Facilities management market to receive substantial gains from outsourced services segment by 2025

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Stakeholders envisage facilities management market share to proliferate at a robust pace in the wake of unprecedented surge in smart city projects. Smart cities—integrated, powered and enabled by digital technologies—have propelled commercial spaces, transportation sector, namely. In recent years, awareness of facilities management has heightened owing to expanding tourism and hospitality industries.

Palpable surge in investments in construction and real estate is expected to underscore robust-looking facilities management market size. For instance, the Canadian government issued an additional funding of US$ 81.2 bn in 2017 across five main funding streams, including green infrastructure; public transit; social infrastructure; trade & transportation projects and meeting the ‘unique’ needs of rural and northern communities. Apparently, the unique needs include facilities to underpin food security, improved broadband connectivity and local access roads.

The Investing in Canada plan propounded in Budget 2016 and expanded on in Budget 2017, aims to build advanced economic cities. With burgeoning construction projects, demand for various services, including maintenance, construction, electric, operation and mechanical work has soared in recent times.

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Facilities management market size is projected to surpass US$ 2 trillion by 2025, according to the latest research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.

Despite companies in the late 2000s focused on insourcing, of late there has been notable surge in outsourcing consumption. Companies tend to streamline their operations by embracing outsourcing that reduces business risks, expands profitability, grows competitiveness, enhances productivity and lets companies focus on their major business and competitive advantage.

As such, the outsourced services segment is slated to expand profoundly during the forecast period. That said, seemingly tepid adoption of outsourced FM services may dent the growth of the industry. Meanwhile, given that outsourcing apparently enhances operational efficiency, the outsourced services will underscore facilities management market size.

Popularity of smart homes and offices, including HVAC systems, fire safety systems, elevators, mechanical equipment has augured well for hard services segment that is set to hold significant share during the forecast period. As such, potential dominance of hard service segment is slated to bolster facilities management market share by 2025.

North America facilities management market is anticipated to expand robustly against the backdrop of proliferating tourism industry. With huge revenue at stake, governments globally are vying to woo would-be travelers to their countries led by aggressive marketing and favorable policies.

According to International Trade Administration (ITA), the U.S. travel and tourism industry garnered an economic output of over US$ 1.6 trillion in 2017. The dramatic upsurge witnessed in the number of tourists has been instrumental in rendering facilities management services across shopping malls, airports, amusement parks, and large food centers.

Leading companies are grappling to secure a government deal for FM services to augment their profitability and expand facilities management market size. In Q1 2019, Madrid City Government inked a four-year contract worth 18.62 mn with the facility management company ACCIONA. Reportedly, the Madrid City picked ACCIONA to enhance energy efficiency in 400 municipal buildings, including sports centers, schools, social and cultural centers, among others.

Author Name : Sunil Jha

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