We will be publishing industry predictions looking ahead to 2020 from our global Projects & Construction practice throughout this week.
Ben Cowling and Geoff White predict that the Saudi Government's new Government Tenders & Procurement Law will create a favourable market for construction projects in 2020. Read their full prediction here.
Jon Howes predicts that the continued development of the middle class in South East Asia will encourage infrastructure investment in the region. Read his full prediction here.
Stephen Jurgenson predicts that the drop in the LNG price will continue the trend of LNG import projects being announced and developed. Read his full prediction here.
Chris Leadbetter predicts that 2020 will see more torts in courts for construction cases. Read his full prediction here.
Liz Jenkins predicts that the pressure will grow on the UK Government to find a successor to PFI and PF2 successor in 2020. Read her full prediction here.
Alon Meyerov predicts that South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan will prompt energy sector reform in the country. Read his full prediction here.
David Hansom predicts that procurement will be top of the agenda as infrastructure investment becomes a political priority. Read his full prediction here.
Mary Anne Roff predicts that 2020 will be the year that the construction industry takes action on climate change. Read her full prediction here.