Last edited 30 Nov 2020

Dry construction market 2016-2024


[edit] Introduction

Dry construction is a specialist method of interior construction that uses industrially prefabricated construction systems. This system consists of two basic construction elements; lining board and load-bearing construction, that together form a functional, static, unit. It does not require any additional drying time.

Plywood and gypsum board are used in dry constructions instead of concrete and bricks. This offers moisture resistance, reduction in construction time, fire safety, thermal and sound insulation, and ease of the installation.

[edit] Growth factors

The market for dry construction will show escalating growth in the near future. Rapid industrialisation, urbanisation, and the increasing adoption of lightweight and sustainable construction practices are the major factors driving this growth. However, the waste generated by dry construction and its high cost are restraining factors.

The global dry construction market is classified by application, material, type, and system.

[edit] Regional analysis

Asia Pacific is the leading region for dry construction due to rapid industrialisation, urbanisation, increasing population, income and rising spending power.

Dry construction is expanding in developing countries such as Indonesia, China, and India. China has the largest market share owing to new constructional projects and high population growth. North America and European regions are following the same trend.

[edit] Competitive players

The major market players in the global dry construction market include Panel Rey, Etex Group, Saint Gobain, Pabco Gypsum, Armstrong World Industries, Knauf, CSR Ltd., Xella Group, Fletcher Building, and USG Boral.

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With the advancement in all sectors, the construction filed also has its own advancement. Dry construction is more popular among people and now a days, they are opting for eco-friendly house, which will increase demand for dry construction in future.

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