Construction in Switzerland: Residential Sector acquires Largest Market Share

Posted by Deeksha on October 24th, 2019

Construction industry in Switzerland plays integral role in defining future growth and faces numerous challenges in terms of material price volatility, rapid technological changes and talent shortage. Swiss government is focused on roads expansion to reduce traffic congestion and developing infrastructure. Swiss construction industry is expanding and government is investing in infrastructure development in energy and institutional construction projects. Government has also launched new motorway and agglomeration fund to support road development. An intelligence report titled, “Construction in Switzerland – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2023” is the source of all the stated insights. This report is the latest addition to Market Research Hub’s ever growing repository

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Residential sector has gained prominence as largest market of construction industry in Switzerland. Further growth in the sector is anticipated owing to ongoing urbanization and increasing population. Financial factors such as low mortgage rate also boost the construction industry. Switzerland construction industry can be segregated into commercial construction, infrastructure construction, industrial construction, utilities construction and institutional construction.

Total contractors carry out very large projects

Several types of arrangements for procurements are carried out in Switzerland which include single contractors, general contractors and total contractors where total contractors co-ordinate with architects and planners to execute work and are preferred for very large projects. Contractors are liable for any defect in the construction project. They generally agree to work on fixed price and are paid only after completion of the project. Offers submitted by several contractors are thoroughly reviewed and the contractor with best offer is appointed for the project.

Construction sector is eyed as a potential segment to enhance energy efficiency. Swiss federal institutions are adopting energy standards to implement provisions in construction industry regarding efficient energy usage. Switzerland is committed towards creating carbon dioxide-free building stock and is utilizing one-third of CO? levy revenue towards building federal and cantonal structures. Renovation of building shells and investment in renewable energies is highly focused by Switzerland government.

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Construction in Switzerland: Report Synopsis

Quantitative and qualitative assessment exhort intelligence and overarching report on the Construction in Switzerland. Further, the report thoroughly delineates various aspects of the market that will potentially have considerable influence on the development of the Construction in Switzerland. As such, those aspects incorporate drivers, trends, restraints, and opportunities. Furthermore, the report elucidates segregation of the market that provides an exhaustive analysis on construction in Switzerland.

An insightful and deep-dive assessment of the competitive assessment of the Construction in Switzerland pins hope on Porters’ Five Force Analysis. Accordingly, the Porters’ Five Force Analysis offers a pressing analysis on the potential strategies of the preeminent players in the Construction in Switzerland. In addition, the business strategies counts on company overview, product portfolio, SWOT analysis, key differentiation and recent development.

Construction in Switzerland: Research Methodology

Primary sources and secondary sources propel intelligence report on Construction in Switzerland that provide deep dive analysis on the market. As such, the report provides reliable and unbiased projections, and assessments which have palpable impact on the market size and historical data. Besides, the report also counts on primary sources which hinges upon in-depth and intelligent analysis from well-grounded and reliable experts, telephonic interview, and a thorough assessment from surveys and seasoned analyst.

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