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NEW YORK, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
US Green Building Materials Market
US demand to post double-digit gains through 2017
Through 2017, a rebound in construction activity, combined with continuing consumer interest in environmentally friendly products, will propel US growth in green building materials demand 11 percent annually to $86.6 billion. US construction activity declined sharply during much of the 2007-2012 period, but demand for green building materials held its own, boosted by consumer interest in products that could reduce utility bills or promote environmentally friendly construction practices. For instance, homeowners installed ENERGY STAR-certified windows and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to lower energy costs and reduce energy consumption. Gains in residential construction will promote demand for such products as carpeting, gypsum board, concrete, and metal building products.
Builders, architects coming to grips with LEED system
For purposes of this study, green building materials are defined as those products that can be used to earn credits toward certification in any of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating systems extant as of February 2013. These materials do not necessarily have to be installed in buildings where LEED accreditation is being sought to be considered green materials. Over the forecast period, builders and architects will increasingly opt to earn high levels of LEED certification by specifying the use of materials that earn LEED points. Solar power products, insulation, concrete made with fly ash, and lumber harvested in a sustainable manner can all contribute to LEED certification, and all are forecast to exhibit demand gains.
ENERGY STAR-compliant HVAC systems, recycled concrete, permeable pavements to see good gains
Solar power products saw explosive growth between 2002 and 2012, driven by increasing installation of rooftopbased solar power modules connected to electricity distribution systems. Going forward, favorable tax incentives and strong interest in the use of renewable energy sources will promote demand for LEED-eligible solar power products.
Recycled concrete, ENERGY STAR-compliant HVAC systems, and permeable pavements are forecast to register above average gains through 2017. Green structural building product demand will be driven by increasing use of recycled concrete, as concrete made with fly ash and other additives features superior performance properties and is less costly than concrete made solely from cement and aggregates. Demand for green building systems will be fueled by strong residential demand for ENERGY STAR-compliant HVAC systems that lower utility bills. Permeable pavement demand will be supported by interest in reducing water runoff and minimizing strains on older sewer and water systems.
Details on these and other findings are contained in Green Building Materials, an upcoming Freedonia industry study available for $5100. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007 and 2012, as well as forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product, market, and region of the US. The study also considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share, and profiles 39 players in the US industry, such as Bridgestone, Mohawk Industries, Shaw Industries, Trane, and USG.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION xiI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4
General 4Macroeconomic Environment 5Demographic Trends 8Building Construction 13Residential Buildings 15Housing Completions 18Housing Stock 21Improvements & Repairs 25Nonresidential Buildings 26New 27Improvements & Repairs 29Nonresidential Building Stock 31Legislative, Regulatory, & Other Governmental Considerations 34Building Certification 36LEED 36IGCC 39Other Certification Programs 41Historical Market Trends 43Foreign Trade 46
III. PRODUCTS 48
General 48Exterior Products 54Energy-Efficient Residential Windows 56Market Demand 56Product Characteristics 58Green Roofing 61Market Demand 61Characteristics of LEED-Eligible Roofing 64Green Roofing Materials 65Green Doors 68Market Demand 68Product Characteristics 71Green Siding 73Market Demand 74Product Characteristics 76Interior Products 78Green Floor Coverings 79Market Demand 80Characteristics of LEED-Eligible Floor Coverings 83Green Floor Coverings Demand 86Green Insulation 87Market Demand 88Characteristics of LEED-Eligible Insulation 89Green Insulation Materials 90Green Gypsum Board 92Market Demand 92Product Characteristics 94Building Systems 97Energy-Efficient Residential HVAC Systems 99Market Demand 99Characteristics of LEED-Eligible ResidentialHVAC Systems 101Green Residential HVAC Systems 103Energy-Efficient Nonresidential Glazing 104Market Demand 104Product Characteristics 106Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings 107Market Demand 107Characteristics of LEED-Eligible Plumbing Fixtures& Fittings 109Green Plumbing Fittings & Fixtures 111Energy-Efficient Residential Lighting Fixtures 112Market Demand 112Product Characteristics 114Solar Power Products 116Market Demand 116Characteristics of LEED-Eligible Solar Power Products 119Solar Power Products Demand 121Structural Products 122Recycled Concrete 123Market Demand 124Product Characteristics 127FSC-Certified Lumber 131Market Demand 131Product Characteristics 134FSC-Certified Wood Panels 135Market Demand 135Product Characteristics 137Permeable Pavement 138Market Demand 139Product Characteristics 141
IV. MARKETS 144
General 144Residential Buildings 146Single-Family Housing 150Multifamily Housing 154Manufactured Housing 157Nonresidential Buildings 160Office & Commercial Buildings 163Institutional Buildings 168Industrial Buildings 172Other Nonresidential Buildings 175
V. REGIONS 179
General 179Regional Demographic & Economic Trends 180Population Patterns 181Economic Outlook 184Regional Construction 187Housing Trends 190Regional Demand for Green Building Materials 193Northeast 196New England 200Middle Atlantic 201Midwest 202East North Central 208West North Central 209South 210South Atlantic 216East South Central 217West South Central 218West 219Mountain 224Pacific 226
VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 228
General 228Industry Composition 229Marketing 233Manufacturing 237Distribution 239Cooperative Agreements 241Mergers & Acquisitions 246Company Profiles 249AEP Span, see BlueScope SteelAggregate Industries Management, see HolcimAlgoma Hardwoods, see Masonite InternationalAljoma Lumber, see Universal Forest ProductsAlsons, see MascoAmerican Buildings, see NucorAmerican Craftsman Window & Door, see AndersenAmerican Standard Brands 250American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning, seeIngersoll-RandAmtico International, see Mannington MillsAndersen Corporation 254Anderson Hardwood Floors, see Berkshire HathawayANN SACKS, see KohlerArmstrong World Industries Incorporated 260ASC Profiles, see BlueScope SteelBerkshire Hathaway Incorporated 265Birchwood Lumber & Veneer, see Masonite InternationalBlueScope Steel Limited 272Boral Limited 279Boral Stone Products, see Boral and Owens CorningBrasstech, see MascoBridgestone Corporation 284Bristan, see MascoBryant Heating and Cooling, see United TechnologiesBuilding Materials Corporation of America 288Burke Industries, see Mannington MillsButler Manufacturing, see BlueScope SteelCaribbean Roof Tile, see BoralCarlisle Companies Incorporated 291Carrier, see United TechnologiesCEMEX SAB de CV 295CertainTeed, see Saint-GobainClear Path Recycling, see Berkshire HathawayCollins Companies Incorporated 297Columbia Forest Products Incorporated 298CraftMaster Manufacturing, see JELD-WENDal-Tile, see Mohawk IndustriesDecorative Panels International, see American StandardBrandsDel-Tin Fiber, see International PaperDelta Faucet, see MascoDurkan, see Mohawk IndustriesEagle Window and Door Manufacturing, see AndersenEFCO, see PellaEnnstone, see HolcimFiberTEK Insulation, see Owens CorningFirestone Building Products, see BridgestoneForbo Holding Limited 302GAF Materials, see Building Materials Corporation of AmericaGeorgia-Pacific, see Koch IndustriesGulf States Manufacturers, see NucorHanson Building Products North America, seeHeidelbergCementHeidelbergCement AG 306Holcim Limited 308HomerWood Hardwood Flooring, see Armstrong WorldIndustriesHunter Panels, see Carlisle CompaniesIngersoll-Rand plc 312International Comfort Products, see United TechnologiesInternational Paper Company 315INVISTA sarl, see Koch IndustriesJELD-WEN Incorporated 318Johns Manville, see Berkshire HathawayKALLISTA, see KohlerKarastan, see Mohawk IndustriesKirby Building Systems, see NucorKoch Industries Incorporated 322Kohler Company 327Kyocera Corporation 332L&W Supply, see USGLafarge SA 334Les Portes Baillargeon, see Masonite InternationalLouisiana-Pacific Corporation 337Mannington Mills Incorporated 341Marshfield DoorSystems, see Masonite InternationalMasco Corporation 348Masonite International Corporation 352Milgard Manufacturing, see MascoMineral Resource Technologies, see CEMEXMohawk Doors, see Masonite InternationalMohawk Industries Incorporated 356Monier Group GmbH 362Morton (T.), see Armstrong World IndustriesNorbord Incorporated 364Nucor Corporation 365Owens Corning 369Patcraft, see Berkshire HathawayPaveloc Industries, see HolcimPayne Heating and Cooling, see United TechnologiesPella Corporation 372Pittsburgh Corning, see PPG IndustriesPPG Industries Incorporated 375Premier Building Systems, see Carlisle CompaniesReady Mixed Concrete, see BoralRedland Clay Tile, see Monier GroupRenewal by Andersen, see AndersenRoseburg Forest Products Company 377Saint-Gobain 379Serious Energy Incorporated 384Sharp Corporation 386Shaw Industries Group, see Berkshire HathawaySilver Line Building Products, see AndersenSteelscape, see BlueScope SteelSterling Plumbing, see KohlerSunPower Corporation 388Temple-Inland, see International PaperTrane, see Ingersoll-RandUnilin, see Mohawk IndustriesUnited Technologies Corporation 390Universal Forest Products Incorporated 394US GreenFiber, see Louisiana-PacificUS Gypsum, see USGUSG Corporation 397Varco Pruden Buildings, see BlueScope SteelVersico, see Carlisle CompaniesVulcraft, see NucorWeatherBond, see Carlisle CompaniesAdditional Companies Mentioned in Study 404
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table 3
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Macroeconomic Indicators 82 Population & Households 133 Building Construction Expenditures 154 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 175 Housing Completions 216 Housing Stock by Type 247 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures 268 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 299 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 3110 Nonresidential Building Stock 3311 Green Building Materials Market, 2002-2012 4512 Green Building Materials Foreign Trade 47
SECTION III -- PRODUCTS
1 Green Building Materials Demand by Segment 532 Green Exterior Building Materials Demand by Type 553 Energy-Efficient Residential Window Demand 584 Green Roofing Demand 645 Green Door Demand 716 Green Siding Demand 767 Green Interior Building Materials Demand by Type 798 Green Floor Coverings Demand 839 Green Insulation Demand 8910 Green Gypsum Board Demand 9411 Green Building Systems Demand by Type 9812 Energy-Efficient Residential HVAC Systems Demand 10113 Energy-Efficient Nonresidential Glazing Demand 10614 Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures & Fittings Demand 10915 Energy-Efficient Residential Lighting Fixtures Demand 11416 Solar Power Products Demand 11917 Green Structural Building Materials Demand by Type 12318 Recycled Concrete Demand 12719 FSC-Certified Lumber Demand 13320 FSC-Certified Structural Wood Panel Demand 13721 Permeable Pavement Demand 141
SECTION IV -- MARKETS
1 Green Building Materials Demand by Market 1452 Residential Green Building Materials Demand by Housing Type & Segment 1503 Single-Family Housing Demand for Green Building Materials 1544 Multifamily Housing Demand for Green Building Materials 1575 Manufactured Housing Demand for Green Building Materials 1596 Nonresidential Green Building Materials Demand by Building Type & Segment 1637 Office & Commercial Demand for Green Building Materials 1688 Institutional Demand for Green Building Materials 1729 Industrial Demand for Green Building Materials 17510 Other Nonresidential Building Demand for Green Building Materials 178
SECTION V -- REGIONS
1 Population by Region 1842 Gross Domestic Product by Region 1873 Construction Expenditures by Region 1894 Regional Housing Indicators 1925 Green Building Materials Demand by Region 1956 Northeast Green Building Materials Demand by Subregion, Market, & Segment 2007 Midwest Green Building Materials Demand by Subregion, Market, & Segment 2088 South Green Building Materials Demand by Subregion, Market, & Segment 2159 West Green Building Materials Demand by Subregion, Market, & Segment 224
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 Selected US Green Building Materials Producers, 2012 2312 Selected Cooperative Agreements 2433 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 247
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2012 242 Green Building Materials Market, 2003-2012 46
SECTION III -- PRODUCTS
1 Green Penetration Rates for Selected Building Materials, 2002-2022 54
SECTION V -- REGIONS
1 Green Building Materials Demand by Region, 2012 195
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