Transport Infrastructure Construction and Refurbishment Market Report – UK 2019-2023

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Transport Infrastructure Construction and Refurbishment Market Report – UK 2019-2023

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This report reviews the major sectors in the transport infrastructure; roads, rail, airports and ports identifying investment trends and construction activity.

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The 7th Edition of the ‘Transport Infrastructure Construction and RMI Market Report – UK 2019-2023′ will be of interest to individuals and construction professionals, and provides a comprehensive review of transport infrastructure construction and RMI.

This updated and restructured report provides an up-to-date review of the transport infrastructure construction market with forecasts to 2023 and identification of major developments beyond this date. As well as an overarching review of the market, there are also specific appraisals of the roads, railways, airports and sea ports sectors.

Key issues covered:

  • A review of the major sectors within the transport infrastructure; roads, rail, airports and ports identifying investment trends and construction activity levels.
  • In-depth analysis of Government funding/investment in the transport sector, including DfT, Highways England, Network Rail, TfL budgets and Local Authority transport projects.
  • Insight – contractor capability and experience in the roads, rail, airports and ports sectors.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Government transport initiatives, investment programmes and key projects in the development pipeline to 2023 and beyond – budgets, timescales, analyses.
  • Detailed analysis of the first and second 5-year Roads Investment Strategy (RIS).
  • Review of the Government’s Transport Strategy for the North, which sets out options for future transport investment in the north of England.
  • Identification of investment and construction opportunities in the aviation industry with a focus on Heathrow’s third runway and expansion of Gatwick airport.
  • Review of progress of Network Rail’s Control Period 6 (2019-2024); HS2 Phase 1 & 2; assessment of proposed schemes for the longer term e.g. Crossrail 2, TfL Capital Investment and HS3.

Some of the companies included:

Alun Griffiths, Able UK, Amey, Balfour Beatty, BAM Nuttall, Buckingham Group, Costain, Galliford Try, Kier, Laing O’Rourke, MACE, Morgan Sindall, GRAHAM, VINCI, VolkerFitzpatrick, Skanska, Farrans Construction, J Murphy, Tarmac , Kier, Dyer & Butler, Sir Robert McAlpine, Marco and Raymond Brown, John Graham, Siemens and more.

UK Transport Infrastructure Construction Overview

  • Overview of total infrastructure construction output 2014-2019 and forecasts 2020-2023 – new work, RMI and total.
  • Identification of key drivers, mostly government programmes e.g. Roads Investment Strategy, Transport
  • Strategy for the North; Network Rail’s Control Periods etc.
  • Overview of funding – government, private, PFI.
  • Market mix – roads, rail, airports and ports.
  • Analysis of project activity in the transport sector and outlook for transport infrastructure work.

Roads

  • Road construction output 2014-2019 and forecasts 2020-2023.
  • Roads Investment Strategy (RIS), national and local roads; regional assessment.
  • Insight into key national initiatives and projects – budgets, programmes and schemes up to 2023.
  • Development of Smart Motorways Programme.
  • Contracting in the roads sector – procurement, leading operators, capability and contract awards.

Railways

  • Railways construction output 2014-2019 and forecasts 2020-2023.
  • Key national initiatives in the railways sector – budgets, programmes and schemes up to 2023 and beyond.
  • Analysis of investment & projects under Network Rail’s Periodic Rail Reviews 2014-2019 (CP5) and 2019-2024 (CP6).
  • Major rail enhancements – current and planned schemes including; HS2 and HS3, Crossrail2, Transport for London underground and over-ground projects.
  • Contracting in the railways sector – procurement, leading operators, capability and contract awards.

Airports and Sea Ports

  • Airports construction output 2014-2019 and forecasts 2020-2023.
  • Key capital investment programmes taking place at Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and other major airports.
  • Contracting in the airports sector – leading operators, capability and contract awards.
  • Sea ports construction output 2014-2019 and forecasts 2020-2023.
  • Key UK sea port development activity and expansion plans.

Tables and Charts

There are 45 tables and charts included in this detailed report.

This is the 7th edition of our transport construction report which specifically reviews the UK transport infrastructure construction market against a backdrop of constrained public sector funding, ongoing Brexit uncertainty, continuing political turmoil and the pending outcome of the December 2019 UK General Election. The Report specifically focuses on construction and development within the transport infrastructure sectors of roads and highways, rail, airports and ports.

As part of its investment in transport infrastructure, the Government has announced a total forward pipeline of around 256 transport projects, predominantly focussed upon rail developments. Other significant funding initiatives across the transport construction sector include the National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF), Highways England Road Investment Strategies (RIS & RIS2), Network Rail Control Periods (CP5 & CP6), the National Roads Fund (NRF), Highways England Maintenance Budget and the Regional Delivery Partnership Framework.

Smart motorway schemes, motorway junction improvements and carriageway dualling schemes are the main drivers for road construction output in 2019/20, while the rail subsector will largely be driven by maintenance and renewals work. Airports will see growth as a result of investment programmes at the major airports such as London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Manchester while construction activities within harbours will be largely impacted by a shift in demand for services across UK ports.

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION 7
1.1 BACKGROUND 7
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
2. SUMMARY 9
3.UK TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION MARKET 10
3.1 OVERVIEW OF INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 10
3.1.1 Infrastructure Output by Sub-Sector 11
3.2 TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION 12
3.2.1 Recent developments 12
3.2.2 Transport – Government Construction Pipelines 13
3.2.3 Further Government Investment in the Transport Sector 14
3.2.4 Transport Sector – Procurement 18
3.3 UK TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE 19
3.3.1 Transport Construction Contracts 19
3.3.2 Transport Planning Pipeline 21
3.4 REGIONAL TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION MARKET 23
3.4.1 Regional Transport Contracts Awarded in 2018-19 23
3.4.2 Regional Transport Development Pipeline 24
4. ROADS 26
4.1 ROADS OVERVIEW 26
4.2 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 26
4.3 KEY DRIVERS 26
4.3.1 Investment in Roads Schemes 26
4.3.2 Major Road Network/Large Local Majors 28
4.3.3 Smart Motorways 29
4.3.4 Investment in Local Roads 31
4.4 CONTRACTING IN THE ROADS SECTOR 31
4.4.1 Procurement 31
4.4.2 Top Contractors in the Roads Sector 33
5. RAIL 34
5.1 RAIL OVERVIEW 34
5.2 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 34
5.3 KEY DRIVERS – NETWORK RAIL CP6 35
5.3.1 Operations & Maintenance 35
5.3.2 Renewals 36
5.3.3 Enhancements 37
5.4 MAJOR RAIL ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS 38
5.4.1 HS2 38
5.4.2 HS3 (Northern Powerhouse Rail) 42
5.4.3 Transport for London – Key Rail Projects 43
5.4.4 Elizabeth Line (Crossrail 1) 44
5.4.5 Crossrail 2 47
5.4.6 East West Rail Programme 47
5.4.7 Great Western Electrification (Great Western Route Modernisation) 48
5.4.8 Midland Mainline Electrification 48
5.4.9 Northern Line Battersea/Vauxhall Extension 48
5.4.10 Future Schemes 49
5.5 CONTRACTING IN THE RAILWAYS SECTOR 49
5.5.1 Procurement 49
5.5.2 Top Contractors in the Rail Sector 51
6. PORTS & AIRPORTS 53
6.1 OVERVIEW 53
6.2 AIRPORTS CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT 53
6.2.1 Heathrow Airport 54
6.2.2 Gatwick Airport 57
6.2.3 Manchester Airport 58
6.2.4 Other Airports 59
6.3 KEY PORT EXPANSION & DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY 60
6.3.1 Introduction 60
6.3.2 Recent Construction Activity and Forecasts 60
6.4 CONTRACTING IN THE AIRPORTS & SEA PORTS SECTORS 63
APPENDICES 65
APPENDIX 1. CONTRACTORS IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR 65
APPENDIX 2. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 68
Inflation & Interest Rates 69
Employment & Wages 70
Household Consumption 70
Sterling 71

 

Tables & Charts

CHART 1: TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 2014 – 2023 9
CHART 2: INFRASTRUCTURE NEW WORK AND RMI CONTRACTORS OUTPUT BY VALUE (£BN AT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED CURRENT PRICES) 2014 – 2023 10
CHART 3: INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT BY KEY SUB-SECTOR BY VALUE (% SHARE) 2018 11
CHART 4: TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT BY SUB-SECTOR: 2014-2023 BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 12
CHART 5: NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE & CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE – TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT BY SUB-SECTOR BY VALUE (% SHARE) 2018 14
CHART 6: DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT RESOURCE & CAPITAL BUDGET £BN: 2015 – 2021 15
TABLE 7: TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TFL) CAPITAL SPENDING PLAN BY SECTOR (£M) 2018-19 TO 2022-23 17
CHART 8: TRANSPORT CONTRACT AWARDS 2016-2019 BY VALUE (£M) AND NUMBER OF CONTRACTS 19
CHART 9: UK TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARDS BY SUB-SECTOR: YEAR TO AUGUST 2019 (% SHARE) 20
CHART 10: TRANSPORT CONTRACTS DUE TO COMPLETE 2020-2029 BY VALUE (£BN) AND NUMBER OF CONTRACTS 22
CHART 11: UK TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS IN THE PIPELINE BY VALUE (AS AT AUGUST 2019) (% SHARE) BY SUBSECTOR 22
CHART 12: UK TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARDS BY REGION (% SHARE) YEAR TO AUGUST 2019 23
CHART 13: UK TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS IN THE PIPELINE 2019-2029 BY REGION (% SHARE) 24
TABLE 14: REGIONAL TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION MARKET – PROJECT PIPELINE ANALYSIS 2020-2029 25
CHART 15: ROADS CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 2014 TO 2023 26
TABLE 16: ROADS INVESTMENT STRATEGY (RIS1): MAJOR PROJECT STARTS IN 2019-20 27
TABLE 17: ROADS INVESTMENT STRATEGY (RIS1): MAJOR SCHEMES IN DEVELOPMENT BY VALUE (REGION AND COMPLETION DATE) 27
TABLE 18: ROADS INVESTMENT STRATEGY – STATUS OF SMART MOTORWAY SCHEMES IN DEVELOPMENT (UPDATED AUTUMN 2019) 30
TABLE 19: POTHOLE ACTION FUND ALLOCATIONS 2016-21 (£M) 31
TABLE 20: ROADS INVESTMENT STRATEGY: REGIONAL DELIVERY PARTNERSHIP FRAMEWORK (2018-2024) AWARDS – BY CONTRACTOR AND CONTRACT VALUES (£M) 32
TABLE 21: TOP 10 CONTRACTORS IN THE ROADS SECTOR (BY NUMBER & VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED) YEAR TO AUGUST 2019 33
CHART 22: RAIL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 2014 TO 2023 34
CHART 23: OFFICE OF RAID AND ROAD: EFFICIENCY OVER CP6 BY ROUTE (%) 36
TABLE 24: NETWORK RAIL – CP6 KEY RENEWALS EXPENDITURE PROFILE BY PROGRAMME AREA (£M) 36
CHART 25: NETWORK RAIL – CP6 KEY RENEWALS EXPENDITURE BY REGION (%) 36
TABLE 26: NETWORK RAIL – CP6 ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS BY PROJECT STAGE 37
TABLE 27: HS2 FUTURE CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES (UPDATED AUTUMN 2019) 40
TABLE 28: TFL – CAPITAL INVESTMENT BY MAJOR PROJECT AREA AND SCHEME: 2019-20 TO 2023-24 (£M) 44
TABLE 29: ELIZABETH LINE – MAIN CONTRACT AWARDS 46
TABLE 30: NETWORK RAIL – CP6 MINOR SIGNALLING FRAMEWORK AWARDS 50
TABLE 31: NETWORK RAIL – CP6 SIGNALLING & TELECOMS FRAMEWORK AWARDS 50
TABLE 32: TOP 10 CONTRACTORS IN THE RAIL SECTOR (BY NUMBER & VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED) YEAR TO AUGUST 2019 51
TABLE 33: NETWORK RAIL TOP 20 CONTRACTORS BY SPEND – 2018-19 (£M) 52
CHART 34: AIRPORTS CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS BY VALUE (£M AT CURRENT PRICES) 2014 TO 2023 53
TABLE 35: HEATHROW AIRPORT EXPANSION MASTERPLAN: TIMELINE 2015 – 2050 55
TABLE 36: GATWICK AIRPORT – CAPITAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMME 2019-24: KEY SCHEMES BY VALUE (£M) 58
CHART 37: UK PORTS AND HARBOURS CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GROWTH AND FORECASTS BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 2014 TO 2023 60
TABLE 38: TOP CONTRACTORS BY VALUE OF AIRPORT/PORT SECTOR CONTRACTS IN 2017-19 63
TABLE 39: LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE HARBOURS & SEA PORTS SECTOR BY CONTRACTS AWARDED IN 2017-19 64
TABLE 40: TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR ANALYSIS – TOP CONTRACTORS IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR: KEY PROJECTS AND PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE 65
CHART 41: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES, 2015-2019, KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 69
CHART 42: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE, 2008-2023 69
CHART 43: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA – GB – TOTAL PAY – 2014-2019 (SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 70
CHART 44: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008-2023 70
CHART 45: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2015-2019, STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 71

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