DUBLIN–()–The “Tanzania Construction Market Report 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Tanzania Construction Market Report outlines major opportunities in various construction project sectors, provides rare insight into the workings of the industry, and gives a forecast for the direction of the market.
The country’s construction sector contributed 8.3% to the country’s GDP in Q3 2022. It is estimated that the total market value of construction activities in 2023 will be valued at TSh22.8 trillion in 2023 (approx. US$9.5 billion).
The Tanzanian economy is fairly stable, with GDP projected to grow at 6% in 2023. It is the tenth-largest economy in Africa and the third-largest in East Africa by GDP. Tanzania is also among the fastest-growing economies in Africa and the world, with an average real GDP growth rate of 6.3% from 2010-2019.
Construction activities have been driven by private projects such as residential and commercial real estate as well as public projects such as the construction of roads, railways, bridges, water systems, telecommunications, and air transport networks.
The Tanzania Construction Market Report details the state of the construction industry in Tanzania. The report takes a comprehensive look at the Tanzanian construction industry, including opportunities in various sub-sectors, and an overview of how the industry operates including tender and procurement procedures, competition, industry entry barriers, cultural backgrounds, and much more.
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Key Topics Covered:
Interview With Engr Katelula Kaswaga
1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
2.1. Country Overview
2.2. Economic Overview
2.3. Government Budget
3 The Construction Sector In Tanzania
3.1. Sector Overview
3.2. Size Of The Construction Sector
3.3. Market Segments
3.3.1. Residential Construction
3.3.2. Industrial Construction
3.3.3. Commercial Construction
3.3.4. Infrastructure And Civil Construction
4 Market Potential By Sector
4.1. Transportation
4.2. Energy And Power Sector
4.3. Water And Sanitation Sector
4.4. Health Sector
4.5. Education
5 How The Tanzania Construction Sector Operates
5.1. Competition
5.2. Entry Barriers
5.3. Public Procurement Process
5.4. Industry Supply Chain
5.5. Construction Costs Trend
5.6. Labour Resource
5.7. Contracts And Dispute Resolution
5.7.1. Contracts
5.7.2. Dispute Resolution
6 Doing Business In Tanzania
6.1. Market Entry
6.2. Licencing
6.3. Corruption
6.4. Recruitment And Staffing
6.5. Health And Safety
7 SWOT Analysis
7.1. Strengths And Weaknesses
7.2. Opportunities And Threats
7.3. General Comments
8 Outlook
9 Industry Associations And Key Contacts
9.1 Industry Associations
I. Contractors Registration Board (CRB)
II. Engineers Registration Board (Erb)
III. National Construction Council (Ncc)
IV. Architects And Quantity Surveyors Registration Board (Aqrb)
V. Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (Ppra)
9.2 Other Key Contacts
I. Tanzania Electrical, Mechanical, And Service Agency (Temesa)
II. Tanzania Building Agency
III. Tanzania National Roads Agency (Tanroads)
IV. Tanzania Rural And Urban Roads Agency (Tarura)
V. Ministry Of Works, Transport And Communication
VI. Ministry Of Energy (Me)
VII. Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco)
VIII. Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (Tpdc)
IX. Ministry Of Lands, Housing And Human Settlements Development
X. Export Processing Zone Authority (Epza)
XI. Tanzania Revenue Authority (Tra)
10 Company Profiles
10.1. Advent Construction
10.2. Bharya Engineering & Contracting Co. Ltd (Becco)
10.3. China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (Ccecc)
10.4. China Henan International Cooperation Group
10.5. Csi Construction
10.6. Estim Construction
10.7. Holtan (E.a) Ltd
10.8. Kiure Engineering
10.9. Larsen & Toubro
10.10. Masasi Construction Co. Ltd
10.11. Milembe Construction
10.12. Mohammedi Builders Ltd
10.13. Nordic Construction Company Limited
10.14. Salem Construction Limited
10.15. Skol Building Contractors
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