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Construction in South Africa - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2020

Construction in South Africa - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2020


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Executive Summary

South Africas construction industry will continue to expand over the forecast period (2016-2020), with investments in infrastructure, residential and energy projects continuing to drive growth.

The industrys growth over the forecast period will be driven by investment in infrastructure construction projects under the National Transport Master Plan, through which the government aims to develop the countrys rail network and ports infrastructure by 2050.

Investment in social housing projects will also support the industrys growth. The government aims to construct 1.5 million houses by 2019 to address the countrys housing deficit.

The industrys output value in real terms is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.62% over the forecast period, up from 2.33% during the review period (2011-2015).

There are certain risks associated with South Africas construction industry outlook, most notably, labor union strikes, a power crisis, high youth unemployment and a weak currency.

Summary

Timetrics Construction in South Africa - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2020 report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the South African construction industry including:

South African construction industrys growth prospects by market, project type and construction activity

Analysis of equipment, material and service costs for each project type in South Africa

Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues, and the risks and opportunities they present to participants in the South African construction industry

Profiles of the leading operators in the South African construction industry

Data highlights of the largest construction projects in South Africa

Scope

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in South Africa. It provides:

Historical (2011-2015) and forecast (2016-2020) valuations of the construction industry in South Africa using construction output and value-add methods

Segmentation by sector (commercial, industrial, infrastructure, energy and utilities, institutional and residential) and by project type

Breakdown of values within each project type, by type of activity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by type of cost (materials, equipment and services)

Analysis of key construction industry issues, including regulation, cost management, funding and pricing

Detailed profiles of the leading construction companies in South Africa

Reasons To Buy

Identify and evaluate market opportunities using Timetrics standardized valuation and forecasting methodologies.

Assess market growth potential at a micro-level with over 600 time-series data forecasts.

Understand the latest industry and market trends.

Formulate and validate strategy using Timetrics critical and actionable insight.

Assess business risks, including cost, regulatory and competitive pressures.

Evaluate competitive risk and success factors.

Key Highlights

With robust and modern infrastructure vital to economic growth and competitiveness, the South African government is focusing on infrastructure development. Accordingly, to improve the countrys transport, water and energy infrastructure, the government announced plans in its 2015 budget to spend ZAR813.1 billion (USD67.3 billion) on infrastructure over the next three years.

To cope with an expected rise in passenger, cargo and air traffic, and to maintain the high quality of transport infrastructure, the government is focused on the expansion and modernization of airport infrastructure. Accordingly, Msunduzi municipality is expanding Pietermaritzburg Airport. The project involves expansion of the taxiway to the aircraft apron, a terminal building, a new parking area and drop-off zone, roads and other related infrastructure.

The South African construction industrys growth will be driven by a government plan to increase the share of renewable energy in terms of total energy consumption, encouraging investment in renewable energy infrastructure. The government aims to increase the share of renewable energy in total energy production from 12% in 2015 to 21% by 2030.

Government efforts to balance supply and demand for affordable housing are expected to support growth in the residential construction market over the forecast period. The government and several construction companies are focusing on developing affordable housing projects in South Africa. Accordingly, in a bid to provide affordable housing to meet demand from lower- and middle-income groups, the government and human settlements stakeholders announced a plan to construct 1.5 million houses by 2019 as part of the Human Settlements Vision 2030.

The government is focusing on the education sector to improve the countrys dilapidated school infrastructure. Accordingly, South Africa is planning to invest ZAR8.3 billion (USD767.8 million) in educational building construction by 2023 to replace all mud schools with permanent brick buildings; South Africa will replace 510 mud-school buildings across the country by 2023. Efforts such as these will drive the educational building categorys forecast-period growth.

1 Executive Summary

2 Industry Outlook

2.1 Commercial Construction

2.2 Industrial Construction

2.3 Infrastructure Construction

2.4 Energy and Utilities Construction

2.5 Institutional Construction

2.6 Residential Construction

3 Key Issues and Developments

4 Market Data Analysis

4.1 Construction Output and Value Add

4.1.1 Construction output by project type

4.1.2 Construction output by cost type

4.1.3 Construction output by activity type

4.1.4 Construction value add by project type

4.2 Commercial Construction

4.2.1 Commercial construction output by project type

4.2.2 Commercial construction output by cost type

4.2.3 Commercial construction output by activity type

4.2.4 Commercial construction value add by project type

4.3 Industrial Construction

4.3.1 Industrial construction output by project type

4.3.2 Industrial construction output by cost type

4.3.3 Industrial construction output by activity type

4.3.4 Industrial construction value add by project type

4.4 Infrastructure Construction

4.4.1 Infrastructure construction output by project type

4.4.2 Infrastructure construction output by cost type

4.4.3 Infrastructure construction output by activity type

4.4.4 Infrastructure construction value add by project type

4.5 Energy and Utilities Construction

4.5.1 Energy and utilities construction output by project type

4.5.2 Energy and utilities construction output by cost type

4.5.3 Energy and utilities construction output by activity type

4.5.4 Energy and utilities construction value add by project type

4.6 Institutional Construction

4.6.1 Institutional construction output by project type

4.6.2 Institutional construction output by cost type

4.6.3 Institutional construction output by activity type

4.6.4 Institutional construction value add by project type

4.7 Residential Construction

4.7.1 Residential construction output by project type

4.7.2 Residential construction output by cost type

4.7.3 Residential construction output by activity type

4.7.4 Residential construction value add by project type

5 Company Profile: Aveng ltd

5.1 Aveng Ltd - Company Overview

5.2 Aveng Ltd - Business Description

5.3 Aveng Ltd - Main Products and Services

5.4 Aveng Ltd - History

5.5 Aveng Ltd - Company Information

5.5.1 Aveng Ltd - key competitors

5.5.2 Aveng Ltd - key employees

6 Company Profile: Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd

6.1 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - Company Overview

6.2 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - Business Description

6.3 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - Main Services

6.4 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - History

6.5 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - Company Information

6.5.1 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - key competitors

6.5.2 Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd - key employees

7 Company Profile: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd

7.1 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - Company Overview

7.2 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - Business Description

7.3 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - Main Products and Services

7.4 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - History

7.5 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - Company Information

7.5.1 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - key competitors

7.5.2 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd - key employees

8 Company Profile: Group Five Ltd

8.1 Group Five Ltd - Company Overview

8.2 Group Five Ltd - Business Description

8.3 Group Five Ltd - Main Products and Services

8.4 Group Five Ltd - History

8.5 Group Five Ltd - Company Information

8.5.1 Group Five Ltd - key competitors

8.5.2 Group Five Ltd - key employees

9 Company Profile: Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd

9.1 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - Company Overview

9.2 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - Main Services

9.3 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - History

9.4 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - Company Information

9.4.1 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - key competitors

9.4.2 Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd - key employees

10 Appendix

10.1 What is this Report About?

10.2 Definitions

10.3 Methodology

10.4 Contact Timetric

10.5 About Timetric

10.6 Timetrics Services

10.7 Disclaimer

Figure 1: South African Construction Output (Real USD 2010, Million), 2011-2020

Figure 2: Growth Matrix for Construction Output in South Africa (USD Million), 2011-2020

Figure 3: South African Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 4: South African Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 5: South African Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 6: South African Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 7: South African Commercial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 8: South African Commercial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 9: South African Commercial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 10: South African Commercial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 11: South African Industrial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 12: South African Industrial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 13: South African Industrial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 14: South African Industrial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 15: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 16: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 17: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 18: South African Infrastructure Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 19: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 20: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 21: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 22: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 23: South African Institutional Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 24: South African Institutional Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 25: South African Institutional Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 26: South African Institutional Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 27: South African Residential Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 28: South African Residential Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 29: South African Residential Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Figure 30: South African Residential Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2020

Table 1: South African Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 2: South African Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 3: South African Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 4: South African Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 5: South African Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 6: South African Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 7: South African Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 8: South African Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 9: South African Commercial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 10: South African Commercial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 11: South African Commercial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 12: South African Commercial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 13: South African Commercial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 14: South African Commercial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 15: South African Commercial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 16: South African Commercial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 17: South African Industrial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 18: South African Industrial Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 19: South African Industrial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 20: South African Industrial Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 21: South African Industrial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 22: South African Industrial Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 23: South African Industrial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 24: South African Industrial Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 25: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 26: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 27: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 28: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 29: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 30: South African Infrastructure Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 31: South African Infrastructure Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 32: South African Infrastructure Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 33: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 34: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 35: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 36: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 37: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 38: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 39: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 40: South African Energy and Utilities Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 41: South African Institutional Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 42: South African Institutional Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 43: South African Institutional Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 44: South African Institutional Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 45: South African Institutional Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 46: South African Institutional Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 47: South African Institutional Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 48: South African Institutional Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 49: South African Residential Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 50: South African Residential Construction Output by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 51: South African Residential Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 52: South African Residential Construction Output by Cost Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 53: South African Residential Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 54: South African Residential Construction Output by Activity Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 55: South African Residential Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2011-2015

Table 56: South African Residential Construction Value Add by Project Type (ZAR Million), 2015-2020

Table 57: Aveng Ltd, Key Facts

Table 58: Aveng Ltd, Main Products and Services

Table 59: Aveng Ltd, History

Table 60: Aveng Ltd, Key Employees

Table 61: Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd, Key Facts

Table 62: Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd, Main Services

Table 63: Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd, History

Table 64: Murray & Roberts Holdings Ltd, Key Employees

Table 65: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd, Key Facts

Table 66: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd, Main Products and Services

Table 67: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd, History

Table 68: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Ltd, Key Employees

Table 69: Group Five Ltd, Key Facts

Table 70: Group Five Ltd, Main Products and Services

Table 71: Group Five Ltd, History

Table 72: Group Five Ltd, Key Employees

Table 73: Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd, Key Facts

Table 74: Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd, Main Services

Table 75: Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd, History

Table 76: Stefanutti Stocks Holdings Ltd, Key Employees

Table 77: Timetric Construction Market Definitions

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