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SCHOOLS, UNIVERSITIES AND HOSPITALS-UK-MARCH 2018

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Mar 2018

Category :

Construction

No. of Pages : N/A

Universities are undergoing huge changes due to deregulation and the age of much of the estate, leading to a buoyant sector. Meanwhile, the government’s public expenditure strategy is curtailing investment in schools and the health sector, but is coming under increasing demographic and political pressure to relax restrictions.

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, 2013-17 and forecast 2018-22
Figure 2: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, by sector, 2013-17 and forecast 2018-22
Figure 3: Segmentation of maintenance activity in schools, universities and hospitals, by sector, 2017
Figure 4: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, by funding, 2013-17
Market factors
Figure 5: Estimated cost of returning English schools estate to satisfactory condition, by type of construction activity, 2016
Figure 6: Scottish local authority schools estate, by grade, 2017
Figure 7: Welsh schools estate, 2017
Figure 8: Age profile of NHS Wales buildings, 2016
What we think
KEY ISSUES
How will Brexit impact the sector?
What impact will the demise of Carillion have?
How is purpose-built student accommodation changing?
INTRODUCTION
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning and issues in the market
UK ECONOMY
Overview
Figure 9: Forecast GDP development 2017-22
Figure 10: UK GDP quarterly development, 2004-17
Inflation
House prices
Figure 11: UK House price changes, 2006-2017
Interest rates
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 12: UK manufacturing, 2014-17
Business investment
Figure 13: UK GFCF 2003-17
Imports
Exports
MARKET OVERVIEW
Key analysis
Market size and trends
Figure 14: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, 2013-17
Figure 15: Forecast UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, 2018-22
Market segmentation
Figure 16: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, by activity, 2013-17
Figure 17: UK education market for new construction, by activity, 2013-17
Figure 18: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, by funding, 2013-17
Figure 19: UK market for new construction of schools, universities and hospitals, by sector, 2013-17 and forecast 2018-22
Figure 20: Segmentation of maintenance activity in schools, universities and hospitals, by sector, 2017
SCHOOLS
Key analysis
Existing Estate
England
Figure 21: Number of schools in England, by type, 2016
Figure 22: English schools estate, 2015
Figure 23: English schools estate, by region, 2015
Figure 24: English schools estate, by period of construction, 2015
Figure 25: Estimated cost of returning English schools estate to satisfactory condition, by type of construction activity, 2016
Scotland
Figure 26: Scottish local authority schools estate, by grade, 2013-17
Figure 27: Scottish local authority schools estate, 2017
Wales
Figure 28: Welsh schools estate, 2013-17
Figure 29: Welsh maintained schools estate, 2017
Construction and maintenance trends
Figure 30: Schools new construction expenditure, 2013-17, and forecast 2018-22
England
Figure 31: Expected changes in school places needed in England, by type, 2018-26
Figure 32: Plans for new school places, by region, 2016/17-2018/19
Figure 33: Basic Need/Targeted Need capital funding for new school places in England, by region, 2016/17-2018/19
Figure 34: Funding for additional school places in England, by type, 2008-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 35: Funding streams for school condition in England
Figure 36: Funding for maintaining the school estate in England, 2013-17
Figure 37: School Condition Allocation, by type of school, 2015/16-2017-18
Figure 38: Local authority maintained schools expenditure on building and grounds maintenance and improvement, by type of school, 2016-17
Scotland
Figure 39: Scottish schools constructed or substantially refurbished, 2008-17
Wales
Figure 40: Capital expenditure on education by local authorities in Wales, 2009-2017
Figure 41: Funding of First phase of 21st Century Schools in Wales, by source, 2014-2019
UNIVERSITIES
Key analysis
Estate
Figure 42: UK University estate, by type of building and country, 2015
Figure 43: Profile of turnover of higher education establishments, 2016
Figure 44: Full-time and sandwich student term-time accommodation, by type, 2017
Construction and maintenance trends
Figure 45: Trends in University capital expenditure, 2004-16
Figure 46: University new construction expenditure, 2013-17, and forecast 2018-22
Figure 47: Private investment deals in purpose built student accommodation, 2010-2017
Figure 48: Major private investment deals in purpose built student accommodation, 2017
HOSPITALS
Key analysis
Estate Size
England
Figure 49: Building profile and characteristics of NHS buildings, 2015/16 and 2016/17
Scotland
Figure 50: Hospital estate of NHS Scotland, 2016
Wales
Figure 51: Age profile of NHS Wales buildings, 2016
Construction and maintenance trends
Figure 52: Health sector new construction expenditure, 2013-17, and forecast 2018-22
England
Figure 53: NHS Trust capital spending, by type 2015-17
Figure 54: NHS Trust costs to eradicate backlog maintenance, by type 2015-17
Scotland
Figure 55: NHS Scotland estate physical condition, 2016
Figure 56: NHS Scotland backlog maintenance, by region, 2016
Wales
Figure 57: Capital investments by NHS Wales, 2007-2018
Figure 58: NHS Wales costs to eradicate backlog maintenance, by type and region 2016
Figure 59: NHS Wales baseline discretionary capital funding, 2018-19
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key analysis
Industry development
Figure 60: Development of the non-residential construction industry, by number of companies, 2012-16
Figure 61: Employment structure of the commercial building construction sector, 2016
Figure 62: Education Funding Agency contractors framework, 2013-17
COMPANY PROFILES
BALFOUR BEATTY
Figure 63: Financial analysis of Balfour Beatty, 2013-17
Figure 64: Turnover analysis of Balfour Beatty, 2013-17
Figure 65: Investment portfolio of Balfour Beatty by segment, 2014-17
Company strategy
BAM CONSTRUCTION
Figure 66: Financial analysis of BAM Construction, 2012-16
Company strategy
BOWMER & KIRKLAND
Figure 67: Financial analysis of Bowmer & Kirkland, 2011-15
Company strategy
CARILLON
Figure 68: Financial analysis of Carillion, 2012-16
Company strategy
GALLIFORD TRY
Figure 69: Financial analysis of Galliford Try, 2013-17
Figure 70: Turnover segmentation of Galliford Try, 2017
Company strategy
INTERSERVE
Figure 71: Financial analysis of Interserve, 2012-2016
Figure 72: Operating profit segmentation of Interserve, 2016
Figure 73: Turnover segmentation of Interserve, 2016
KIER GROUP
Figure 74: Financial analysis of Kier Group, 201317
Figure 75: Turnover analysis of Kier Group, 2017
Company strategy
SIR ROBERT MCALPINE
Figure 76: Financial analysis of Sir Robert McAlpine, 201216
Company strategy
SKANSKA UK
Figure 77: Financial analysis of Skanska UK, 201216
Company strategy
THOMAS VALE CONSTRUCTION/BOUYGUES UK 47
Figure 78: Financial analysis of Thomas Vale Construction, 201216
Company strategy
WATES GROUP
Figure 79: Financial analysis of Wates Group, 2012-16
Figure 80: Turnover analysis of Wates Group, 2016
Company strategy
WILLMOTT DIXON CONSTRUCTION
Figure 81: Financial analysis of Willmott Dixon Construction, 2012-16
Company strategy
FURTHER SOURCES & CONTACTS
Trade Associations
British Constructional Steelwork Association
Chartered Institute of Building
Confederation of Construction Specialists
Construction Confederation
Construction Industry Council
Construction Industry Research & Information Association
Institution of Planning Supervisors
Major Projects Association
National Federation of Builders
Association of Building Component Manufacturers
The Building Centre
Trade Magazines
The Builder (Monthly)
Builder & Engineer (Monthly)
Building (Weekly)
Building & Construction (Quarterly)
Building News (Alt-Months)
Building Research & Information (Bi-Monthly)
Construction Europe (Monthly)
Construction Forum (Alternate Months)
Construction Magazine (Monthly)
Construction Manager (10 issues per year)
Construction News (Weekly)
Constructor (Monthly)
Contract Journal (Weekly)
ESI Building Products (Annual)
International Construction (Monthly)
Premier Construction (Monthly)
Professional Builder (11 issues per year)
Public Sector Building (6 issues per year)
QS Week
Trade Exhibitions
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INTERBUILD
National Event for Construction (SED)

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