NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Infrastructure has a central role in the development of an emerging economy or sustenance of a mature economy. Australia's robust economy, growing trade and changing demographics are some of the factors driving demand for better and modern infrastructure. There is a persistent need in the country to invest in new infrastructure as well on maintenance and improvement of existing stock.
Under the Australia Government's Economic Action Strategy that plans to boost the country's economic stance, Australia is likely to generate bigger opportunities in the infrastructure industry. Recently, the country has set out USD 43.9 billion for Greenfield and Brownfield Infrastructure Programmes, including Roads to Recovery Programme, Bridges Renewal Programme and many more.
Also, Australia's infrastructure industry is undergoing many changes. Country has majority of infrastructure asset backed by the Government until recently when privatization happens to be the next plan of action. While the economy is showing prospective signs, there are consequent risks and challenges that needs to be closely monitored. Mining which is the primary industry of the country, is witnessing slowdown in enticing investors due to growing land, environmental or political disputes, consequently resulting in cost and time overruns. Most of the speculators are turning spectators, waiting for the sector recovery.
In a paradox of growing opportunities with undefined risks, it has become important to have access to an accurate and comprehensive market data that helps in strategic business decisions.
The market assessment report from BrikStats Infrastructure Report Centre, "Australia 2016 Construction Outlook: Infrastructure Megaprojects Opportunities and Challenges" provides a detailed lens on the infrastructure and construction industry with a thorough sub-sector level assessment. It includes market sizing of upcoming project pipeline at a more granular level and provides forward-looking analysis on top clients, contractors, consultants/ PMcs, other civil contractors / suppliers with their respective working or partnership model. Furthermore, it shows the new and recent trends in the industry and how it may impact the business decisions of the involved companies.
Under the special feature, report additionally provides detailed coverage on rarely reported data - 'Project Financing' and 'Project Risks and Returns'. Under the heading, it covers Debt/ Equity values with DE ratios and financier details by sub- sector; Cost and Time overrun with underlying driving factors (sector level); and Returns as targeted Internal Rate of Return (IRR) along with other socio-economic impacts created by individual project.
How BrikStats Report Helps?
- Formulating internalization or expansion strategies i.e. companies entering or plans to enter the Australia Infrastructure market
- Enable existing companies to increase their market share or enter new sub-sectors
- Find business leads and plan business development goals through in-depth industry analysis along with 2-5 year forecast
- Mitigate risk and exposure by understanding the project related challenges and other policies and government behavior
- Understand current competitors or new entrants and their strategies
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