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Esteemed for their high quality data, BIS Shrapnel offers in depth research and forecasting in the infrastructure construction, maintenance, mining, energy and utilities and related sectors. BIS Shrapnel publishes comprehensive multi-client reports and undertakes commissioned projects for clients.

Engineering Construction in Australia 
2013/14 – 2027/2028

Engineering Construction in Australia 2013/14 – 2027/2028 is a detailed annual report for the outlook of the civil engineering construction sector in Australia.

  • Covers 12 sub-sectors of civil construction, from the main transport and utilities infrastructure sectors through to mines and heavy industrial facilities
  • Data and forecasts categorised by state/territory, by sector of ownership (public versus private) and who does the work (private contractors versus public sector day labour)

Mining & Heavy Industry Construction in Australia 2014-2028
The Mining & Heavy Industry Construction in Australia 2014-2028 report examines the outlook for the mining and heavy industry category of engineering construction. This includes the resources, minerals processing and other heavy industrial sectors.

Road Maintenance in Australia 2012-2027

Road Maintenance in Australia 2012 – 2027 is a detailed study of trends, issues and outlook for Australia’s road maintenance sector. The report intensely breaks activity down, for every state and territory and for total Australia, by:

  • Type of work: Routine maintenance, periodic maintenance, rehabilitation, bridge maintenance and rehabilitation and other non-pavement maintenance
  • Type of road and bridge: Urban Highways and Arterials, Rural Highways and Arterials, Private Toll Roads, Local Government Roads and Road Bridges
  • Who undertakes the work (Public sector workforces or private contractors)

Road Construction in Australia 2012-2027
Road Construction in Australia 2012-2027 study provides a detailed coverage of trends, issues and outlook for Australia’s road construction sector. Activity is broken down for every state and territory and for total Australia by:

  • Type of road and bridge: Urban Highways and Arterials , Rural Highways and Arterials, Private Toll Roads, Local Government Roads, Private Subdivisions (residential and industrial), Airport Runways, Access Roads, Road Bridges
  • Source of funding (public versus private sector)
  • Who undertakes the work (Public sector workforces or private contractors)

Overview of Road Construction & Maintenance in Australia 2013-2028
This overview is a powerful and concise analysis of the entire road sector, detailing size and composition, forecasts for each detailed market segment, probable changes in delivery methods and other issues. The 2012 Roads Package includes the following volumes:

  • Road Construction in Australia 2013 – 2028
  • Road Maintenance in Australia 2013 – 2028
  • Overview of Road Construction & Maintenance in Australia 2013 – 2028
  • Road and Bridge Construction Cost Quarterly 2013/14 (optional)

Road and Bridge Construction Cost Quarterly 2012/13
Road and Bridge Construction Cost Quarterly Bulletin provides historical data and 5 year annual forecasts (to 2017/18) for construction costs in the road and bridge construction sector by state and Australia, together with BIS Shrapnel’s extensive and authoritative written analysis and commentary.
Each quarterly Bulletin contains the latest quarterly data on:

  • Road and bridge construction activity by state and a brief commentary on the outlook
  • Official index and price for key roads inputs, including oil and oil products, concrete, cement and sand, steel and construction labour
  • National and state cost indexes including the ABS’ Road and Bridge Construction Index as well as 5 year annual forecasts

Maintenance in Australia 2012-2027
Maintenance in Australia 2012-2027 report covers all types of infrastructure, utilities, light & heavy industrial facilities and non-residential buildings as well as detailed market data and forecasts, along with discussion of key issues facing purchasers of maintenance services.
This study provides comprehensive and quantitative breakdowns of activity:

  • by who does the work (contractors vs in-house)
  • by type of maintenance work (where the breakdown varies by sector)
  • by type of contract (lump-sum, schedule-of-rates etc.)
  • by state and territory

The study involves Qualitative Information from a major survey of large organisations which purchase maintenance services.

Mining in Australia 2013-2028

Mining in Australia 2013-2028 study is a planning and strategy tool and the only source of market information and forecasts for mineral commodity markets and activities undertaken at each stage of the mine life cycle; from infrastructure set-up, to mining operations and asset maintenance.

Private Client Work

Commissioned work for clients involves the production of information which is tailored to the specific requirements of their business.
BIS Shrapnel’s trusted methodologies, data collection, analytical tools and forecasting can assist in the following ways:

  • Reports providing forecasts specifically for your industry, markets, products or services
  • Translating existing forecasts into projections of demand for your business
  • Building forecasting models to produce forecasts of your own sales, including running different scenarios for key drivers
  • Reports to strengthen internal planning, budgeting, sales forecasting, investment evaluation and business reporting
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