Global Construction Industry: Business Outlook Survey of Senior Executives 2013–2014

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Synopsis

•The report provides data and analysis of senior executive procurement and marketing expenditure intentions and developments within the global construction industry
•The report identifies and analyzes the important criteria for supplier selection and the current and future procurement objectives from the point of view of senior executives
•The report identifies the key marketing aims of organizations and recognizes important criteria for marketing agency selection, and the attitudes to marketing and sales of senior executives
•The report identifies the threats and opportunities within the global construction industry as seen by senior executives
•The report analyses economic outlook trends and business confidence within the global construction industry as seen by senior executives
•The report provides a definitive assessment of the emerging markets that marketing executives should concentrate on and the senior executive interpretation of the economic situation in developed markets

Summary

“Global Construction Industry: Business Outlook Survey of Senior Executives 2013–2014” is a new report by Timetric that that analyzes how company procurement expenditures, business strategies, media spend, marketing and sales strategies, and business planning are set to change in 2013–2014. This report provides data and analysis on category-level spending outlooks, budgets, supplier selection criteria, business challenges and investment opportunities as seen by senior level executives. Furthermore it provides data on the current size of the marketing and advertising budgets and details on how spending will change, providing insight into global marketing behavior; it also identifies future growth, key consumer trends, M&A, and e-procurement across various industries. This report not only grants access to the opinions and strategies of business decision makers and competitors in the global construction industry, but also examines their actions surrounding business priorities and provides access to information categorized by region and size.

Scope

The report features the opinions of global construction industry respondents related to the following:
•Revenue growth projections
•Market-specific growth opportunities
•Mergers and acquisitions
•Capital expenditure
•Leading business concerns
•Marketing expenditure trends
•Key factors for marketing agency selection

Reasons To Buy

•Project industry trends and revenue growth expectations across industries in 2013 and understand levels of business confidence to make informed business decisions
•Drive revenues by understanding future product investment areas and key growth regions
•Uncover the key challenges and opportunities, and identify the key actions required to maintain and win business
•Formulate effective sales and marketing strategies by identifying how company budgets are changing and the direction of spending in the future.
•Better promote your business by aligning your capabilities and business practices with your customer’s changing needs
•Secure stronger customer relationships by understanding the behavior and changing strategies of companies

Key Highlights

•China, India and Brazil are the important emerging markets for growth in 2013
•‘Market uncertainty’, ‘cost containments’ and ‘retention and recruitment of skilled staff’ are the leading business concerns for 2013
•Overall, for 2013, the average size of the annual procurement budget identified by senior level executives across industries is projected at US$41 million, while the annual marketing budget is identified at US$6 million
•‘Quality’, ‘level of service’, and ‘price’ are considered the most important factors for supplier selection by senior level respondents in 2013
•‘Market intelligence research’, ‘CRM systems’ and ‘ERP solutions’ were identified as the marketing and sales solutions most expected to be invested in during 2013

Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Global Construction Industry Dynamics – Senior-Level Respondents
2.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Expectations
2.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – revenue growth expectations by region
2.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – revenue growth expectations by company turnover
2.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Priorities
2.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key priorities by region
2.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key priorities by company turnover
2.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Merger and Acquisition Activity Expectations
2.3.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – M&A activity expectations by region
2.3.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – M&A activity expectations by company turnover
2.4 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Capital Expenditure Estimation
2.4.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – projection of capital expenditure by region
2.4.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – projection of capital expenditure by company turnover
2.5 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity
2.5.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in staff recruitment activity by region
2.5.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in staff recruitment activity by company turnover
3 Global Construction Industry Market Growth Outlook – Senior-Level Respondents
3.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Demand in Emerging Markets
3.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – demand in emerging markets by region
3.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – demand in emerging markets by company turnover
3.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Growth Expectations in Developed Countries
3.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – growth expectations in developed countries by region
3.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – growth expectations in developed countries by company turnover
4 Threats and Opportunities – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents
4.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns
4.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – leading business concerns by region
4.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – leading business concerns by company turnover
4.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Supplier Actions to Maintain and Secure Buyer Business
4.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – actions to maintain and secure buyer business by region
4.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – actions to maintain and secure buyer business by company turnover
4.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variations in Operational Costs
4.3.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key variations in operational costs by region
4.3.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key variations in operational costs by company turnover
4.4 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Impact of Costs on Product Pricing
5 Global Construction Industry Buyer Expenditure Activity – Senior-Level Respondents
5.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets
5.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – revenue growth vs. procurement budget
5.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – annual procurement budgets by region
5.1.3 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – annual procurement budgets by company turnover
5.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure
5.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in procurement expenditure by region
5.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in procurement expenditure by company turnover
5.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Changes in Procurement Expenditure by Product and Service Category
5.4 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices
5.4.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – variations in regional supplier prices by region
5.4.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – variations in regional supplier prices by company turnover
6 Global Construction Industry Procurement Behaviors and Strategies – Senior-Level Respondents
6.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection
6.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives
6.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – future procurement objectives by region
6.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – future procurement objectives by company turnover
6.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E-Procurement
6.3.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – e-procurement by region
6.3.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – e-procurement by turnover
7 Global Construction Industry – Suppliers’ Marketing Expenditure Activity by Senior-Level Respondents
7.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Marketing Budgets
7.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – annual marketing budgets by region
7.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – annual marketing budgets by company turnover
7.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure Levels
7.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in marketing expenditure by region
7.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in marketing expenditure by turnover
7.2.3 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned change in marketing expenditure levels by revenue growth expectations
7.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Investment in Media Channels
7.3.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – future investment in media channels by region
7.3.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – future investment in media channels by turnover
7.4 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Investment in Marketing and Sales Technology
7.4.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned investment in marketing and sales technologies by region
7.4.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – planned investment in marketing and sales technologies by turnover
8 Global Construction Industry Senior Level-Respondents – Marketing and Sales Behaviors and Strategies
8.1 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Marketing Aims by Senior-Level Respondents
8.1.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key marketing aims by region
8.1.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key marketing aims by turnover
8.2 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Amendments to Marketing Agencies in 2013
8.2.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key amendments to marketing agencies in 2013 by region
8.2.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – key amendments to marketing agencies in 2013 by turnover
8.3 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Best Uses of New Media for Business Prospects
8.3.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – best uses of new media for business prospects by region
8.3.2 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – best uses of new media for business prospects by turnover
8.4 Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Critical Factors for Choosing a Marketing Agency
8.4.1 Global construction industry senior-level respondents – critical factors for choosing a marketing agency by turnover
9 Appendix
9.1 What is this Report About?
9.2 Definitions
9.3 Methodology
9.4 Profile of Survey Respondents
9.5 Contact Timetric
9.6 About Timetric
9.7 Timetric’s Services
9.8 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Optimism (%), 2013
Table 2: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Optimism by Region (%), 2013
Table 3: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Optimism by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 4: Global Construction Industry – Key Priorities by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 5: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents Key Priorities by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 6: Global Construction Industry – M&A Activity Forecast by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 7: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents M&A Activity Forecast by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 8: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents M&A Activity Forecast by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Table 9: Global Construction Industry – Capital Expenditure Estimation by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 10: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Capital Expenditure Estimation by Region (% Increase), 2013–2014
Table 11: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents Capital Expenditure Estimation by Turnover (% Increase), 2013–2014
Table 12: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 13: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 14: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Table 15: Global Construction Industry – Demand in Emerging Markets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 16: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Growth Expectations in Developed Countries (%), 2013–2014
Table 17: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Growth Expectations in Developed Countries by Region (% Increase), 2013–2014
Table 18: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns (%), 2013–2014
Table 19: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 20: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Securing Buyer Business (%), 2013
Table 21: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Securing Buyer Business by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 22: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variation in Operational Costs (%), 2013–2014
Table 23: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variation in Operational Costs (%), 2013–2014 by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 24: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets in US$ (%), 2013
Table 25: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Increase in Revenue Growth vs. Procurement Budget (%), 2013
Table 26: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets in US$ by Region (%), 2013
Table 27: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure (%), 2013
Table 28: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure by Region (%), 2013
Table 29: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Change in Expenditure by Product and Service Category (%), 2013
Table 30: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices (%), 2013
Table 31: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Region (%), 2013
Table 32: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 33: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives (%), 2013
Table 34: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives by Region (%), 2013
Table 35: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 36: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E–Procurement, Level of Implementation (%), 2013
Table 37: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E–Procurement, Level of Implementation by Region (%), 2013
Table 38: Global Construction Industry – Annual Marketing Budgets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 39: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Marketing Budgets by Region (%), 2013
Table 40: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Marketing Budgets by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 41: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 42: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 43: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure Levels by Revenue Growth Expectations (%), 2013
Table 44: Global Construction Industry – Future Investment in Media Channels by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 45: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Investment in Media Channels by Region (% Increase Responses), 2013
Table 46: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Investment in Media Channels by Turnover (% Increase Responses), 2013
Table 47: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Investment in Marketing and Sales Technologies (%), 2013
Table 48: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Investment in Marketing and Sales Technologies by Region (%), 2013
Table 49: Global Construction Industry – Key Marketing Aims by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 50: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Marketing Aims by Region (%), 2013
Table 51: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Marketing Aims by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 52: Global Construction Industry – Key Amendments to Marketing Activities by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Table 53: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Amendments to Marketing Activities by Region (%), 2013–2014
Table 54: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Amendments to Marketing Activities by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Table 55: Best Uses of New Media – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 56: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Best Uses of New Media by Region (%), 2013
Table 57: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Best Uses of New Media by Turnover (%), 2013
Table 58: Critical Success Factors – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 59: Critical Success Factors by Turnover – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Table 60: Survey Results – Closed Questions
Table 61: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents by Company Type, 2013
Table 62: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 63: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents by Region (%), 2013

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Optimism (%), 2013
Figure 2: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Revenue Growth Optimism by Region (%), 2013
Figure 3: Global Construction Industry – Key Priorities by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 4: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents Key Priorities by Region (%), 2013–2014
Figure 5: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents Key Priorities by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 6: Global Construction Industry – M&A Activity Forecast by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 7: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents M&A Activity Forecast by Region (%), 2013–2014
Figure 8: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents M&A Activity Forecast by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Figure 9: Global Construction Industry – Capital Expenditure Estimation by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 10: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Capital Expenditure Estimation by Region (% Increase), 2013–2014
Figure 11: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents Capital Expenditure Estimation by Turnover (% Increase), 2013–2014
Figure 12: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 13: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Region (%), 2013–2014
Figure 14: Global Construction Industry – Senior-Level Respondents’ Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Figure 15: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Top Ten Growth Regions, 2013
Figure 16: Global Construction Industry – Top Five Emerging Markets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 17: Global Construction Industry – Demand in Emerging Markets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 18: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Demand in Emerging Markets by Region (%), 2013–2014
Figure 19: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Demand in Emerging Markets by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Figure 20: Global Construction Industry – Top Five Developed Markets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 21: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Growth Expectations in Developed Countries (%), 2013–2014
Figure 22: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Growth Expectations in Developed Countries by Turnover (% Increase), 2013–2014
Figure 23: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns (%), 2013–2014
Figure 24: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns (%), 2013–2014
Figure 25: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Leading Business Concerns by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Figure 26: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Securing Buyer Business (%), 2013
Figure 27: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Securing Buyer Business by Region (%), 2013
Figure 28: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variation in Operational Costs (%), 2013–2014
Figure 29: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variation in Operational Costs by Region (%), 2013–2014
Figure 30: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Variation in Operational Costs by Turnover (%), 2013–2014
Figure 31: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Impact of Changing Costs on Product Pricing (%), 2013
Figure 32: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets in US$ (%), 2013
Figure 33: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets in US$ by Region (%), 2013
Figure 34: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Procurement Budgets in US$ by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 35: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure (%), 2013
Figure 36: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure by Region (%), 2013
Figure 37: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Procurement Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 38: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Change in Expenditure by Product and Service Category (%), 2013
Figure 39: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices (%), 2013
Figure 40: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Region (%), 2013
Figure 41: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 42: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection, 2013
Figure 43: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives (%), 2013
Figure 44: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives by Region (%), 2013
Figure 45: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Future Procurement Objectives by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 46: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E–Procurement, Level of Implementation (%), 2013
Figure 47: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E–Procurement, Level of Implementation by Region (%), 2013
Figure 48: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – E–Procurement, Level of Implementation by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 49: Global Construction Industry – Annual Marketing Budgets by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Figure 50: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Marketing Budgets by Region (%), 2013
Figure 51: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Annual Marketing Budgets by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 52: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Figure 53: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure by Region (%), 2013
Figure 54: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Change in Marketing Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 55: Global Construction Industry – Future Investment in Media Channels by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Figure 56: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Investment in Marketing and Sales Technologies (%), 2013
Figure 57: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Investment in Marketing and Sales Technologies by Region (%), 2013
Figure 58: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Planned Investment in Marketing and Sales Technologies by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 59: Global Construction Industry – Key Marketing Aims by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Figure 60: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Marketing Aims by Region (%), 2013
Figure 61: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Key Marketing Aims by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 62: Global Construction Industry – Key Amendments to Marketing Activities by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013–2014
Figure 63: Best Uses of New Media – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013
Figure 64: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Best Uses of New Media by Region (%), 2013
Figure 65: Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents – Best Uses of New Media by Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 66: Critical Success Factors by Turnover – Global Construction Industry Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013

Companies Mentioned

Peab AB
Liebherr Group
Morgan Sindall
Tata Steel Europe Limited
Terex Corporation
Volvo Construction Equipment
AMEC
Bilfinger
Atlas Copco
Balfour Beatty Plc.
Populous
Kone Corporation
Caterpillar
Larsen & Toubro Limited
Acciona Infrastructure
Carillion plc
Al Futtaim Carillion LLC
Skanska
China State Construction Engineering Limited
Manitowoc Cranes
Bouygues Construction
NCC AB

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