BIS Oxford Economics has in-depth expertise across all segments of construction, providing a wide variety of services to a diverse client base.
Pulling together a bottom-up and top-down approach, we build up a detail picture of the construction sector down to a fine gradual level by sector and region for Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
We work with material suppliers, builders, developers, architects, financers, project managers, investors, government and industry bodies, helping them understand the opportunities and risks at play for their firm.
Anticipating the impact of key sector drivers. Including fluctuating interest rates, demographics and an evolving economic landscape at a global, national regional level enabling us to accurately forecast the construction sector.
Budgeting and sales forecasting. Connecting the outlook for the total market to define short term targets and benchmarks.
Project tracking. Utilising our detailed project listings for non-residential building and engineering construction to diagnose upcoming opportunities and question this missed.
Market share analysis to understand where one fits as part of the total market, and how this changes over.
Planning and strategy, defining the trend direction of the various market segments over long term.
Scenario analysis. By testing the various economic and industry risks and quantifying their impact.
Residential building by dwelling type, including houses, semi-detached and apartments. The renovations market is also captured.
Non-residential building by detailed sub-sectors, including offices, retail, accommodation, education, health, aged care, entertainment.
Engineering construction by detailed sub-sectors, including roads, rail, water, sewerage, communications, electricity, pipelines, mining and heavy industry.