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The Institutional Building Construction industry constructs buildings for learning, working, healing, socialising, exercising, praying and justice purposes. The private sector is currently the dominant source of funding for the construction of healthcare buildings, aged-care facilities and religious buildings. Government departments have tightened public spending on building programs over the past five years, with the aim of reining in budget deficits. Most governments have sought greater private equity in public building stock through public-private partnership (PPP) arrangements.Recent accelerated growth in public and private investment in large-scale healthcare and educational buildings has significantly boosted the industry’s more.

Industry Statistics & Market Size
Annual Growth 14-19
Forecast Growth 19-24
Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share in this industry

Industry Threats & Opportunities

  • The recent surge of investment in new building stock has boosted the industry's performance
  • The completion of major hospital construction projects has dampened the industry’s performance
  • Greater private equity in public buildings to support the industry’s performance
  • Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter

    The industry is moderately capital intensive, although this mainly stems from the industry's low level of direct employment relative to its heavy reliance on skilled subcontracted and professional consultants. The industry's principal value added relates to providing project management and trade skills, neither of which have a high capital component. The bulk of the industry's capital equipment requirements are delivered through hiring and leasing arrangements or through subcontractors (known as wet hire).An industry's labour cost to depreciation ratio indicates capital intensity, as it indicates the share of industry revenue absorbed by each type of input for construction. Industry direct wage costs account for an estimated 8.1% o...purchase to read more.

    Additional Insights for the Institutional Building Construction Industry

    IBISWorld has determined the most important Key Success Factors for the Institutional Building Construction are:

  • Ability to negotiate successfully with regulator
  • Must comply with government regulations
  • Good project management skills
  • IBISWorld analysts also discuss how external factors such as Capital expenditure by the public sector and Population in the Institutional Building Construction industry impact industry performance..

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    What is the Institutional Building Construction Industry?

    Industry companies construct institutional non-residential buildings, such as hospitals, schools, museums, law courts, prisons and places of religious worship. These institutions are generally operated on a not-for-profit basis. The industry also includes firms that carry out alterations, additions, renovations or general repairs for institutional buildings.

    Industry Products
  • Educational buildings
  • Healthcare buildings
  • Aged-care buildings
  • Miscellaneous buildings
  • Religious buildings
  • Industry Activities
  • Hospital and medical centre construction
  • Community healthcare centre construction
  • Museum and art gallery construction
  • Educational building construction
  • Nursing home and respite (palliative) care building construction
  • Law court building construction
  • Prison, detention and correction centre construction
  • Defence building construction
  • Religious building construction
  • Other institutional business premise construction
  • Table of Contents

    Industry Definition
    Main Activities
    Similar Industries
    Additional Resources
    Industry Statistics Snapshot
    Industry Structure
    Executive Summary
    Executive Summary
    Key External Drivers
  • Capital expenditure by the public sector
  • Population
  • Private non-residential construction capital expenditure
  • Demand from health services
  • Public funding for primary and secondary education
  • Public funding for tertiary education

  • Current Performance
  • Profit and job trends
  • Competitive conditions
  • Educational building construction
  • Healthcare and aged-care building construction
  • Chart: Revenue Growth

  • Industry Outlook
  • Educational building construction
  • Healthcare building construction
  • Other institutional building construction
  • Table: Institutional Building Construction Industry Revenue Outlook

  • Industry Life Cycle
  • Life cycle reasons
  • Chart: Benchmarking - Institutional Building Construction Industry Lifecycle vs The Economy

  • Supply Chains
    Key Buying Industries
  • Education and Training
  • Nursing Homes
  • Administrative and Support Services
  • Health Services
  • Community Services
  • Police and Firefighting Services

  • Key Selling Industries
  • Construction
  • Hardware Wholesaling
  • Professional Services
  • Timber Wholesaling

  • Products & Services
  • Educational buildings
  • Healthcare buildings
  • Miscellaneous buildings
  • Aged-care buildings
  • Religious buildings
  • Chart: Institutional Building Construction Industry Products and Services Segmentation

  • Demand Determinants
    Major Markets
  • Publicly funded educational buildings
  • Privately funded educational buildings
  • Privately funded aged-care buildings
  • Privately funded healthcare buildings
  • Publicly funded healthcare buildings
  • Privately funded miscellaneous buildings
  • Publicly funded miscellaneous buildings
  • Chart: Major Market Segmentation for the Institutional Building Construction Industry

  • International Trade
    Business Locations
    Chart: Business Locations by State
    Market Share Concentration
    Key Success Factors
    Cost Structure Benchmarks
  • Chart: Cost Structure Benchmarking – Sector vs Institutional Building Construction

  • Basis of Competition
    Barriers to Entry
  • Table: Barrier to Entry Checklist for the Institutional Building Construction Industry

  • Industry Globalization
    There are no major players in this industry. This report includes analysis of other companies.
    Capital Intensity
  • Chart: Level of Capital Intensity for the Institutional Building Construction Industry
  • Chart: Tools of the Trade: Growth Strategies for Success

  • Technology & Systems
    Revenue Volatility
  • Chart: Volatility vs Industry Growth

  • Regulation & Policy
    Industry Assistance
    Table: Industry Data for the Institutional Building Construction Industry
  • Industry Revenue (2010-2024)
  • Industry Gross Product (2010-2024)
  • Establishments (2010-2024)
  • Businesses (2010-2024)
  • Employment (2010-2024)
  • Wages (2010-2024)
  • Wages (2010-2024)
  • Purchases (2010-2024)
  • Profit (2010-2024)
  • Depreciation (2010-2024)
  • Rent (2010-2024)
  • Utilities (2010-2024)
  • Other (2010-2024)

  • Table: Annual Percentage Change for Key Industry Data
    Table: Key Ratios for Industry Key Data
    Building The Education Revolution (Ber)
  • Federal Government stimulatory fiscal spending aimed at containing the effects of the global economic slowdown. This program allocated $16.2 billion to the refurbishment of educational buildings.
  • Dry Hire
  • The hire of plant and equipment without an operator.
  • Nabers
  • The National Australian Built Environment Rating System is a performance-based environmental impact rating system for existing buildings. It covers energy, water, waste and indoor environment.
  • Public-Private Partnership (Ppp)
  • A contractual agreement between a public sector agency and a private company through which each party shares skills, assets and financial resources to deliver a service or facility for public use.
  • Wet Hire
  • The hire of plant and equipment with a qualified operator.
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