Dublin, February 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Key architectural trends determining the use of building materials, Outlook 2021” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
This study aims to provide the growth prospects and key forecast for 2021 for the global construction materials market. The scope of the study includes the analysis of the construction materials market by material and geographic segmentation.
The consumption of building materials depends on the demand of construction activities around the world. Construction activity is experiencing a short-term slowdown due to blockages put in place by governments around the world to control the COVID-19 pandemic. The slowdown is also expected to affect the building materials market.
Meanwhile, governments, regulators and end customers are increasingly wary of the build-up of construction waste and its recyclability, and the need for circular and environmentally friendly solutions. These factors encourage building developers as well as building material suppliers to focus on developing recyclable, sustainable and energy efficient alternatives.
Manufacturers are also focused on product development without compromising the quality, durability, and overall manufacturing costs of the materials. Developers are also focusing on bio-based materials such as cork and bamboo and increasingly using them for structural and insulating applications for a building.
Additionally, weight reduction is a key mega trend that facilitates installation efficiency in the construction industry. This trend should augur the development and adoption of new materials that are easy to install and transport to the construction site. Due to this trend, the increasing use of materials such as plastics, wood-plastic composites (WPC) and lumber is expected in the construction industry in the future.
In addition, developers are looking for opportunities to integrate automation into the construction industry to alleviate productivity issues resulting from the shortage of quality labor. This is expected to increase the use of machinery, robotics, and modular and offsite construction in the construction industry in the future.
Additionally, the momentum of the Work From Home Trend (WFH) is expected to propel the growth of DIY applications for construction chemicals, adhesives and sealants. In addition, the WFH has an impact on the growth of commercial construction in the short term. Therefore, large commercial projects should be reallocated to residential applications.
Finally, architects in some regions are focusing on integrating multiple rooms of a house into one large room for versatile applications, paving the way for open spaces with less use of beams, columns and bulkheads. inside the building.
Main topics covered:
The strategic imperative
- Why is it more and more difficult to cultivate?
- The strategic imperative
- The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the global building materials industry
- Growth opportunities fuel the engine of the growth pipeline
Executive Summary, Global Building Materials Market
- Highlights of the Global Building Materials Market
- Challenges Facing the Global Building Materials Market Due to COVID-19
- Global Building Materials Market 2020 – Actuals vs Forecast
- 2019-2021 Revenue Forecast
- Impact of COVID-19 on the GDP of construction activities
- Global trends in the construction industry
- Better forecast for 2021
Scope and Segmentation, Global Building Materials Market
- Scope of research
- Market segmentation
Macroeconomic Factors Affecting the Global Construction Materials Market
- Impact of COVID-19 on Global GDP Growth
- Impact of COVID-19 on key regions
- Impact of COVID-19 on the United States
- Other economic factors affecting the construction materials market
Key Global Building Materials Revenue Trends, 2021
- Forecast assumptions
- Global Construction Chemicals Market by Segment in 2019-2021
- Global Building Materials Market by Region, 2021
Key predictions for 2021
- Key trends in the global building materials market in 2021
- Prediction 1 – Sustainability and recyclability will be a key point for architects and developers
- Prediction 2 – Promotion and development of biobased construction materials in rural areas
- Prediction 3 – Modular construction and machines usher in an era of construction automation
- Prediction 4 – The increase of vertical construction in urban areas is changing the design and use of materials in buildings
- Prediction 5 – Work from home the new normal as a propellant of DIY and home office concepts
- Prediction 6 – Newer designs make it easier to use newer materials
- Prediction 7 – Greater awareness of antimicrobial materials among architects and developers
- Award-winning architecture of 2020 and commentary on the use of materials
Global Building Materials Market, Segment Outlook 2021
- 2021 Market Snapshot – Construction Chemicals
- Construction chemical companies to watch
- Market Snapshot 2021 – CAS
- CASE companies to watch
- Color theme for coatings 2021
- 2021 Market Snapshot – Glass
- Glass companies to watch
- Market Snapshot 2021 – Flooring Materials
- Flooring companies to watch
- Market Snapshot 2021 – Construction Plastics
- Construction plastic companies to watch
- Market Snapshot 2021 – Thermal Insulation
- Thermal insulation companies to watch out for
Regional predictions 2021
- 2021 Predictions – North America
- Predictions 2021 – Latin America
- Predictions 2021 – Europe
- Predictions 2021 – MEA
- Predictions 2021 – China
- Predictions 2021 – India
- Predictions 2021 – Japan
- Predictions 2021 – Rest of APAC
Universe of growth opportunities, global construction materials market
- Growth Opportunity 1 – Increase Automation in the Construction Industry, 2021
- Growth Opportunity 2 – Increased Awareness of Antimicrobial Building Materials, 2021
- Growth Opportunity 3 – Growing Demand for High-Value Construction Chemicals for Specialty Applications, 2021
- Growth opportunity 4 – Experimentation in design leading to the use of new materials, 2021
- Growth Opportunity 5 – Increased focus on sustainable and recyclable building materials, 2021
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