Analysis of the South African Multidisciplinary Construction Industry within an African Context

Geographic Expansion Expected to Drive Growth

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This study provides an analysis of the top 12 multidisciplinary heavy construction companies with experience in construction, mining, processing plants, and project management within Sub-Saharan Africa. Eight of them are South African JSE-listed construction companies whose shares are not suspended, and who do not focus on residential projects; four are international businesses with a reputation for delivering projects in Africa. The South African multidisciplinary construction industry is currently facing major challenges. In order to overcome the challenging market conditions, EPCM companies should explore alternative markets in Africa where a growth in demand is expected for infrastructure projects and EPCM services.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Introduction
Scope
Methodology
Market Definitions
Multidisciplinary Construction Industry in South Africa
Industry Challenges
3. Company Profiles—Amec Foster Wheeler
Overview
Company Analysis
Company Structure
Business Capabilities
Project Experience
Financial Performance
4. Company Profiles—Aveng
Overview
Company Analysis
Company Structure
Business Capabilities
Project Experience
Financial Performance
5. Company Profiles—Basil Read
6. Company Profiles—DRA
Overview
Company Analysis
Company Structure
Business Capabilities
Project Experience
7. Company Profiles—Esor
8. Company Profiles—Group Five
9. Company Profiles—Hatch
Overview
Company Analysis
Company Structure
Business Capabilities
Project Experience
10. Company Profiles—Jacobs Engineering
11. Company Profiles—Murray & Roberts
12. Company Profiles—Raubex
13. Company Profiles—Stefanutti Stocks
14. Company Profiles—WBHO
15. Company Comparison
Capability Matrix
Financial Comparison—Scale 1
Financial Comparison—Scale 2
Financial Comparison—Efficiency 1
Financial Comparison—Efficiency 2
Financial Comparison—Stability 1
Financial Comparison—Stability 2
Financial Comparison—Market View 1
Financial Comparison—Market View 2
16. Conclusion
Conclusion
Legal Disclaimer
17. Appendix
Abbreviations
18. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Industry Challenges, South Africa, 2015
2. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Amec, Global, 2015
3. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Aveng, Global, 2015
4. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Basil Read, Africa, 2015
5. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–DRA, Global, 2015
6. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Esor, Africa, 2015
7. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Group Five, Global, 2015
8. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2015
9. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2015
10. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Raubex, Africa, 2015
11. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2015
12. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Business Capabilities by Sector–WBHO, Global, 2015
13. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Methodology for Scoring, Global, 2015
14. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Capability Matrix, Global, 2015
15. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Summary of Companies Profiled, Africa, 2015


1. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Amec’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
2. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Amec, Global, 2015
3. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Amec, Global, 2015
4. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Sector–Amec, Global, 2015
5. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Location of Shareholders–Amec, Global, 2015
6. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Amec, Global, 2011–2015
7. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Amec, Global, 2014–2015
8. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Amec, Global, 2011–2015
9. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Amec, Global, 2011–2015
10. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Amec, Global, 2011–2015
11. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Aveng’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
12. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Aveng, Africa, 2015
13. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Aveng, Global, 2015
14. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book by Geography, Aveng, Global, 2015
15. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book by Sector, Aveng, Africa, 2015
16. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Aveng, Global, 2011–2015
17. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Aveng, Global, 2014–2015
18. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Aveng, Global, 2011–2015
19. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Aveng, Global, 2011–2015
20. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Aveng, Global, 2011–2015
21. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Basil Read’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
22. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Basil Read, Africa, 2015
23. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Business Unit–Basil Read, Africa, 2015
24. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Construction Contribution to Revenue–Basil Read, Africa, 2015
25. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Basil Read, Africa, 2011–2015
26. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Basil Read, Africa, 2014–2015
27. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Basil Read, Africa, 2011–2015
28. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Basil Read, Africa, 2011–2015
29. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Basil Read, Africa, 2011–2015
30. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: DRA’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
31. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–DRA, Global, 2015
32. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Esor’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
33. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Esor, Africa, 2015
34. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Esor, Africa, 2015
35. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Business Unit–Esor, Africa, 2015
36. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Esor, Africa, 2011–2015
37. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Esor, Africa, 2014–2015
38. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Esor, Africa, 2011–2015
39. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Esor, Africa, 2011–2015
40. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Esor, Africa, 2011–2015
41. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Group Five’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
42. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Group Five, Global, 2015
43. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Group Five, Global, 2015
44. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Business Cluster–Group Five, Global, 2015
45. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution of Engineering and Construction Division–Group Five, Global, 2015
46. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Group Five, Global, 2011–2015
47. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Group Five, Global, 2014–2015
48. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Group Five, Global, 2011–2015
49. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Group Five, Global, 2011–2015
50. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Group Five, Global, 2011–2015
51. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Hatch’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
52. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Hatch, Global, 2015
53. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Hatch, Global, 2015
54. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Jacobs Engineering’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
55. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2015
56. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2015
57. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Service Category–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2015
58. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Industry Group and Markets–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2015
59. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2011–2015
60. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2011–2015
61. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2011–2015
62. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Jacobs Engineering, Global, 2011–2015
63. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Murray & Roberts’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
64. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2015
65. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2015
66. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Segment–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2015
67. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: EBIT* by Segment–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2015
68. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2011–2015
69. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2014–2015
70. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2011–2015
71. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2011–2015
72. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Murray & Roberts, Global, 2011–2015
73. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Raubex’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
74. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Raubex, Africa, 2015
75. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Raubex, Africa, 2015
76. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Business Unit–Raubex, Africa, 2015
77. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Construction Division–Raubex, Africa, 2015
78. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Raubex, Africa, 2011–2015
79. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–Raubex, Africa, 2014–2015
80. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Raubex, Africa, 2011–2015
81. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Raubex, Africa, 2011–2015
82. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Raubex, Africa, 2011–2015
83. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Stefanutti Stocks’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
84. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2015
85. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Structure–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2015
86. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Contract Revenue by Key Operations–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2015
87. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Sector–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2015
88. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2011–2015
89. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2014–2015
90. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2011–2015
91. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity and Quick Ratio–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2011–2015
92. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–Stefanutti Stocks, Global, 2011–2015
93. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: WBHO’s African Footprint, Africa, 2015
94. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis–WBHO, Global, 2015
95. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Segment–WBHO, Global, 2015
96. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue Contribution by Building and Civil Engineering Division–WBHO, Global, 2015
97. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue–WBHO, Global, 2011–2015
98. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–WBHO, Global, 2014–2015
99. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings–WBHO, Global, 2011–2015
100. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt: Equity and Quick Ratio–WBHO, Global, 2011–2015
101. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation and NAV–WBHO, Global, 2011–2015
102. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Company, Global, 2011–2015
103. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Total Assets by Company, Global, 2011–2015
104. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings to Revenues Ratio by Company, Global, 2011–2015
105. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Cost of Poor Quality/Revenue by Company, Global, 2011–2015
106. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity Ratio by Company, Global, 2011–2015
107. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Quick Ratio by Company, Global, 2011–2015
108. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation by Company, Global, 2011–2015
109. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market Capitalisation by Company*, Global, 2011–2015
110. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Market-to-Book by Company, Global, 2011–2015



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