South African Construction Industry, 2017–2022

South African Construction Industry, 2017–2022

Enterprises Embracing Disruptive Technologies to Find Growth Opportunities

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05-Feb-2019
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Africa
Research Code: MDFA-01-00-00-00
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South Africa’s multidisciplinary construction industry accounts for a significant proportion of economic growth. This is evident in the country’s GDP as the industry is currently in a challenging cycle following the ongoing pressure on margins, decreased revenues, and struggling order books. However, the upward trend seen in certain segments of the industry experienced in 2017 is attributed to an increase in regional construction projects, recovery of certain commodity prices as well as increasing demand in the commodities market, an improving global construction market, and lastly, favourable exchange rates. The South African construction industry is encouraged to take advantage of new technologies disrupting the market, green construction methods, and PPPs to survive in turbulent times.


Research Highlights

This analysis addresses opportunities, challenges, and key drivers and restraints in the market. This study focuses on the following market segments:

  • South African construction market
  • Construction technology market
  • Green construction market
  • Green procurement market
  • Construction and mining capital equipment market
  • Cement market – particularly the green cement market.

The study period is from 2015 to 2022, with a base year of 2017 and a forecast period of 2018 to 2022.

Key Features

  • Provide an overview of the total market size and expected growth between 2018 and 2023.
  • Offer insight into the key drivers and restraints and their degree of impact over the next 5 years.
  • Present market forecasts for the total market from 2015 to 2022.
  • Provide an overview of the market, technology, and construction material trends over the next 5 years.
  • Highlight the key growth opportunities.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Who are the major participants within the local construction market?
  • What key factors are affecting market dynamics? What are the drivers, challenges, and business risks?
  • What are some of the most promising, high-growth opportunities for the local construction industry?
  • What are the emerging trends in the industry?
  • What are the key market restraints within the industry and their impact over the next 5 years?
  • What technologies and technological trends will have the greatest impact on the market?

Key Conclusion

Lastly, it is predicted that the construction industry will experience the following:

  • Green construction and green building materials, such as green cement, will see a significant boost in market revenue and will become one of the fastest-growing market segments between 2020 and 2030.
  • Industry participants should focus on establishing strategic partnerships among suppliers, (cement) manufacturers and technical firms to optimise market penetration through improved technology and expertise baseline.
  • There will be a significant increase in the implementation of higher efficiency in renewable energy, innovation in modular construction methods, and a strong adoption of optimisation technologies.

Author: Justin Malherbe

 

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Scope

Construction Industry Overview

Key Technologies Transforming the Construction Industry

Trends/Factors Impacting the Construction Industry

Regulatory Trends Impacting the Construction Industry

Market Drivers

Market Restraints

Market Size and Forecast

Growth Opportunity 1—Demand for Green Construction

Growth Opportunity 2—Demand for Green Cement

Growth Opportunity 3—Rising Residential and Infrastructure Market

Growth Opportunity 4—Renewable Energy

Growth Opportunity 5—Movement towards Green Procurement

Growth Opportunity 6—Integration of AI and Digitisation of the Industry

Growth Opportunity 7—Re-use of Builders Waste/Rubble

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Overview

Company Analysis

Financial Performance

Capability Matrix

Financial Comparison—Revenue

Financial Comparison—Total Assets

Financial Comparison—Two-year Order Book

Financial Comparison—Efficiency

Top 3 Predictions for the Construction Industry

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations

List of Exhibits

List of Figures
  • 1. Construction Industry: Key Market Drivers, South Africa, 2018–2022
  • 2. Construction Industry: Key Market Restraints, South Africa, 2018–2022
  • 3. Construction Industry: Methodology for Scoring, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017
  • 4. Construction Industry: Methodology for Scoring, South Africa, 2017
List of Charts
  • 1. Construction Industry: GDP, South Africa, 2014–2018
  • 2. Construction Industry: Market Forecast, South Africa, 2015–2022
  • 3. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Aveng’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017
  • 4. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Aveng, Africa, 2017
  • 5. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 6. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Aveng, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 7. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 8. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 9. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 10. Construction Industry: Basil Read’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017
  • 11. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Basil Read, South Africa, 2017
  • 12. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 13. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Basil Read, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 14. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 15. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 16. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 17. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Murray & Roberts’ African Footprint, Africa, 2017
  • 18. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2017
  • 19. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 20. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 21. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 22. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 23. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 24. Construction Industry: Esor’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017
  • 25. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Esor, South Africa, 2017
  • 26. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 27. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 28. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Esor, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 29. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 30. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 31. Construction Industry: Group Five’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017
  • 32. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Group Five, South Africa, 2017
  • 33. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 34. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Group Five, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 35. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 36. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 37. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 38. Construction Industry: Raubex’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017
  • 39. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Raubex, South Africa, 2017
  • 40. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 41. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 42. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Raubex, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 43. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 44. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 45. Construction Industry: Stefanutti Stocks’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017
  • 46. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Stefanutti Stocks, South Africa, 2017
  • 47. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 48. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 49. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 50. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Stefanutti, Africa, 2013–2017
  • 51. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 52. Construction Industry: WBHO’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017
  • 53. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—WBHO, South Africa, 2017
  • 54. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 55. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–WBHO, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 56. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 57. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 58. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—WBHO, Africa, 2013–2017
  • 59. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Company, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 60. Construction Industry: Total Assets by Company, South Africa, 2013–2017
  • 61. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book, South Africa, 2016 and 2017
  • 62. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings to Revenue Ratio, South Africa, 2013–2017
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South Africa’s multidisciplinary construction industry accounts for a significant proportion of economic growth. This is evident in the country’s GDP as the industry is currently in a challenging cycle following the ongoing pressure on margins, decreased revenues, and struggling order books. However, the upward trend seen in certain segments of the industry experienced in 2017 is attributed to an increase in regional construction projects, recovery of certain commodity prices as well as increasing demand in the commodities market, an improving global construction market, and lastly, favourable exchange rates. The South African construction industry is encouraged to take advantage of new technologies disrupting the market, green construction methods, and PPPs to survive in turbulent times.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

This analysis addresses opportunities, challenges, and key drivers and restraints in the market. This study focuses on the following market segments:

  • South African construction market
  • Construction technology market
  • Green construction market
  • Green procurement market
  • Construction and mining capital equipment market
  • Cement market – particularly the green cement market.

The study period is from 2015 to 2022, with a base year of 2017 and a forecast period of 2018 to 2022.

Key Features

  • Provide an overview of the total market size and expected growth between 2018 and 2023.
  • Offer insight into the key drivers and restraints and their degree of impact over the next 5 years.
  • Present market forecasts for the total market from 2015 to 2022.
  • Provide an overview of the market, technology, and construction material trends over the next 5 years.
  • Highlight the key growth opportunities.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Who are the major parti
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Key Findings~ | Construction Industry Overview~ || Scope~ || Construction Industry Overview~ | Key Technologies Transforming the Construction Industry~ || Key Technologies Transforming the Construction Industry~ | Construction and Development Trends~ || Trends/Factors Impacting the Construction Industry~ | Regulatory Trends~ || Regulatory Trends Impacting the Construction Industry~ | Market Drivers and Restraints~ || Market Drivers~ || Market Restraints~ | Market Size and Forecast~ || Market Size and Forecast~ | Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action~ || Growth Opportunity 1—Demand for Green Construction~ || Growth Opportunity 2—Demand for Green Cement~ || Growth Opportunity 3—Rising Residential and Infrastructure Market~ || Growth Opportunity 4—Renewable Energy~ || Growth Opportunity 5—Movement towards Green Procurement~ || Growth Opportunity 6—Integration of AI and Digitisation of the Industry~ || Growth Opportunity 7—Re-use of Builders Waste/Rubble~ || Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth~ | Company Profiles—Aveng~ || Overview~ || Company Analysis~ || Financial Performance~ | Company Profiles—Basil Read~ | Company Profiles—Concor~ | Company Profiles—Esor~ | Company Profiles—Group Five~ | Company Profiles—Raubex~ | Company Profiles—Stefanutti Stocks~ | Company Profiles—WBHO~ | Company Comparison~ || Capability Matrix~ || Financial Comparison—Revenue~ || Financial Comparison—Total Assets~ || Financial Comparison—Two-year Order Book~ || Financial Comparison—Efficiency~ | The Last Word~ || Top 3 Predictions for the Construction Industry ~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Abbreviations~ || List of Exhibits~ | The Frost & Sullivan Story~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Construction Industry: Key Market Drivers, South Africa, 2018–2022~ 2. Construction Industry: Key Market Restraints, South Africa, 2018–2022~ 3. Construction Industry: Methodology for Scoring, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017~ 4. Construction Industry: Methodology for Scoring, South Africa, 2017~| 1. Construction Industry: GDP, South Africa, 2014–2018~ 2. Construction Industry: Market Forecast, South Africa, 2015–2022~ 3. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Aveng’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017~ 4. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Aveng, Africa, 2017~ 5. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 6. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Aveng, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 7. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 8. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 9. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Aveng, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 10. Construction Industry: Basil Read’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017~ 11. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Basil Read, South Africa, 2017~ 12. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 13. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Basil Read, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 14. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 15. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 16. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Basil Read, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 17. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Murray & Roberts’ African Footprint, Africa, 2017~ 18. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2017~ 19. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 20. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 21. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 22. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 23. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Murray & Roberts, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 24. Construction Industry: Esor’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017~ 25. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Esor, South Africa, 2017~ 26. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 27. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 28. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Esor, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 29. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 30. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Esor, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 31. Construction Industry: Group Five’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017~ 32. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Group Five, South Africa, 2017~ 33. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 34. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Group Five, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 35. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 36. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 37. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Group Five, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 38. Construction Industry: Raubex’s African Footprint, South Africa, 2017~ 39. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Raubex, South Africa, 2017~ 40. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 41. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 42. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book—Raubex, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 43. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 44. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Raubex, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 45. Construction Industry: Stefanutti Stocks’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017~ 46. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Company Analysis—Stefanutti Stocks, South Africa, 2017~ 47. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 48. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 49. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 50. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—Stefanutti, Africa, 2013–2017~ 51. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—Stefanutti, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 52. Construction Industry: WBHO’s African Footprint, Africa, 2017~ 53. Construction Industry: Company Analysis—WBHO, South Africa, 2017~ 54. Construction Industry: Annual Revenue—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 55. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book–WBHO, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 56. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 57. Construction Industry: Long-term Debt:Equity—WBHO, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 58. Construction Industry: 5-year Asset Value—WBHO, Africa, 2013–2017~ 59. Multidisciplinary Construction Industry: Revenue by Company, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 60. Construction Industry: Total Assets by Company, South Africa, 2013–2017~ 61. Construction Industry: Two-year Order Book, South Africa, 2016 and 2017~ 62. Construction Industry: Operating Earnings to Revenue Ratio, South Africa, 2013–2017~
Author Justin Malherbe
Industries Chemicals and Materials
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