Forecasts for construction market and major segments

Construction market in Poland 2024-2031

The “Construction market in Poland” report is our main publication. The report is focused on the future of the broadly-defined construction market, while also presenting the historical time series. Proprietary seven-year forecasts for the three main segments of the construction market – residential, non-residential and civil engineering – as well as several sub-segments, such as single-family buildings, multi-dwelling buildings, collective accommodation buildings, hotels, office buildings, retail buildings, public buildings, production plants, storage facilities, roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, power-generation facilities, and transmission and distribution networks are the key component of the report.

Lists of several dozen major projects underway and planned in individual segments are salient components of the report. All in all, the report presents a comprehensive set of over 800 major projects, arranged in tables, that will drive growth in individual sub-segments of the construction market in the coming years.

Expert commentaries also form a valuable feature of the report as they provide additional insights for a better understanding of the current and future market situation and help identify opportunities and threats facing market players. We take a holistic approach to construction market research so that the report incorporates information useful for companies engaged in large-scale construction and firms busy with small projects alike.


What you can find in the report:

  • Macroeconomic forecasts
  • Forecasts for the labour market
  • Projected price trends
  • Forecasts for key construction materials (cement, concrete, steel)
  • Complete SWOT analyses for each segment and sub-segment
  • Seven-year forecasts for construction output generated in the three segments and several sub-segments of the construction industry
  • Construction output generated by large (more than 9 employees) and small (up to 10 employees) contractors
  • Analysis of key leading economic indicators
  • Schedule of top 800 projects underway and planned
  • Profitability and liquidity forecasts for construction companies
  • Assessment of the impact of ongoing legislative changes
  • Advances in government-led investment programmes
  • Factors driving growth of single-family construction and construction activities conducted by property developers
  • Analysis of long-term strategies followed by major employers
  • Current order books of leading construction companies
  • Progress in the utilisation of EU funds
  • Historical time series going back to 2005.



Key issues addressed in the report

  • Current value of the Polish construction market and its sub-segments
  • Our forecasts for the value growth in the next seven years
  • Construction market segments and sub-segments with the best prospects
  • Market sub-segments with the highest number of major projects planned
  • Opportunities for individual segments and sub-segments of the construction market
  • Trends posing a risk to individual segments and sub-segments of the construction market
  • Legislative changes that can change the situation in the construction market
  • The combined value of top 800 investment projects in the past five years
  • Construction sub-segments reporting the strongest growth in terms of the value of major projects planned
  • Order books of top 20 construction groups in the last decade
  • How and when the European Green Deal and Fit for 55 Package affect the Polish construction market
  • Advances in the implementation of the 2021-2027 FEnIKS scheme
  • Developments surrounding the National Recovery Plan
  • How many residential construction projects can be launched in the coming years
  • Single-family houses vs. multi-dwelling buildings: how the segments will evolve
  • Growth potential for student housing
  • Office buildings, hotels, shopping centres, warehouses - what to choose commercial construction segments that will play key role in the coming years
  •  How much GDDKiA and the local authorities plan to invest in the development of road infrastructure
  • Total capital expenditure on railway infrastructure planned to be made in the next decade
  • Advances in the preparation of the Central Communication Port construction
  • Construction projects planned by the Orlen Group in the coming years
  • Segments of power construction that will most benefit from energy transition in Poland
  • Companies planning to invest most in RES projects in Poland.



Key application of the report for business operations

  • Budgeting and setting sales targets
  • Developing market forecasts
  • Making demand forecasts for building materials and services
  • Designing a growth strategy
  • Preparing internal market segmentation
  • Identifying the most prospective sub-segments
  • Drawing up market reports
  • Selecting investment projects relevant to sales strategy
  • Planning pricing or marketing policies
  • Tracking trends relevant to the construction market
  • Preparing for expansion or expanding to the Polish construction market
  • Assessing how EU policies shape the outlook for the Polish construction sector
  • Analysing the labour market in the construction sector.


Segments and subsegments covered by this report:

  • Residential construction:
    • Single-family housing
    • Multi-dwelling buildings
    • Collective accommodation buildings
  • Non-residential construction:
    • Hotel construction
    • Office construction
    • Retail and service construction
    • Transport and communications buildings
    • Industrial and warehouse construction
    • Public building construction
    • Other non-residential buildings (mainly agricultural)
  • Civil engineering construction:
    • Road construction
    • Railway construction
    • Bridge and tunnel construction
    • Hydro engineering
    • Transmission construction
    • Water and sewage construction
    • Power engineering and heavy industry construction
    • Sports and recreation construction.


Two editions of the report released every year

The spring edition is particularly useful for finding out about the actual performance of the construction sector in the previous year and the prospects for the current year. The spring report provides valuable support to prepare market reports or update strategies for the current year.

The autumn edition presents a summary of construction activity in the first half of the year as well as projections for the second half of the year. It also features a feasible forecast for the growth of the sector in the forthcoming year. The autumn report is a great help in budgeting and planning activities for the next year.


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