INTRODUCTION and OVERVIEW
AMA Research has published the
1st edition of the report "Utilities Connections Market -
UK 2010 -2014". The report represents an informed,
up-to-date and detailed review of the market and offers
excellent value for money.
The utilities connections market is heavily
dependent upon the housebuilding market and key non-domestic
construction sectors such as offices, retail and industrial. The
connections market experienced 21% value growth 2004-08 however rapid
output decline in key sectors 2008-09 has resulted in value decline of
10% to 2009 with estimated value of £1.07bn for 2009.
The Utilities Connections market has been
progressively opened up to a greater level of competition in recent
years resulting in increased numbers of organisations capable of
providing individual utilities connections as well as providing multi
construction output GB quarterly analysis of output & new orders,
UTILITIES CONNECTIONS MARKET -
value, key market influences, volume & value analysis of gas &
CONNECTIONS COMPANIES -
EU Directives, recent contract awards, contractor profiles.
of particular interest:
Performance of connections market and
Performance 2004-09 and forecasts for 2010 to 2014, key influencing factors and effects of increased
competition on average connections prices.
Changes to connections mix by type of
connection for gas and electricity sectors.
Progress of competition
on connections for individual sectors and growth of
multi utility packages.
Leading organisations working in the utilities connections
Leading companies mentioned in the report include:
AMEC, Balfour Beatty, Blyth
Construction Utilities, Clancy Docwra, Complete Energy
Solutions, Connect Utilities, Crown Energy, E.ON UK,
Energetics, Enterprise plc, ES Pipelines, Fulcrum Group, Gas
Transportation Company, Integrated Utility Services (IUS), KK&
E, Morland Utilities, Morrison Utility Services, Murphy Group,
Northern Energy Connections, PN Daly, Power On Connections,
Powersave Direct, Scottish & Southern Energy, Stats Utility
Connections, Turriff Contractors, United Utilities, Utility
Network Connections (UNC), Wales & West Utilities (WWU),
Key areas covered in the report include:
UTILITIES MARKET OVERVIEW
overview of UK construction market, mix by sector 2008 and
2009, key influencing factors, trends.
Infrastructure and Utilities Market
size in terms of GB construction output, sector mix
2008-09, key trends in infrastructure sectors.
sector mix, output by sector, quarterly analysis by
output and new orders, key influencing factors, future
Utilities output forecasts
assessment of potential performance 2010-14, key
influencing factors, and output forecasts to 2014.
FOCUS ON UTILITIES CONNECTIONS MARKET
market value, influence of connections type eg new build
or existing property connections, identification of key
types of connections providers, difficulties in accurately
assessing market size, etc.
Key Market Influences
influence of the construction sector, new build & RMI
works, housebuilding & non-domestic construction output,
key factors influencing connections to existing
CONNECTIONS MARKET BY SECTOR
Gas Connections Sector
analysis by volume and value, connections by type domestic
& non-domestic, mix by sector, average prices of gas
connections by type.
Electricity Connections Sector
volume and value of electricity connections, analysis by
type of connection low voltage, high voltage, distributed
generation, etc average value of low voltage electricity
Competition in the Connections Sector increased use of contestable works options opening up
connections sector, growth of multi utility packages &
providers, competition in gas & electricity sectors.
Major Connections Companies
identification of key utilities connections providers.
REVIEW OF FUTURE PROSPECTS
Trends over the medium-term,
and forecasts to 2014; key influencing factors within the
market, potential influence of regulative and legislative
Recognition of need to secure UKs future energy supplies
change to renewable generation as well as greater
influence of nuclear power likely to boost electricity