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Global Construction Industry Survey 2013-2014: Market Trends, Buyer Spend And Procurement Strategies In The Global Construction Industry

NEW YORK, July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Construction Industry Survey 2013–2014: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Construction Industry

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Synopsis• The report provides data and analysis on contractor and developer expenditure, procurement and developments within the global construction industry • The report includes key topics such as construction industry contractor and developer expenditure and procurement behaviors and strategies • The report identifies the threats and opportunities in the global construction industry• The report analyses the economic outlook and business confidence levels of global construction industry executives• The report provides a definitive assessment of emerging markets and respondent interpretations of the economic situation in developed markets Summary"Global Construction Industry Survey 2013–2014: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Construction Industry" is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Timetric's exclusive panel of respondents from the global construction industry's contractors and suppliers. The report provides data and analysis on contractor and developer expenditure, procurement and developments within the global construction industry. The report includes key topics such as contractor and developer expenditure, procurement behaviors and strategies. It also identifies the threats and opportunities within the global construction industry, economic outlook trends and business confidence levels of global construction industry executives. ScopeThe report features the opinions of global construction industry respondents related to the following:• Revenue growth projections• Capital expenditure of construction industry buyers and suppliers• Leading business concerns and the subsequent efforts to negate them• Procurement budgets of buyer companies• Critical factors that influence supplier selection• Future procurement objectives and E-procurement• Key variations in operational costs Reasons To Buy• Projects trends related to global construction industry respondent revenue growth expectations and top priorities in the next 12 months• Outlines the change in capital expenditure of buyer and supplier companies in 2013• Identifies the most important ways that suppliers can help buyers in the current business climate• Analyses the average size of the global construction industry annual procurement budgets for buyer respondents• Identifies the extent to which e-procurement has generated interest in the global construction industry

Key Highlights• According to the survey, 56%, 55% and 45% of respective respondents identified 'cost containments', 'market uncertainty' and 'retention or recruitment of skilled staff' as pressing business concerns.• According to the survey results, 54% of respondents expect procurement expenditure to increase, while only 10% expect some decrease in expenditure.• Of all buyer respondents, 63% expect supplier prices to increase, while 5% expect a decrease and 31% expect no change.• Survey results show that 12% of buyer respondents have 'intention to implement' e-procurement in 2013.• 'Building materials', 'water supply and waste management', 'plant and heavy machinery', 'fire detection and suppression' and 'architects' are the key products and services to receive more investment in 2013.

Table of Contents1 Introduction1.1 What is this Report About?1.2 Definitions1.3 Methodology1.4 Global Construction Industry: Profile of Survey Respondents1.4.1 Global construction industry: profile of contractor and developer respondents1.4.2 Global construction industry: profile of supplier respondents2 Executive Summary3 Global Construction Industry Dynamics3.1 Revenue Growth Projections in the Global Construction Industry3.1.1 Revenue growth projections by company type3.1.2 Revenue growth projections by region3.1.3 Revenue growth projections by turnover3.1.4 Revenue growth projections by senior-level respondents3.2 Future Developments in Business Structure in the Global Construction Industry3.2.1 Future developments in business structure by contractors and developers3.2.2 Future developments in business structure by suppliers3.3 Merger and Acquisition Activity Projections in the Global Construction Industry3.3.1 M&A activity projections by contractors and developers3.3.2 M&A activity projections by suppliers3.3.3 M&A activity projections by region3.3.4 M&A activity projections by company turnover3.4 Estimation of Capital Expenditure in the Global Construction Industry3.4.1 Estimation of capital expenditure by contractors and developers3.4.2 Estimation of capital expenditure by suppliers3.4.3 Estimation of capital expenditure by region3.4.4 Estimation of capital expenditure by company turnover3.5 Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity in Global Construction Industry3.5.1 Planned change in staff recruitment activity by contractors and developers3.5.2 Planned change in staff recruitment activity by suppliers3.5.3 Planned change in staff recruitment activity by region3.5.4 Planned change in staff recruitment activity by company turnover4 Global Construction Industry Market Growth Outlook4.1 Global Construction Industry – Demand in Emerging Markets4.1.1 Demand in emerging markets by contractors and developers4.1.2 Demand in emerging markets by suppliers4.1.3 Demand in emerging markets by region4.1.4 Demand in emerging markets by company turnover4.2 Global Construction Industry – Growth Projections in Developed Countries4.2.1 Growth projections in developed countries by contractors and developers4.2.2 Growth projections in developed countries by suppliers4.2.3 Growth projections in developed countries by region4.2.4 Growth projections in developed countries by company turnover5 Threats and Opportunities for the Global Construction Industry5.1 Global Construction Industry – Leading Business Concerns for 2013–20145.1.1 Leading business concerns for 2013–2014 by company type5.1.2 Leading business concerns for 2013–2014 by region5.1.3 Leading business concerns for 2013–2014 by company turnover5.2 Global Construction Industry – Key supplier actions to maintain and win buyer business5.2.1 Actions to maintain and secure buyer business by company type5.2.2 Actions to maintain and secure buyer business by region5.2.3 Actions to maintain and secure buyer business by turnover5.2.4 Actions to maintain and secure buyer business by senior-level respondents5.3 Global Construction Industry – Key Variations in Operational Costs5.3.1 Key variations in operational costs by contractors and developers5.3.2 Key variations in operational costs by suppliers5.3.3 Key variations in operational costs by region5.3.4 Key variations in operational costs by company turnover5.4 Global Construction Industry – Impact of Costs on Product Pricing5.4.1 Impact of costs on product pricing by contractors and developers5.4.2 Impact of costs on product pricing by suppliers6 Global Construction Industry Contractor and Developer Expenditure Activity6.1 Annual Procurement Budgets in the Global Construction Industry6.1.1 Revenue growth vs. procurement budget6.1.2 Annual procurement budgets by region6.1.3 Annual procurement budgets by company turnover6.2 Planned Changes in Procurement Expenditure: Global Construction Industry6.2.1 Planned change in procurement expenditure by buyer type6.2.2 Planned change in procurement expenditure by region6.2.3 Planned change in procurement expenditure by company turnover6.3 Planned Changes in Procurement Expenditure by Product and Service Category6.3.1 Planned change in procurement expenditure by product and service category – region6.3.2 Planned change in procurement expenditure by product and service category – company turnover6.4 Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices6.4.1 Variations in regional supplier prices by company type6.4.2 Variations in regional supplier prices by region6.4.3 Variations in regional supplier prices by company turnover7 Global Construction Industry – Procurement Behaviors and Strategies7.1 Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection7.2 Global Construction Industry – Future Procurement Objectives7.2.1 Future procurement objectives by region7.2.2 Future procurement objectives by company turnover7.3 E–procurement in the Global Construction Industry7.3.1 E–procurement by region7.3.2 E–procurement by company turnover8 Appendix8.1 Full Survey Results8.2 Methodology8.3 Contact Timetric8.4 About Timetric8.5 Disclaimer List of TablesTable 1: Global Construction Industry Survey Respondents by Company Type, 2013Table 2: Global Construction Industry Contractor and Developer Respondents by Job Role (%), 2013Table 3: Global Construction Industry Contractor and Developer Respondents by Company Turnover (%), 2013Table 4: Global Construction Industry Contractor and Developer Respondents by Region (%), 2013Table 5: Global Construction Industry Supplier Respondents by Job Role (%), 2013Table 6: Global Construction Industry Supplier Respondents by Company Turnover (%), 2013Table 7: Global Construction Industry Supplier Respondents by Region (%), 2013Table 8: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry (%), 2009–2013Table 9: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Contractors and Developers (%), 2009–2013Table 10: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Suppliers (%), 2009–2013Table 11: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Region (%), 2013Table 12: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Turnover (%), 2013Table 13: Revenue Growth Optimism by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013Table 14: Key Expected Changes in the Business Structure of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 15: Key Expected Changes in the Business Structure of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Table 16: M&A Activity Projections of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2009–2013Table 17: M&A Activity Projections of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2009–2013Table 18: M&A Activity Projections of Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2009–2013Table 19: Global Construction Industry – M&A Activity Projections by Region (%), 2013Table 20: Global Construction Industry – M&A Activity Projections by Turnover (%), 2013Table 21: Capital Expenditure Expectations by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 22: Capital Expenditure Expectations by Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Table 23: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Capital Expenditure by Region (%), 2013Table 24: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Capital Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013Table 25: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 26: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Suppliers (%), 2013Table 27: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Region (%), 2013Table 28: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Company Turnover (%), 2013Table 29: Demand in Emerging Markets by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 30: Demand in Emerging Markets by Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Table 31: Demand in Emerging Markets by Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Table 32: Global Construction Industry – Increase of Demand in Emerging Markets by Region (%), 2013Table 33: Construction Contractors and Developers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Table 34: Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Table 35: Other Construction Suppliers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Table 36: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Growth Projections of Developed Countries by Region (%), 2013Table 37: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Growth Projections of Developed Countries by Turnover (%), 2013Table 38: Global Construction Industry – Leading Business Concerns (%), 2009–2013Table 39: Leading Business Concerns by Company Type (%), 2013–2014Table 40: Global Construction Industry – Leading Business Concerns by Region (%), 2013–2014Table 41: Global Construction Industry – Leading Business Concerns by Turnover (%), 2013–2014Table 42: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business: Buyer vs. Supplier Responses (%), 2013Table 43: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business by Region (%), 2013Table 44: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business by Turnover (%), 2013Table 45: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 46: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Table 47: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Table 48: Key Variations in Operational Costs by Region (%), 2013Table 49: Key Variations in Operational Costs by Company Turnover (%), 2013Table 50: Impact of Changing Costs on Product Pricing by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 51: Impact of Changing Costs on Product Pricing by Suppliers (%), 2013Table 52: Annual Procurement Budgets of Global Construction Industry Contractors and Developers in US$ (%), 2009–2013Table 53: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Revenue Growth vs. Procurement Budget (%), 2013Table 54: Global Construction Industry – Annual Procurement Budgets by Region (%), 2013Table 55: Changes in Procurement Expenditure – Global Construction Industry Contractors and Developers (%), 2009–2013Table 56: Global Construction Industry – Changes in Procurement Expenditure by Region (%), 2013Table 57: Global Construction Industry – Change in Procurement Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013Table 58: Change in Expenditure by Product and Service Category, Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Table 59: Increase in Expenditure by Product and Service Category – Contractors and Developers by Region (% Increase), 2013Table 60: Increase in Expenditure by Product and Service Category – Contractors and Developers by Turnover (% Increase), 2013Table 61: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices (%), 2013Table 62: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Region (%), 2013Table 63: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Turnover (%), 2013Table 64: Global Construction Industry – Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection – Contractors and Developers vs. Suppliers, 2013Table 65: Global Construction Industry – Future Procurement Objectives (%), 2013Table 66: Global Construction Industry – Future Procurement Objectives by Region (%), 2013Table 67: Global Construction Industry – Future Procurement Objectives by Turnover (%), 2013Table 68: E-Procurement – Level of Implementation in the Global Construction Industry (%), 2013Table 69: Global Construction Industry – Procurement Budget Increase vs. E-Procurement (%), 2013Table 70: E-Procurement in the Global Construction Industry by Region (%), 2013Table 71: E-Procurement in the Global Construction Industry by Turnover (%), 2013Table 72: Global Construction Industry Survey Results – Closed QuestionsList of FiguresFigure 1: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry (%), 2009–2013Figure 2: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Company Type (%), 2009–2013Figure 3: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Region (%), 2013Figure 4: Revenue Growth Optimism in the Global Construction Industry by Turnover (%), 2013Figure 5: Revenue Growth Optimism by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013Figure 6: Key Expected Changes in the Business Structure of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 7: Key Expected Changes in the Business Structure of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 8: Key Expected Changes in the Business Structure of Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 9: M&A Activity Projections of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2009–2013Figure 10: M&A Activity Projections of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2009–2013Figure 11: M&A Activity Projections of Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2009–2013Figure 12: Capital Expenditure Expectations by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 13: Capital Expenditure Expectations by Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 14: Capital Expenditure Expectations by Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 15: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Capital Expenditure by Region (%), 2013Figure 16: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Capital Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013Figure 17: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 18: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 19: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Region (%), 2013Figure 20: Global Construction Industry – Planned Change in Staff Recruitment Activity by Company Turnover (%), 2013Figure 21: Global Construction Industry – Top Ten Growth Regions (%), 2013Figure 22: Global Construction Industry – Top Five Emerging Markets, 2013Figure 23: Demand in Emerging Markets by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 24: Demand in Emerging Markets by Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 25: Global Construction Industry – Increase of Demand in Emerging Markets by Company Turnover (%), 2013Figure 26: Global Construction Industry – Top Five Developed Regions by Growth (%), 2013Figure 27: Construction Contractors and Developers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Figure 28: Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Figure 29: Other Construction Suppliers – Growth Projections in Developed Countries (%), 2013Figure 30: Global Construction Industry – Increase in Growth Projections of Developed Countries by Region (%), 2013Figure 31: Global Construction Industry – Top Five Leading Business Concerns, 2013–2014Figure 32: Global Construction Industry – Leading Business Concerns (%), 2009–2013Figure 33: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business: Buyer vs. Supplier Responses (%), 2013Figure 34: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business by Region (%), 2013Figure 35: Global Construction Industry – Securing Buyer Business by Senior-Level Respondents (%), 2013Figure 36: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 37: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Construction Equipment and Materials Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 38: Key Variations in Operational Costs of Other Construction Suppliers (%), 2013Figure 39: Impact of Changing Costs on Product Pricing by Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 40: Annual Procurement Budgets of Global Construction Industry Contractors and Developers in US$ (%), 2009–2013Figure 41: Global Construction Industry – Annual Procurement Budgets by Region (%), 2013Figure 42: Global Construction Industry – Annual Procurement Budgets by Turnover (%), 2013Figure 43: Changes in Procurement Expenditure – Global Construction Industry Contractors and Developers (%), 2009–2013Figure 44: Global Construction Industry – Changes in Procurement Expenditure by Region (%), 2013Figure 45: Global Construction Industry – Change in Procurement Expenditure by Turnover (%), 2013Figure 46: Future Change in Expenditure by Product and Service Category: Contractors and Developers , 2013Figure 47: Change in Expenditure by Product and Service Category, Construction Contractors and Developers (%), 2013Figure 48: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices (%), 2013Figure 49: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Region (%), 2013Figure 50: Global Construction Industry – Variations in Regional Supplier Prices by Turnover (%), 2013Figure 51: Global Construction Industry – Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection – Contractors and Developers vs. Suppliers, 2013Figure 52: Global Construction Industry – Critical Success Factors for Supplier Selection – Contractors and Developers vs. Suppliers, 2013Figure 53: Global Construction Industry – Future Procurement Objectives (%), 2013Figure 54: E-Procurement – Level of Implementation in the Global Construction Industry (%), 2013Figure 55: E-Procurement in the Global Construction Industry by Region (%), 2013Figure 56: E-Procurement in the Global Construction Industry by Turnover (%), 2013

Companies Mentioned Liebherr Group Morgan Sindall Tishman SpeyerKeller Group WestfieldSKFRampart ConstructionFratelli FerrariBouygues ConstructionRamboll

To order this report: Construction_and_Building Industry: Global Construction Industry Survey 2013–2014: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Construction Industry

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