Global Sustainable Construction Material Growth Opportunities

Global Sustainable Construction Material Growth Opportunities

Visionary Leadership and Digital Technologies Critical to Leverage Opportunities Arising from Regulation

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23-Aug-2023
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Global
Research Code: K8D0-01-00-00-00
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This growth opportunity analytics examines the most relevant sustainability trends reaching the important construction materials in the market, including timber, cement, brick, steel, glass, insulation and plastic. The analysis covers each material, in terms of its characteristics and in terms of sustainability strategies aiming for decarbonization, energy efficiency, volume of recycled content, and end-of-life benefits.

The study dives deep into what is currently happening with each of these materials at the end of its use life in the construction site, what companies are doing to improve sustainability levels, and given these scenarios, estimates for 2030 the penetration of the sustainable variants of each of these materials in the market.

Several drivers and restraints that will help these materials achieve higher levels of sustainability are also discussed. Drivers include a growing sustainability corporate culture, green funding, sustainability regulation and standards, construction and home improvement business growth, and an increasing number of digital platforms for asset management. Restraints include the lack of market incentives for material recovery, technical problems in demolition sites, lack of data to improve circularity, sensitivity to price, and the lack of skilled labor.

As for growth opportunities, the analysis finds improvement in how actors in the supply chain relate to each other, advancements in the data available in the building sector, new opportunities in the reclaimed wood and autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) bricks spaces, and renovation and retrofits growing because of legislation pushing for efficiency.

Author: Leonardo Sampieri

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Sustainable Construction Materials Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Methodology to Assess the Future of Sustainable Construction Materials

Building Materials as Part of a System

Value Chain and Industry Goals

Global Building Materials Volume Share—2020

Top Market Participants

Global Inflation Scenario

Producer Price Index—US

Evolution of Cement Prices—US & China

Evolution of Steel Rebar and Clay Prices

An Underlying Design Problem

Current EoL (Reuse, Repurpose, or Recycle) Status in Building Materials

Current EoL (Reuse, Repurpose, or Recycle) Status in Building Materials (continued)

Current EoL (Reuse, Repurpose, or Recycle) Status in Building Materials (continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Construction Materials with Sustainability Attributes (Continued)

Building Systems Improving Sustainability Levels in the Building Environment

Current Circular Economy in the Building Industry

A Snapshot of Sustainability Strategies

A Snapshot of Sustainability Strategies (continued)

Sustainability Aspects in Building Materials

Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis: Companies Maturing into Sustainability

Growth Driver Analysis: Companies Maturing into Sustainability (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Companies Maturing into Sustainability (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Funding into the Green Economy

Growth Driver Analysis: Funding into the Green Economy (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Funding into the Green Economy (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Construction Sector Growth

Growth Driver Analysis: Global and US’s Home Improvement Market

Growth Driver Analysis: Regulation and Standards

Growth Driver Analysis: Digital Solutions

Growth Driver Analysis: Digital Solutions (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Digital Solutions (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Digital Solutions (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis: Digital Solutions (continued)

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis: Lack of Market Incentives to Recover Materials

Growth Restraint Analysis: Technical Problems in Demolition Sites

Growth Restraint Analysis: Technical Problems in Demolition Sites (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis: Lack of Data to Improve Circularity

Growth Restraint Analysis: Price Sensitivity

Growth Restraint Analysis: Lack of Skilled Labor

Sustainability Levels in 2030’s Construction Materials Market

Growth Opportunity 1: Strong Manufacturer-Contractor Relationship

Growth Opportunity 1: Strong Manufacturer-Contractor Relationship (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: More and Better Data Sets

Growth Opportunity 2: More and Better Data Sets (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Wood Reclaiming Programs

Growth Opportunity 3: Wood Reclaiming Programs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: AAC for Residential Buildings

Growth Opportunity 4: AAC for Residential Buildings (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Staff Training

Growth Opportunity 5: Staff Training (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Retrofits and Renovations

Growth Opportunity 6: Retrofits and Renovations (continued)

Growth Opportunity 7: CLT Adhesives

Growth Opportunity 7: CLT Adhesives (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This growth opportunity analytics examines the most relevant sustainability trends reaching the important construction materials in the market, including timber, cement, brick, steel, glass, insulation and plastic. The analysis covers each material, in terms of its characteristics and in terms of sustainability strategies aiming for decarbonization, energy efficiency, volume of recycled content, and end-of-life benefits. The study dives deep into what is currently happening with each of these materials at the end of its use life in the construction site, what companies are doing to improve sustainability levels, and given these scenarios, estimates for 2030 the penetration of the sustainable variants of each of these materials in the market. Several drivers and restraints that will help these materials achieve higher levels of sustainability are also discussed. Drivers include a growing sustainability corporate culture, green funding, sustainability regulation and standards, construction and home improvement business growth, and an increasing number of digital platforms for asset management. Restraints include the lack of market incentives for material recovery, technical problems in demolition sites, lack of data to improve circularity, sensitivity to price, and the lack of skilled labor. As for growth opportunities, the analysis finds improvement in how actors in the supply chain relate to each other, advancements in the data available in the building sector, new opportunities in the reclaimed wood and autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) bricks spaces, and renovation and retrofits growing because of legislation pushing for efficiency. Author: Leonardo Sampieri
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Author Leonardo Sampieri
Industries Chemicals and Materials
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Sustainable Home Materials
Keyword 2 Sustainability Opportunities
Keyword 3 Construction And Sustainability
Podcast No
WIP Number K8D0-01-00-00-00