Building Products Report
Huge demand for housing and commercial spaces drives sustained growth of building products
The US residential and non-residential housing markets are enjoying a significant level of demand on the back of numerous factors including large demographic waves, a lack of new homes, and increasingly aging commercial building stock. Along with innovations in building materials and production processes, these drivers are collectively pushing significant growth in the building products industry, as covered in our latest Building Products Report.
We delve into the most meaningful trends in both the residential and non-residential markets, which also include a boom in consumer DIY and DIFM renovation projects and evolving usage demand for commercial spaces, alongside input from an array of industry experts.
In addition, we explore recent private equity M&A activity within this key sector, which has been robust this year following a COVID-related downturn in 2020. Along with an overview of recent acquisitions, we also evaluate one-year and five-year stock performance among public companies.
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