Construction in Mexico - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018 
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This report provides detailed market analysis, in...
4 Industrial Construction 
4.1 Performance Outlook 
4.2 Key Trends And Issues 
4.3 Data And Project Highlights 
5 Infrastr...
12.5.1 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Competitors 
12.5.2 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Employees 
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The Mexican construction industry registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.64% during the review period (2009−2013). Growth was largely driven by a change in Public Works Law, new industry and economic policies, and a National Infrastructure Plan (NIP). The industry is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 4.84% over the forecast period (2014−2018), driven by growth in the infrastructure market in line with government measures to enhance transport infrastructure. Industry expansion will also be driven by an increase in population, government initiatives to support the growth of high value-add industries, and an expected revival in consumer confidence.

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  1. 1. Construction in Mexico - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018 Synopsis This report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Mexican construction industry including: Mexican construction industry's growth prospects by market, project type and type of construction activity Analysis of equipment, material and service costs across each project type in Mexico Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues, and the risks and opportunities they present to participants in the Mexican construction industry Profiles of the leading operators in Mexican construction industry. Data highlights of the largest construction projects in Mexico Executive summary The Mexican construction industry registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.64% during the review period (2009−2013). Growth was largely driven by a change in Public Works Law, new industry and economic policies, and a National Infrastructure Plan (NIP). The industry is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 4.84% over the forecast period (2014−2018), driven by growth in the infrastructure market in line with government measures to enhance transport infrastructure. Industry expansion will also be driven by an increase in population, government initiatives to support the growth of high value-add industries, and an expected revival in consumer confidence. Scope This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in Mexico. It provides: Historical (2009-2013) and forecast (2014-2018) valuations of the construction industry in Mexico using construction output and value-add methods Segmentation by sector (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, institutional and residential) and by project type Breakdown of values within each project type, by type of activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by type of cost (materials, equipment and services) Analysis of key construction industry issues, including regulation, cost management, funding and pricing Detailed profiles of the leading construction companies in Mexico Reasons to buy Identify and evaluate market opportunities using our standardized valuation and forecasting methodologies Assess market growth potential at a micro-level with over 600 time-series data forecasts Understand the latest industry and market trends Formulate and validate business strategies using Timetric's critical and actionable insight Assess business risks, including cost, regulatory and competitive pressures Evaluate competitive risk and success factors Key highlights After recovering from the financial crisis, the Mexican construction industry recorded a slowdown of 1.8% in 2013. During the review period, the gross value-added growth in construction peaked at an annual rate of 10.6% (in nominal terms) in 2011, but activity slowed in 2013, and a contraction of 1.7% was registered in 2013. The outlook is different for 2014 as the industry is anticipated to register a value-added growth of 3.9% (in nominal terms) generating 300,000 jobs. The industry is set to grow further, both in 2014 and over the forecast period, due to improved economic conditions, low interest rates and increased investment. With government commitment and investment picking up, the industry is showing signs of positive growth. The industry’s value add is projected to reach MXN1.5 trillion (US$94.8 billion) in 2018, representative of a forecast-period CAGR of 3.24%. Under Mexico’s NIP 2014−2018, a series of infrastructure projects will be launched to improve bridges, ports, roads, highways, airports, railways and power supplies, which will ultimately lead to the modernization of the country’s infrastructure. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) will be a major source of investment. Mexico’s National Infrastructure Fund (Fondo Nacional de Infraestructura) and the National Bank of Public Works and Services (Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Públicos) will also act as financial providers to the plan. The government intends to spend MXN7.8 trillion (US$619.1 billion), of which MXN1.3 trillion (US$102.1 billion) is expected to be spent on transport and communication. According to the Secretariat of Communications and Transport (SCT), investment in roads under the plan is 36.0%, higher than the investment made under the previous government. In a bid to support the residential construction market and develop affordable properties for low-income demographics, a co-operation agreement was signed between the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group and the Mexican homebuilder Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos in 2012. In partnership with this agreement, financial assistance of up to MXN1.4 billion (US$105.0 million) will be granted to build energy-efficient housing units for low income demographics. Under this agreement, nearly 36,000 housing units must be constructed annually until 2017, to overcome a housing deficit of 9 million units. This will generate 4,500 jobs every year. The IFC will be providing assistance in the form of MXN658.8 million (US$50.0 million) to Urbi, while Canada will make a contribution of MXN263.5 million (US$20.0 million) through the IFC-Canada Climate Change Program. In addition, an amount of MXN461.1 million (US$35.0 million) will also be provided through a syndicated loan from international commercial banks. Consequently, government-led affordable housing projects are expected to encourage expansion in the category over the forecast period. To increase the annual inflow of tourists, it is important that the Mexican government makes efforts to ensure safety. According to the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index 2013, Mexico ranked 121st position out of 140 countries in terms of safety and security. The drug war and associated violence, kidnappings and mass murders have adversely affected the country’s image as a safe destination. The growth in tourism can be attributed only to the country’s improving economic conditions and a rise in industrial activity, which improved employment opportunities, and led to a rise in income and expenditure. This will further support the growth of the leisure and hospitality buildings category over the forecast period. table Of Contents 1 Executive Summary 2 Market Overview 2.1 Key Trends And Issues 2.2 Benchmarking By Market Size And Growth 3 Commercial Construction 3.1 Performance Outlook 3.2 Key Trends And Issues 3.3 Data And Project Highlights Construction in Mexico - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018
  2. 2. 4 Industrial Construction 4.1 Performance Outlook 4.2 Key Trends And Issues 4.3 Data And Project Highlights 5 Infrastructure Construction 5.1 Performance Outlook 5.2 Key Trends And Issues 5.3 Data And Project Highlights 6 Institutional Construction 6.1 Performance Outlook 6.2 Key Trends And Issues 6.3 Data And Project Highlights 7 Residential Construction 7.1 Performance Outlook 7.2 Key Trends And Issues 7.3 Data And Project Highlights 8 Company Profile: Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. 8.1 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Overview 8.2 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Business Description 8.3 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Main Services 8.4 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – History 8.5 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Information 8.5.1 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Competitors 8.5.2 Empresas Ica, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Employees 9 Company Profile: Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. 9.1 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Overview 9.2 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Business Description 9.3 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Main Services 9.4 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – History 9.5 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Information 9.5.1 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Competitors 9.5.2 Desarrolladora Homex, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Employees 10 Company Profile: Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. 10.1 Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Overview 10.2 Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. – Main Services 10.3 Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Information 10.3.1 Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Competitors 10.3.2 Impulsora Del Desarrollo Y El Empleo En America Latina S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Employees 11 Company Profile: Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. 11.1 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Company Overview 11.2 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Business Description 11.3 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Main Products And Services 11.4 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – History 11.5 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Company Information 11.5.1 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Key Competitors 11.5.2 Grupo Carso, S.a. De C.v. – Key Employees 12 Company Profile: Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. 12.1 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Overview 12.2 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Business Description 12.3 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Main Products And Services 12.4 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – History 12.5 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Company Information Construction in Mexico - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018
  3. 3. 12.5.1 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Competitors 12.5.2 Consorcio Ara, S.a.b. De C.v. – Key Employees 13 Market Data Analysis 13.1 Construction Output And Value Add 13.1.1 Construction Output By Project Type 13.1.2 Construction Output By Cost Type 13.1.3 Construction Output By Activity Type 13.1.4 Construction Value Add By Project Type 13.2 Commercial Construction 13.2.1 Commercial Construction Output By Project Type 13.2.2 Commercial Construction Output By Cost Type 13.2.3 Commercial Construction Output By Activity Type 13.2.4 Commercial Construction Value Add By Project Type 13.3 Industrial Construction 13.3.1 Industrial Construction Output By Project Type 13.3.2 Industrial Construction Output By Cost Type 13.3.3 Industrial Construction Output By Activity Type 13.3.4 Industrial Construction Value Add By Project Type 13.4 Infrastructure Construction 13.4.1 Infrastructure Construction Output By Project Type 13.4.2 Infrastructure Construction Output By Cost Type 13.4.3 Infrastructure Construction Output By Activity Type 13.4.4 Infrastructure Construction Value Add By Project Type 13.5 Institutional Construction 13.5.1 Institutional Construction Output By Project Type 13.5.2 Institutional Construction Output By Cost Type 13.5.3 Institutional Construction Output By Activity Type 13.5.4 Institutional Construction Value Add By Project Type 13.6 Residential Construction 13.6.1 Residential Construction Output By Project Type 13.6.2 Residential Construction Output By Cost Type 13.6.3 Residential Construction Output By Activity Type 13.6.4 Residential Construction Value Add By Project Type 14 Appendix 14.1 What Is This Report About? 14.2 Definitions 14.3 Summary Methodology 14.4 Methodology 14.5 Contact Timetric 14.6 About Timetric 14.7 Timetric’s Services 14.8 Disclaimer ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Construction in Mexico - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018

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