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屋外用遮音壁の米国市場の予測

Outdoor Noise Barriers (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 340673
出版日 ページ情報 英文 207 Pages
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屋外用遮音壁の米国市場の予測 Outdoor Noise Barriers (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2015年09月28日 ページ情報: 英文 207 Pages
概要

米国における屋外用遮音壁の需要は年間3.8%の割合で拡大し、2019年には950万平方フィート (1億9100万ドル) の規模に達すると予測されています。この成長は、農村部および郊外の人口増加によってもたらされる見通しです。

当レポートでは、米国における屋外用遮音壁の市場について調査し、米国市場の経済・社会的背景、関連法規制、屋外用遮音壁の各種材料とその需要、エンドユーザーおよび地域別の動向および需要規模、競合状況、市場シェア、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめています。

イントロダクション

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • マクロ経済の展望
  • 人口動態
  • 建設支出
    • 建物
    • 非建物
    • 住宅在庫
  • 屋外用遮音壁の価格動向
  • これまでの経緯
  • 騒音低減の計測
    • デシベルスケール
    • 雑音低減係数
    • 音響透過損失
    • 音響透過クラス
    • 挿入損失
    • その他
  • 法規制錠の考察
    • 連邦法
    • 州・自治体の法規制
  • 代替戦略
    • 土地利用計画
    • 音源サイドでの騒音低減
    • 受け手サイドでの騒音低減

第3章 材料

  • 概要
  • 需要:面積ベース
  • 需要:金額ベース
  • コンクリート
    • プレキャストパネル
    • コンクリート組積造
    • 場所打ちコンクリート
  • 金属
  • 木材
  • その他
    • プラスチック
    • その他
  • 支持材
  • 塗料

第4章 市場

  • 概要
    • 需要:市場別
    • 需要:用途別
  • 高速道路
  • 航空
  • ユーティリティ・鉄道
  • ビル建設

第5章 地域分析

  • 概要
  • 地域別の人口動態・経済活動
    • 人口パターン
    • 経済の展望
    • 建設活動
    • 都市高速道路の距離
  • 屋外用遮音壁利用の現状
  • 屋外用遮音壁の需要:地域別

第6章 産業構造

  • 概要
  • 市場シェア
  • 製造
    • コンクリート製品
    • その他の材料
  • 製品開発
  • マーケティング&流通販売
  • M&A
  • 企業間提携

企業プロファイル

  • Amcon Block & Precast Incorporated
  • Armtec Infrastructure Incorporated
  • Blast Deflectors Incorporated
  • CECCO Trading Incorporated
  • Coastal Precast Systems Incorporated
  • Concrete Solutions Incorporated
  • Coreslab International Incorporated
  • Cretex Companies Incorporated
  • CRH plc
  • Duratek Precast Technologies (CRH参照)
  • Dynamic Precast Company Incorporated
  • Empire Acoustical Systems (McKeown International参照)
  • EnCon Companies
  • Evonik Industries AG
  • Facade Technology LLC
  • Faddis Concrete Products
  • Fort Miller Group Incorporated
  • Hoover Treated Wood Products Incorporated
  • Increte Systems (RPM International参照)
  • Industrial Acoustics Company
  • Industrial Noise Control (Sound Seal参照)
  • Kinetics Noise Control Incorporated
  • LafargeHolcim Limited
  • Lexicon Building Systems Limited
  • McKeown International Incorporated
  • Proudfoot Company Incorporated
  • Reinforced Earth (Soletanche Freyssinet Group参照)
  • RPM International Incorporated
  • Smith-Midland Corporation
  • Soletanche Freyssinet Group
  • Sound Fighter Systems LLC
  • Sound Seal Incorporated
  • Sound Zero (Facade Technology参照)
  • Spancrete Group Incorporated
  • Speed Fab-Crete Corporation
  • Superior Concrete Products Incorporated
  • Troy Acoustics Corporation
  • Valmont Industries Incorporated
  • Whitford (LC) Company Incorporated
  • Wieser Concrete Products Incorporated
  • Xella International SA

図表

目次
Product Code: 3334

US demand to rise 3.8% annually through 2019

Demand for outdoor noise barriers in the US is forecast to rise 3.8 percent annually to 9.5 million square feet in 2019, valued at $191 million. Advances will be spurred by population growth in rural and sub-urban areas. Builders will capitalize on the low land costs and the promises of convenient highway access to erect residences and commercial structures in proximity to highways and roads. In turn, state highway departments will erect outdoor noise barriers alongside highways to mitigate loud noises and enhance the quality of life for homeowners and employees in surrounding buildings.

Highways & roads to remain dominant market

Highways and roads accounted for the vast majority of outdoor noise barriers installed in the US in 2014 and are fore-cast to continue to remain the leading end use for these products going forward. State departments of transportation (DOTs) install noise barriers along roads and highways because of their moderate cost compared to other sound mitigation strategies and proven ability to reduce traffic noise. Moreover, once installed, outdoor noise barriers seldom require replacement or repair, providing long-term savings. This is an advantage over such sound-reducing products as rubberized asphalt paving materials, which are not only initially more expensive, but often require further maintenance after a decade of use.

Among other end uses, airports hold the second-largest share of outdoor noise barrier demand in 2014. Noise barriers -- such as metal ground runup enclosures -- are often installed at airports to reduce noise levels associated with the testing of jet engines. Barriers can also be installed around airport perimeters to control noise levels; however, concerns about security and visibility encourage airport managers to opt for mitigation strategies other than noise barriers.

Precast concrete types to pace key concrete segment

Among material types, concrete products dominate demand, totaling 92 percent of the market in 2014. Concrete is most often specified by transportation construction professionals because of its moderate cost, ready availability, and sound absorbing qualities. Precast concrete panels -- which accounted for the largest share of outdoor noise barrier demand in 2014 -- will continue to take share from other concrete products, such as concrete masonry units and cast-in-place concrete. Precast concrete panels can be mass-produced to meet specific performance and aesthetic qualities. Indeed, state DOTs will increasingly specify precast panels that resemble more attractive materials, such as brickwork or dressed stone, to improve the appearance of these products, thus boosting support for the installation of noise barriers where residents were previously opposed because of their institutional appearance.

Metal products totaled the second-largest share of outdoor noise barriers, primarily due to their extensive use in airports. However, plastic noise barriers are anti-cipated to see the most rapid growth in demand of all other outdoor noise barrier products through 2019. Advances will be supported by increasing interest in these products because of their sound-blocking properties. Additionally, plastic barriers that have see-through panels will garner interest from DOTs looking to ensure that travelers and the owners of structures located along highways will be able to view wildlife and the surrounding area with these high-visibility products.

Study coverage

This Freedonia industry study, Outdoor Noise Barriers, presents historical demand data (2004, 2009, 2014) plus forecasts (2019, 2024) by material, market, and region of the US. The study also assesses market environment factors, examines industry structure, analyzes company market share and profiles 33 US industry participants.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Macroeconomic Outlook
  • Demographic Trends
  • Construction Expenditures
    • Building Construction
    • Nonbuilding Construction
      • Highway Mileage
      • Public Highway Spending
    • Construction Stock
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Pricing Trends
  • Historical Trends
  • Measurement of Noise Reduction
    • Decibel Scale
    • Noise Reduction Coefficient
    • Transmission Loss
    • Sound Transmission Class
    • Insertion Loss
    • Other Issues
  • Legislation & Regulatory Considerations
    • Federal Regulations
    • State & Local Legislation
  • Alternative Strategies
    • Land Use Planning
    • Noise Mitigation at Source
    • Noise Mitigation at Receiver
  • Environmental & Aesthetic Issues

III. MATERIALS

  • General
  • Demand by Area
  • Demand by Value
  • Concrete
    • Precast Panels
    • Concrete Masonry Units
    • Formed-in-Place
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Other Products
    • Plastic
    • All Other
  • Supports
  • Coatings

IV. MARKETS

  • General
    • Demand by Market
    • Demand by Application
  • Highways
  • Aviation
  • Utilities & Railroads
  • Building Construction

V. REGIONS

  • General
  • Regional Demographic & Economic Activity
    • Population Patterns
    • Economic Outlook
    • Construction Activity
    • Urban Highway Mileage
  • State Trends in Outdoor Noise Barrier Use
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Region
    • Northeast
      • New England
      • Middle Atlantic
    • Midwest
      • East North Central
      • West North Central
    • South
      • South Atlantic
      • East South Central
      • West South Central
    • West
      • Mountain
      • Pacific

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Market Share
  • Manufacturing
    • Concrete Products
    • Other Materials
  • Product Development
  • Marketing & Distribution
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Cooperative Agreements

Company Profiles

  • Amcon Block & Precast Incorporated
  • Armtec Infrastructure Incorporated
  • Blast Deflectors Incorporated
  • CECCO Trading Incorporated
  • Coastal Precast Systems Incorporated
  • Concrete Solutions Incorporated
  • Coreslab International Incorporated
  • Cretex Companies Incorporated
  • CRH plc
  • Duratek Precast Technologies, see CRH
  • Dynamic Precast Company Incorporated
  • Empire Acoustical Systems, see McKeown International
  • EnCon Companies
  • Evonik Industries AG
  • Facade Technology LLC
  • Faddis Concrete Products
  • Fort Miller Group Incorporated
  • Hoover Treated Wood Products Incorporated
  • Increte Systems, see RPM International
  • Industrial Acoustics Company
  • Industrial Noise Control, see Sound Seal
  • Kinetics Noise Control Incorporated
  • LafargeHolcim Limited
  • Lexicon Building Systems Limited
  • McKeown International Incorporated
  • Proudfoot Company Incorporated
  • Reinforced Earth, see Soletanche Freyssinet Group
  • RPM International Incorporated
  • Smith-Midland Corporation
  • Soletanche Freyssinet Group
  • Sound Fighter Systems LLC
  • Sound Seal Incorporated
  • Sound Zero, see Facade Technology
  • Spancrete Group Incorporated
  • Speed Fab-Crete Corporation
  • Superior Concrete Products Incorporated
  • Troy Acoustics Corporation
  • Valmont Industries Incorporated
  • Whitford (LC) Company Incorporated
  • Wieser Concrete Products Incorporated
  • Xella International SA

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • Macroeconomic Indicators
  • Population & Households
  • Construction Expenditures
  • Building Construction Expenditures
  • Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures
  • Highway Mileage
  • Public Highway Spending
  • Construction Stock
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Pricing
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Market, 2004-2014

SECTION III -- MATERIALS

  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Area
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Value
  • Concrete Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • Metal Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • Wood Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • Other Materials Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Supports Demand
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Protective Coatings Demand

SECTION IV -- MARKETS

  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Market & Application
  • Highway Market for Outdoor Noise Barriers
  • Aviation Market for Outdoor Noise Barriers
  • Utilities & Railroad Market for Outdoor Noise Barriers
  • Building Construction Demand for Outdoor Noise Barriers

SECTION V -- REGIONS

  • Population by Region
  • Gross Domestic Product by Region
  • Construction Expenditures by Region
  • Urban Highway Mileage
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Region
  • Northeast Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • Midwest Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • South Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand
  • West Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • Selected Cooperative Agreements

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Market, 2005-2014

SECTION III -- MATERIALS

  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand: Volume & Value. 2014

SECTION IV -- MARKETS

  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Market, 2014

SECTION V -- REGIONS

  • States With Largest Shares of Outdoor Noise Barrier
  • Installations, 2000-2010
  • Outdoor Noise Barrier Demand by Region, 2014
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