Singapore's construction sector will grow at a subdued pace over the coming years particularly due to the slowdown in residential construction as property prices continue to fall. However, continued public investment in transport infrastructure will prevent construction growth from slowing down significantly.
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We revised lower our 2016 construction growth forecast to 1.5% (versus 2.6% previously) as a result of a weak domestic economic growth environment, which is compounded by slowing activity in residential construction.
Over the next decade through to 2025, the Singapore government's continued commitment to invest in public infrastructure such as transport and non-residential infrastructure will support construction activity.
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In the transport segment, railways will be leading growth given its significant share within the segment as the government expands on its existing train lines, aiming to double the city-state's rail network from 178km in 2013 to about 360km by 2030.
Singapore's score on the Infrastructure RRI increased modestly to 64.0 in Q316 (versus 61.7 in Q216).
The industry's Rewards has risen slightly, but given our expectations that growth in the construction sector will be subdued, it is ranked at 11th out of 32 countries in the region.
In terms of its Risks score, Singapore's stable political and regulatory environment continues to be a boon for the construction sector and enables it to retain first place position.
The Singapore Infrastructure Report features BMI Research's market assessment and forecasts covering public procurement and spending on all major infrastructure and construction projects, including transportation and logistics by land, sea and air; power plants and utilities, and commercial construction and property development. The report analyses the impact of regulatory changes and the macroeconomic outlook and features competitive intelligence on contractors and suppliers.
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