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Construction

Activity

Detailed picture of the building and construction industry; what it looks like now, how it has been trending, and the direction it is expected to go in the future.

We provide detailed information on Australian construction sector

broken down by:

Type of building and construction work
Detailed segments within each type
Detailed Geographic Regions
Individual Projects

Australian Construction

Outlook Series

What is the outlook for Australia’s construction industry? How does the outlook for each type of construction differ?

Australian construction outlook is the pre-eminent data and forecasting service for Australia’s construction sector. It provides subscribers with detailed information as well as concise summaries.

The report series is the product of high quality, in-depth research and analyses, across all segments of construction activity.

For total Australia, and for each state and territory, we present charts illustrating work done for each sub-sector of construction and work commenced in the building sub-sectors. We also present tables containing the data from these charts.

The following volumes are featured:

Overview of Construction!
Residential Building
  • Houses
  • Other Dwellings
  • Renovations
Non-Residential Building
  • By Type of Building
Resources
  • Oil & Gas
  • Coal & Coal Handling
  • Bauxite
  • Alumina & Aluminium
  • Other Minerals & Other Heavy Industry
Transport Infrastructure
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Rail
  • Ports
Utilities
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Gas
  • Telecoms

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Non-Residential Building 

Australia’s Non-residential Building sector, broken down as follows:

  • By state
  • By type of building (covering 20 building categories, including offices, retail & wholesale, factories, warehouses, health, education, accommodation and transport buildings)
Overview of Construction!
We also provide supporting information, including project lists, analysis of supply and demand, explanations of the drives of activity and full written rationale for all of the forecasts.
Activity in the sector is measured in the following ways:
  • The value of building approved
  • The value of buildings commenced
  • The value of work done

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Residential Building 

Australia’s Residential Building Sector broken down as follows:

  • By state and region
  • By type of dwelling (detached houses, medium and high-density dwellings)
  • By category of purchaser (first home owners, change-over buyers, foreign investors, domestic investors and government)

We also provide detailed demographic information and estimates of occupant demand for dwellings (the number of new dwellings required to house the population).

Overview of Construction!

Activity in the sector is measured in the following ways:

  • The number of dwellings approved
  • The number of dwellings commenced
  • The value of dwellings commenced
  • The value of work done
  • The number of dwellings completed

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Transport Infrastructure

Australia’s Infrastructure Construction Sector broken down as follows

Roads:

  • Highways and arterials
  • Private sector toll roads
  • Local roads
  • Subdivisions
  • Runways

Bridges

Harbours

Railways

We also provide detailed project lists, covering each sector and state.

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Resources

What is the outlook for Australia’s construction industry? How does the outlook for each type of construction differ?

Australian construction outlook is the pre-eminent data and forecasting service for Australia’s construction sector. It provides subscribers with detailed information as well as concise summaries.

The report series is the product of high quality, in-depth research and analyses, across all segments of construction activity.

For total Australia, and for each state and territory, we present charts illustrating work done for each sub-sector of construction and work commenced in the building sub-sectors. We also present tables containing the data from these charts.

The following volumes are featured:

Overview of Construction!
Residential Building
  • Houses
  • Other Dwellings
  • Renovations
Non-Residential Building
  • By Type of Building
Resources
  • Oil & Gas
  • Coal & Coal Handling
  • Bauxite
  • Alumina & Aluminium
  • Other Minerals & Other Heavy Industry
Transport Infrastructure
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Rail
  • Ports
Utilities
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Gas
  • Telecoms

Australian Construction

Outlook Series

What is the outlook for Australia’s construction industry? How does the outlook for each type of construction differ?

Australian construction outlook is the pre-eminent data and forecasting service for Australia’s construction sector. It provides subscribers with detailed information as well as concise summaries.

The report series is the product of high quality, in-depth research and analyses, across all segments of construction activity.

For total Australia, and for each state and territory, we present charts illustrating work done for each sub-sector of construction and work commenced in the building sub-sectors. We also present tables containing the data from these charts.

The following volumes are featured:

Overview of Construction!
Residential Building
  • Houses
  • Other Dwellings
  • Renovations
Non-Residential Building
  • By Type of Building
Resources
  • Oil & Gas
  • Coal & Coal Handling
  • Bauxite
  • Alumina & Aluminium
  • Other Minerals & Other Heavy Industry
Transport Infrastructure
  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Rail
  • Ports
Utilities
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Wastewater
  • Gas
  • Telecoms

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Non-Residential Building 

Australia’s Non-residential Building sector, broken down as follows:

  • By state
  • By type of building (covering 20 building categories, including offices, retail & wholesale, factories, warehouses, health, education, accommodation and transport buildings)
Overview of Construction!
We also provide supporting information, including project lists, analysis of supply and demand, explanations of the drives of activity and full written rationale for all of the forecasts.
Activity in the sector is measured in the following ways:
  • The value of building approved
  • The value of buildings commenced
  • The value of work done

Australian Construction Outlook Series

Detailed Data and Forecasts for

Residential Building 

Australia’s Residential Building Sector broken down as follows:

  • By state and region
  • By type of dwelling (detached houses, medium and high-density dwellings)
  • By category of purchaser (first home owners, change-over buyers, foreign investors, domestic investors and government)

We also provide detailed demographic information and estimates of occupant demand for dwellings (the number of new dwellings required to house the population).

Overview of Construction!

Activity in the sector is measured in the following ways:

  • The number of dwellings approved
  • The number of dwellings commenced
  • The value of dwellings commenced
  • The value of work done
  • The number of dwellings completed

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