M&E Contracting Market Report - by Gerry Samuelsson-Brown - January 2011 - Order now
This newly published report pulls together invaluable information that is especially relevant to M&E contractors. Data is also appropriate for end users who need to set targets or the supply chain whose work aligns with M&E requirement.
It identifies likely workload in various sectors, which is based on an extensive review of several thousand dossiers to determine the percentage share taken by building services in a range of different premises. This has enabled a total overhaul of the M&E forecasts which are now broken down into far more segments. Other business opportunities are explored such as energy retrofit and the vast potential, as yet untapped, in existing buildings.
The report includes a chapter on the latest KPIs for M&E contractors but for the first time, from BSRIA's empirical research, also includes supply chain and subcontractor KPIs.
Clients (main contractors and end users) were canvassed to assess changes in M&E procurement and their requirements. Essentially this report encompasses the M&E spectrum - upstream spanning the client's view and downstream to assess the supply chain's performance.
This is the first BSRIA report of this type; it replaces the annual stand-alone KPI Handbook for M&E contractors and replaces the former M&E Contracting Size and Structure Report, providing the latest intelligence to inform M&E business.
- M&E Output - involvements & forecast
- M&E Contractors - current issues and main players
- Clients' views on procurement/service provision
- Energy and Environmental issues - potential for the M&E industry
- Key performance indicators - 360 degrees
- Innovative Support
This is a detailed 68 page report containing 15 tables of information and 38 figures.
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