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英国の建築コンサルタント市場:市場の可能性と戦略(2011〜2015年)

Engineering Consultants Market Report - Focus on Sector Capability & Strategy - UK 2011-2015 Analysis

発行 AMA Research 商品コード 224983
出版日 ページ情報 英文 90 Pages
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英国の建築コンサルタント市場:市場の可能性と戦略(2011〜2015年) Engineering Consultants Market Report - Focus on Sector Capability & Strategy - UK 2011-2015 Analysis
出版日: 2011年11月30日 ページ情報: 英文 90 Pages
概要

建設業界における競争がかつてないほど激化し、景気後退や公共事業削減などの影響が深刻化するなか、建築コンサルタントは、二酸化炭素排出量削減問題に対する意識の高まりや再生可能エネルギー市場の成長に伴って注目度が高まる環境やエネルギーの分野に新たな成長市場を見出そうとしています。とりわけ大きな期待を集めているのが太陽熱や太陽光を利用した発電システムの市場であり、これまで需要が低調だった英国の市場でも、2010年以降他の欧州諸国と同様、太陽光パネル関連の事業が着実に伸びています。中期的には、ソーラーシステムの生産能力のみならず、設置工事の施行能力も拡充することで今後の需要予測に対応する必要があると見られており、2010年から2011年にかけて多くの企業が新たに参入しています。

当レポートは、英国の建築コンサルタント市場を取り上げ、市場の構造や規模、主要市場の現状などを分析したもので、コンサルティング業界の実績、市場の主なトレンドや今後数年間の見通しなどに加え、主要企業各社の分析なども盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 イントロダクション

  • 背景
  • 情報の出所

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリーと将来展望

第3章 経済環境

  • GDP
  • インフレ率と金利
  • 失業率
  • 家計消費
  • 住宅と建設
  • 英国貨幣のレート
  • 人口についての統計データ
  • 結論

第4章 英国建設市場の概況

  • 総竣工件数
    • 産出高−新たな建築プロジェクト(住宅以外)
  • 2011年以降の竣工件数
  • 各分野別の竣工件数
    • 教育関連の施設
    • 大学
    • 医療施設
    • 輸送関連の施設
    • 防衛関連の施設
    • 公益事業関連の施設
    • 産業用倉庫
    • 商業オフィス
    • 小売施設
    • ホテルとレジャー施設

第5章 各分野のコンサルタント市場

  • コンサルタント市場の構造と売上高
  • コンサルタント業界における変化と多様化
  • 概況とコンサルタントの強み
  • 建築士
  • 測量士
  • 共同企業体
  • 最終用途分野別の分析
    • 学校
    • 大学
    • 医療施設
    • 輸送関連の施設
    • 防衛関連の施設
    • 公益事業関連の施設
    • 産業用施設と倉庫
    • 商業オフィス
    • 小売関係の施設
    • レジャー関係の施設

第6章 主な建築コンサルタント会社のプロファイル

  • 主な建築コンサルタント
    • Aecom
    • Arup
    • Atkins
    • BDP
    • Capita Symonds
    • Halcrow
    • Hyder
    • Jacobs
    • Mott MacDonald
    • Mouchel
    • Parsons Brinckerhoff
    • Turner & Townsend
    • URS Scott Wilson
    • WSP
    • WYG
  • 主な建築設計事務所

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Abstract

INTRODUCTION and OVERVIEW

AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 1st Edition of a new report on the UK Building and Construction Consultants Market, entitled - " Engineering Consultants Market Report - Focus on Sector Capability and Strategy - UK 2011-2015 Analysis" . The report should be of particular interest to clients and supply chain members including manufacturers, consulting engineers, architects & designers, contractors, suppliers, and construction professionals, providing a comprehensive review of the engineering consultancy market.

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Key areas in the report:-

  • Structure and size of the UK engineering consultancy sector.
  • vAnalysis of key market sectors within the consulting industry.
  • Analysis of the key market strengths/experience of the top 20 Tier 1 and top 20 Tier 2 consultants, Top 20 Architects and Top 20 Quantity Surveyors operating in the UK.
  • Analysis of the performance of the consulting industry including structure, size, market segmentation and market strengths.
  • Key market trends and the impact of the economic downturn on consultants' focus and sector strategy.
  • Market forecast for the Building and Construction Industry over the next few years.

With competition for construction work now stronger than ever, consultants are chasing growth prospects in other sectors such as environmental and energy, driven by developments in low carbon and growth in the renewables market. As market growth is driven by the evolving climate change agenda and the shift to a low carbon economy we discuss key consultants' activity in this sector. Solar thermal and PV systems are a well accepted technology in many European countries, but overall volume demand is still relatively low in the UK - though has grown strongly in 2010/11. Leading players are a mix of specialists in solar systems, or parts of major groups involved in the heating industry. In the medium term, capacity will need to increase - not only in terms of production, but also in terms of installation capability to meet demand projections, though 2010/11 has seen the emergence of many new entrants into the sector.

Areas of particular interest include:-

  • A detailed review of leading consultants and their consortia in 10 key market sectors including healthcare and education - covering review of the sector, key consultants within, their main experience and consortia membership.
  • Key market trends and the impact of government spending cuts on sector projects and capital programmes.
  • Analysis of change and diversification within the consulting industry as firms address the impact of the downturn on workloads and order books.
  • Analysis of the performance of construction output over the past five years for 10 leading non-domestic market sectors and forecasts to 2015.

Major Consulting Engineers profiled in the report

Aecom, Arup, Atkins, BDP, Capita Symonds, CH2M Hill, Halcrow, Hyder, Jacobs, Mott MacDonald Group, Mouchel, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Turner & Townsend, URS Scott Wilson, WSP Group, WYG,

Major Architects profiled in the report

ADP, Aedas, Devereux Architects, EPR Architects, Foster + Partners, Grimshaw Architects, HLM Architects, Pascall & Watson, Penoyre & Prasad, PRP, Stanton Williams, Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

Key areas of covered in the report include:-

CONSULTANTS REVIEW BY SECTOR

  • Structure of the UK Engineering Consultancy Industry.
  • Change and diversification within the consulting industry.
  • Overview and consultants' strengths.
  • Consortia in the consulting industry.
  • End use sector analysis - consultants' capability by sector.
  • The performance of leading consultants is reviewed over the past five years, through 10 non-domestic market sectors together with forecasts for construction activity over the next few years.
  • The report reviews the continued expansion of many consultants into overseas markets, as UK workloads fall, by tapping into high growth markets such as Asia and covers the recent increase in takeover activity of UK consultants by larger overseas firms. Both Scott Wilson and Davis Langdon were acquired by large American engineers URS and Aecom respectively in 2010.

UK CONSTRUCTION MARKET/CONTRACTORS' OUTPUT

  • Total Construction Output - value of output: Construction new work
  • Construction output in 2011 and beyond
  • Construction output by sector, including the following data:
    • Value from 2008, with forecasts to 2015.
    • Key points and trends.
    • Key capital commitments and building programmes.
  • This information presented for the following key non-domestic sectors:
  • Education, University, Healthcare, Transport, Defence, Utilities, Industrial/Retail warehousing, Commercial Office, Retail, Hotel/Leisure.

THE ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT IN THE UK

  • GDP, Sterling, Inflation and Interest Rates
  • Employment Rates in the UK
  • Household Consumption
  • Housing & Construction
  • UK Population Profile

SUMMARY OF REPORT CONTENTS

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The consulting industry has been undergoing a period of considerable change in response to the current economic downturn and has identified the need diversify as a result. Since the first indications of the credit crunch in 2007, firms have had to reshape their businesses to cope as the UK moved from growth into recession.

Not every sector has been affected in the same way. Consultants with a significant proportion of workload tied into framework agreements will be partially insulated from the downturn in the construction industry, at least until these frameworks are due for renewal.

The cumulative impact of public sector cuts on the UK consulting and engineering sector is expected to be considerable. Larger consultants' reliance on big government-sponsored projects has now made them more vulnerable as public spending cuts begin to take effect. However, relying on the private sector in the short-term to balance the drop off in public sector work will also be unrealistic for many consultants. Having taken measures in the past two years to adjust their cost and workforce structures, consultants are now focusing their attention on their target markets. The fact that energy and nuclear projects are likely to go ahead with private funding is good for those firms with expertise in these sectors and will help to balance the inevitable fall off in health and education sector output.

A number of consultants involved in public sectors are now looking to diversify and focus on strategies to balance the types of public sector work currently undertaken. EC Harris, for example, has stated its intention to position itself as a strategic 'built asset consultancy' rather than simply a QS and project manager - traditional areas, which have been under pressure. As such, the firm is looking to enter higher value areas of consultancy.

With the UK government planning to spend less, consultants are also increasingly looking at overseas markets and diversifying away from their reliance on UK construction, in favour of international operations. Many large consultants are attempting to retain their position in the global marketplace by achieving operations on a global scale and tapping into high growth markets such as Asia. A global outlook is thought to be essential for the future of the consulting profession over the short term as consultancies purely dependent on UK work continue to struggle.

Two years ago, consultancies faced weakening demand from their private sector clients, while public sector demand remained buoyant. Now the balance has shifted. A partial private sector recovery is under way, but the public sector spending squeeze is already affecting the sector. For consultancies dependent on government and council clients, the impact of the cuts are of considerable concern. However, there still remain growth possibilities for consultants with the rebalancing of the public and private sectors giving rise to the outsourcing of many services in the public sector to the private sector.

There are also growth prospects for consultants in environmental and energy sectors, driven by developments in low carbon and growth in energy from waste, anaerobic digestion, biogas and renewable sources of energy. Market growth is expected to be driven by the evolving climate change agenda, the shift to a low carbon economy and the development of associated legislation. The coalition government has set out a programme for energy and environmental issues and there is also a continued aim to do more on waste and sustainability, with pressure for ongoing investment in waste and recycling infrastructure. As a result, many councils look towards more private sector involvement in expanding and improving their waste services.

Consultancy work in infrastructure planning is also expected to stay relatively buoyant driven by continued infrastructure development and work related to the 2012 Olympics, urban transport projects and the development of high-speed rail.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS and LIST OF TABLES & CHARTS

1 INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 BACKGROUND
  • 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

3 ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

  • 3.1 GDP
  • 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES
  • 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT
  • 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
  • 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION
  • 3.6 STERLING
  • 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE
  • 3.8 CONCLUSIONS

4 UK CONSTRUCTION MARKET OVERVIEW

  • 4.1 TOTAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT
  • 4.1.1 Value of Output - Construction New Work (Non-Domestic)
  • 4.2 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT IN 2011 AND BEYOND
  • 4.3 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY SECTOR
    • 4.3.1 Education Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.2 University Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.3 Healthcare Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.4 Transport Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.5 Defence Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.6 Utilities Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.7 Industrial Warehousing Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.8 Commercial Office Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.9 Retail Construction Output - Key Summary Data
    • 4.3.10 Hotel & Leisure Construction Output - Key Summary Data

5 CONSULTANTS REVIEW BY SECTOR

  • 5.1 STRUCTURE AND VALUE OF THE CONSULTANTS' MARKET
  • 5.2 CHANGE AND DIVERSIFICATION WITHIN THE CONSULTING INDUSTRY
  • 5.3 OVERVIEW AND CONSULTANT STRENGTHS
  • 5.4 ARCHITECTS
  • 5.5 SURVEYORS
  • 5.6 CONSORTIA
  • 5.7 END USE SECTOR ANALYSIS
    • 5.7.1 Schools
    • 5.7.2 Universities
    • 5.7.3 Healthcare
    • 5.7.4 Transport
    • 5.7.5 Defence
    • 5.7.6 Utilities
    • 5.7.7 Industrial & Warehousing
    • 5.7.8 Commercial Office
    • 5.7.9 Retail Sector
    • 5.7.10 Leisure Sector

6 CONSULTANTS PROFILES

  • 6.1 MAJOR CONSULTING ENGINEERS - KEY PROFILES
    • 6.1.1 Aecom
    • 6.1.2 Arup
    • 6.1.3 Atkins
    • 6.1.4 BDP
    • 6.1.5 Capita Symonds
    • 6.1.6 Halcrow
    • 6.1.7 Hyder
    • 6.1.8 Jacobs
    • 6.1.9 Mott MacDonald
    • 6.1.10 Mouchel
    • 6.1.11 Parsons Brinckerhoff
    • 6.1.12 Turner & Townsend
    • 6.1.13 URS Scott Wilson
    • 6.1.14 WSP
    • 6.1.15 WYG
  • 6.2 MAJOR ARCHITECTS - KEY PROFILES

Tables and Charts

  • TABLE 1 TOP CONSULTANTS BY SECTOR STRENGTH
  • CHART 2 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 1992-2015
  • CHART 3 PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 1992-2015
  • TABLE 4 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2006-2011 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES
  • CHART 5 AGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE RESIDENT UK POPULATION MID-2008 ('000)
  • CHART 6 NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (UK) 2005 TO 2015 - BY VALUE (£ BN AT CURRENT PRICES)
  • TABLE 7 NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY SECTOR 2008 TO 2015 - BY VALUE (£ BILLION CURRENT PRICES)
  • TABLE 8 TOP 20 UK TIER 1 CONSULTANTS BY REVENUE (£M) AND SECTOR STRENGTHS
  • TABLE 9 TOP 20 UK TIER 2 CONSULTANTS BY REVENUE (£M) AND SECTOR STRENGTHS
  • TABLE 10 TOP 20 UK ARCHITECTS BY UK FEES (£M) AND SECTOR STRENGTHS
  • TABLE 11 TOP 20 UK SURVEYORS BY UK FEES (£M) AND SECTOR STRENGTHS
  • TABLE 12 LEADING CONSULTANTS AND PRINCIPAL PFI/FRAMEWORK CONSORTIA
  • TABLE 13 SCHOOLS SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS BY PROJECT EXPERIENCE
  • TABLE 14 UNIVERSITIES SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS - PROJECT EXPERIENCE
  • TABLE 15 HEALTH SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS - PROJECT EXPERIENCE
  • TABLE 16 TRANSPORT SECTOR ANALYSIS (ROAD, RAIL, AIRPORTS, PORTS) - TOP CONSULTANTS BY VALUE OF PROJECTS (£M) 2010
  • TABLE 17 DEFENCE SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS BY VALUE OF PROJECTS (£M) 2010
  • TABLE 18 AMP WATER FRAMEWORKS 2010-15 - UTILITY COMPANY AND FRAMEWORK CONSULTANTS
  • TABLE 19 UTILITIES SECTOR ANALYSIS (TELECOMS, WATER, ENERGY) - TOP CONSULTANTS BY VALUE OF PROJECTS (£M) 2010
  • TABLE 20 INDUSTRIAL SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS BY VALUE OF PROJECTS (£M) 2010
  • TABLE 21 COMMERCIAL OFFICE SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS - PROJECT EXPERIENCE
  • TABLE 22 RETAIL SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS - PROJECT EXPERIENCE
  • TABLE 23 HOTEL & LEISURE SECTOR ANALYSIS - TOP CONSULTANTS - PROJECT EXPERIENCE
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