BSRIA reports on M&E contracting market

BSRIA, M&E, contracting

BSRIA’s latest report on the M&E contracting market is a valuable source of data for end users who need to set targets or the supply chain whose work aligns with M&E requirement. It identifies likely workload in various sectors, based on an extensive review of several thousand dossiers to determine the percentage share taken by building services in a range of difference premises. This has made possible a total overhaul of M&E forecasts, which are now broken down into far more segments. Other business opportunities are explored, such as energy retrofit and the vast untapped potential in existing buildings.

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