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Public Sector (Non-Residential) Construction Market Report - UK 2013-2017 Analysis 

  • April 2013
  • 94 pages
  • AMA Research
Report ID: 3516918

Summary

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AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 4th Edition of its overview of the “Public Sector (Non-Residential) Construction Market Report – UK 2013-2017 Analysis”.

The report specifically focuses on construction activity within the public sector healthcare, education, defence, custodial, justice and other public sectors in an age of government austerity and continuing public sector funding cuts.

Key areas in the report:

Detailed assessment of the major sectors within public sector
construction including education, healthcare, defence, custodial and justice.
Analysis of key projects – capital values, pipelines, contractors etc.
Major contractors and consortia involved in public sector construction - contractor capability and experience in healthcare, education, defence and other public sectors.Areas of particular interest:

Contractors Output in the public sector and the outlook for public sector construction work with forecasts over the next few years.
.Review of main procurement routes and construction programmes used in public sector construction and their future under the Coalition - including introduction of Private Finance 2 (PF2) to replace traditional PFI and healthcare procurement under the new NHS structure.
Reviews Government targets and the progress of construction initiatives and programmes within the education, healthcare and defence sectors including: the Priority Schools Building Programme; the Academies and Free Schools Programme; Scotland ‘ Schools for the Future’ Programme and ‘21st Century Schools Programme in Wales; LIFT and ExpressLIFT; Procure 21+; Hub Initiative Scotland; Designed for Life: Building for Wales (P21 in Wales); Frameworks Scotland and the MoD’s Next Generation Estate Contracts (NGEC) Programme.
Review of key projects, pipelines, capital values, contractors, consortia in key sectors.
Future opportunities for public sector work and key issues for the construction industry.
Some of the major contractors featured include:

Balfour Beatty, BAM Construction, Bouygues, Bovis Lend Lease, Carillion, Interserve, John Laing, Kier, Laing O’Rourke, Lend Lease, Miller Construction, Robertson Construction, Rydon, Sir Robert McAlpine, Skanska UK, SSE Contracting, VINCI, Wates Construction, Willmott Dixon.

Key areas covered in the report include:

PUBLIC SECTOR CONSTRUCTION MARKET IN THE UK
Construction Market Overview – Value of Total Construction New Work Output in 2012.
Outlook for Total Construction New work in 2013 and beyond.
Public Sector (Non-Residential) Construction Output in 2012 - forecasts 2013 – 2017.
Construction Output – Sector Analysis: Healthcare, Education, Defence, Other Public Sector Categories in 2012. Forecasts up to 2017.
FUNDING OF PUBLIC SECTOR WORK IN THE UK

Current and Forecast Public Sector Investment – 2010-2015 by Department - public sector cuts and Austerity Programme.
Public Sector Capital Spending - review of measures announced in the 2012 Autumn Statement and 2013 Budget.
Education Spending: Dfe Resource and Capital Spending up to 2015; Higher Education Spending.
Health Sector – changes in structure - DH/NHS Resource and Capital Spending up to 2015.
PROCUREMENT ROUTES AND PROGRAMMES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Overview of PFI in the Education, Healthcare and Defence Sectors – projects, capital values.
Analysis of PF2 – budgets, sectors, timescales.
Education Sector Procurement Programmes: Priority Schools Building Programme; Academies & Free Schools; Scotland Schools for the Future Programme; 21st Century Schools Programme Wales – budgets, pipelines, timescales, status, contractors.
Health Sector Procurement Programmes: LIFT/ExpressLIFT; Hub Initiative Scotland; Procure21/Procure21+; Designed for Life: Building for Wales; Frameworks Scotland; Other Procurement Options – budgets, pipelines, timescales, status, contractors.
Regional Frameworks for public sector work – NIEP, SCAPE etc – structure, key contractors.
Procurement of Construction Work in Other Public Sectors: Defence, Police, Prison Service, Fire & Rescue Service.
CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Leading Clients in the Public Sector – key projects, values, contractors.
Leading Contractors in the Public Sector – Overview – projects, contract values, schedules – estimated mix of sales by sector.
Key Consortia in the Public Sector – education, healthcare, defence, MoJ etc – major players.
AMA Research has recently published the 4th Edition of its overview of Public Sector Construction in the UK, focusing on construction activity within the public sector healthcare, education, defence, custodial, justice and other public sectors in an age of government austerity and continuing public sector funding cuts.

The ongoing impact of the financial crisis has produced a more subdued recovery than expected and the Government has announced ‘significant real reductions’ in public sector spending after 2015, increasing the scale of public spending cuts in the June 2013 Spending Round by £1.5bn to £11.5bn over the next 2 years. Although health and education budgets are expected remain protected beyond 2015, spending on services such as the police, defence and justice could be cut by a third by 2017-18 if areas such as health and schools continue to be protected from cuts.

In addition, public sector capital spending has been cut very quickly since 2010, falling by 12% to £43.8bn in the current financial year, with further reductions expected in 2013-14 and 2014-15 and the austerity programme now expected to affect public sector capital spending levels to 2018.

As a result, public sector construction output continues to be adversely affected by the Government’s ongoing austerity measures and cuts to capital spending in healthcare and education. Public sector capital investment is not forecast to see any increase until 2014-15, and, as a result, output levels in the public sector are not expected to see any growth until at least 2015.

The Government has sought to moderate capital investment cuts with a series of spending commitments including increasing capital spending plans by £3bn a year from 2015-16, which will see the Government invest more in transport infrastructure and provide UK guarantees for major infrastructure projects. Public funding has also been announced for the Priority Schools Building Programme and Free Schools and Academies.

However, whilst these commitments do suggest longer-term support for the construction industry, funding is not expected to happen until after the next general election in 2015 leaving the construction industry with little short-term work to boost construction output and the size of public sector capital investment programmes in healthcare and education are now nowhere near those seen in previous years.

The Report includes a detailed analysis of the Government’s targets for capital spending in the public sector, an assessment of contractors output and anticipated opportunities for public sector construction work in the education, healthcare, defence, custodial and justice sectors over the next few years including progress under the various long-term healthcare, education and defence construction programmes.

We also review the Government’s spending plans and austerity measures as announced in the 2012 Autumn Statement and 2013 Budget and the outlook for public sector spending into 2017-18.

In addition, the Report specifically reviews the future of the main procurement routes and construction programmes used in public sector construction and their future under the Coalition, including the introduction of Private Finance 2 (PF2) to replace traditional PFI and healthcare procurement under the new NHS structure.

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