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2010 Building Contractors Database Now Available,
MTW Research have published a brand new, multi-use database & mailing list which focuses on identifying the UK’s leading Building Contractors expected to grow sales through public sector construction activity in 2009.
Produced by building industry research professionals, the database was developed specifically for building product manufacturers and suppliers to increase sales to contractors most likely to benefit from rising activity in public sector construction. The listing is available to purchase immediately and is currently offered at a introductory 20% discount.
This unique database includes full mailing address, contact name, telephone & fax numbers for more than 1,750 major building contractors. The mailing list identifies the contractors who are likely to enjoy rising levels of demand from public sector building projects in the near term through initiatives such as the Building Schools for the Future, PFI, Affordable Homes, Health and other Public Infrastructure expenditure.
New for March 2009, the database provides quality public sector construction sales leads for building product manufacturers & distributors, is uniquely available from MTW Research and represents excellent value for money.
The Database Includes:-
Building Contractor Mailing List Turnover Estimate Breakdown:-
The Government is seeking to shorten the current downturn by raising and bringing forward public sector construction projects, with a substantial level of capital expenditure anticipated in the near term through schemes such as the Building Schools for Future and Private Finance Initiative.
This activity should stimulate rising demand for building materials and represents a lucrative target market for the UK building and construction industry. This database represents an excellent sales and marketing tool for building material suppliers and distributors to increase their sales to this sector effectively and efficiently.
Key Benefits of this Database Include:-
The following chart illustrates the breakdown of total public spending by key public sector in 2009, highlighting the key areas of focus by the Government:-
Total Public Sector Spending by Department in 2009:-
Public Capital Expenditure 2004-2009:-
During 2008/9, capital expenditure on public sector services will exceed £46 billion, reflecting an increase of 30% since 2005/6. This substantial and prolonged level of growth in public spending underlines the level of commitment by the Government to developing long term opportunities for the construction industry and associated building product suppliers.
In March 2009, the Government announced that vital PFI infrastructure projects will go forward as planned despite the current financial market conditions. The action ensures that public investment will not be disrupted by problems in the financial markets. In total, £13bn of public investment in procurement will be safeguarded. This protection will assure the future of a broad range of public infrastructure projects including £3.5bn of waste treatment and environmental projects, £3.1bn of transport projects and £2.4bn of schools projects.
The following chart illustrates the level of capital expenditure by key public sector between 2004-2009:-
Around 110 PFI projects are currently in the pipeline, and PFI projects make up typically 10 per cent of public capital spending. To support the PFI, Government will lend to these PFI projects and has underlined the importance that the projects are under way as swiftly as possible – to support jobs and the economy this year as well as delivering important public services. This database identifies the building contractors who are most likely to benefit from the rising level of investment in public sector expenditure in 2009 and beyond which in turn will generate rising demand for building products and materials.
Prices for this Multi-Use Database are as follows:-