Peru Construction Articles & Analysis

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While the fall in housing sales and some delays in large-scale infrastructure projects may be slowing construction activity in Peru, the sector is set to be spurred by a new large-scale scheme. In the Lambayeque region of northern Peru, the government is aiming to build a new city and turn it into a development model for other urban areas....

 

Although economic uncertainty weakened investment in the sector for most of 2015, real estate development continues to offer opportunities in Peru. Housing demand remains high, and growth rates have encouraged development of office, commercial and industrial real estate projects. “There is a lot of caution in terms of investment, caused by El...

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Peru 2016

Peru’s construction sector is experiencing a slight deceleration, falling from a few years of double-digit growth to more conservative figures in 2014 and 2015, following a reduction in public expenditure. Upcoming elections in 2016 and related government change can be expected to slow the rate of projects being allocated over the short term. However, a significant number of works in the...

En medio de un menor crecimiento del PIB debido a la caída en los precios de envíos clave para la minería y los hidrocarburos, el Perú está incrementando su enfoque en asociaciones público-privadas (APP) para reducir un prolongado déficit en inversiones de infraestructura y acelerar la economía.

Luego que el sector constructor del Perú se debilitó por la baja en los precios de los bienes básicos el año pasado, anuncios sobre lanzamientos de proyectos en los próximos meses han despertado esperanzas por un repunte en 2015.  

Fuelled by Peru’s economic performance, the construction sector continues to see expansion at several levels. Mechanisms to attract private investments into infrastructure revamping are bringing essential facilities, such as ports and airports, up to standard. The utilities and energy sectors are seeing increased attention, which is needed to support urban expansion and...