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Infrastructure and Mining

BIS Oxford Economics is highly regarded for its research and forecasting in the infrastructure construction, transport, maintenance, mining, utilities and related sectors.

Infrastructure and Mining Research

JUST PUBLISHED DEC 2017..
This online service is the only source of consistent market information and forecasts for mineral commodity markets and activities undertaken at each stage of the mine life cycle; from exploration, investment, mining operations (including contract mining) and maintenance - across 9 key commodities. Regular service, with quarterly updates.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Rubhen Jeya
  • Ronal Kumar
  • Husam El-Tarifi
  • Adrian Hart
  • Harry Good
  • Tyson Goddard

2018ED  - JUST PUBLISHED 30.4.18
This quarterly service provides detailed forecasts for 12 sub-sectors of activity including roads, bridges, railways, harbours, water, sewerage, electricity, telecommunications, recreation, pipelines, mining and heavy industry, and other engineering construction. We provide data and forecasts by state/territory, by sector of ownership (public versus private) and who does the work (private contractors versus public sector day labour), supported by major project lists.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Rubhen Jeya
  • Ronal Kumar
  • Adrian Hart
  • Harry Good
  • Tyson Goddard
ISSUE 2.2 PUBLISHED END MAY 2018
Our latest quarterly tool
designed to help companies turn strategies into tactics to identify, target and win specific maintenance contracts across metal ore mining, oil and gas, metals processing, rail, ports, electricity, water/wastewater and defence sectors. Efficiently build 5 year plans with projected revenue curves, view client and competitor contracts, map contracts geographically, view satellite imagery and more....

ISSUE 1.2 PUBLISHED MAY 2018
This quarterly tool is designed to help companies fast track tactics to identify, target and win maintenance contracts across wastewater treatment plants, major roads, power stations, oil refinery and other major assets, along with facilities management including government housing. Efficiently build 5 year plans with projected revenue curves, view client and competitor contracts, map contracts geographically, view satellite imagery and more

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Adrian Hart

The quarterly bulletins are useful as a regular and timely update on road and bridge construction trends, as well as providing an outlook for construction costs. As such, this report is an ideal supplement to the Road Construction in Australia report.


CONTRIBUTORS

  • Adrian Hart
2018 REPORT NOW AVAILABLE!
This study provides a detailed coverage of trends, issues and outlook for Australia’s road construction sector. Unique historical time series data and forecasts of road construction work are provided in the report, along with BIS Oxford Economics' extensive and authoritative written analysis, commentary and major project lists which underpin the outlook.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Adrian Hart
  • Ronal Kumar
  • Harry Good
  • Tyson Goddard

BIS Oxford Economics' annual Road Maintenance in Australia report is the most reliable and comprehensive source of data and forecasts for organisations operating in the road maintenance industry. This study provides a detailed coverage of trends, issues and outlook for Australia’s road maintenance sector.


CONTRIBUTORS

  • Ronal Kumar
  • Adrian Hart
  • Harry Good
  • Tyson Goddard

PUBLISHED MAY 2017
A powerful and concise overview of the entire road sector – covering size and composition, the outlook for each detailed market segment, likely changes in delivery methods and other issues. Available to 2017 Roads Package subscribers only.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Adrian Hart

Examines the outlook for the mining and heavy industry category of engineering construction. This includes the resources, minerals processing and other heavy industrial sectors.

 

 

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Rubhen Jeya
  • Adrian Hart
  • Ronal Kumar
BIENNIAL STUDY...
The only source of detailed estimates and forecasts for Australia’s $40+billion maintenance market. The aim of the research is to identify trends and the outlook for maintenance activities, the nature of contracting arrangements, estimate the size of the contestable and non-contestable maintenance market by 12 industry segments (and activity within each segment) and to provide forecasts of growth in maintenance work.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Rubhen Jeya
  • Adrian Hart
  • Ronal Kumar