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Project Insight – Industrial Construction Projects in the Americas

The US economy remains a key driver of growth in the region as a whole, and is set to record solid growth of around 2.4% a year over the forecast period. Canada’s economy is not as diverse or resilient, being more dependent on commodities. As a result, Canada had comparatively low growth in 2015 and ranks third in terms of industrial projects value.

Some Latin American economies; notably Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela, have been mismanaged, and were also hit by a decline in demand for commodities, which are a major source of their export revenue. Argentina and Brazil have both been affected by political and economic turmoil, which has held back their economic performance, while Bolivia and Peru are reaping the benefits of structural reforms, more settled political leadership and good demand for their products.

The Latin America economy as a whole contracted in 2015, and a further decline is expected in 2016, primarily reflecting the troubles in Brazil. The region also continues to face difficulties in the form of low commodity prices, reduced investor confidence, and increased financial volatility.

Scope

• Insight on industrial construction investment in a total of 25 countries in the Americas

• Detailed profiles of the eight leading countries including: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru and the US

• Detail on the top ten projects in each of the eight major countries profiled

• An overview of project activity and the outlook for economic growth in each of the eight key countries in the report

• Analysis of project values by stage and type (US$ millions)

• An analysis of project values by start date and stage

• The top ten projects by location, value, sector and stage from the 17 other countries in the Americas featured in the report

• Other countries value by type

• Analysis of industrial projects in six main categories, namely: chemical and pharmaceutical plants, manufacturing plants, metal and material processing plants, metal and material production plants, other industrial buildings and waste processing plants

• The top ten projects by value and stage in each of these six main categories

• Projects value by country and stage in the six main categories of industrial construction

• Insight on the key practitioners in the market by category namely: contractors, consulting engineers and project owners

• The value of the top ten projects in each of the key practitioner categories

• Insight on projects tracked by stage of development, from conception through to planning, design, tender and finally execution

• Insight on a significant number of projects with a start date of Q3 2016 and beyond

Key Highlights

What is the report’s estimate of the total investment in industrial construction projects for the Americas in US$ billion?

Which country has the highest value of industrial construction projects? Which country has the second highest value of projects? What is the difference in value between these two leading countries?

How much of the value of projects monitored is accounted for by the leading eight countries profiled?

What is the total value of the projects accounted for by the remaining 17 countries? What percentage of the total projects is at the pre-execution stages?

Reasons to Buy

• Assess the key trends and identify new opportunities arising in the industrial construction projects in the Americas

• Identify the most attractive industrial construction projects in each country by location, value, project stage and start date

• Investigate the competitive landscape of the industrial construction industry in the Americas, including the levels of involvement of the leading project owners, contractors and consulting engineers in this sector

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. REGIONAL OVERVIEW

3. SECTOR OVERVIEW

3.1. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Plants

3.2. Manufacturing Plants

3.3. Metal and Material Processing Plants

3.4. Metal and Material Production Plants

3.5. Other Industrial Buildings

3.6. Waste Processing Plants

4. KEY OPERATORS

4.1. Contractors

4.2. Consulting engineers

4.3. Project owners

5. COUNTRY PROFILE – ARGENTINA

5.1. General Outlook

5.2. Projects Analysis

6. COUNTRY PROFILE – BOLIVIA

6.1. General Outlook

6.2. Projects Analysis

7. COUNTRY PROFILE – BRAZIL

7.1. General Outlook

7.2. Projects Analysis

8. COUNTRY PROFILE – CANADA

8.1. General Outlook

8.2. Projects Analysis

9. COUNTRY PROFILE – CHILE

9.1. General Outlook

9.2. Projects Analysis

10. COUNTRY PROFILE – MEXICO

10.1. General Outlook

10.2. Projects Analysis

11. COUNTRY PROFILE – PERU

11.1. General Outlook

11.2. Projects Analysis

12. COUNTRY PROFILE – THE US

12.1. General Outlook

12.2. Projects Analysis

13. COUNTRY PROFILE – OTHERS

14. APPENDIX

14.1. Methodology

14.2. Further Information

14.3. Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Project Values by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Table 2: Average Economic Growth (%), 2015–2018

Table 2: Top 10 Projects – Chemical & Pharmaceutical Plants

Table 3: Top 10 Projects – Manufacturing Plants

Table 4: Top 10 Projects – Metal and Material Processing Plants

Table 5: Top 10 Projects – Metal and Material Production Plants

Table 6: Top 10 Projects – Other Industrial Buildings

Table 7: Top 10 Projects – Waste Processing Plants

Table 8: Key Contractors – Value of Projects

Table 9: Consulting Engineers – Value of Projects

Table 10: Key Project Owners – Value of Projects

Table 11: Top 10 Projects – Argentina

Table 12: Top 10 Projects – Bolivia

Table 13: Top 10 Projects – Brazil

Table 14: Top 10 Projects – Canada

Table 15: Top 10 Projects – Chile

Table 16: Top 10 Projects – Mexico

Table 17: Top 10 Projects – Peru

Table 18: Top 10 Projects – The US

Table 19: Top 10 Projects – Other Countries

List of Figures

Figure 1: Projects Value by Type and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 2: Projects Value by Country and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 3: Chemical and Pharmaceutical Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 4: Manufacturing Plants Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 5: Metal and Material Processing Plants Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 6: Metal and Material Production Plants Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 7: Other Industrial Buildings Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 8: Waste Processing Plants Projects Value by Country and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 9: Argentina Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 10: Argentina Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 11: Bolivia Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 12: Bolivia Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 13: Brazil Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 14: Brazil Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 15: Canada Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 16: Canada Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 17: Chile Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 18: Chile Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 19: Mexico Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 20: Mexico Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 21: Peru Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 22: Peru Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 23: The US Projects – Value by Stage and Type (US$ Million)

Figure 24: The US Projects – Value by Start Date and Stage (US$ Million)

Figure 25: Other Countries Projects – Value by Type (US$ Million)

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