“Frost & Sullivan’s ‘Future of Construction, Global, 2030’ focuses on identifying the top trends that will shape the future of the construction industry”- Frost & Sullivan Future of Construction, Global 2030


Frost & Sullivan

  • Future of Construction, Global 2030 (Oct 2019)
  • Global Construction Additives Market, Forecast to 2025 (Jul 2019)
  • Global Overview of Blockchain Technology in Construction and Mining Equipment, Forecast to 2023(May 2019)
  • South Africa Construction Industry, 2017-2022 (Feb 2019)

AMA Research

  • Education Construction Market – UK 2019-2023 (Nov 2019)
  • Care Homes Construction Market – UK 2019-2023 (Sept 2019)
  • Healthcare Construction Market – UK 2019-2023 (May 2019)

BCC Research

  • Construction Market Global Briefing 2019 (May 2019)
  • Construction Wood Manufacturing: Global Markets to 2022 (Aug 2018)
  • Residential Building Construction Industry: Global Markets to 2022 (Mar 2018)


  • Construction in UK 2019 (Dec 2019)
  • Construction in China 2019 (Oct 2019)
  • Construction in Brazil 2019 (Apr 2019)

Marketline (Country Reports)

  • Global Construction 2019 (Dec 2019)
  • Global Non-residential Construction 2019 (Dec 2019)
  • Asia-Pacific Construction 2019 (Dec 2019)
  • Europe Construction 2019 (Dec 2019)

IBISWorld (US Market)

  • Construction in the US 2019 (Dec 2019)
  • Commercial Building Construction in the US 2019 (Dec 2019)

Plimsoll (UK Market)

  • Construction Industry 2019
  • Construction Consultants 2019
  • Construction Management 2019


The Market Research Centre has a range of reports available on the construction market. Enterprise Ireland clients can view the below reports and many more in the MRC.


Clients can view the list of databases the Market Research Centre has access to here.

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