Building Contracting Market Report 2006


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June 2006find similar
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13 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Building Contracting 2006

Executive Summary

1. Market Definition

Report Coverage

Market Sectors

Definitions

Construction Activities

General Construction And Demolition Work

Construction And Repair Of Buildings

Civil Engineering

Installation Of Fixtures And Fittings

Building Completion Work

Public And Private Sector

Infrastructure

Type Of Work

Housing

Non-housing Excluding Infrastructure

Private Finance Initiatives

Public Private Partnerships

New Work

Public Sector

Private Sector

Repair And Maintenance

Public Sector

Private Sector

Economic Trends

Population

Table: Uk Resident Population Estimates By Sex (000), Mid-years-2005

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Uk Gross Domestic Product At Current And Annual Prices (£m),-2005

Inflation

Table: Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2005

Unemployment

Table: Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons In The Uk (million),-2005

Household Disposable Income

Table: Uk Household Disposable Income Per Capita (£),-2005

Market Trends

Pfi/ppp Work

Skills Shortage

Legislation

Sustainability

New Building Materials And Construction Technologies

Market Position

The Uk

Overseas

Table: Construction Industry Gross Value Added In The Eu By Country (em),

2. Market Size

The Total Market

Table: Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Sector By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

Figure: Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Sector By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

Table: Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Sector By Value At Constant Prices (£m),-2005

By Market Sector

New Work

Repair And Maintenance

Table: Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Subsector By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

Table: Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Subsector By Value At Constant Prices (£m),-2005

New Work By Subsector

The Private And Public Sectors

Table: Contractors' Output Of New Work In The Private And Public Sectors In Great Britain (£000),-2005

The Housing Sector

Table: Contractors' Output Of New Work In The Housing Sector In Great Britain By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

Table: Number Of Housing Starts And Completions In The Uk By Type (000 Dwellings),/2001-2004/2005

The Infrastructure Sector

Table: Contractors' Output Of New Work In The Infrastructure Sector In Great Britain By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

Industrial

Table: Contractors' Output Of New Work In The Industrial Sector In Great Britain By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

The Commercial And Public Non-housing Sectors

Table: Contractors' Output Of New Work In The Commercial And Public Non-housing Sectors In Great Britain By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2005

3. Industry Background

Recent History

Industry Synopsis

Table: Financial Results For Companies Involved In The Uk Construction Industry (£000, % And £), Latest Financial Year

Number Of Companies

Construction Industry

Table: Number Of Uk Contractors Engaged In Construction (000),-2004

Company Ownership

Table: Local Units In Vat-based Enterprises In The Uk Construction Industry By Type Of Ownership (number And %),

Construction Firms By Turnover

Table: Number Of Uk Vat-based Enterprises Engaged In The Uk Construction Industry By Sector By Turnover Sizeband,

Private Contractors By Employee Sizeband

Table: Number Of Private Contractor Firms In Great Britain By Number Of Employees And Value Of Work (number And £m), Third Quarter-2004

Employment

Private Contractors

Table: Private Contractors Total Employment In Great Britain (000),-2004

Employment In Private Contractor Firms

Table: Distribution Of Employees In Private Contractor Firms In Great Britain (000), Third Quarter-2004

Breakdown Of Construction Industry Employees

Table: Personnel Employed In The Construction Industry By Type Of Employee (000), Fourth Quarter

Regional Variations In The Marketplace

Table: Geographical Distribution Of Private-sector Contracting Firms In Great Britain By Region Of Registration (number Of Firms),

How Robust Is The Market?

Legislation

Building Regulations

Aggregates Levy

Climate Change Levy

Working At Height Regulations

Planning Policy Guidance

Key Trade Associations

Chartered Institute Of Building

Citb-constructionskills

Civil Engineering Contractors Association

Construction Confederation

Construction Industry Council

Institution Of Civil Engineers

Major Contractors Group

European Construction Forum

4. Competitor Analysis

The Marketplace

Market Leaders

Value Of Contracts Awarded

Table: Number Of Projects And Total Value Of Contracts Awarded To Leading Contractors (number And £m), Year Endingst December

Alfred Mcalpine Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Amec Plc

Company Structure

Ets

Oil And Gas

Project Solutions

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Balfour Beatty Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Development

Financial Results

Carillion Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Costain Group Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Kier Group Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Laing O'rourke Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Morgan Sindall Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Mowlem Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Skanska Uk Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Outside Suppliers

Land

Building Materials

Plant, Machinery And Consumables

5.strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

6. Buying Behaviour

Customer Profile

By Sector

Table: Value Of New Orders Obtained By Contractors In Great Britain By Type Of Work (£m),-2005

By Type Of Contract

Key Performance Indicators

Table: Summary Of Key Performance Indicators In The Uk Construction Industry (% And £), And

7. Current Issues

Sustainable Development

Construction Industry Skills Shortage

Building Regulations

Climate Change And Greenhouse-gas Emissions

Trustmark Quality Scheme

London Olympic Games

Corporate Developments

8. The Global Market

Overview

Europe

Table: Forecast Construction Industry Output For Selected European Countries By Value At Constant Prices (em),-2008

Table: Leading European Contractors By Sales (em),

The Us

9. Forecasts

The Economy

Population

Table: Forecast Uk Resident Population By Sex (000), Mid-years-2010

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Forecast Uk Growth In Gross Domestic Product In Real Terms (%),-2010

Inflation

Table: Forecast Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2010

Unemployment

Table: Forecast Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons In The Uk (million),-2010

Forecasts To

Table: Forecast Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Sector By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2010

Figure: Forecast Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Sector By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2010

Market Growth

Figure: Growth In Output Of The Construction Industry In Great Britain By All Agencies† By Value At Current Prices (£m),-2010

Future Trends

Skills Shortage

London Olympic Games

Planning Policy

Environmental Issues

High Energy Prices

New Construction Techniques And Materials

Recycling

10. Company Profiles

Alfred Mcalpine Plc

Amec Plc

Balfour Beatty Plc

Carillion Plc

Kier Group Plc

Laing O'rourke Plc

Morgan Sindall Plc

Mowlem Ltd

11. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

Key Findings This Quarter

The Willingness To Borrow

A Slow Start To

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

The Desire To Borrow Stays Strong

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), February, May, August, November And February

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Spending From Savings Declines

Table C: The Proportion Of Adults Without Any Savings (%), February, May, August, November And February

Table D: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

Consumers Increasingly Cautious

Table E: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), February, May, August, November And February

12. Further Sources

Associations

Government Publications

Other Sources

Bisnode Sources

Other Reports