Morocco experienced positive GDP growth in the fourth quarter of 2017, notably due to a strong performance in the agriculture sector.
Nonagricultural GDP contributions such as services, mining, construction, manufacturing, and tourism also appear to be picking up.
Government programmes are enabling economic activities with investments in energy and infrastructure to address the needs of a growing population.
The positive momentum in 2017 seems to carry over into construction. This intelligence report looks at the performance of the Moroccan construction market based on the total number and estimated value of active projects which are in the concept, design, tender, under construction and on hold stages of development.
The report begins by analysing the stage-wise and sector-wise values and volumes of projects before highlighting some of the high-value projects responsible for much of the construction growth in the country.