Construction & Building Products

Tom Bowne
Meet Ken Long

Manager, Construction & Building Products Group

Ken joined Freedonia in 2001 and now heads our Construction & Building Products Group. Before coming to Freedonia, Ken was the director of research services at Penton Media, a leading publisher of business magazines and producer of trade shows, and a director of research operations at Pat Henry Group, a market research firm. Ken has a Bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and an MBA from Cleveland State University.

Freedonia industry market research on Construction & Building Products encompasses 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, nonresidential and nonbuilding construction. Freedonia's Construction & Building Products 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.

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  • Decorative Laminates

    2849

    US demand for decorative laminates is forecast to advance 5.5 percent per year to 12.4 billion square feet in 2015. The cabinet market will remain the largest segment, while flooring will record the most rapid gains. Saturated papers will grow the fas...

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  • Wood-Plastic Composite & Plastic Lumber

    2836

    US demand for wood-plastic composite and plastic lumber is projected to advance 13.2 percent annually to $5.4 billion in 2015. Decking will remain the largest application and grow the fastest, followed by the molding and trim and window and door segme...

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  • Nonresidential Prefabricated Building Systems

    2780

    Nonresidential prefabricated building system demand in the US will rise 7.8 percent annually through 2015. Metal building systems will remain the largest segment while modular building systems provide the best growth opportunities. Commercial applicat...

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  • Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings

    2798

    US demand for plumbing products will rise 7.1 percent annually through 2015, driven by a recovery in building construction and a rebound in the size and number of bathrooms per new housing unit. Fixtures will outpace fittings, spurred by rising unit d...

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  • Wall Coverings

    2759

    US demand for wall coverings is projected to advance 8.2 percent annually through 2015, from a weak 2010 base. Wall panels will remain the dominant product type and grow the fastest, with finished gypsum board panels and solid wood panels seeing the b...

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  • Precast Concrete Products

    2746

    US demand for precast concrete products is forecast to rise 6.1 percent annually through 2015. Residential building will be the fastest growing market, led by foundations, basement walls and floors. Architectural components will be the fastest growing...

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  • Brick & Block

    2652

    US demand for brick and block products is projected to increase 11.8 percent annually through 2014. Gains will be driven by a recovery in building construction, especially new housing. Common, glazed and other clay brick will be the fastest growing pr...

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  • World Residential Countertops

    2585

    Global demand for residential countertops will rise 3.3 percent annually through 2013. The Asia/Pacific region will remain the largest market, led by gains in China and India. Laminate, solid surface and natural stone will remain key material types, w...

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