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Construction and Building Materials

Freedonia industry market research on Construction & Building Materials encompass virtually the entire building envelope and includes such topics as asphalt, roofing, siding, insulation, lighting fixtures and many other materials and equipment used in residential, non-residential and non-building construction. Freedonia's Construction and Building Materials market research includes market size, forecasts, product and market segmentations, related economic indicator and regulatory analysis, market share estimates, a discussion of industry structure, and profiles of the leading companies.

The list below of Freedonia Industry Studies covering Construction and Building Materials is sorted by publication date in reverse chronological order. Please click on the study title to view a table of contents, obtain additional information or to purchase all or portions of the selected study. You may also re-sort the list by clicking on the column title.

 
 
TitleStudy IdDateDescriptionPagesPricePurchase
Plastic & Competitive Pipe 3181Aug-2014 US demand for pipe is expected to grow 7.3 percent per year through 2018, reaching $63.5 billion and a total length of 11.35 billion feet of pipe. Gains will be driven by the continuing shift in the US energy industry. Increasing exploration and... Read More 366$5,400.00Add to Cart
World Lighting Fixtures 3192Aug-2014 Global demand for lighting fixtures is projected to increase at a 6.9 percent annual rate through 2018 to $176 billion. China will remain the largest market while India grows the fastest. The dominant nonportable lighting fixture segment will experien... Read More 514$6,400.00Add to Cart
Ceilings 3204Aug-2014 US ceiling product demand will rise 7.3 percent per annum through 2018 to $2.5 billion, driven by a rebound in nonresidential building construction. Specialty ceiling product demand (e.g., clouds, baffles, stretch ceilings) will see faster growth than... Read More 253$5,300.00Add to Cart
World Housing 3184Jul-2014 World construction of new housing will reach 61.3 million units in 2018 on 2.9 percent yearly advances. The Asia/Pacific region will own the most new housing units, while the Africa/Mideast housing stock region will grow the fastest. Multifamily housi... Read More 238$5,800.00Add to Cart
World Drywall & Building Plaster 3186Jul-2014 Global demand for drywall is forecast to rise 5.8 percent per year through 2018 to 10.4 billion square meters. Nearly three-fourths of new demand will be generated in China and the US. The nonresidential building market for drywall will outpace the ho... Read More 361$6,300.00Add to Cart
Wood-Plastic Composite & Plastic Lumber 3145Jun-2014 US demand for wood-plastic composite and plastic lumber will rise 9.8 percent annually to $5.5 billion in 2018. Decking will remain the largest application and will grow the fastest, based on alternative lumber's minimal maintenance and long servic... Read More 364$5,300.00Add to Cart
Wood Protection Coatings & Preservatives 3150Jun-2014 Demand for wood protection coatings and preservatives will rise 4.5 percent per year through 2018 to $4.8 billion. Gains will be driven by a rebound in residential construction. The dominant coatings segment will continue to outpace preservatives. Woo... Read More 329$5,100.00Add to Cart
Windows & Doors 3171May-2014 Demand for windows and doors in the US is projected to rise 6.9 percent per year through 2018 to $31.9 billion. Plastic windows and doors will be the fastest growing products while metal types will remain the largest segment. Metal and wood products w... Read More 459$5,400.00Add to Cart
World Roofing 3167May-2014 Global demand for roofing is projected to increase 3.7 percent per year through 2018 to 12.6 billion square meters. China and the US will account for over one-half of all global gains. Tile roofing will benefit from intensive use in the thriving Asia/... Read More 426$6,400.00Add to Cart
Cabinets 3161May-2014 US cabinet demand will rise 6.6 percent annually to $16 billion in 2018, driven by a rebound in residential building construction. The dominant kitchen cabinet segment will see the fastest gains, with stock cabinets remaining the leading type installe... Read More 371$5,300.00Add to Cart
Lighting Fixtures 3136May-2014 Demand for lighting fixtures in the US will rise 7.7 percent annually to $32.5 billion in 2018. The dominant construction market will be the fastest growing segment, as it rebounds from the decline of the 2008-2013 period. Nonportable fixtures will re... Read More 416$5,300.00Add to Cart
Water & Wastewater Pipe 3137May-2014 Water and wastewater pipe demand in the US will grow 7.7 percent per year to $18.1 billion in 2018. Municipal end uses will continue to claim a majority of demand, while building construction will be the fastest growing market. The best opportunities ... Read More 283$5,200.00Add to Cart
Siding 3144Mar-2014 Demand for siding in the US is forecast to increase 7.1 percent annually to 103.5 million squares in 2018, valued at $12.1 billion. Brick, concrete and stone siding will grow the fastest, driven by their durability and low maintenance, especially for ... Read More 377$5,300.00Add to Cart
Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings 3121Feb-2014 US demand for plumbing fixtures and fittings is projected to advance 6.3 percent per year through 2017 to $12 billion. The residential market will account for over three-fifths of demand and will see the most rapid annual gains. Fixtures will outpace ... Read More 396$5,300.00Add to Cart
Decorative Laminates 3127Feb-2014 Demand for decorative laminates in the US will rise 4.1 percent per year to 11.9 billion square feet in 2018. Of the two largest markets, cabinets will outpace furniture based on a rebound in residential construction spending. Within the dominant low-... Read More 290$5,100.00Add to Cart
       
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