The Economic & Construction Market Review from Barbour ABI provides a monthly round up with UK construction industry insight, market analysis, forecasts, trends and statistics.
Our summary report includes detailed information on the economic climate and its effects on the construction industry, as well as a round up of the UK construction industry and trends from the past month. Included is analysis and data on the areas within the UK experiencing the most construction contracts and growth, insight on the key sectors in growth or decline, as well as construction industry forecasting and key statistics. Created using our construction project data, this market intelligence provides a valuable tool for all those working within construction. Register below to receive this summary report into your inbox every month.
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The volume of projects, companies and contacts on the database has helped Garic’s sales team book initial meetings for projects. As a team we find it especially useful to breakdown the projects into an area, so each account manager has a select number of projects to work on.