Construction growth in Eastern EU states outpaces western Europe.
Municipal infrastructure is one area where the EBRD has considerable investments with significant investments in private companies for residential and commercial property
The EBRD support local governments in the funding of essential services in water and wastewater, public transport, urban roads and lighting, solid waste management, district heating, and energy efficiency.
The housing market is experiencing growing demand. The luxury housing market, in particular, is experiencing strong growth with prices of high-end apartments rising fast.
Russia’s construction industry is worth in excess of $150 billion - one of the largest in the world
Development of transport systems and infrastructure upgrades are key factors in growth of Russian construction industry
The Polish construction sector receives significant EU funds for large-scale energy and transport infrastructure, building highways, ring roads, the Polish tracks of the TEN-T networks and improving energy efficiency in buildings.
Hungary has one of the fastest construction growth in Europe.
Slovakia is bolstered by massive infrastructure projects.
The Czech, Polish and Romanian markets growth is in the need for offices, factories and distribution centres amid strong consumer demand.