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Global Modular Construction Market: By Product (Relocatable, Permanent); By Material (Wood, Steel, Concrete, Others); By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Healthcare, Educational); By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East, and Africa) Global Industry Analysis, COVID-19 Impact, and Industry Forecast, 2018-2032.

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Market Overview/Outlook (2022 to 2032)

The global market for Modular Construction is expected to grow between 2023 and 2032 due to technological advancements, quality control, cost savings, government support, and regulations.

The Global Modular Construction Market was valued at USD 115.00 Billion in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 204.84 Billion by 2032, registering a CAGR of 5.90 % for the forecast period 2023-2032.



Global Modular Construction Market Drivers
  • Technological advancements: BIM is a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a building. This allows architects, engineers, and construction professionals to create detailed 3D models of structures. BIM fosters collaboration, improves project visualization, and improves the entire process of designing and planning modular construction projects. Advances in manufacturing technology, such as automation and robotics, have streamlined the production of modular components. These techniques ensure manufacturing accuracy, reduce errors, and improve the overall efficiency of the manufacturing process. Robotics can be used with high precision for tasks such as cutting, welding, and assembling modules.
  • Quality control: A controlled manufacturing environment allows for more effective identification and elimination of errors during the manufacturing stage. Quality control measures can help identify problems early and minimize the need for rework or corrections during on-site assembly. This contributes not only to improving quality but also to reducing costs. Quality control ensures that modular construction projects comply with local building codes, regulations, and industry standards. This is especially important to obtain regulatory approval and ensure the safety and structural integrity of the modular construction. Modular construction companies often seek third-party certification to verify the quality of their processes and products.
  • Cost Saving: The controlled environment of a modular factory environment allows for more efficient use of labor. Skilled workers can specialize in specific tasks on your production line to minimize downtime and optimize productivity. This specialization and efficiency reduce labor costs compared to on-site construction, where a variety of factors can cause delays and inefficiencies. Modular construction often requires precise material planning and sourcing. The controlled manufacturing process allows excess material to be reused in other modules and projects, minimizing material waste. Reducing waste helps reduce material and disposal costs.
  • Government support, and regulations: Developers and builders who opt for modular construction methods that are certified as sustainable or energy-efficient can receive financial incentives from numerous governments. By doing this, modular construction can become more competitive with traditional methods by lowering its upfront costs. Governments are putting tighter restrictions on the construction sector as worries about resource depletion and climate change grow. Due to its ability to meet these requirements with less waste and energy consumption, modular construction is becoming a more appealing option for developers looking to get their projects approved.
Global Modular Construction Market – Merger and Acquisitions
  • COOEC-Fluor Completes Module Program for KIPIC Al-Zour Project in Kuwait (2021)
COOEC -Fluor Corporation announced that its joint venture COOEC-Fluor Heavy Industries, Co., Ltd. fabrication yard in Zhuhai, China, has safely completed the entire module program for the Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) Al-Zour project in Kuwait. “The COOEC-Fluor yard completed the modular program over 24 months from the start of steel fabrication to load out of the last modules,” said Chris Vertanness, vice president and director of operations at the yard.
  • Etex acquires a majority stake in leading French offsite construction company e-Loft (2021)
International building materials specialist Etex announces it has acquired a majority stake in leading French offsite construction company e-Loft. The company becomes part of Etex’s New Ways division, which develops sustainable, industrialized and modular construction solutions. As such, the acquisition is a key milestone on Etex’s strategic roadmap and an enabler of our ambition to shape the future of construction by “inspiring ways of living”.
  • Modulaire Group continues to strengthen its presence in the UK with the acquisition of Procomm (2021)
Modulaire Group, the leading modular space leasing business in Europe and Asia Pacific, is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of Procomm Site Services Ltd (“Procomm”). Procomm is a leading provider of portable modular accommodation in the UK with a broad range of end markets including general construction, the public sector, and petrochemicals.
  • SG ECHO to Collaborate with ATCO Structures on National Modular Fleet Rollout (2021)
SG Blocks, Inc. (“SG Blocks” or the “Company”), a leading designer, innovator, and fabricator of modular structures, announced today that SG ECHO would be engaging in a collaborative effort with ATCO Structures & Logistics, a one-stop provider of integrated energy, housing, transportation, and infrastructure solutions. ATCO has committed 20 units to be produced by SG ECHO as a part of a national rollout of modular fleet units throughout the U.S. With this, SG ECHO has the opportunity to continue providing ATCO with ongoing support through this initiative, which will require continued production over several years.
  • Algeco further strengthens its Nordic presence with the acquisition of Wexus Group (2020)
Algeco Group, the leading modular space leasing business in Europe and Asia Pacific, today announced that it has agreed to acquire Wexus Group AS (“Wexus”) from Norvestor Equity AS and other shareholders. Wexus is a leading provider of high-quality modular building solutions in the Nordic region. Headquartered in Norway, Wexus also has operations in Sweden and a modern production facility in Estonia. Wexus operates a fleet of c. 1,600 units, has c. 110 employees and revenues of c. USD35m (297 million NOK) in 2019.

Challenges Impacting the Global Modular Construction Market
  • Transportation Cost: Large modular units can be expensive to ship to the construction site, particularly if the project is far from the manufacturing facility. It is important to carefully weigh this cost consideration against the total cost savings realized from modular construction.
  • Regulation Challenges: Building codes and regulations might not always mesh well with modular construction techniques. Modular construction adoption may be slowed down in some areas by the complexity of navigating the regulatory environment and getting approvals for modular projects.
  • Site Accessibility and Assembly: Transportation and installation of modular units may be impacted by site accessibility issues, particularly in urban settings. The overall efficiency of the modular construction process may be impacted by space constraints or challenging site conditions, which may call for more complicated logistics.
  • Integration with Traditional Construction: Coordination issues may arise when combining modular and conventional construction techniques on a single project. Project management and communication must be done well to guarantee a smooth integration between modules and on-site construction operations.
 
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Global Modular Construction Market 2022
Global Revenue (USD Billion) 115.00
CAGR – (2023-2032) 5.90%
Segment covered By Product, By Application, By Material & By Region
Regions Covered North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Latin America; MEA
Country Scope U.S.; Canada; Mexico; UK; Germany; France; Italy; Spain; India; Japan; China; Southeast Asia, Brazil; Argentina; GCC Countries, UAE, and South Africa.
Key Company Profiled Key companies profiled in the Modular Construction Market report include Sekisui House Ltd., LAING O'ROURKE, Red Sea International, Skanska, Bouygues Construction, Premier Modular Limited, KLEUSBERG GmbH & Co KG, DuBox, Wernick Group, CIMC Modular Building Systems Holdings Co. Ltd. (CIMC-MBS), Riko Hise d.o.o, Lendlease Corporation; Modulaire Group, Guerdon LLC, Hickory Group, and others.
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Category-wise Analysis:

By Product:

  • Relocatable: Relocatable Structures are made to be simply disassembled, moved, and reassembled in a new location. Businesses and industries that need temporary or mobile solutions, like construction sites, events, disaster relief efforts, or remote work locations, will find this flexibility appealing. Compared to traditional construction methods, modular construction is generally more economical. This is further enhanced by movable structures, which enable businesses to repurpose the same modules in various locations, hence lowering the expense and requirement for new materials for each project.
  • Permanent: A wider range of building types, such as multi-story buildings, residential homes, commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, and educational institutions, are covered by PMC. Temporary housing, emergency shelters, and portable offices are the main categories of segments that are movable. The growing demand for cost-effectiveness, better quality control, and quicker construction times is driving PMC's adoption in industries like residential and commercial construction.
By Material:

  • Wood: Because wood is lightweight, it can be used in modular construction projects where parts need to be assembled and transported with ease. Its adaptability enables a wide range of architectural designs to satisfy various functional and aesthetic needs. When it comes to construction materials, wood is frequently more affordable. Builders and developers find modular construction, which is based on efficiency and cost savings, more appealing because wood is more affordable.
  • Steel: Steel is renowned for its sturdiness and strength. It is a dependable option for modular construction because it can tolerate a range of environmental circumstances. This is particularly crucial for structures that must be transported and put together more than once. Steel has a high strength-to-weight ratio when compared to some other building materials, like concrete. Because of this, it can be used in modular construction, where the parts must be simple to transport and assemble on location.
  • Concrete: Because of its superior fire resistance, concrete makes modular buildings safer. This is an important consideration, especially in residential and commercial construction where building codes frequently call for the use of materials with a high fire resistance. Concrete segments offer architects and designers a great deal of flexibility because they can be molded into a wide range of shapes and sizes. This satisfies the need for contemporary and adaptable designs by enabling the construction of a variety of visually beautiful modular structures.
 
Regional Analysis:



North America:
  • United States: When compared to traditional construction methods, modular construction offers faster project completion times. Because modules are built in a controlled environment off-site, on-site work can proceed concurrently, cutting down on overall project timelines. This speed is especially desirable in the hectic construction sector, where time is frequently of the essence. Although the upfront expenses of modular construction may be similar to those of traditional techniques, the process's efficiency and speed frequently lead to cost savings. The overall financial benefits are attributed to decreased labor costs, minimized material waste, and shortened construction timelines.
  • Canada: Modular construction allows for easy adaptability to different building types and uses while maintaining design flexibility. Modular construction offers a flexible solution in Canada's diverse and dynamic market, where different types of buildings may be required. In Canada, there has been an increase in the need for housing, especially in cities. This demand can be met by modular construction, which offers a quicker and more effective method of building residential units. This market segment may expand if the Canadian government has put in place laws or other incentives that promote or assist modular construction.
Asia Pacific:
  • China: As modular construction becomes more popular around the world, so does its awareness and acceptance in China. The benefits of modular construction are being recognized by developers, architects, and construction professionals, which is increasing its market share. Chinese enterprises have partnered with foreign modular construction companies, utilizing global expertise and best practices. China's modular construction projects have become more sophisticated and of higher quality as a result of this partnership.
  • India: India's population is growing and urbanizing quickly, which is driving up demand for infrastructure and housing. Developers find modular construction to be an appealing alternative since it provides a quicker and more effective means of satisfying this demand. When compared to conventional construction techniques, modular construction may be more affordable. Modular construction is viewed as a financially feasible option in India, where cost considerations are a major factor in decision-making.
  • Southeast Asia: In construction practices, there is a growing emphasis on sustainability. Less waste results from the more controlled and effective use of materials in modular construction. Reduced environmental impact can also result from the ability to design and manufacture components off-site. To address the scarcity of housing and the need for infrastructure, governments throughout Southeast Asia are realizing the advantages of modular construction. A few nations have put laws and incentives in place to promote the use of modular building techniques.
Europe:
  • Western Europe: The economies of Western European nations are typically stable and expanding. Investment in several industries, including construction, is encouraged by this stability. Because of its effectiveness and affordability, modular construction is becoming a more appealing choice for investors and developers hoping to profit from the rising demand for infrastructure. Building standards and codes are well-established and strict in Western Europe. To ensure that projects meet the requirements, modular construction methods frequently comply with these regulations more efficiently than traditional construction methods. Because of this compliance, modular construction may be a desirable option for local developers and builders.
  • Eastern Europe: Compared to conventional construction techniques, modular construction is frequently more affordable. Modular construction may be attractive to Eastern European nations, especially those with developing economies, because it can save money on labor, materials, and time. The countries of Eastern Europe may be rapidly becoming more urbanized, which is leading to a rise in the need for housing and infrastructure. Because modular construction enables quicker project completion, it's a good option for promptly meeting the growing demand. Modular construction methods may appeal to Eastern European nations that are willing to embrace innovations and technologies.
Latin America:
  • Brazil: Modular construction can gain traction through government programs and policies that encourage creative and effective building techniques. The market could expand if the Brazilian government offers incentives or simplifies regulations for projects involving modular construction. A great deal of flexibility in design is possible with modular construction. In a market where there are a variety of architectural styles and preferences, this may be appealing. Modular construction may be a flexible way for developers and architects to satisfy different design requirements.
  • Mexico: Modular construction may be a desirable solution to swiftly and effectively meet housing demand if there is a significant demand for housing in Mexico, especially in urban areas. Modular construction can greatly increase its market share by taking advantage of government policies and incentives. Modular construction can be encouraged by developers and consumers alike through subsidies, tax breaks, or simplified regulations.
Middle East and Africa:
  • Middle East: Projects related to the oil and gas sector are concentrated in the Middle East, and these projects frequently call for temporary or permanent housing for sizable workforces. To reduce construction time and costs, modular construction offers a rapid and effective way to build offices, camps, and other facilities in remote areas. Conventional construction techniques may encounter difficulties due to the extreme weather patterns found in some regions of the Middle East, including high temperatures and sandstorms. Weather delays in construction can be lessened by using modular construction, which enables regulated manufacturing in a factory setting.
  • Africa: The population and urbanization of many African nations are growing quickly, which is driving up demand for infrastructure development. When compared to traditional construction methods, modular construction provides a quicker and more affordable solution, which makes it a desirable option for satisfying the expanding needs for infrastructure. There is a dearth of reasonably priced housing in many African countries. To help with the housing shortage, modular construction makes it possible to construct residential buildings quickly and effectively. The entire building process is accelerated by the ability to produce modular units in a controlled environment and transport them to construction sites.
Oceania:
  • Australia and New Zealand: Rapid population growth and urbanization have occurred in both Australia and New Zealand, which has raised demand for building projects. When compared to conventional methods, modular construction provides a quicker and more effective solution, which helps meet the growing demand for infrastructure, residential, and commercial buildings. Compared to conventional construction techniques, modular construction is frequently more affordable. The regulated atmosphere of a manufacturing facility facilitates the effective utilization of resources, minimizes wastage, and streamlines procedures. This cost-effectiveness is especially alluring in markets where managing project budgets and resource optimization are priorities.
 
List of Prominent Players:
  • Sekisui House Ltd.
  • Laing O'Rourke
  • Red Sea International
  • Skanska
  • Bouygues Construction
  • Premier Modular Limited
  • KLEUSBERG GmbH & Co KG
  • DuBox
  • Wernick Group
  • CIMC Modular Building Systems Holdings Co., Ltd. (CIMC-MBS)
  • Riko Hiše d.o.o
  • Lendlease Corporation
  • Modulaire Group
  • Guerdon, LLC
  • Hickory Group
  • Others
Segmentation of Global Modular Construction Market:

By Product:
  • Relocatable
  • Permanent
By Material:
  • Wood
  • Steel
  • Concrete 
  • Others
By Application:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Healthcare
  • Educational
By Region:
  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Rest of Europe)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Rest of APAC)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America)
  • Middle East & Africa (GCC Countries, UAE, Rest of MEA)
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