The bigger they are: Current year revenue set to collapse after project completions

The Multi-Unit Apartment and Townhouse Construction market research report provides key industry analysis and industry statistics, measures market size, analyzes current and future industry trends and shows market share for the industry’s largest companies. IBISWorld publishes the largest collection of industry reports so you can see an industry’s supply chain, economic drivers and key buyers and markets.


Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

For many Australians, the dream of home ownership is shifting from the idea of a detached home in the suburbs to inner-city multi-unit apartments and townhouses. Such apartments and townhouses suit smaller households, offer an urban lifestyle and help owners avoid the high costs of residential land. The Multi-Unit Apartment and Townhouse Construction industry constructs a range of residential buildings, including suburban flats, military barracks and designer retirement communities. The industry is largely made up of small- to medium-scale contracting firms. There are also several large-scale contractors such as LendLease, which are capable of working on high-profile apartment developments like the new Barangaroo development in Sydney...

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Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter

Despite the existence of several large-scale firms, the industry has a low concentration of ownership with the four largest firms expected to account for about 18.6% of industry revenue in 2016-17. The market share held by these firms is expected to increase over time as the focus of industry activity shifts to large-scale developments, often including equity involvement, which can only be accessed by the large players.

Contrary to the traditional housing construction industry, a relatively high proportion of industry activity is undertaken by medium- to large-scale operators such as Brookfield Multiplex (BHCA), Meriton Apartments, Hickory Group and LendLease Group. These enterprises principally operate in the non-residential building and engineering construction sectors. Oth..

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Industry Products

What is the Multi-Unit Apartment and Townhouse Construction Industry?

Industry firms primarily construct multi-unit apartments and townhouses, such as flats, apartments and condominiums. The industry excludes construction of commercial or public buildings such as factories, office buildings, hostels, hotels and hospitals. The industry also performs alterations, additions, general renovations and repairs to multi-unit apartment buildings, and includes firms that organise or manage multi-unit apartment construction.

Industry Products
Inner-city multistorey apartment complexes
Inner-city villas and townhouses
Suburban and rural apartment blocks or units
Tourist or retirement units
Refurbishment or conversion of existing buildings
Repair and maintenance of existing buildings
Industry Activities
Multi-unit apartment building construction
Duplex house construction
Flat construction
High-rise flat construction
Home unit construction
Project management of multi-unit apartment and townhouse construction
Repair or renovation of residential buildings
Semi-detached housing construction

Table of Contents

About this Industry

Industry Definition
Main Activities
Similar Industries
Additional Resources

Industry at a Glance

Industry Performance

Executive Summary
Key External Drivers
Current Performance
Industry Outlook
Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain
Products & Services
Demand Determinants
Major Markets
International Trade
Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration
Key Success Factors
Cost Structure Benchmarks
Basis of Competition
Barriers to Entry
industry Globalisation

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity
Technology & Systems
Revenue Volatility
Regulation & Policy
Industry Assistance

Key Statistics

Industry Data
Annual Change
Key Ratios

Jargon & Glossary

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