macroeconomic data is furnished by the report, as well as in-depth explanation and analysis of influential trends, regulations and other factors that currently impact the value and growth of this market and are expected to continue to do so throughout the forecast period.

Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2015, Development forecasts for 2015-2020 is an essential reference tool when locating potential projects for participation in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, arranging new merger/acquisition activity, estimating potential earnings and investment value and launching a new, civil engineering construction-related business on one or more of these Central European markets.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Methodology

2. Executive summary

3. Bulgaria

4. The Czech Republic

5. Hungary

6. Poland

7. Romania

8. Slovakia

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