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AMA Research have published the 5th edition of the report 'Utilities Construction Market Report – UK 2015-2019 Analysis'. This report incorporates original input and primary research, and represents an up-to-date and perceptive review of the market and its development. It includes a review of recent market trends and forecasts for the utilities construction market over the next few years.

Key areas covered:

• Detailed assessment of the market - analysis of market structure and recent developments in the market, with forecasts to 2019.


• Water sector analysis - market size, capital investment, water and sewerage construction output, key developments, leading providers.


• Electricity sector analysis - market size, capital investment, construction output, influence of renewables, growth prospects into the medium term.


• Gas & Telecoms sector analysis - market size, product mix, changes to sectors, investment and output, key companies, key influences etc.


• Procurement and key contractors - EU directives, recent contract awards, contractor profiles.


Key areas of insight include:

• Analysis of market performance in 2010-2014 – utilities output as part of the wider infrastructure market. Forecasts of market performance to 2019.


• Factors affecting the market and analysis of key market characteristics - (eg: energy legislation & European Directives, growing influence of the electricity sector, changes to regulatory framework in water sector, influence of 3G and 4G networks in telecoms sector, etc).


• Performance of each key sub-sector – water, electricity, gas and telecoms, quarterly analysis of output and new orders, influencing factors, forecasts to 2019.


• Procurement – European Purchasing Directives and the Utilities sector, contract thresholds, changes to purchasing procedures 2012-14.


• Key contractors operating in the utilities sector – contractor profiles, recent contracts awarded, etc.


Some of the companies included:

AMEC Foster Wheeler, Arup Group, Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Barhale Construction, Bechtel UK, Black and Veatch, Carillion, Costain, EDF Energy, Galliford Try, GDF Suez, Interserve, Kier, Laing O’Rourke, Morgan Sindall, Morrison Utility Services, Skanska UK, SSE, Vinci Construction, UK Power Networks.

Key areas covered in the report include:

THE MARKET

• UK Construction Output – overview of UK construction market 2009-19, mix by sector 2014, key influencing factors, trends.


• Infrastructure and Utilities Market – size in terms of GB construction output, sector mix 2014, key trends in infrastructure sectors.


• Utilities Market – sector mix, output by sector, quarterly analysis by output and new orders, key influencing factors, future prospects.


• Utilities output forecasts – assessment of potential performance 2014-19, key influencing factors, and output forecasts to 2019.


SECTOR ANALYSIS - WATER, ELECTRICITY, GAS & TELECOMS

• Industry structure – by sector and by country for individual sectors, regulatory control, industry size, factors influencing structure of the industry, etc.


• Construction output by sector – 2009-14 with forecasts through to 2019, quarterly analysis of output and new orders.


• Future investment by sector – current plans for capital investment and future investment, influence of legislative or regulatory controls.


• Key trends in the market place - factors of influence; are the trends and factors of influence set to continue, or will there be changes?


• Identification of key companies for each sector – profiles of key utilities companies involved in each UK sector - eg water companies, gas & electricity generation, transmission & distribution organisations, leading telecoms companies.


• Current forecasts to 2019 – construction output by electricity, gas and total utilities in GB.


PROCUREMENT AND LEADING CONTRACTORS

• Procurement of utilities works – European Procurement Directives, exemptions for utilities companies, current contract thresholds and those applicable to utilities sector.


• Recent contract awards in utilities sector – includes recent AMP 6 contract awards in water sector as well as some major electricity contracts recently awarded.


• Structure of utilities contracting sector – analysis by employee numbers for water, electricity and communications sectors, recent corporate activities.


• Leading contractors in utilities sectors – company profile, area of activity, recent utilities works, contracts awarded, major clients in utilities sector etc.


REVIEW OF FUTURE PROSPECTS

• Trends over the medium-term and forecasts to 2019; key influencing factors within the market, potential influence of regulative and legislative changes.


• Recognition of need to secure UK's future energy supplies - change to renewable generation as well as greater influence of nuclear power likely to boost electricity sector output.

The utilities sector comprises the water, energy and telecoms markets, which were previously operated as state run monopolies but have been opened to private competition for more than 25 years. Construction output for the utilities sector for Great Britain in 2014 was around £7.9bn and has experienced growth of 64% since 2008, outperforming the wider infrastructure market over the last 2-3 years due to outstanding growth in the electricity sector. Construction output in the electricity sector more than quadrupled 2008-14, and this accounts for the overall improvement in sector performance over the period.

The chart indicates that utilities construction output grew by 49% 2009-11 but only by 10% 2011-14 when growth in the electricity sector was partly offset by declines in the water and sewerage sectors. The level of capital spending within the utilities sector is underpinned particularly through 5 year asset management and renewals programmes for individual sub-sectors such as water and electricity.

Underpinning construction output growth for the electricity sector during the past three to four years has been the expansion of the renewables sector, in particular offshore wind. In addition, the decommissioning of outdated power stations (both fossil fuel and nuclear) and the construction of new generation capacity, as well as the programme of renewal and improvement to the transmission and distribution networks have all boosted construction output. The water sector benefits to a degree from the continued focus of the Regulator on improved customer service and water quality initiatives which have resulted in greater spending on improvements to mains and water treatment plants. The refurbishment of the gas distribution network and building of new gas storage facilities have assisted in boosting output growth in this sector in recent years. Telecoms revenues have remained steady over the period, despite increasingly competitive pricing for mobile contracts.

Current prospects for the utilities sector into the medium-term remain optimistic with output set to increase until 2019. Fundamental to this positive forecast remains the influence of Government policy commitments in a number of areas such as the Renewables Obligation, energy security and the rollout of superfast broadband. These policies are underpinned by the Government’s National Infrastructure Plan and the implementation of a number of measures to incentivise private investment. Another key influence is the influence of the regulatory environment in the water and energy sectors, which provides a framework for medium-term programmes of capital investment.

Table Of Contents

Utilities Construction Market Report - UK 2015-2019 Analysis
1. INTRODUCTION 7
1.1 INTRODUCTION 7
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 9
2.1 SUMMARY 9
2.2 FUTURE PROSPECTS 10
3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 12
3.1 GDP 12
3.2 INFLATION and INTEREST RATES 13
3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
3.5 HOUSING and CONSTRUCTION 15
3.6 STERLING 17
3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 17
3.8 CONCLUSIONS 18
4. CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT IN THE UTILITIES SECTOR 19
4.1 THE UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION MARKET 19
4.2 OVERALL UK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 19
4.2.1 Sector Mix UK 22
4.2.2 Construction Output Sector Mix 2011-14 United Kingdom 23
4.3 INFRASTRUCTURE OUTPUT GREAT BRITAIN 24
4.3.1 New Work 24
4.3.2 RMI 26
4.3.3 Infrastructure Sectors 27
4.3.4 National Infrastructure Plan 28
4.4 UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 28
4.4.1 Output by Sector 29
4.4.2 Output and New Orders Quarterly Analysis 32
4.5 FUTURE PROSPECTS AND FORECASTS - UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION 34
5. UK UTILITIES CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND OUTPUT 36
5.1 WATER INDUSTRY 36
5.1.1 Industry Structure 36
5.1.2 Industry Size 38
5.1.3 Construction Output in Water Sector 39
5.1.4 Output and New Orders Quarterly Analysis 41
5.1.5 Capital Investment 42
5.1.6 Water Companies 44
5.2 ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY 57
5.2.1 Structure and Size of the Electricity Industry 57
5.2.2 Construction Output in Electricity Sector 59
5.2.3 Output and New Orders Quarterly Analysis 60
5.2.4 Future Investment 61
5.2.5 Electricity Companies 63
5.3 GAS INDUSTRY 69
5.3.1 Structure and Size of the Industry 69
5.3.2 Construction Output in Gas, Communications and Air Sector 70
5.3.3 Output and New Orders Quarterly Analysis 71
5.3.4 Gas Companies 72
5.4 TELECOMS INDUSTRY 74
5.4.1 Structure of the Industry 75
5.4.2 Telecoms Industry Revenues 76
5.4.3 Capital Expenditure 79
6. UTILITIES PROCUREMENT AND MAJOR CONTRACTORS 81
6.1 PROCUREMENT OF UTILITIES WORK 81
6.1.1 Current Directives 81
6.1.2 Current Contract Thresholds 82
6.1.3 Recently Awarded Utilities Contracts 84
6.2 STRUCTURE OF THE UTILITY CONTRACTING INDUSTRY 85
6.3 MAJOR CONTRACTORS INVOLVED IN THE UTILITIES SECTOR 85
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 92
CHART 1 UTILITIES MARKET GB CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2009 TO 2019 - BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 9
TABLE 2 GDP DATA - 2012-2015 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
CHART 3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2019 14
CHART 4 PDI and SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2019 15
TABLE 5 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2009-2015 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 17
CHART 6 UK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (NEW WORK AND RMI) 2009 TO 2019 - BY VALUE (£ BILLION CURRENT PRICES) 20
TABLE 7 UK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY END USE SECTOR 2014 - BY VALUE (£MILLION AT CURRENT PRICES) 22
CHART 8 UK CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY SECTOR 2011 TO 2014 - % BY VALUE 23
CHART 9 GB CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT FOR INFRASTRUCTURE 2009 TO 2019 - BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 24
TABLE 10 GB CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT FOR INFRASTRUCTURE BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR 2010 TO 2014 - BY VALUE (£BN CURRENT PRICES) 25
CHART 11 GB INFRASTRUCTURE RMI OUTPUT 2010 TO 2014 - BY VALUE (£ MILLION AT CURRENT PRICES) 26
CHART 12 INFRASTRUCTURE OUTPUT (NEW WORK) BY SECTOR - ROADS, RAIL, WATER, ELECTRICITY ETC. GREAT BRITAIN 2011 AND 2014 - % BY VALUE 27
TABLE 13 UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT, % OF TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE OUTPUT (GREAT BRITAIN) 2009-2014 VALUE £M CURRENT PRICES 29
CHART 14 UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GB BY SECTOR (WATER, SEWERAGE, ELECTRICITY ETC) 2009 TO 2014 - BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 30
TABLE 15 UTILITIES MARKET GB OUTPUT MIX BY SUB-SECTOR WATER, SEWERAGE, ELECTRICITY ETC. 2009, 2011, 2013 AND 2014 - % BY VALUE 31
CHART 16 UTILITIES OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS GB QUARTERLY ANALYSIS Q1 2011 TO Q1 2015 - BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 33
CHART 17 UTILITIES MARKET GB CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 2013 TO 2019 - BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 34
TABLE 18 UK WATER INDUSTRY TURNOVER 2009-10 TO 2013-14 - BY VALUE (£M CURRENT PRICES) 39
CHART 19 WATER and SEWERAGE SECTOR CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2009 TO 2019 - BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 40
CHART 20 WATER INDUSTRY SECTOR OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS GB QUARTERLY ANALYSIS Q1 2011 TO Q1 2015 - BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 42
TABLE 21 AVERAGE ANNUAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT BY WATER COMPANIES (ENGLAND AND WALES) 1990-95 TO 2010-15 - BY VALUE (£BN) 43
TABLE 22 NORTHERN IRELAND WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 44
TABLE 23 SCOTTISH WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 45
TABLE 24 ANGLIAN WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 47
TABLE 25 DWR CYMRU - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 48
TABLE 26 NORTHUMBRIAN WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 49
TABLE 27 SEVERN TRENT WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 50
TABLE 28 SOUTH WEST WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 50
TABLE 29 SOUTHERN WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 51
TABLE 30 THAMES WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 52
TABLE 31 UNITED UTILITIES - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 53
TABLE 32 WESSEX WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 54
TABLE 33 YORKSHIRE WATER - KEY INDICATORS, GEOGRAPHY, CUSTOMERS, WATER SUPPLY, NETWORK, CAPITAL INVESTMENT ETC. 55
TABLE 34 COMPANIES SUPPLYING WATER ONLY SERVICES ENGLAND AND WALES 56
TABLE 35 NORTHERN IRELAND CURRENT ELECTRICITY SUPPLY LICENSE HOLDERS 59
CHART 36 ELECTRICITY SECTOR CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2009 TO 2019- BY VALUE (£ BILLION AT CURRENT PRICES) 60
CHART 37 ELECTRICITY SECTOR OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS GB QUARTERLY ANALYSIS Q1 2011 TO Q1 2015 - BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 61
TABLE 38 KEY REVENUE AND OPERATING PROFIT FINANCIAL INDICATORS NATIONAL GRID UK OPERATIONS (£M) 64
CHART 39 GAS, COMMUNICATIONS and AIR SECTOR CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT (GB) 2009 TO 2019- BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 70
CHART 40 GAS, COMMUNICATIONS and AIR OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS GB QUARTERLY ANALYSIS Q1 2011 TO Q1 2015 - BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 71
CHART 41 NUMBER OF FIXED LINES AND MOBILE DATA CONNECTIONS - 2009 TO 2013 (MILLIONS) 75
CHART 42 NUMBER OF RESIDENTIAL AND SME FIXED BROADBAND CONNECTIONS 2009 TO 2013 (MILLIONS) 76
CHART 43 UK TELECOMS INDUSTRY REVENUE BY SECTOR 2008 TO 2013 - RETAIL, WHOLESALE, TOTAL VALUE (£BN) 77
CHART 44 UK TELECOMS INDUSTRY REVENUE BY SERVICE TYPE MOBILE DATA, VOICE and ACCESS, CORPORATE, FIXED ETC 2008 TO 2013 - BY VALUE (£BN) 78
TABLE 45 UK TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY TOTAL TURNOVER AND NET CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2011-13 - BY VALUE (£BN) 79
TABLE 46 EU THRESHOLDS FOR ALL SECTORS 2014 AND 2015 - BY VALUE 83
TABLE 47 UTILITIES CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS 2014- SIZE OF BUSINESS BY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 85

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