TO ACCESS THE REPORT VIA THE CCF VICTORIA MEMBERSHIP PORTAL… CLICK HERE!
CCF Victoria is proud to announce the launch of the Victorian Civil Infrastructure Outlook Report: 2021-2025.

Commissioned by CCF Victoria and prepared by BIS Oxford Economics, this report provides an updated outlook for construction activity in Victoria over the next four years, with a particular focus on the civil construction industry.

The report also supplements the Rebuilding Australia – A Plan for a Civil Infrastructure Led Recovery report (also prepared by BIS Oxford Economics) released in May 2021.

HOW TO ACCESS THE REPORT:
Please note: This report is available only to financial members of CCF Victoria and can be found inside the CCF Membership Portal for Download.

If you are not a Member of CCF Victoria and would like to access the report, please contact Client Services Officer Annie Kessell at akessell@ccfvic.com.au

About the Report:

Developed by Adrian Hart of BIS Oxford Economics, the 2021 Victorian Civil Infrastructure Outlook Report provides a forecast on major projects, key issues and challenges confronting the civil construction industry up until 2025, and provides a positive outlook, with civil work growing another 13% in real terms over the next four years, led particularly by a strong pipeline of transport investment.

It also highlights key demand and supply side risks to maximising the benefit from this investment: the very strong growth in construction activity nationally led by public infrastructure investment, constraints to skilled labour formation from weaker population growth and falling vocational training outcomes, risks to construction materials capacity and the need to reverse the construction industry’s poor productivity performance over the past decade.

Rebuilding Victoria… a Plan for a Civil Infrastructure Led Recovery.

Included within the Victorian Civil Infrastructure Outlook Report is an ‘Infographic’ highlighting some of the key findings around investment in rail, roads and other civil activity across Victoria.

It also contains the ‘5 Key Pillars’ that CCF Victoria use to centre their work around Advocacy and Representation.

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AUTHOR: Adrian Hart
Associate Director – Construction, Mining & Maintenance
BIS Oxford Economics
Adrian Hart is an Associate Director of BIS Oxford Economics. He is responsible for analysis and forecasts for the building, construction, maintenance and mining sectors across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.

Adrian has over 17 years of experience with BIS Oxford Economics as Economist, with a focus on analysis and forecasts of the Australian economy, investment, construction and mining.

TO ACCESS THE REPORT VIA THE CCF VICTORIA MEMBERSHIP PORTAL… CLICK HERE!