NEW YORK, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Report Highlights: Construction Spend Analysis From 2005 -2020, Project Pipeline By Emirates (Dubai And Abu Dhabi) And Sub-sectors, UAE Public Private Partnership Trends, UAE Greenfield and Brownfield Spend, UAE Project Financing Mechanisms, List Of UAE Projects with Cost Overrun, List of UAE projects with Time Overrun, Project Overrun Detailed Analysis, UAE Project Returns – Project IRR at Sector Level
Coming to infrastructure investments, Middle East region is one of the fastest growing region globally headed by 2 main countries, Qatar- hosting FIFA 2022, and UAE – hosting 2020 Dubai expo event.
UAE infrastructure is the most advanced in the GCC region with well integrated transport systems and assembly of iconic structures. In 2015, as reported by World Economic Forum – Global competitiveness report, UAE infrastructure ranking stood at 17th position on grounds of highly developed infrastructure with great macroeconomic environment and resilient institutions. UAE has been the most attractive destination from an investment standpoint. While offering huge opportunities, the country due to an open business environment, has also been a preferred route for international companies entering or planning to enter the Middle East market.
Post the announcement of Dubai 2020 expo event, the emirate is a wave of opportunity with Government setting aside DH 17 billion in 2016 budget for infrastructure development till 2020. The investment will a spread over different asset classes broadly covering housing, roads, railways, schools, health facilities and public buildings. Abu Dhabi is the next destination for investors eyeing long term growth. The emirate has earmarked USD 100 billion to be invested till 2030 and majority of it will be ploughed in real estate and transportation sector.
However, the country is also speculated to be under financial constraints which could impact the execution of the big plans. Identify the opportunities in next few years along with the ongoing challenges to build realistic view on the market. "UAE Construction Industry Outlook to 2020: Infrastructure Opportunities following Dubai 2020 Expo Event and Market 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 UAE 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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