DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wc355w/facilities) has announced the addition of the "Facilities Management Market in Australia " report to their offering.
The current slowdown in the mining sector and significant reduction in budgets across public sector agencies will have a dampening effect on FM demand. The Australian FM market is driven primarily by construction activity levels, demand for maintenance and refurbishment services, and a strong case for outsourcing. This study uses Frost & Sullivan's proprietary market engineering methodology that integrates critical elements of market research to promote growth strategies. The research incorporates market drivers and restraints, forecasts, market and segment competitive analysis, and industry trends and opportunities. The study period is 2011-2020 with 2013 as the base year.
- The intensely competitive Facilities Management (FM) market in Australia has been growing steadily, with a relatively high outsourcing rate compared to neighboring countries in the region.
- The Australian FM market is driven primarily by the level of construction activity (which expands the asset base to be maintained and managed), the demand for maintenance and refurbishment services, and a strong case for outsourcing.
- Nevertheless, the current slowdown in the mining sector has dampened the FM demand from it, as well as from other related sectors that have felt the negative impact of the mining sector's slowdown. In addition, significant reductions in budgets across a number of public sector agencies will negatively impact FM demand from these agencies.
- Financial pressure, as a result of uncertain economic and market conditions, and the continued shortage of qualified FM professionals are expected to weaken the overall growth of the FM market.
- The energy and resources segment (driven primarily by the gas boom) is likely to emerge as the biggest end-user segment for FM by end of the forecast period.
- A number of ownership or structural changes among key FM service providers (for example, Spotless and DTZ) are likely to change the competitive dynamics in the industry.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Drivers and Restraints - Total Facilities Management Market
4. Forecast and Trends - Total Facilities Management Market
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis Total Facilities Management Market
6. Healthcare End-user Segment Analysis
7. Energy and Resources End-user Segment Analysis
8. Defense End-user Segment Analysis
9. Government End-user Segment Analysis
10. Education End-user Segment Analysis
11. Leisure, Sport, and Entertainment End-user Segment Analysis
12. Retail and Wholesale End-user Segment Analysis
13. General Industry End-user Segment Analysis
14. Transportation and Infrastructure End-user Segment Analysis
15. Commercial Office Buildings End-user Segment Analysis
16. The Last Word
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