NEW YORK, Nov. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AMA Research has published the 2nd edition of the 'Prefabricated Plant Rooms Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis', which focuses on providing a comprehensive and up to date review of the structure of the market for prefabricated plant rooms in 2015. This unique report provides both qualitative and quantitative analysis of the prefabricated plant rooms sector and represents an invaluable guide to sales and marketing professionals involved with plant rooms or associated industries.
Key areas covered:
Market overview - market size, characteristics, key trends and forecasts to 2019.
Supplier review - supply structure, manufacturer company profiles, financial data, ownership, characteristics, key sectors etc.
Key market trends and influences - construction market performance, HVAC and M&E installation market performance, ErP and other energy efficiency measures, health & safety regulations etc.
Procurement - design, specification, contract pricing etc..
Prefabricated plant rooms by end use sector - health & education, leisure & agriculture, retail, domestic, industrial etc.
Key areas of insight include:
Review of the leading pre-fabricated plant room manufacturers, turnover and profit data, characteristics, ownership etc.
Key trends and influences impacting the market.
Review of development of Modern Methods of Construction and offsite construction in the UK.
Market size by end use sector and review of construction market and important trends in key end use sectors.
Analysis of the HVAC and M&E contracting sectors, as well as an overview of the wider construction market.
Some of the companies included:
Arthur McKay & Company, Bradgate Containers, Castle Building Services, Constant Air Systems (CAS), Crown House Technologies, Eco Link, EIC, Ellison AC, FES, Fulton Boiler Works, Integrated Plant Room Technologies (IPT), Lorne Stewart, MITIE, MDSL, Balfour Beatty, Neville Tucker Heating, NG Bailey, Nuergy, Ormandy Group, Packaged Plant Solutions (PPS), Pak Plant, Powerplus Engineering, Red Giant Energy, SES PRISM, Skanska Fabrications, Space Engineering Services, SPIE Matthew Hall, T Clarke, Turnbull and Scott, Vaughan Group, VtV Solutions, Waites Mechanical Services (WMS), Weatherite Manufacturing.
Key areas covered in the report include:
PREFABRICATED PLANT ROOMS MARKET
Total prefabricated Plant Room market size and trends – analysis of size by value, historical trends and market characteristics.
Future prospects and forecasts of market performance to 2019 and key influencing factors likely to drive or constrain growth over this period.
Advantages of Prefabrication within this sector, impact of the skills shortages, greater use of 'flying factories' etc.
KEY END USE SECTORS
Mix of end users of prefabricated plant rooms by value in each main sector.
Key market drivers, influences and future prospects.
Important issues in each main end-user market.
Review of key sectors: health & education, leisure & agriculture, retail, domestic, industrial etc.
Analysis of supply within the M&E installation market.
Issues such as design & specification, M&E contractors and sub-contractors, contract pricing structures, strategies and trends.
Leading companies – specialists and general M&E contractors.
Company profiles of companies which prefabricate plant rooms – turnover and profit data, characteristics, ownership, key sectors and capabilities.
KEY MARKET TRENDS AND INFLUENCES
Review of the performance of the construction industry.
Analysis of HVAC and M&E Markets with forecasts, these are key factors driving the prefabricated plant rooms market.
Outline of Modern Methods of Construction.
The prefabricated plant rooms market is a developing sector and as such, has seen significant growth in recent years. However, the sector's performance is highly dependent on the performance of both the wider Manufacturing industry, the Mechanical and Engineering sector (M&E) market and the Construction industry. 2013 and 2014 saw improved economic performance and continuing growth in key end use construction markets. This resulted in improved consumer and business confidence which showed through in the prefabricated plant room market.
Prefabrication within the plant room market remains a growing concept with low penetration across many end use sectors, offering potential for continued high levels of growth. Some sectors, such as retail and leisure, have embraced this type of technology but there remains an ever widening number of end user markets into which this technology is being placed. The underlying trend towards increasing levels of off-site manufacturing for the perceived cost and health and safety benefits has continued to support the market.
Health and education represent the largest end use sectors, accounting for 34% of the market by value, with projects in this sector likely to be both complex and high value. Leisure also accounts for a significant share, followed by the retail and domestic end use markets. Industrial sectors such as manufacturing and warehousing represent a further 5% with the remaining market made up of other sectors such as corporate offices, other public sector and agriculture. Leisure and agriculture markets are expected to continue producing opportunities for prefabricated plant rooms over the next few years, with hotels anticipated to exhibit good growth. However, as earlier adopters of this type of technology, penetration in these areas is higher, limiting growth to some extent.
The focus on energy efficiency should continue to benefit the market. Energy management is a key concern with increasing legislation and higher energy costs. The ability to build efficiency into M&E designs from an earlier stage should aid this sector. The number of new entrants continues to grow in this market, but there are still relatively few manufacturers currently active in the UK. The lack of maturity in the prefabricated plant room market means it is likely to continue to experience strong growth rates over the next few years. The upturn in both construction output and the M & E industry, also suggests that strong growth should continue in this market.
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