The North America facilities management market is extremely fragmented and the top 10 players accounted for less than 10% of the market in 2015. Some of the prominent facilities management providers actively involved in the market are Bilfinger HSG Facility Management GmbH, Cofely, Compass Group PLC, Cresa, LLC, Ecolab USA Inc., GDI Integrated Facility Services, G4S plc, ISS World Services A/S, Mitie Group PLC and Sodexo, Inc.
Transparency Market Research notes that the degree of competition in the facilities management market is high, with a strong presence of regional as well as global service providers. These providers have been facing severe price competition, all the while ensuring high quality of service offerings.
The North America facilities management market was valued to be US$198.26 bn in 2015 and is anticipated to reach US$610.21 bn by the end of forecast period, expanding at a CAGR of 13.5% therein.
U.S. Holds Leading Share in North America Facilities Management Market
Based on type of service, the demand for soft services is highest in the North America facilities management market and the hard service segment is projected to exhibit a comparatively lower growth rate over the forecast period. On the basis of industry, the corporate sector is estimated to hold a leading share of 21.1% in 2016 in the North America facilities management market. The retail and commercial sector is expected to grow at a high CAGR of 14.1% from 2016 to 2024. The U.S. held the leading share in the North America market, accounting for 57.4% in 2016. Canada holds close to one-third of the market and is anticipated to witness increased growth during the forecast period, registering a 14.1% CAGR.
TMR Predicts Rise in Third-party Contracts for Facilities Management Outsourcing
Outsourcing support services helps organizations focus on their business strategies and core functions, thereby gaining an advantage over competitors. It also helps organizations reexamine and improve their business plans and save time as well as money. The trend of outsourcing support services has gained much popularity across industries in recent years and this is one of the key factors expected to boost the adoption of facilities management in North America.
“The adoption of outsourced services is expected to have a medium impact in the short and medium term of the forecast period and is linked to the penetration of outsourced facilities management services in Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe,” the author of the report notes. “However, this factor is anticipated to have a high impact in the long term due to the increasing adoption of facilities management services and the rise in third-party contracts for facilities management outsourcing.”
On the down side, increasing labor costs, the nonexistence of standards to measure performance as well as quality of services, and the high cost of in-house service implementation threaten to hamper the growth of the North America facilities management market.
This review is based on the findings of a TMR report titled “Facilities Management Market (Service Type - Hard Services (Plumbing, Air Conditioning Maintenance, Fire Protection Systems, and Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance) and Soft Services (Cleaning and Pest Control, Laundry, Catering, Waste Management, and Security); Industry - Corporate, Government and Public, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Residential and Educational, and Retail and Commercial) - North America Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024.”
Facilities Management Market, By Service Type
- Hard Services
- Plumbing and Air Conditioning Maintenance
- Fire Protection Systems
- Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance
- Others (Fabric Maintenance, etc.)
- Soft Services
- Waste Management
- Others (Administrative Services, etc.)
Facilities Management Market, By Industry
- Government and Public Sector
- Health Care
- Residential and Education Institutions
- Retail and Commercial
- Others (Food, Sport, etc.)
Facilities Management Market, By Country
- The U.S.