Global Green Building Materials Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts, 2016-2018 & 2019-2024 -

DUBLIN--()--The "Green Building Materials: Global Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts" report has been added to's offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Green Building Materials in US$ Million.

The Global market is further analyzed by the following Types:

  • Insulation
  • Exterior Siding
  • Framing
  • Roofing
  • Interior Finishing
  • Others

Additionally, the US market is analyzed by the following Types, End-use Sectors, Housing Types, and Segments:


  • Concrete
  • Doors
  • Flooring
  • Roofing
  • Windows
  • Others

End-Use Sectors

  • Housing
  • Commercial

Housing Type

  • Pre-Fabricated
  • Multiple Dwelling
  • Single-Family


  • Building Systems
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Structural
  • Others

The report profiles 145 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • American Hydrotech, Inc. (USA)
  • Amvic, Inc. (Canada)
  • Andersen Corporation (USA)
  • Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (USA)
  • BASF SE (Germany)
  • Bauder Ltd. (UK)
  • DowDuPont Inc. (USA)
  • Ecostar LLC (USA)
  • Firestone Building Products Company, LLC (USA)
  • Fletcher Insulation Pty Limited (Australia)
  • Homasote Company (USA)
  • Johns Manville Corporation (USA)
  • Kingspan Group Plc (Ireland)
  • Knauf Insulation Ltd. (UK)
  • LG Hausys, Ltd. (South Korea)
  • LIXIL Group Corporation (Japan)
  • Marvin Windows and Doors, Inc. (USA)
  • Mohawk Industries, Inc. (USA)
  • Nichiha Corporation (Japan)
  • Norbord Inc. (Canada)
  • Owens Corning (USA)
  • Pella Corporation (USA)
  • RedBuilt LLC (USA)
  • Rockwool International A/S (Denmark)
  • Roseburg Forest Products Company, Inc. (USA)
  • Saint-Gobain SA (France)
  • Sika AG (Switzerland)
  • Sika Sarnafil, Inc. (USA)
  • Standard Industries Inc. (USA)
  • GAF Materials Corp. (USA)
  • BMI Group (UK)
  • The Alumasc Group PLC (UK)
  • The Garland Company, Inc. (USA)
  • USG Corporation (USA)
  • Wienerberger AG (Austria)

Key Topics Covered:



Climate Change and Spiraling Energy Prices Transform Green Buildings from Niche to Mainstream

Growth Drivers in a Nutshell

Market Challenges in a Nutshell

Green Building Materials: Future of Sustainable & Green Building Construction

Major Green Building Trends & Drivers Summarized

LEED Rated Buildings

Net Zero Energy (NZE) Buildings


Adoption of Solar

Passive Design

Green Retrofits and Re-Modeling

Sustainable Materials

Energy Efficiency

Water Efficiency


Water Conservation

Smart or Intelligent Buildings

Healthier Buildings

Green Path to Future

Traditional Materials

Other Evolving Trends in the Green Buildings Market

Green Building Products and Technologies: An Overview

HVACR Systems

Lighting Solutions

Plumbing Products

Wood Products


Doors and Windows


Rising Energy Consumption and Growing Environmental Consciousness Drive Widespread Adoption of Green Building Materials

Global Market Outlook

Developed Countries are Traditional Revenue Generators, while Developing Economies Offer Growth Potential

Upward Movement in Construction Activity in Asian Countries to Drive Strong Market Gains


Growing Prominence of Energy Efficient Smart and Green Buildings Drive Strong Demand for Green Building Materials

Recovery in Construction Activity Worldwide Boosts Market Prospects for Green Building Materials

Residential Construction Sector: Trend Favors Small & Green Homes

Rising Investments in Infrastructure Projects Benefit Market Prospects

Greening of Corporate Real Estate: Facing Hurdles in Achieving Green Building Certification

Key Trends in Green Commercial Building Construction

Sustainability in Warehouse Designs: Immense Benefits

Stringent Regulatory Standards and Building Codes Favor Demand for Green Concrete

Reduced CO2 Emissions and Enhanced Strength Drive Steady Penetration of Green Cement in Sustainable Construction

Rising Awareness of Green Buildings and Need for Energy Conservation Drive Focus on Green and Smart Windows

Consumers Recognize Energy Saving Properties of Low-E Glass

Energy-Saving Glass in Windows to Deliver Favorable Economic Returns

Growing Need to Achieve Sustainability and Cost Savings Propels Demand for Green Roofing

Green Roofing Technologies Offer Huge Untapped Market Potential

Smog Absorbing Shingles

Solar Roofing Shingles

Cold-Liquid-Applied Membranes

BIPV for Rooftops

Solar Ready Roofs

Energy-Efficient Asphalt Shingles

Reflective Roof Coatings

Critical Need to Prevent Energy Loss and Raise Energy Efficiency Drives Demand for Insulation Technologies

Passive House Standards: The Future of Building Insulation

Aerogels: A Green Insulation Material for Creating Multifunctional Insulation Products

Usage of Recycled Raw Materials in Insulation Products Surges

Recycled Consumer Glass in Production of Glass Wool

Insulation Market to Gain from Greenhouse Gas Emission Targets

Cellulose & Cotton Insulation Gain Prominence

Green Building Construction and Retrofit Activities Offer Growth Opportunities for Energy-Efficient Lighting Fixtures

Rising Environmental Concerns Drive Demand for Recyclable Options

Green Flooring Made of Renewable Resources Garner Significant Interest

The Green' Image of Wood Flooring Drives Demand Growth

Bamboo Flooring: Capitalizing on Green Attribute

Go Green: The New Mantra for Plywood Flooring Manufacturers

Building Resilience: The Next Big Thing in Sustainable Building Construction

Key Considerations in Building Resilient Homes

The Go Green' Trend Benefit Demand for Green Panelized Housing

Growing Demand for Rapidly Renewable Materials

Chemical Producers Gain from Green Concept

Favorable Demographic & Economic Trends Strengthen Market Prospects

Exponential Increase in Urbanization

Population Growth

Burgeoning Middle Class Population


Cool Concrete: A Means to Mitigate Urban Heat Island Effect

Innovations that Increase Sustainability Quotient of Ceramic Tiles

Top Greening Innovations: A Review

A Glance at Promising Green Building Material Technologies & Products

Green Building Materials for Indoors: A Review of Innovative Products

Other Noteworthy Green Building Technology Innovations


Green Building Standards and Regulations

An Overview of Global Green Building Certifications

LEED Certification

LEED v4.1: The Latest Version of LEED

LEED and BREEAM: Two Major International Building Certification Programs

G-SEED Certification Program

Green Globes: An Alternative to LEED Certification

LEED Vs Green Globes

Government Mandates for Energy Efficiency

Focus on Green Certification Programs for Individual Building Elements


Green Buildings: A Prelude

Achieving Energy Efficiency through Green Architecture

A Review of Green Building Materials

Green Floorings







Green Insulation

Fiberglass Insulation

Fabric Wrapped Pressed Fiberglass Panels

Mineral Wool Insulation

Styrofoam Insulation

Spray-On Fiber Insulation

Cotton Insulation

Low VOC Paints

Gypsum Board

Green Roofs

Green Windows or Energy Efficient Windows

Green Doors

Green Siding

Green or Recycled Concrete

Energy Efficient Lighting

Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures


7.1 Focus on Select Global Players

7.2 Product Launches

Andersen Announces Easy Connect Joining System

Hanergy Develops Glass-Topped Solar Roofing Tile

Andersen Announces Black Exterior Color Option Windows

Pella Launches VividGrain Stain Aesthetic Innovation for Entry Doors

Mannington Launches Adura Max Apex Floors

GAF Introduces Monaco Lifetime Designer Shingles

Ambuja Cements Launches Ambuja Plus Cool Walls

Armstrong Flooring Launches Paragon Solid Hardwood

BASF and SoloPower Launches Multi-Layered Roofing System

Maibec Launches Maibec Resistech Siding System

CertainTeed Introduces ICON

Interface Unveils Prototype Carbon Negative Carpet Tile

Johns Manville Launches JM CladStone Water & Fire Block Insulation

BASF Launches Elastospray LWP Spray Foam Insulation

Marvin Windows and Doors Announces Designer Black Painted Interior Finish

Dow Launches FROTH-PAK ULTRA Premium Foam Insulation System

GAF Launches DecoTech Roof-Integrated Solar System

7.3 Recent Industry Activity

L&W Supply to Acquire NexGen Building Supply

Owens Corning Acquires Guangde SKD Rock Wool Manufacture Co., Ltd.

Roseburg Acquires Pembroke's MDF Plant

LIXIL Americas Completes a JV Agreement with Bath Crest

Masco Corporation Acquires the L.D. Kichler Co

Andersen Acquires Heritage Windows and Doors

Owens Corning Acquires Paroc Group

Foundation Building Materials Acquires Ceiling & Wall Supply and Virginia Builders Supply

American Standard Join Forces with Lysol

Andersen Acquires Frontier Tooling and Design Corporation

Armstrong to Sell EMEA and Pacific Rim Businesses to Knauf International

KINA Partners with Sustainable Minds

Tesla Installs Solar Roof System

HeidelbergCement to Acquire Cemex's Pacific Northwest Materials Business

Owens Corning Acquires Pittsburgh Corning

Armstrong Acquires VCT Business of Mannington Mills

UFPI Acquires Majority Stake in Quality Hardwood Sales LLC

Standard Industries Acquires Braas Monier

ClarkDietrich Acquires Strait-Flex International

Armstrong Acquires Tectum Inc.

GAF Partners with LiveRoof


Total Companies Profiled: 145 (including Divisions

Subsidiaries - 160)

  • The United States (107)
  • Canada (9)
  • Japan (2)
  • Europe (29)
    • France (1)
    • Germany (9)
    • The United Kingdom (8)
    • Rest of Europe (11)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (11)
  • Latin America (2)

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Related Topics: Building Materials

Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Building Materials