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Construction and Maintenance Industry Forecasts for Australia
Covering all construction sectors in Australia, Oxford Economics Australia also forecasts the construction industries of over 70 countries globally.
Full integration with in-house economic and industry sector forecasts at a global, national and city level allows us to understand the key drivers of demand and supply for building construction, engineering construction, maintenance and mining activity and provides the framework for longer term forecasts.
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Our expert team of construction economists provide robust, evidence-based advice to support our clients in achieving the best business outcomes. Oxford Economics Australia has over 50 years of construction market and forecasting experience across all sub-sectors.
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Market leading insights and detailed analysis of the construction industry into Australia and New Zealand, providing forecast and identifying market opportunities and risks.
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Building construction in Australia
Market leading insights into the building and construction industry in Australia.Find Out More
Maintenance in Australia
Forecasts of maintenance activity and tracking of maintenance contracts in Australia and New Zealand.Find Out More
Australian Infrastructure Construction
Forecasts and analysis of civil infrastructure and heavy industry investment across Australia.Find Out More
Australian Mining Commodity Price Forecasts
Analysis and forecasts of activity at all stages of the mine lifecycle by commodity.Find Out More
New Zealand Construction Market Analysis
Insight into the building and construction industry throughout New Zealand. Using Oxford Economics Australia's established methodology, the New Zealand Forecasting Service provides detailed overviews of historical trends as well as future prospects for building activity.Find Out More
Asia Pacific Construction Forecasts
Asia Forecasting Service provides building and construction industry insight and forecasts across 14 key Asian Pacific countries.Find Out More
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