Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Infrastructure Maintenance Services industry aims to prolong the life of infrastructure assets. As most infrastructure is built to be long lasting, the industry has low volatility and tends to grow steadily. Industry growth is derived from the number of infrastructure projects in Australia, which are generally constructed in line with the country’s economic development.
Over the past five years, industry firms have taken advantage of the unprecedented investment into infrastructure construction, particularly in the mining and energy sectors. The Mining division has been building new infrastructure in response to high demand for resources from developing countries, while the energy sector has invested in renewable energy infrastructure partly funded by government incentives... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
The Infrastructure Maintenance Services industry exhibits a low level of market share concentration. The industry is characterised by a large number of highly fragmented players. This is due to the diverse range of infrastructure projects that require relatively specialised maintenance services. Industry players are typically specialised by the type of infrastructure maintenance services they provide. A firm that provides infrastructure maintenance for telecommunication and utilities networks cannot easily provide maintenance for railways and mines.
The top four players within the industry account for less than 30% of annual industry revenue (about 27.3% in 2015-16)... purchase to read more