Czech Republic’s civil engineering market worth €5bn in 2012

In 2012 the Czech civil engineering sector continued to be affected by the decline in funding for construction following the budgetary deficits incurred from the economic crisis that has gripped the country’s economy. As a result, the competition for drying orders has intensified and has led to clashes between constructors and endless appeals against the outcomes of public tenders for these contracts. This has all affected the sector, leading to delays in construction, cancellations of orders and litigations.
These negative developments, combined with an acute lack of funding, led to a drop in civil engineering output in recent years. In 2011, the fall reached almost 20% year on year. In 2012, it experienced another dive of approx. 13% year on year. The Czech civil engineering sector continued to be dominated by rail and road infrastructure. However, the spending in these two segments continued to drop and in 2011 reached the lowest level since 2004, according to statistics from the Czech transports ministry.

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