World Construction 2011 now available

By Richard High14 January 2011

KHL's World Construction 2011, the only annual in-depth review of the global construction industry, is now available via's Information Store.

The World Construction special report 2011 is designed to give a concise yet far reaching picture of the global construction industry this year, and to provide a directory of the key companies in the sector.

The report starts with an in-depth article on the current state and outlook for the global construction industry, providing an overview of the size of the market and its potential for growth in the years to come.

It then moves on to look at the global construction market from the point of view of contractors. This is centered around International Construction's well-known annual league table of the world's top 200 construction companies.

As well as giving a top-to-bottom view of the major players in the global industry, in-depth analysis of the league table, and of previous years' tables it gives a unique insight into the industry's growth in terms of sales, profitability, employment and other key benchmarks.

Further on in this special report 2011, we start to look at individual regions and countries of the world, with analysis from consultant Global Insight, combined with on-the ground reporting from International Construction's own editorial team. This provides a uniquely balanced view of the industry, with statistics complemented by views, anecdotal testimony and opinions from key players in construction in different parts of the world.

Finally, World Construction 2011 concludes with a lengthy A-Z directory of the world's largest construction companies, and includes outline financial data, headcount and other relevant information.

World Construction 2011 is available in both digital or paper versions.

To see sample pages and buy your copy CLICK HERE

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