Civil engineering to be a driving force of the Romanian construction industry

Romanian civil engineering construction has registered considerably better performance in 2011 compared to the residential and non-residential segments, which posted decreases. The reason behind this is increased capital expenditure on infrastructure projects, particularly road and railway construction.
Despite the strong economic downturn Romania experienced in 2009 and 2010, the value of civil engineering works has not decreased greatly, compared to the decreases in non-residential and residential construction. According to our latest report, entitled “Construction sector in Romania 2012 – Development forecasts for 2012-2014”, civil engineering increased by nearly 16% in 2011, reaching RON 35bn (€8.3bn).

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